MD Learning Channel


A free, one-stop shop for clinical education resources.

The MD Learning Channel enables medical professionals worldwide to avail themselves of the knowledge and expertise of UAB Medicine physicians. You’ll find a variety of online learning courses covering most medical specialties, and discussing recent research findings, new procedures/techniques, and developments in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury. Please check back regularly, as we are continually adding exciting new content to keep you informed and engaged.

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UAB MedCast is an ongoing series of medical education and information podcasts (audio presentations that you can listen to on your computer, tablet, or smartphone). Designed as an extension of the MD Learning Channel, UAB MedCast highlights the latest clinical and research innovations at UAB Medicine. These podcasts – which qualify for CME credit – are ideal for physicians, nurses, technicians, and other medical professionals interested in staying abreast of clinical and research developments at UAB Medicine while earning CME credit.    Listen now >>>


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