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What are some online Cleveland Clinic CME classes?

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As of 2015, online CME courses from the Cleveland Clinic that provide continuing education for medical professionals include Cardiology for the Primary Care Physician, Biologics and Pediatric Rheumatic Diseases, and Best Revision Operation for Gastric Banding. These classes come from a variety of specialty areas including Immunology, Cardiology and Pediatrics, among others.

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Cardiology classes offered online from the Cleveland Clinic that satisfy some continuing medical education requirements for some medical professionals have titles such as Exercise-induced Pulmonary Hypertension, Management Strategies for Adults with Cystic Fibrosis, and Hepatopulmonary Syndromes: Proto-Pulmonary Hypertension. The intended target audience for these classes are primary care physicians, cardiologists and other medical professionals with an interest in cardiology.

Online continuing education in Immunology includes classes in disease management, designed for primary care physicians, family practitioners and internists. These classes include Asthma, The Human Kinome Intracellular Signaling, and T Cell and B Cell Interactionsin Health and Disease.

Some of these continuing education classes from Cleveland Clinic are self-paced and are based on case study formats. Students watch videos and interact with materials, answering questions and determining clinical choices in a simulated environment. Other classes present lectures by webinar or video presentations. Students watch a video or lecture online and then pass an exam to earn CME credit. Students earn certificates of completion after the successful completion of a course.

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