CME & Physician Training
For Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, our commitment to our patients’ care does not stop when our specialists complete their formal training and begin practicing medicine. We are dedicated to the training we provide the physicians of tomorrow, but also in providing the continuing education to the physicians who are treating our patients today. Continued Medical Education (CME) helps practicing physicians to remain up-to-date on medical knowledge, and is often required to maintain a medical license.
CME courses help specialists learn about the newest techniques, practices and technology, and also the most recent medical theory findings. The information presented during accredited CME courses are developed, approved and presented by Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) faculty and clinical experts, but subject matter experts and physicians from across the country may also present as guest speakers.
Our partnership with IUSM, allows Riley at IU Health to provide numerous CME opportunities each week which include conferences, workshops, seminars, webcasts and other useful forums. The CME credits we offer which need in-person attendance are often provided on the same downtown campus as Riley at IU Health, and thus very easy to fit into busy schedules.
To see what CME courses we are presenting in the following weeks, please continue to our calendar.
Indiana University School of Medicine
Division of Continuing Medical Education
714 N. Senate Ave. - EF 200
Indianapolis, IN 46202