The American Academy of
CME (Academy) is a not-for-profit medical education foundation.
Recognizing the importance of continuing professional
development (CPD) for healthcare professionals, and the need to
address clinical practice gaps that impact patient care, the
Academy provides certified continuing education to physicians,
nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists,
dietitians, social workers/case managers, transplant
coordinators, and other healthcare professionals.
The Academy is accredited
by the ACCME (Accreditation with Commendation), ANCC (Accreditation with Distinction), ACPE,
Articles and Presentations From Our Team
Overcoming Barriers to Create Synergy and Improve Outcomes in
Interprofessional Continuing Education.
Hyperglycemia grand rounds: descriptive findings of outcomes
from a continuing education intervention to improve glycemic
control and prevent hypoglycemia in the hospital setting.
Hosp Pract. 2015 Nov
Unmet Needs in Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC): Results of a
Poster Presentation at American College of Gastroenterology
Annual Scientific Meeting, Honolulu, HI, October 2015.
Healthcare Team’ – Interprofessional Learning and Team-Based
Education. Presented at Independent Medical Education
and Grants Breakthrough Summit (CBI East). October 2015.
Evaluating Your CME Program (aka C11 & C12): How Can We Do
Better? Presented at Utah Alliance for CME. May 2015.
You Say "Tomato," I Say "Tomato": When 2 Accreditors Collaborate
on Interprofessional Education. Almanac, June 2015
Let’s Review: The ACCME Standards for Commercial Support:
Standards for Independence in CME Activities. Presented
at the Medical Society of New Jersey 2014 Provider Conference.
October 2014. East Windsor, NJ
Improving Glycemic Control and Preventing Hypoglycemia in the
Poster Presentation at The Alliance for CEHP Industry Summit,
New Brunswick, NJ, May 2014
Multidisciplinary vs. Interprofessional Education: Design,
Development, and Evaluation
Multidisciplinary and Interprofessional Education in CME:
Relaxing the Siloed Framework of Learning.AMWA
Gaps vs Needs. Medical
Society of New Jersey Annual Provider Conference. April 2012
Multi-Disciplinary vs Interprofessional Education: Design,
Development and Evaluation.
Alliance for CME 37th Annual Conference. January 2012
Academy Vice President Elected to Executive Committee of Florida
Academy President Interviewed for Alliance for Continuing
Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP)'s Campaign CE & CME
ACCME Publishes Resource on the Value of Continuing Medical
Academy Awarded Accreditation with Commendation by ACCME
Accreditation with Distinction by
Accepted to Become ACCME Volunteer Accreditation
New Member to Board of
Academy Reaccredited by Commission on Dietetic
Welcomes New President