Recognition and Reporting of Child Abuse (CME)

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  1. Jeff Wirick | May 11, 2018
    Hi Dr. Borker, yes, this is the child abuse reporting and recognition course you can complete to fulfill Act 31. As a resident, after you review the content, you should take post-course assessment that is marked “Training License (Resident),” which is the second bullet point under No. 3 to get credit for the course. PAMED will automatically transmit your course completion data to the state.
  2. Priya Borker | May 10, 2018
    Can you confirm that this is the ACT 31 clearance?
  3. Jeff Wirick | May 04, 2018
    Hello Dr. Konstantinidis, yes your certificate should automatically get submitted electronically to the state after you complete our online course and complete the assessments. If you have any further questions, we would be happy to assist - please email PAMED at knowledgecenter@pamedsoc.org.
  4. Ioannis Konstantinidis | May 03, 2018
    Does the certificate automatically get electronically submitted from the PA Med Society to the Board of Medicine for an initial license?
  5. Jeff Wirick | Feb 06, 2018
    Dr. Liu, thanks for your comment. The content you were trying to access is a Member Only benefit. You can access our Child Abuse CME but logging in from the top of the page with your www.pamedsoc.org username and password. Please let us know if you need assistance with your username or password. 
  6. Frank Yang Liu | Feb 02, 2018
    Where Is the training? I cannot find it

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