Continuing Medical Education and Maintenance of Certification (CME and MOC) courses serve two purposes: to prepare trainees for board examinations and to support the maintenance of current knowledge by experienced faculty. Due to a recent change, the American Board of Internal Medicine has approved many of our courses to also offer MOC points. Some of the department’s major courses include: the Annual Intensive Review of Internal Medicine (IRIM); Infectious Disease in Primary Care; Triennial Brigham Cardiac Valve Symposium; Advances in Gastroenterology; Annual Office Practice of Primary Care Medicine; the Brigham Medicine Update and MOC Preparation; Updates in Cardiovascular Medicine; AIDS Medicine: An Intensive Case-Based Course; The Program in Palliative Care Education and Practice; The Brigham Renal Board Review; and The Brigham Board Review (Distance Learning) Series to prepare for subspecialty board exams (Gastroenterology, Critical Care, Pulmonary, Infectious Diseases, Allergy/Immunology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Hematology and Oncology). In addition, a major textbook is based on the IRIM curriculum, entitled The Brigham Intensive Review of Internal Medicine with Drs. Ajay Singh and Joseph Loscalzo as editors.
Visit our Continuing Medical Education (CME) page at the Harvard Medical School for more information.
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