The CME Program at Women & Infants Hospital offers activities that utilize a variety of teaching modalities to maintain, develop, and increase the knowledge, skills, and professional development of the staff of Women & Infants Hospital, Care New England Healthcare system, and its academic affiliates. Women & Infants Hospital CME program is accredited by the Rhode Island Medical Society and currently holds a Certificate of Accreditation with Commendation.
The CME program at WIH provides continuing medical education concentrating in the areas of women's health, neonatal health and their related subspecialties. It also provides topics and credits to satisfy Rhode Island and nearby state licensure and risk requirements. The WIH CME program builds its educational activities guided by ACGME's core competencies of a) Professionalism b) Practice based learning c) Patient care and skills d) Systems based practice e) Medical knowledge and f) Interpersonal and communication skills.
All WIH CME activities utilize ACCME guidelines of defining a target audience, course/ activity objectives, reviewing and validating content, obtaining activity evaluations, assessing and disclosing conflict of interest, ensuring independence from commercial influence, improving patient outcomes, and promoting healthcare quality improvement initiatives.
This CME is for Care New England Providers only. There are two different online options available for all providers to get breastfeeding-related CMEs.
The mission of the nurse midwifery program is to support the educational goals of Brown University medical students and obstetric residents at Women & Infants Hospital