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Welcome To Our Online CME Programs

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We currently offer peer reviewed journal articles and case discussions for CME/CE.

The foundation offers free CME/CE credits to primary care physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, sex therapist AASECT credit, and psychologists for whom California CME applies (check with your local APA). CME social workers, and pharmacists is pending. Our current programs will be for professionals in the following categories: MD, DO, PhD, PA, RN, PN, NP, BSN, PhD in the western states (California CME), and AASECT. We plan to add accreditation for PhD's nationwide and MSW's/MFCC's, and pharmacists in the near future. In 2006 we will be offering American Academy of Family Practice CME for some of our programs along with ACCME. We are proud to offer CME/CE certification free of charge. If you find our CME/CE programs to be useful, please consider making a donation to support the development and continuation of this service. For some of our CME programs we will be charging a nominal processing fee for the CME.

We are proud to offer CME/CE certification free of charge. If you find our CME/CE programs to be useful, please consider making a donation to support the development and continuation of this service.

Some program topics:

  • Sexual Function and Menopause
  • Mood and Perimenopause
  • Sleep Disturbances
  • Anxiety
  • Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD and PMS)
  • Recovery from Cancer and Other Illnesses
  • Neuropsychiatric Consequences of Stress

The Alexander Foundation would like to thank HCRI, notably Dr. Freiderichs-Fitzwater, who has graciously become an advisor and donated much time to this effort, and HCRI's technical advisor Robert DeSaeger, for his commitment to this project and invaluable skill. We wish to thank Jonathon Marx and Johanna Lackner for their support of our CME efforts in 2006 and onward.

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