Each state has its own state CME requirements to fulfill – some depend on the amount of CME you earn, others center more on your educational hours. It can be hard to keep track. North Carolina requires a lot of CME credits and mandates that you split some of your credits between designated subjects. And trying to keep track of all these requirements may be tedious for you.
For your convenience, we at GIBLIB have curated your state CME required topics and credits in one blog. Now, you can fulfill some of your CME needs in one place. Review your requirements and watch videos linked below that will fulfill them. Use our easy-to-access resource to make fulfilling your requirements less of a chore.
For both North Carolina MD and DO physicians, you’ll need to fulfill the following:
“60 hours every 3 years; all must be Category 1 relevant to the physician’s current or intended specialty or area of practice. Every physician who prescribes controlled substances shall complete at least three hours of CME, from the required 60 hours of Category 1 CME, that is designed specifically to address controlled substance prescribing practices. The controlled substance prescribing CME shall include instruction on controlled substance prescribing practices, recognizing signs of the abuse or misuse of controlled substances, and controlled substance prescribing for chronic pain management.” – FSMB
- CME Credits Required: 60
- Complete those credits here.
- Term(Years): 3
- AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ required: 60
- Required Topics: 3 credits in prescribing controlled substances
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES REQUIREMENT
- Opioids: Use, Abuse and Alternatives Conference (17 credits)
- Opioid Conference: Evidence, Clinical Considerations and Best Practice (8 credits)
- Opioids Course (3 credits)
- Opioids and Chronic Pain Management (0.5 credits)
- Chronic Pain and Opioids (0.5 credits)
- Using Opioids in Older Adults (0.5 credits)
- Opioid Edition: Treating Opioid Addiction (0.75 credits)
- Opioid Pharmacology: Clinical Application (0.25 credits)
- Opioids in Serious Medical Illness (0.5 credits)
Watch more Controlled Substances videos here.