Continuing Medical Education

The University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine's mission is to empower all members of the medical education community to achieve academic, professional, and personal success and develop a commitment to lifelong learning through excellence in learner–centered, patient-focused education, justice-based research, and meaningful partnerships of osteopathic clinical service across the spectrum of undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education.

Please note that UIWSOM is a non-CME accredited granting institution therefore preceptors are to self-report (upload) verified hours to their appropriate accrediting organization (i.e., AMA, AOA, TMB, etc.). These organizations’ websites provide step-by-step instructions and videos on how to self-report. 

The improved American Osteopathic Association (AOA) CME Search offers easy access to information on hundreds of live and on-demand CME options offered by AOA-approved CME sponsors. Finding CME activities that fit your busy schedule has never been easier—results can be filtered by location, specialty, date or topic. Visit the AOA CME homepage for more information.

Physician developed courses are available 24/7 through Texas Health and Human Services. Select courses that meet your needs by visiting the Texas Health and Human Services CME site

Live and on-demand continuing medical education is available through the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association (TOMA). Please visit the TOMA CME homepage for more information.

Access to Texas Medical Association's (TMA) COVID-19 news, updates, practice resources, and CME will be available to all physicians for the duration of the pandemic. For more information or to register, visit the TMA CME website

The American Medical Association (AMA) is dedicated to supporting physician lifelong learning. As an accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME), the AMA strives to provide high quality educational activities that lead to better health outcomes for patients. For more information on their 2,000+ online CME activities, please visit the AMA CME homepage

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) makes it easy to find a continuing education provider. Use their search engine to find organizations accredited in the ACCME System as continuing medical education (CME) providers. Their database houses more than 1,800 organization. Visit the ACCMW CME homepage for more information.

Find activities, CME providers, resources, and news about upcoming changes to policies and license renewals by visiting the Continuing Certification Directory.

Due to a lasting partnership with UT Health San Antonio, faculty are able to participate in CME activities (most are free of charge) on campus/via-webinar to earn credit. In addition, through UT Health San Antonio, faculty are able to obtain a CME transcript.

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