Continuing Medical Education (CME)
CME Mission and Purpose
The mission of the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program is to assist practicing physicians, pharmacists, advanced practice providers and other health care professionals in the translation, diffusion and application of evidence-based knowledge to improve patient safety and enhance clinical outcomes.
The purpose of the Ohio AAP CME program is to provide up-to-date scientific and educational presentations that allow participants to identify educational needs and support their life-long learning goal of improving care for Ohio children and families.
The content areas are inclusive of all areas of pediatric primary and specialty practice including leadership, advocacy and practice management. Content is presented when it is appropriate to physicians and other healthcare professionals and of benefit to physician practice and patient care.
The target audience includes practicing physicians, pharmacists, advanced practice providers, nurses, and other healthcare professionals.
The types of activities: Ohio AAP CME activities will include live presentations and internet based or electronic learning (such as webinars) to maximize the distribution of education and current best practices for the pediatric care professional.
CME Committee Members:
Robert Murray, MD, FAAP – CME Program Director
Kimberly Giuliano, MD, FAAP
William Cotton, MD, FAAP
Elizabeth Dawson – CME Coordinator
Lisa Weston, MPA
Kellee Gauthier, MPH
Application Links and Forms (Dropbox Folder Containing Below Documents):
CME Activity Checklist
Conflict of Interest Instructions
Learning Objectives Guidelines – Action Verbs
Needs Assessment Guidelines
Post Approval Forms:
Commercial Support Letter of Agreement
CME Credit Spreadsheet
Instructions to Claim Credit
Certificate of Attendance
Post Activity Forms:
Post Session Checklist