Continuing Medical Education

UM Health-Sparrow upcoming activities and other CME opportunities to assist you in meeting your State of Michigan requirements.  Additional resource information(non-CME) is also listed.

Questions?  Contact the CME Office at cme@UM

Upcoming Activities

Human Trafficking

State of Michigan Education Requirement in human trafficking

  • For all licensed health care professionals - As of Jan. 4, 2017, a new law amending the Michigan Public Health Code (MCL 333.16148) requires all licensed health care professionals in the State of Michigan to complete training to identify victims of human trafficking.

Click here for more information about the State of Michigan licensure requirement.

Current Educational Activity

  • Human Trafficking Education Video Available: Making the Invisible Visible (no cost)

Provided by the Wayne County Medical Society, Wayne State University School of Medicine and the Michigan Human Trafficking Commission. The video is designed to meet the educational needs of all health care providers and meets the requirement for human trafficking training.

View the video here.

Click here to obtain a self-certification to keep for you records.

For More Information: Please contact the CME Office at cme@UM

Pain Management

State of Michigan Education Requirements in pain and symptom management

  • For DOs – Beginning 1 year or more after the effective date of these rules, a minimum of 3 hours of continuing education must be earned in the area of pain and symptom

    management pursuant to section 17533(2) of the code, MCL 333.17533(2).

               Click here for State of Michigan Requirements for DOs

  • For MDs – Effective December 6, 2017 a minimum of 3 hours of continuing education must be earned in the area of pain and symptom management. (Lara State of Michigan Requirements, Public Act 368 of 1978, as amended; version 1/17).

               Click here for State of Michigan requirements for MDs


State of Michigan Education Requirements in medical ethics

  • For DOs – No requirements at this time by the State of Michigan. (2/17)


Additional Resource Information (No CME provided)

UM Health-Sparrow Medical Library

Health Sciences Library - available to assist you with obtaining additional resources or literature searches.  It can also help presenters in identifying current evidence-based information on topics. The Library may be contacted by calling 517-364-2200, or by email  medical.library@UM

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Victim Identification Toolkit for Physicians & Other Medical Professionals– from Genesee County Medical Society in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Greater Flint Health Coalition

Human Trafficking “Red Flags” for Health Care Professionals – by the Michigan Attorney General Office

Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force website-  suggested books, articles, videos and other resources

Pain Management & Treatment

Additional resources coming soon

Medical Ethics

Additional resources coming soon