Conferences and Webinars

The NHMS sponsors several continuing medical education (CME) programs throughout the year on a wide variety of topics.  Typically, these programs will offer four to eight AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs.  In addition, the NHMS Annual Scientific Conference offers 10 to 13 AMA PRA Category 1 CMEs, as well as entertainment, the NHMS General Session and the President’s Inaugural Event.

Recent educational programs have included the following topics:

  • Lyme Disease
  • Meaningful Use
  • Concussions
  • Public Health Policy/Engagement
  • Sports Injury
  • Medical Liability
  • Obesity
  • Addiction

Click here for a list of upcoming events.


Responsive Practice

NH Disability & Public Health ProjectThe Responsive Practice trainings are online, on-demand, and free for a limited time.  Professional development credits (CE, CME, CNE) are available to training participants.  A Responsive Practice enhances health care providers’ ability to deliver disability-competent care that is accessible to people with intellectual, mobility, and other disabilities. 

Register today to learn strategies and approaches to identify, address, and help remove barriers to care.



Weitzman ECHO Complex Integrated Pediatrics RegistrationWeitzman ECHO Complex Integrated Pediatrics (CIP)

The New England Regional Genetics Network (NERGN - is pleased to offer you access to a special 18 session (2 per month) Complex Pediatrics ECHO. The ECHO series provides an interactive online platform for participants to learn and share about their experiences working with children with complex medical conditions. These sessions are free and CMEs are provided to those completing the course – space is limited!

Weitzman ECHO Complex Integrated Pediatrics (CIP) uses regularly scheduled videoconferencing sessions to connect primary care medical and behavioral health providers with a multidisciplinary team of specialists to improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes for underserved children and adolescents. The faculty team is comprised of a pediatrician, psychologist, Psych APRN, school-based APRN, and guest specialists in pulmonology, cardiology, and genetics.

During each session, the specialist team will deliver a brief didactic from key topic areas in pediatric medical and behavioral health and provide recommendations on challenging cases presented by participating. This program aims to:

  • Build learning communities
  • Reduce provider isolation in rural settings
  • Improve health care outcomes
  • Improve access to specialty care

Currently, these free sessions are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month from 12:00 to 1:00 ET.


Military Culture AwarenessLearn about the Home Base Training Institute

Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Program works to heal the invisible wounds of war for Post-9/11 Veterans, Service Members and their Families through world-class clinical care, wellness, education and research. The Training Institute at Home Base develops and showcases a range of trainings that teach healthcare professionals across the nation how to better recognize and treat the invisible wounds of war.

As more Post-9/11 Veterans choose to receive health care outside the VA, it is critical that community clinicians are prepared. As a community service, the Training Institute at Home Base offers CME/CE/CEU certified on-line and in-person training at no charge to clinicians, health care professionals and community members. The Training Institute at Home Base is funded through a grant from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation and Major League Baseball.

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I*Care Free Online CME

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Interpersonal Communication And Relationship Enhancement (I*CARE) Program offers doctors access to numerous educational resources designed to help improve their communication skills and become more comfortable handling difficult discussions.  Although designed to improve the communication skills of oncologists, these video courses should be helpful to all health care professionals.

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Medicare Quality Programs

The Connecticut State Medical Society, sponsored by the New England Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO), offers an ongoing series of webinars on the basics of Medicare quality programs. The New England QIN-QIO is administered by Healthcentric Advisors in partnership with Qualidigm. Together, they serve as the QIN-QIO for all six New England states.

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NHMS Features

Kognito: Free SBIRT Clinical Training Simulation Available for Any and All NH Providers
SBI with Adolescents Simulation