Available courses

18th Annual Internal Medicine Comprehensive Review Course

About the Course

The course is a 6-day, intensive review of Internal Medicine to help with the preparation for the ABIM Certification examination. The course consists of recorded lectures and live discussions on several topics in Internal Medicine and its subspecialties based on ABIM blue print and an end of topic 20 question exam. A comprehensive book consisting of all the course material will be provided. 

Contact Carly Ackerman at cackerman@med.wayne.edu to register for this 6-day ABIM certification exam preparatory course. The registration deadline is Friday, May 22, 2020. 

Postgraduate Course in Ob/Gyn 2020-21

The SEMCME Ob/Gyn Committee established the Postgraduate Course in 1974 in order to enhance resident understanding of physiology and pathology as they apply to the practice of obstetrics and gynecology. In addition, the course serves to update resident knowledge regarding the most current concepts of obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive endocrinology, genetics, and oncology. In recent years, the Course has evolved to incorporate simulation training as a modality for teaching residents these important topics.

SEMCME Fetal Assessment Course

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SEMCME Surgery Basic Science Lecture Series (2020-21)

Hello - You are unable to manually enroll into this course. Please contact Marie Foe at he3791@wayne.edu for questions regarding this lecture series.


About the Lecture Series

The Surgery Committee established the Basic Science Course in 1979. The course is designed to assist the resident surgeon in acquiring a thorough and current understanding of the basic sciences as they apply to the surgeon. The course is intended to prepare the resident for an increasing emphasis on the Basic Science aspects of the ABSITE and the Qualifying Examination of the American Board of Surgery. 

The lecture series on basic science will use the textbook, Physiologic Basis of Surgery, 4th Edition by J. Patrick O’Leary, MD. In addition to attending the lectures, the resident is responsible for reading the assigned chapters in the textbook as well as taking a post-test for each lecture. A final written exam will be given at the conclusion of the course. 

Using Zoom video conferencing, the course will be broadcasted and received at Ascension Providence Hospital, Southfield, Ascension St. John Hospital, Beaumont Hospital (Farmington Hills and Royal Oak), Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State University (Detroit), and McLaren Health Care (Flint, Greater Lansing, and Macomb Hospitals). All sessions are from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month unless otherwise noted. 

SEMCME Wellness Committee Forum

This is a resource space for SEMCME Wellness Committee to discuss current topics, issues, needs.  Resource materials and links to resources can also be stored here.