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Start using cmelog to keep track of your CME credits by emailing your first CME certificate to cme@cmelog.org. You don't have to sign up beforehand to start using.

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Each email submission must include TWO (2) things:

  1. An attachment (the CME certificate)

  2. The number of credits in the subject line

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This is what your continuing medical education dashboard will look like:

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Never worry about an expiring license or certificate again.

✔  Upload your credentials with one click.

✔  Receive automatic email notifications when nearing expiration.

✔  Quickly review expiration dates and license numbers.

✔  Keep a backup in our system.

“I saw this in the Emergency Medicine News paper and sent it to all my partners. What a great service. Thanks.”
— Mark Rosing, DO
“The site is awesome.”
— Ken Starr, MD FACEP
“...What awesome service! I really like the concept and appreciate the fact that this seems to be a pretty easy and free way to track CMEs. I work at a large academic center and we are constantly being asked for our latest trauma and neuro CMEs in order to help them meet their accreditation standards...”
— Harinder Dhindsa, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A., FACEP, FAAEM
“CMElog was very straightforward to use and I already recommended it to a few of my colleagues. I was able to create the account and track the numbers easily. I also liked how I could track the info via email shortcuts.”
— Irina Fox Brennan, MD PhD
“I love the simplicity, and quickness of the design... I wish more of medicine and hospital systems could be integrated, streamlined, and simplified.”
— Aaron Snyder, MD FACEP
“It was easy and to the point. I like being able to email something and have it logged.”
— Joshua Simon, MD FACEP