CME Activities

The Center for Continuing Medical Education offers a variety of educational activities and delivery formats to cater to physician’s individual needs. Explore our robust selection of educational offerings by using the navigation buttons located at the top of the page.

Online Education:

We offer online education using video on-demand CME webcasts through our OSU MedNet21 series. Our webcast on-demand library hosts over 120 programs and is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from anywhere in the world. Users can watch our webcasts by visiting the Webcast On Demand link at the top of this page. Our webcasts are available to watch for free but you are required to pay to take the post test. Users need to create an account and log in to our website to take a post test.

Enduring materials are available in a variety of online learning formats and offer post tests following participation from which the learner can earn credit.


Each year the Center for Continuing Medical Education certifies a host of quality live conferences in a wide range of medical disciplines. Discover our offerings by navigating through this area of our website to see what offerings are available.

Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS), or Grand Rounds:

Regularly scheduled series, or grand rounds, are directed toward internal learners at the OSU Wexner Medical Center. The CCME currently certifies 68 Regularly Scheduled Series which happen on a weekly, monthly or quarterly schedule.

Learning From Teaching:

Learning from Teaching awards physicians AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM for the learning that occurs during their preparation for teaching, supervising, precepting, or evaluating medical students, residents, or fellows. It is important to point out that this is credit associated with the amount of time spent teaching the new information. (It is not the amount of time spent learning the new information. It is, also, not credit for day-to-day teaching as a faculty member.)