Tufts MC Department of Medicine Grand Rounds Now Available “on Demand” for NEQCA Docs
December 6, 2018
We’re excited to announce a new educational opportunity for NEQCA physicians. Tufts Medical Center’s Department of Medicine has partnered with the Tufts University School of Medicine’s Office of Continuing Education to offer CME credit, free of charge, for those who watch recorded sessions of the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds.
In the past, NEQCA Physicians could view recordings of Grand Rounds lectures, but only for educational purposes. Now, with “Grand Rounds on Demand,” not only do NEQCA physicians have 24-hour access to the Department of Medicine lectures, available on a convenient webpage, they can also earn CME credits by viewing some of the recordings. New videos will be uploaded every Friday, (excluding holidays and summer) and can be found on the Tufts Medical Center Website.
While all Medicine Grand Rounds will be available for viewing online, only certain lectures are eligible for CME credits. Each month, you will see two new Grand Rounds videos that are eligible for credit. These approved lectures will contain two links in their description. Physicians can choose to watch these videos solely for informational purposes through the first link, or, can apply to earn CME credits by using the second link, labeled “Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.”
A link to view the lecture activity will also be available through eeds, the CE credits tracking site. Activity made available through eeds will then be approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
“This new offering is a great way we can help our NEQCA affiliates meet their CME requirements, learn more about the important work being done at Tufts Medical Center and strengthen their connections with Tufts MC colleagues,” said NEQCA Chief Medical Officer Jatin Dave. “Our physicians are always looking for new and creative ways to earn their CMEs, and this is a perfect solution.”
We hope you take advantage of this great opportunity. If you have any questions, please contact Mark Haas, the Executive Director of the Department of Medicine at Tufts Medical Center.