Approved CMI Continuing Education Hours

A list of approved activities can be found by logging into the AMI HUB, clicking “my AMI” in the menu bar, and selecting Continuing Education. All approved activities and courses will be displayed in the “Education Opportunities” list.

Recommended online CE Credit opportunities

For AMI members, the live webinars organized by the Online Learning Committee are recommended for CE credits.
https://hub.ami.org/online-education/webinar-announcement

Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Continuing Education is recommended for biomedical CE credits.
http://www.clevelandclinicmeded.com/

Harvard Medical School online courses are recommended for biomedical CE credits.
https://globalacademy.hms.harvard.edu/

Medscape CME activities at least 30 minutes long are recommended for biomedical CE credits.
https://www.medscape.org/multispecialty

Live webinars from Science/AAAS are recommended for biomedical CE credits.
https://www.sciencemag.org/custom-publishing/webinars

UpToDate.com is recommended for biomedical CE credits.
http://www.uptodate.com/home/index.html

Yale Online Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses are recommended for biomedical CE credits.
http://cme.yale.edu/

LinkedIn Learning is recommended for Art CE credits.
https://www.linkedin.com/learning

PluralSight.com is recommended for Art CE credits.
https://www.pluralsight.com/browse/creative-professional

The S-P-A-R-K course is recommended for Art CE credits.
https://www.pictureasportal.com/courses/five-strategies-for-the-visual-communication-of-science

A course aggregator may help you find relevant activities, such as https://www.emedevents.com/ or https://www.classcentral.com/

Any activities not already displayed in the “Education Opportunities” list must be submitted for review using a CE Eligibility Application. After attending any approved continuing education activity you must complete a Course Evaluation within 30 days to avoid forfeiting your hours.

There are many online classes available in biomedical sciences, art or business that have not been submitted for approval. If you see something that teaches you what you need, feel free to submit an Eligibility Application and the committee will review it.

Generally speaking, if you find a qualified presenter with a prepared lecture at least 30 minutes long on a relevant topic, with a period for question and answer, chances are it will be eligible for CE hours.