CME Accredited Events
The Continuing Education Accreditation portal [cmetracker.net] is
used to establish an account and tracks your CME credits.
Set up a New Profile to get CREDIT
To either set up a new profile or to add a mobile number to your existing profile, please follow the link here.
Your current mobile number must be included in your UTMB CME profile. This number will allow you to text the Activity Code and receive credit for the session. This number will not be used for any other purpose than to allow the system to record and manage your CME attendance.
To obtain CME Transcripts go to cmetracker.net and sign in to your account
Presented three Fridays a month, 8-9 am via MS Teams. Please get in touch with the Grand Rounds Coordinator, Irene Dillon-Simmons, at
Annual Pediatric Review Course in June
The Annual Conference on Advances in Pediatrics is presented by UTMB Health Pediatrics. This educational activity is designed for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who care for infants, children, and adolescents.
It is designed to address the challenges faced in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions impacting infants, children, and adolescents. Participants have the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 credits (ACCME) and CNE credits (ANCCCA).
Baylor Transcripts of Previous Credit
Visit https://cpd.education.bcm.edu/ to access your Baylor profile and download a transcript of your previous credits (Until the migration to UTMB is complete.)
Risk Management Education Credits
Morbidity and Mortality (M&M) Conferences
The M & M Conferences are presented at least quarterly to satisfy institutional risk management requirements, 8-9 am via MS Teams.
For additional information, please contact the Grand Rounds Coordinator, Irene Dillon-Simmons.
External Educational Events
The faculty members of the department are available as speakers for
CME and non-CME events at external sites. Pediatric specialists can assist in educational activities for a wide variety of contemporary topics.