Texas physicians must complete 48 credits of continuing medical education every 24 months to maintain a Texas medical license. The credits may be earned in formal and informal CME activities of which two credits in formal CME must be designated for ethics and/or professional responsibility content.
TMA offers over 60 courses with ethics credits. Whether you enjoy earning CME in person and in real-time with colleagues, want instant delivery on over 40 publications, or need to earn CME on your own time through 20 on-demand webinars, get your ethics CME here.
All physicians licensed by the TMB to practice in Texas are required to register regularly with the board.
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This form represents only one format which may be useful for physicians to record their CME hours.
Anyone who completes TMA-sponsored CME now has the ability to view and print personal CME transcripts.
The Texas Medical Board (TMB) receives about 6,000 complaints a year. Of these, about 2,800 are opened for investigation, and those investigations result in 350-400 disciplinary actions ranging from public reprimands, administrative penalties, education, restrictions, to licensure suspension or revocation. If you find yourself the subject of a TMB investigation, you need to understand how your responses and actions throughout the process will affect you now and in the future.
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