Online CMEs (for credit)
Earn continuing medical education (CME) AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ online, on demand, whenever it's convenient for you. Below please find information about a few of our current online education modules. More options can also be found on the on-demand section on the CME Conferences page or on our CME Portal. Please contact Swedish CME with any questions.
The purpose of this protocol is to provide clinical management guidelines to ensure uniform care for the adult patient receiving procedural sedation.
The Pediatric Procedural Sedation module will focus on the care of children (newborns through adolescence) undergoing moderate sedation. It will provide clinical management guidelines and competencies for the purpose of ensuring uniformity of care provided to pediatric patients receiving procedural sedation.
This on-demand five hour course meets the Washington State one-hour and four-hour continuing education requirements on best practices in the prescribing of opioids, including long-acting formulations. Recorded lectures are from our live, July 2019 program. *Currently due to IS security restrictions access to this course is only available to internal Swedish and Providence providers and medical staff members. We are working on options for external learners, please check back soon for more information.
Swedish Pharmacy Education and Swedish CME partnered on a number of short, 15 minute, online modules on a variety of topics related to COVID-19 preparedness and strategy. Currently these are only available and relevant to Swedish providers and employees. Additional resources are also available on that website. As details about this virus are continually coming to light, please also refer to the most recent guidelines from your organization/hospital and updated recommendations of the CDC.
The goal of this online module is to provide participants with the information needed to safely and effectively minimize radiation doses to patients, prevent the possibility of acute radiation injuries, maintain both an actual and perceived safe working environment, and comply with state and federal limits on employees and the general public.
The goal of this module is to provide participants with the information to recognize radiation risk, and the skills and tools needed to safely and effectively minimize radiation doses and maintain both an actual and perceived safe working environment. It will discuss ionized radiation, radiometric quantities, sources of radiation, and the risks involved with the use of radiation equipment. This is designed for technologists and nurses working in departments at Swedish (or in the surrounding hospitals/clinics) that use radiation therapy, but could be beneficial for any health care professional that works with or in proximity to radiation therapy and examination stations.
*For all activities listed on this page: This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.