Professional Development & Networking

Group of people at a networking event

Health care professionals from across the region take advantage of a variety of professional development and networking opportunities offered by the College of Medicine. Development opportunities range from formal training for continued certification for health care professionals – to nationally recognized expert speakers – to collaborative efforts with external partners. 

These events add value to student’s education, resident’s training and to the rich professional relationships our faculty and staff maintain with state and regional health care organizations, agencies, community partners, corporations and the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe.


Expert Speakers & Regional Forums

Regional Grand Rounds with Dr. Reddy and Dr. Rosca

Leading national experts on a variety of education, medical and community health issues regularly present to groups within the College. These events are often open to members of other Colleges, partner health care organizations and area physicians. The College also hosts annual forums for leaders across the state of Michigan to gather and discuss critical issues such as opioid addiction, pain management and mental health.

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Continuing Medical Education

Faculty, Students, Residents, Staff at C.M.E session

CMU College of Medicine is an accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME) for physicians, nurses, and members of the interprofessional healthcare team who benefit from education and training on evidence-based medical knowledge, patient care and procedural skills, practice-based learning and improvement, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, systems-based practice, and values and ethics.

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Faculty Development

Spreaker presenting The Secreat of Long Life

The College of Medicine offers events to deliver faculty development programming. These events are streamed live and archived for future viewing. Physicians can claim CME credit for participating in faculty development activities. The College is part of a state-wide network of medical schools involved in a peer coaching program.

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Professional Development Information