Free CME

Board Sponsored CME

The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine has partnered with the Maine Medical Association Center for Quality Improvement to offer free category 1 AMA CME.  These CME modules can be found at and include topics such as: 

  • Opioid related modules meeting the current state requirement for 3 hours of opioid related CME every two years
  • Clinician Burnout and Practical Wellness Approaches
  • Boundary Crossings
  • Responding to Intimate Partner Violence in the Medical Setting
  • Understanding Maine's Duty to Warn Law
  • Understanding Maine's Death With Dignity Law
  • Neurocognitive Disorders

Please Note:  Upon completion of the evaluation in Survey Monkey, including the required demographic information, a CME Certificate will be emailed to M.D.s and D.O.s and a Certificate of Participation will be emailed to all other learners. These certificates will be emailed within one week of completing the evaluation.

Veterans Health Administration Free Community Training

The Veterans Health Administration offers free online training for community providers caring for Veterans.  

VHA TRAIN is a gateway into TRAIN National, the most comprehensive catalog of public health learning products. TRAIN is one of the most widely used learning management systems and is a free service of the Public Health Foundation. Access VA-approved and sponsored learning on Veteran health topics now! Also, subscribe to specific topics of interest to receive periodic VHA TRAIN eblasts and other news tailored to your area of interest.

The most current offering, Caring for Women Veterans in the Community, can be found at  

The Healthcare Professional's Core Resource on Alcohol

A free CME/CE activity from NIH

With input from 70 contributors, including many practicing healthcare professionals, the Core Resource on Alcohol offers 14 concise, user-friendly articles with evidence-based guidance.

The Core Resource articles provide free CME or CE credits (.75 to 1 credit each or up to 10.75 credits total) for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists. The main audience is primary care providers, and other specialties can adapt the user-friendly content for their practices.

The Healthcare Professional's Core Resource on Alcohol