An additional 44 sessions offering AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ will launch throughout the day Wednesday, October 7, wrapping up the virtual Clinical Congress 2020. Wednesday’s schedule includes five sessions designated as offering Credit to Address Regulatory Mandates and 14 sessions designated as offering Credit to Address ACS Accreditation/Verification Requirements.
Although the meeting will conclude Wednesday, the virtual format will allow you to continue to engage with the content. Attendees will be able to complete the evaluation and claiming process for Clinical Congress 2020 content through January 31, 2021. We encourage you to save the meeting link and your login information to easily access the meeting content. Please find resources below that may help you maximize your CME opportunities and educational experience.
- Visit the ACS CME State Requirements page to review a detailed summary of your state’s CME requirements.
- Visit the ACS Specialty Board CME Requirements page to review a detailed summary of the CME requirements of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) and American Osteopathic Association (AOA) specialty boards.
- Visit the ACS Accreditation/Verification Programs page to review the CME requirements for specified staff at participating institutions.
- Visit the Clinical Congress 2020 Regulatory Mandate page to view the full schedule of Clinical Congress 2020 sessions designated as offering Credit to Address Regulatory Mandates.
- Utilize the State Regulatory Mandate search filters in the Education Program tab of the meeting site to identify sessions designated as offering Credit to Address Regulatory Mandates or Credit to Address ACS Accreditation/Verification Requirements by content area, and to identify sessions in your specialty/practice area.
- Visit the Credit Cart tab of the meeting site to find step-by-step instructions to complete the evaluation and claiming process. ALL ATTENDEES MUST COMPLETE THE EVALUATION AND CLAIMING PROCESS IN ORDER TO EARN CME/HOURS OF COMPLETION.
- Visit the virtual MyCME Booth during the meeting for evaluation and claiming assistance.
- Contact the ACS Division of Education MyCME team for evaluation and claiming assistance following the meeting.
Below is a list of Wednesday’s sessions designated as offering Credit to Address Regulatory Mandates and a list of states that require CME in that content area. Individuals must check with their state board to verify that the content does meet the specific requirements. All times are Central Daylight Time.
Cultural Competency (CC)
States with the requirement: CT, DC, and NJ
PS525 Reducing Implicit Bias: Best Practice Recommendations for Surgical Organizations
10:00 am–10:55 am
States with the requirement: DC, MI, NV, PR, RI, and TX
NL10 John J. Conley Ethics and Philosophy Lecture: Microethics: The Ethics of Everyday Practice
9:00 am–9:55 am
PS521 Ethics Colloquium: Contemporary Challenges to Surgical Informed Consent
10:00 am–11:55 am
Patient Safety (PtS)
States with the requirement: PA
PS544 Measuring What Matters: The Patient Perspective
12:00 noon–12:55 pm
PS582 Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis: Translating Quality Improvement Programs to Bedside Practice
4:00 pm–4:55 pm