Non-live CME activities that "endure" over time (i.e., monograph, CD Rom, Internet-based, etc). The learning experience by the physician can take place at any time in any place, rather than only at one time, and one place, like a live CME activity.
Regularly Scheduled Series
Live CME activities that 1) have multiple sessions, 2) occur on an ongoing basis (offered weekly, monthly, or quarterly) and 3) are primarily planned by and presented to Duke University's professional staff. Examples of activities that are planned and presented as a regularly scheduled series are Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards, and M&M Conferences.
A series of eleven web-based
activities produced for health care professionals that will address a critical
need for up-to-date, easily accessible, and clinically useful information
pertaining to the practice of cardiovascular medicine.