Continuing Medical Education

The mission of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LAC DPH) Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program is to promote high quality evidence-based health care for the residents of Los Angeles County.  We address issues that are important to both clinical and population health such as communicable and chronic diseases and public health practice. This page features all enduring CME activities currently offered by LAC DPH.

We welcome feedback on current activities as well as suggestions for future content.


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The Evolving Science and Policy of Cannabis: What Health Professionals Need to Know

  • Articles in Rx for Prevention (4 credits of CME available) new!


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Update on Syphilis in Women and Congenital Syphilis
from the California Department of Public Health.


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Making Your Voice Heard: How to Be an Effective Healthcare Advocate


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Clinical Recognition and Management of Hepatitis A in the Context of an Ongoing Outbreak in LA County

  • Article in Rx for Prevention (1 credit CME available)

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Hepatitis A Outbreak in Los Angeles County


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Medication Therapy Management: Opportunities in an Underutilized Service


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HIV Prevention with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)

  • Article in Rx for Prevention (1 credit CME available)


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Recognizing and Managing Mumps in Adults

  • Article in Rx for Prevention (1 credit CME available)

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Eliminating Tuberculosis in LA County: A Call to Primary Care Providers to Screen and Treat TB Infection

  • Article in Rx for Prevention (1 credit CME available)

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HIV Prevention with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)




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Pertussis in California - The New Normal: Recommendations and Resources for Health Care Professionals