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Journal CME Archive

Published six times a year, WMJ offers journal-based CME in each issue. Physicians may earn credit by reading the designated article and successfully completing a corresponding quiz.

Click on the links below to access available articles and CME quizzes.

Increasing Mammography Uptake Through Academic-Community Partnerships Targeting Immigrant and Refugee Communities in Milwaukee (WMJ. 2018;117(2):55-61.)

  • Access full text pdf or virtual journal here.
  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 
GunderKids: Design of a Clinical Care Management Program for Parents With Substance Abuse and Their Newborn Children with a Focus on Preventing Child Abuse (WMJ. 2018;117(1):29-33.)
(full text virtual journal) (full text PDF)

  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 
Adolescent Preferences for Topics Addressed During Well Visits (WMJ. 2017;116(4):210-214.)
(full text virtual journal) (full text PDF)

  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 
Biking for Health: Results of a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Examining the Impact of a Bicycling Intervention on Lower-Income Adults (WMJ. 2017;116(3):154-160.)
(full text virtual journal) (full text PDF)

  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 
Implementing Population Medicine in a Pain Management Practice (WMJ. 2017;116(2):75-78.)
(full text virtual journal) (full text PDF)

  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 
Colorectal Cancer Screening (WMJ. 2017;116(1):27-33.)
(full text virtual journal) (full text PDF)

  • CME Registration and Quiz: Click here.
  • Access the complete issue here.

 

The Wisconsin Medical Society is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Wisconsin Medical Society designates each journal-based CME activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Creditâ„¢. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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