About

Totally Free CEUs is your source for free continuing medical education. This blog is sponsored and made possible by the nurses at USATravMed.com. Free courses are gathered from various sites found all over the world wide web. Posts are made after the course hours, objectives, pertinence, medical specialty, certifying agency, and online availability are verified. Expiration dates are posted if known. Courses for all medical specialties are posted regularly. Please keep in mind, courses or fees may have changed on provider sites since their posting here.  Always check the provider’s website for accreditation information, terms,and conditions of courses offered. USATravMed.com &/or Totally Free Ceus @ wordpress.com does not offer, write, or endorse any courses or the websites that offer them and is not responsible for the courses listed on this site. Also keep in mind, that in order to award continuing medical education credit, provider sites will require registration in order to award the appropriate credit to the appropriately credentialed student. USATravMed.com &/or Totally Free Ceus @ wordpress.com is not responsible for how information gathered by provider sites is utilized, check the site’s privacy policy to determine such information.

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10 Responses to About

  1. Dr Sussanna Czeranko says:

    Do you have any CE on medical ethics?

  2. Your latest 2015 free CEUs can not be located when you try to open the CEU ie 50/50 Conflict and Communication with Elderly

    • freeceus says:

      We removed Communication with the Elderly as the sponsoring website is now charging for the course. Here is the link to Solving Communication Issues in the Family- the 50/50 Rule. It expires in 4 days which is why we removed it also–to prevent anyone from taking the course past the expiration date. Anytime you select a course and can not seem to find it on the landing page, it was removed for a reason– no longer free, expired, accreditation no longer valid, etc.

  3. Peggy Miller says:

    Do you have CME’S for Certified Medical Assistants?

  4. Pamela says:

    Do you report my credits to the ce broker ?

    • freeceus says:

      Courses posted on our blog are sponsored by accredited organizations like the CDC, Baylor University, CME businesses, pharmacies and medical equipment companies, etc. Once you find a course you would be interested in and click the corresponding links to the course, check the accreditation of the sponsor and their policy regarding reporting credits earned. You can always report your earned credits to CEbroker once you have your certificate in hand.

  5. Nichole Crosier says:

    Are your CE’s accredited for the state of Georgia for Occupational therapy?

    • freeceus says:

      Courses posted on our blog are sponsored by accredited organizations like the CDC, Baylor University, CME businesses, pharmacies and medical equipment companies, etc. Once you find a course you would be interested in and click the corresponding links to the course, check the accreditation and the policy regarding reporting credits earned on the sponsor’s website. Any questions that you still may have could either be emailed directly to the sponsor or by asking your state licensing board.

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