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Continuing medical education credits are a vital part of keeping up with the latest research and techniques in the field of rehabilitation medicine. They can take many forms, from seminars to one-time classes to online courses and even entire degree programs, and we offer an easy way to get your continuing education units.

ACRM offers continuing education credits for rehabilitation medicine specialists at all stages of their careers. You have access to recorded educational sessions by top-notch presenters. It’s just another way to engage and enjoy everything that ACRM has to offer — all from the comfort of your own home and at your own pace. You can earn CME/CEU credits through June 30, 2021. Get CMEs/CEUs now and continue reading to learn more about the importance of continuing medical education credits.

Increases Personal Development

Even if you’re satisfied with your current job, that doesn’t mean that continuing education isn’t for you! After all, learning is a lifelong process, particularly in the field of rehabilitation medicine. There’s always new and exciting rehabilitation research to encounter that could make your work more interesting or effective. Think of continuing education as part of your journey of personal development and take advantage of CME/CMUs in areas that interest and inspire you. 

Improves Your Ability To Make A Career Transition

If you’re thinking of moving to a different specialty or switching careers entirely, continuing education will help you qualify for that new path. Many health care professionals take continuing educations classes that provide them with the specific training they need to transition to a new specialty or to discover an area of rehabilitation medicine that may be a better fit for them. If you’re in rehabilitation research, continuing medical education can help inspire your next project or advance your research. 

Leads To Better Networking

One of the biggest benefits of joining ACRM is the chance to meet and connect with people in the field of rehabilitation medicine. CME/CMU classes/seminars are a great way to do that! Not only do you have the opportunity to connect with the person leading the course, but you’ll also meet professionals with similar interests who are also taking the class.

Keeps Your Licenses Up-To-Date

Most health care professionals require a certain number of continuing medical education credits to keep their medical licenses up-to-date. While there are plenty of personal reasons to go to rehabilitation medicine conferences or attend seminars, it’s also important to get the CME/CMUs you need to continue doing your job! Continuing your education keeps you sharp and helps you do your job at the highest level possible. 

ACRM – American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

The mission of our non-profit organization is to improve the lives of disabled people through rehabilitation medicine and research, and that includes keeping the medical professionals who serve them up-to-date with the latest in continuing medical education credits!

We work with hospitals, universities, professional, and advocacy organizations, and rehabilitation professionals around the world. We have 3,000+ members from more than 65 countries and proudly produce the ACRM Journal. Learn about the benefits of joining ACRM as well as member dues and how to apply. You can also learn more about the ACRM Conference and register for either in person or online here.