The Latest in Continuing Medical Education

Two women looking at a digital tablet. (C) Adobe Stock. All rights reserved.We are leading the way in continuing medical education (CME) for the health sciences professionals of today and tomorrow. That means we're at the forefront of helping UC Davis Health foster innovative education.

Here you'll find news about the latest developments, partnerships, strategies and tools we use to enhance the learning experience for everyone from undergraduate medical students to experienced faculty and physicians.

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News Highlights for 2019


The Physician Efficiency Program (PEP), is helping UC Davis physicians better manage their work in the electronic health record.

CME Partners with Individualized Physician EHR Training Program to Improve Patient Care

The Physician Efficiency Program (PEP), which helps UC Davis Health physicians better manage their work in the electronic health record (EHR), avoid burnout, and improve patient care, has partnered with the Office of Continuing Medical Education to offer a course that is certified for CME credit. During the course, each physician receives up to four hours of individualized, one-on-one training in the EHR.

Sandhya Venugopal, M.D. (C) MGH Institute of Health Professions. All rights reserved.Associate Dean of CME Presents Case Study at Boston Seminar 

Sandhya Venugopal, M.D., associate dean of CME at UC Davis Health, attended the MGH Institute of Health Professions Scholarship and Capstone Seminar on June 17-19, 2019 in Boston. She delivered a case study presentation called "Continuing Medical Education, Reshaping Health Education: Application of 2025 Job Roles."

Child smiling with PACES logo. (c) UC Davis Regents. All rights reserved.CME Collaborates with Pediatric Acute Education Sessions (PACES) Program for Community Hospitals

UC Davis Health’s Regional Affiliations and Outreach department, in collaboration with UC Davis Children’s Hospital and the Office of Continuing Medical Education, offers the Pediatric Acute Care Education Sessions (PACES) program for community clinicians who provide care to children. The program gives clinicians the opportunity to engage in peer-to-peer learning with pediatricians from UC Davis Children’s Hospital through webinars.

Videos to Share


During the 9th Annual UC Davis Healthcare Quality Forum on March 13, 2019 in Sacramento, Calif., forum co-chair Frederick J. Meyers, M.D., M.A.C.P., talked about changes happening with continuing medical education at UC Davis Health.


The UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education offers the use of Learning Glass technology, which allows faculty to record online lectures and illustrate presentation materials while maintaining face-to-face contact with learners.