Help/Frequently Asked Questions

RetinaCME contains articles, lectures, videos, and clinical cases in the following areas:

  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Miscellaneous Macular Diseases
  • New Developments in Retinal Pharmacotherapy
  • Ocular Oncology
  • Posterior Segment Infection & Inflammation
  • Practice Management
  • Relevant Clinical Trials
  • Retinal Degenerations
  • Retinal Imaging
  • Retinal Vascular Diseases
  • Surgical Techniques and Instrumentation will become a great resource for all retina specialists and comprehensive ophthalmologists interested in retina diseases and issue.


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RetinaCME is a free educational Web site for the retina community. There is no cost for you to access RetinaCME or to obtain CME credits. The Web site does not include any product advertisements.

RetinaCME is constantly updated and expanded to include the most accurate and relevant information available for cardiologists. We have recruited leading experts to serve as editors and authors. Before any new material is posted on RetinaCME, it is thoroughly reviewed by our Chief Medical Editor or our Associate Medical Editor.

For each CME activity (article, lecture, video or clinical case) you select, you will be taken directly to the CME Information, which will tell you about the activity topics and authors, relevant financial relationships, learning objectives and credit designation.

Upon review of the CME information, you will be directed to the pretest. Upon completion of the pretest, you will proceed to the activity content, where you will be able to read, watch or listen to the activity.

After review of the activity content, you will be directed to the posttest. If a passing score is achieved on the posttest, you will continue on to an evaluation of the activity and finally, you will be directed to your certificate.

Your certificate will also appear in your “My CME” section of the site for future referral.

International Users: If your country recognizes United States-approved AMA PRA Catergory 1 Credit(s)TM as valid credits in medical education, then the credits you can earn on RetinaCME can be applied to your country's continuing medical education program. All non-US physicians should contact their respective Boards for accreditation/credit status.

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