CME

TMA Develops New AI Education - 03/04/2024

Responding to significant interest from members after a 2023 standing-room-only TexMed event, the Texas Medical Association has developed a free webinar for members to learn how to integrate augmented or artificial intelligence technology, including ChatGPT, into patient care.


Find Other CME - 02/29/2024

Check out other CME offerings from around the state.


May Owen, MD, Outreach Program Funds Women Physician Programs, Activities - 02/26/2024

To partner with small and mid-sized county medical societies to provide women physicians with programming and activities at the local level, the Texas Medical Association’s Women Physicians Section has established the May Owen, MD, Outreach Program.


Meet Opioid Training Mandates With CME From TMA - 02/21/2024

Through the Texas Medical Association, physicians can play a part in curbing rates of opioid overdose and substance use disorder – and meet state and federal agencies’ CME mandates.


TexMed 2024 CME Submissions Are Open - 01/11/2024

Have an educational topic in mind to be considered for TexMed 2024, taking place at the Omni Dallas, May 2-4, 2024?


Physicians’ DEA Registration Now Requires Training on Substance Use Disorder - 01/03/2024

Physicians who must register or renew their registration for a Drug Enforcement Administration license will face a new requirement as of June 27: To register, they will have attest to taking a one-time, eight-hour training on how to treat patients with opioid or other substance use disorders.


New CME! Talk to Parents About Vaccine-Preventable Diseases - 09/06/2023

Talking to parents about vaccines can be challenging, especially with the anti-vaccine movement, and the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a decline in childhood vaccinations across the country. That’s why the Texas Medical Association has created a CME course to better prepare you for these conversations.


Business of Medicine Conference Offers More – And More Practical – Educational Programming - 08/31/2023

With an eye toward equipping physicians to navigate the modern medical practice landscape, the Texas Medical Association’s inaugural Business of Medicine conference in October offers more than triple the amount of educational content compared with last year’s counterpart, Fall Conference.


Ask TMA Experts About Grassroots Virtual Advocacy - 07/17/2023

Ready to take the plunge into grassroots advocacy at the legislature but still not confident about what to do and how to do it? The Texas Medical Association’s Feb. 25 Ask the Expert session is your opportunity to ask questions about tactics, tools, messaging, and more, and how it all works in a virtual environment.


Continuing Medical Education Programs - 07/13/2023

The Physician Health and Wellness (PHW) Committee offers several ongoing courses on a wide range of topics to educate physicians, TMA Alliance members, hospital administrators, and others. PHW activities encourage physicians to promote and maintain their health and wellness, which fosters healthy lifestyles in patients.


TexMed 2023 Presents Can’t-Miss CME – With New and Improved Schedule - 04/06/2023

Physicians at this year’s TexMed will have a rich selection of CME to attend, aided by improved scheduling.


Satisfy CME Mandates with TMA Courses - 12/05/2022

Need to complete state and federal training and education requirements for your practice? If so, turn to Texas Medical Association’s CME courses. TMA members can access CME courses at no cost, thanks to Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust.


Help Develop Educational Programming for TexMed - 12/02/2022

You can play a part in developing the educational programming for the Texas Medical Association’s annual policymaking and networking event.


By Popular Demand: Top Wellness CME Courses - 11/07/2022

Your wellness matters. That’s why TMA is committed to providing health and wellness CME courses to enhance your life journey, with many available for ethics credit. As a TMA member, you can access CME courses at no cost, thanks to


TMA Human Trafficking CME Meets Medical License Renewal Requirements - 10/27/2022

Physicians who renew their medical licenses after Sept. 1, 2020, are required to take one hour of CME that addresses human trafficking. TMA has now published its own CME course to educate physicians on how to identify, treat, and respond to people who are at risk or who have been trafficked.


Three Tips for Dealing with Difficult Patients - 08/16/2022

Difficult patients come in many forms, from those who are noncompliant or have complex health issues, to patients who are angry or manipulative. Whatever the case may be, these three tips can make caring for and working with these patients a little less difficult.


Six Forms of Employee Theft: It’s More Prevalent Than You Think - 08/16/2022

To help secure your office, it is important to understand the common types of embezzlement and the best prevention measures.


Protect Your Practice With TMA CME - 06/06/2022

Recent mass shootings, including at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on March 24 and at a medical office building in Tulsa, Okla., on June 1, have spotlighted the tragic need for attack preparedness.


Improve Your Spiritual, Emotional, and Social Well-Being - 05/16/2022

The Texas Medical Association’s Committee on Physician Health and Wellness has developed CME courses that will help you stay positive, let go of angry thoughts, and relieve stress and burnout.


CME at TexMed: Emerging Specialty Trends - 03/22/2022

Next month, among many other CME offerings, you can learn about emerging specialty trends – virtually or in-person – at TexMed 2022, the Texas Medical Association’s largest annual conference, scheduled for April 29-30 in Houston.


Satisfy Federal and State Mandates With TMA CME - 12/06/2021

If you’re looking for ways to fulfill various state and federal training and education requirements for your practice, Texas Medical Association CME courses can help.


TMA Ask the Expert: Delegate to Nonphysician Practitioners - 09/01/2021

Delegating prescriptive authority to nonphysician practitioners (NPPs), such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, can help physicians manage their workloads and budgets. But doing so requires vigilance to comply with state scope-of-practice laws and avoid costly billing mistakes.


CME: Learn More About Teen Health Care and Confidentiality - 07/14/2021

The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is offering a three-part webinar series on concepts surrounding legal consent to caring for minors in Texas and best practices with respect to confidentiality.


Learn the Risks, Rewards, Rules, Regulations of Using Telemedicine in Texas - 04/27/2021

To help you understand the state and federal rules and regulations regarding telemedicine, the Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) has scheduled a virtual webinar for 6 to 8 pm (CT) Wednesday, April 28.


Ask the Expert About Operational and Billing Aspects of COVID-19 Vaccines - 04/20/2021

Mark your calendar for the next edition of the Texas Medical Association’s “Ask the Expert” virtual learning series, Operational and Billing Aspects of COVID-19 Vaccines, set for noon (CT) Tuesday, April 27.