CREDIT FOR TEACHING CMU College of Medicine appreciates ALL that you do in teaching our residents and medical students! To ensure that you adequately obtain your Category 2 Credit for Teaching, all forms (2019 to 2022) and instructions are available on our website at med.cmich.edu/cmecert under Category 2 Credit Forms.
Category 2-A Credit (formerly Category 3) As part of continuing education requirements for Michigan physicians, the Board of Medicine has approved continuing medical education Category 2-A* credits for teaching medical physicians or the allied health services. The hospital or institution must approve the teaching in an accredited residency program and the board must approve all other hospital or institutional instruction programs.
Instructions To satisfy this requirement, please complete the Category 2-A* Physician Teaching Credit Claimed form for a specified time period and obtain an authorized signature or verification from either the Residency Program Director or Medical Student Director. Submit a scan of the signed form to the CME Department at CMEDCME@cmich.edu or via fax to 989-746-7579. The CME Department will enter your Category 2 credits into your online CME credit transcript.
Joan Ford, CHCP, Administrator | 989-259-4036 | email@example.com Sheila Allen, Office of Continuing Medical Education Central Michigan University College of Medicine 1632 Stone St., Suite 2200, Saginaw MI 48602 Email: CMEDCME@cmich.edu P: 989-746-7602 | Fax: 989-746-7579 Website: med.cmich.edu/cme
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