ISMIE Courses Fulfill New Illinois CME Mandates
October 15, 2019
Did you know Illinois lawmakers passed new CME requirements for licensure renewal? When you renew your medical license in 2020 you will be asked to attest that you’ve taken at least one hour of sexual harassment prevention training. If you hold a controlled substance license, the requirement is three hours of CME coursework on opioid safety.
Access on-demand courses that fulfill these requirements through ISMIE’s risk management program. The following education is currently available to policyholders at no cost.
Sexual Harassment Prevention – One hour required for all Illinois licensed professionals
- Sexual Misconduct in the Medical Setting, Part 1: Among Colleagues
- Sexual Misconduct in the Medical Setting, Part 2: Defining Boundaries in the Clinician-Patient Relationship
Opioids – Three hours required for all controlled substance license holders
- Ethical Considerations for Opioid Prescribing: Patient Needs Versus Public Health
- Establishing a Buprenorphine Practice: What You Need To Know
- Opioids: Practical Advice for Managing Chronic Pain Without Them
- Pain Management and Opioids: Balancing Risks and Benefits
ISMIE policyholders have access to more than 100 on-demand courses to help them stay current on risk management issues and earn CME.
Questions? Contact the ISMIE risk management team by email or phone at 800-782-4767 ext. 3300.;