Within the field of neuroscience continuing education, neurology CME courses can range from focused, intense sessions covering major subject areas from neurology recertification to chronic pain. Other courses can be more wide ranging, from Parkinson’s disease to neuro-ophthalmic disorders. Whether you’re enrolling in a neurology CME sponsored by a pharmaceutical company or through a training hospital — such as Johns Hopkins CME courses – you can target your time toward subjects you’re most interested in. It just takes a little digging to find the right course.
Here are a few examples of neurology CME online courses available:
Practical Reviews in Neurology is geared for neurologists and others interested in diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve and muscle. It has an educational objective to provide an analysis of current literature on conditions relating to central and peripheral nervous systems.
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago offer Electrodiagnosis and Clinical Neurophysiology: A High Intensity Review. This neurology continuing medical education course allows up to 22.5 neurology CME credits and is led by Christina M. Marciniak, MD, course chair.
Oakstone Medical Publishing’s Comprehensive Review of Neurology helps neurologists prepare for certification and re-certification. Harvard Medical School’s Martin A. Samuels, MD, serves as course chairman for this comprehensive continuing medical education course that offers 32.5 neurology CME credits.
Other neurology CME courses
For more CME courses, check out the Harvard CME course offerings – from neurology to toxicology and beyond.
Medical schools and training hospitals are just one source for online CME courses. Pharmaceutical companies, device makers, and medical websites like Medscape also offer neurology CME credit courses online. Internet access is required and high-speed access is recommended before enrolling.