Primary Care CME Conferences
Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts Offers 9 Primary Care CME Conferences Across the United States, In-person, On-demand and Virtual.
Click here to learn about the CME credit information for our nurse practitioner CME and physician assistant CME conferences.
Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts offers CME for primary care clinicians in dermatology, orthopedics, cardiology, emergency medicine, women’s health, and more. Our CME conferences apply recent clinical study findings and guidelines to primary care practice. The CME conferences introduce new ideas and contemporary approaches, while providing extensive and influential networking opportunities for primary care clinicians.
Isn’t it time you make the most of your CME conference experience? Try Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts!
Our 2023 Conferences
CME for NPs, PAs, and Physicians
Choose From 9 Amazing Locations
REGISTER EARLY FOR BEST RATES!
June 13-16, 2023
June 26-29, 2023
MYRTLE BEACH, SC
August 8-11, 2023
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
August 29 – September 1, 2023
September 12-15, 2023
PENSACOLA BEACH, FL
October 3-6, 2023
SAN ANTONIO, TX
October 16-19, 2023
November 14-17, 2023
LAS VEGAS, NV
May 21-24, 2024
PENSACOLA BEACH, FL (MAY 2024)
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Our Primary Care CME Conference Topics
The Goal Of Our Primary Care CME Conferences
The goal of Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts’ CME conferences is to help nurse practitioners and physician assistants in primary care gain expertise and confidence so they can have more productive and assertive conversations with their patients. We are not a CME conference for specialists; instead, we are a CME conference for nurse practitioners and physician assistants who implement the latest diagnostic and treatment approaches for common health conditions found in a primary care setting.
How Can A Primary Care Provider Benefit From CME In Specialty Areas?
Primary Care Clinicians are frequently the first to see patients with a range of health conditions that usually fall within the five core topics of our in-person conferences and CME online courses. With the ever-changing nature of healthcare economics, it is vital for primary care clinicians to receive continued medical education on these topics so they can successfully treat their patients.
Choosing a CME Conference
Everyone has a different preference for earning CME, which is why we make In-person CME conferences and online CME courses available throughout the year. Both options provide comprehensive discussions on the topics that nurse practitioners and physician assistants require to provide the best patient care. Choose the format that’s best for you and start earning the CME credits you need for your career.