NYU Post-Graduate Medical School
The New York University Post-Graduate Medical School (NYU PGMS) was founded in 1948 as a result of the consolidation of the Post-Graduate Division of the College of Medicine and the New York Post-Graduate Medical School. The College of Medicine first began offering educational courses in 1914, and in 1945 it became organized into the Post-Graduate Division of the college. NYU PGMS became an accredited provider of Continuing Medical Education (CME) in March, 1975.
NYU PGMS today offers courses in almost all branches of medicine. NYU’s twenty-nine academic departments serve as the internal source of expertise for the identification of professional practice gaps. Together with the NYU PGMS, they plan and develop CME activities at NYU. Many academic departments are also represented on the CME Advisory Committee, which meets monthly to advise the CME program.
The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School adheres to ACCME Essential Areas and Policies, including the Standards for Commercial Support regarding industry in order to resolve any identified conflicts of interest, disclosure information is provided during the planning process to ensure resolution of any identified conflicts. Disclosure of faculty and commercial relationships as well as the discussion of unlabeled or unapproved use of any drug, device or procedure by the faculty will be fully disclosed at the meeting.
The Post-Graduate Medical School of the New York University School of Medicine, in compliance with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, requests any participant of this Continuing Medical Education course who is in need of accommodation to submit written requests to our office at least one month prior to the course date.