The Department of Family Medicine and Community Health's Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs offer training in providing exemplary patient care and teaching health professions learners, in addition to providing education on many community and population health topics.
- Grand Rounds, held the second Tuesday of every month 12 pm in Hanes House, Room 131 (unless otherwise noted), is the department's main CME activity, having been approved for 1.0 credits of Category 1, Nursing CE, and Pharmacy CE.
Virtual Primary Care Grand Rounds is a partnership between Duke Primary Care and the Duke Department of Family Medicine & Community Health. Talks are focused on topics in primary care, and are held the fourth Wednesday of every month, 7:30-8:15 a.m.
Faculty development CME activities are available for FMCH faculty during faculty meetings, held the third Wednesday of very month at 8 am at Erwin Square, 4th floor, Room 401, with 1.0 credits of CME available for physicians and physician assistants.
CME is also offered through the Division of Family Medicine with monthly programs and an annual family medicine CME opportunity at Sea Pines in Hilton Head, SC.
CME is also offered through the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine's monthly Employee Occupational Health and Wellness Seminar.