In a recent news release, North American Seminars introduced a Responsible CME program, which will combine 2-day live continuing education courses for physical therapists with online continuing education courses for physical therapy.
The release notes that the Responsible CME program is intended to provide high-quality hands-on medical education training blended with online- and software-based coursework. Responsible CME course offerings include the live physical therapy continuing education course, “Spinal Cord Injury: Rehab Solutions for Successful Functional Outcomes,” supported by the PT Online CEU Course, Spinal Cord injury.
The offerings also include live physical therapy continuing education course “Cervical Spine Evaluation and Treatment—A Neuromechanical Perspective,” which the release states is supported by the online continuing education course “Clinical Examination and Treatment of the Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine.” North American Seminars state that medical facilities can now combine live continuing education courses with software and online training programs in order to facilitate a continuum of Responsible CME to contribute to effective delivery of hands on patient experience and clinical knowledge retention.
[Source: North American Seminars]