Risk Management or Ethics CME Available

Posted in Latest News on March 27, 2013.

Risk Management or Ethics CME Available

Attend a Florida Board of Medicine Meeting, sign in and earn 5 hours CME in ethics or risk management.

WHEN: June 7, 2013 at 8:00 a.m.

WHERE: Wyndham Tampa Westshore
700 N. Westshore Blvd., Tampa, FL
(813) 289-8200

Florida Administrative Code – Rule 64B8-13.005(2)

(a) For purposes of this rule, risk management means the identification, investigation, analysis,
and evaluation of risks and the selection of the most advantageous method of correcting,
reducing, or eliminating identifiable risks.

(b) Five hours of continuing medical education in the subject area of risk management or
medical ethics may be obtained by attending one full day or eight (8) hours, whichever is more,
of disciplinary hearings at a regular meeting of the Board of Medicine in compliance with the
following:
1. The licensee must sign in with the Executive Director of the Board before the meeting day
begins.
2. The licensee must remain in continuous attendance.
3. The licensee must sign out with the Executive Director of the Board at the end of the meeting
day or at such other earlier time as affirmatively authorized by the Board. A licensee may receive
CME credit in risk management for attending the disciplinary portion of a Board meeting only if
he or she is attending on that date solely for that purpose; he or she may not receive such credit
if appearing at the Board meeting for another purpose. A member of the Board of Medicine may
obtain 5 hours of continuing medical education in the subject area of risk management for
attendance at the disciplinary portion of one Board meeting.



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