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The College of Medicine's continuing education programs improve physicians and other health care providers professional knowledge and skills and keep them up-to-date on the latest practices in health science. We offer live courses, online courses and regularly scheduled series that are designed to be informative as well as collaborative. Our continuing education offerings provide the opportunity to meet world-class faculty and an engaged community of colleagues.

Continuing Medical Education

Active clinicians seeking to improve their professional knowledge and skills can do so through our Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program. This program exposes clinicians to new information, diagnoses, treatments and case management options.

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Physician Refresher Program

Drexel's Physician Refresher Program offers a range of courses for physicians returning to active clinical practice. The program provides clinical exposure and updated medical knowledge to help returning physicians renew their medical license.

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American Heart Association (AHA) Training for Health Care Providers

Drexel's Division of Emergency Medical Services is an authorized training center for the American Heart Association, providing Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) training for physicians and nurses.

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Trauma Education for Health Care Providers

Drexel's Division of Emergency Medical Services provides high-quality trauma education to our physician clients and nursing staff. Training opportunities include Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Advanced Trauma Care for Nursing (ATCN) courses.

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Behavioral Healthcare Education

Behavioral Healthcare Education (BHE) provides training and consultation for practitioners who work in mental health and addiction services. This includes counselors, nurses, social workers, psychologists and other individuals interested in behavioral health topics.

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