Continuing Medical Education (CME) Courses

The Center for Occupational and Environmental Health is pleased to support a variety of accredited Continuing Medical Education (CME) activities for physicians and other health care professionals.

Doctoring Climate Change: Air Quality, Heat-Related Illness, and Disparate Impact

This self-paced, online course will explore how climate change is impacting public health now, and provide examples of how to communicate with patients regarding health risks posed by climate change. The course is broken into 5 modules, designed to provide context for clinicians and other allied health professionals to better understand climate change through a public health lens. 

Enduring

Online Activity

Recognition, Management, and Reporting of Pesticide Illness

Offered by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment

This course is designed for health care providers and will present information on how to diagnose and treat pesticide illnesses, including illnesses due to cholinesterase inhibiting pesticides, and sources of information on pesticides.  Although this course was originally developed for health care providers in California, much of the information will be applicable to healthcare providers elsewhere.

Enduring

Online Activity

Evaluating California's Injured Workers: Qualified Medical Evaluators (QME)

Offered by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Workers' Compensation

This course is developed for current QMEs, those who are interested in becoming a QME, or to anyone interested in the QME process. QMEs play a critical role in resolving disputes within the workers’ compensation system. You will learn how to prepare for an evaluation and outline the components of a quality report and about the administrative regulations to stay in compliance as a QME.

Enduring

Online Activity

Medical Treatment Utilization Schedule (MTUS)

Offered by the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Workers' Compensation

Physicians treating in the California workers' compensation system are required to follow the evidence-based recommendations in the DWC medical treatment utilization schedule (MTUS). The online course will describe what the MTUS is and how to use it,  how to navigate the MTUS treatment guidelines and apply recommendations via case scenarios, when to consider recommendations outside of the MTUS guidelines for the care of your patient, and the role of utilization review (UR) and independent medical review (IMR) physicians.

Enduring

Online Activity

COEH Builds Bridges: Interdisciplinary & Ethical Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thursday, February 11 - Friday, February 12, 2021  |  1:00 PM - 4:30 PM Pacific 

The COEH Builds Bridges symposium was launched in 2017 and rotates biannually between Berkeley and Sacramento, CA. The 2021 event will be held virtually, serving as a merger of the 43rd Annual UC Berkeley Lela Morris Symposium and 39th Annual UC Davis Occupational and Environmental Medicine Symposium. The COVID-19 pandemic has required unprecedented collaboration and highlighted the complex relationship between work and health. This interdisciplinary symposium is designed to advance knowledge and discussion among Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety and Allied Health communities.

Live - Virtual Symposium (Will be Recorded)

Online Activity

UC San Francisco Occupational and Environmental Medicine Annual CME Course

Save the Date: March 11 - 13, 2021

The Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine offers CME courses every year. These courses are accredited for routine CME credit, but also offer Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and Qualified Medical Examiner (QME) credit.

San Francisco, CA

In-Person Activity