Continuing Medical Education

About RIH Continuing Medical Education

The RIH CME program provides current, best practice ongoing medical education to the RIH medical staff and collegial opportunities for multidisciplinary engagement.

If there is a topic you would like covered or have an idea for a speaker, please email Anita Cranston at and share your suggestions.
Not every CME talk may be for you.

As the RIH CME program serves the specialists and family practice physicians, NP’s, MP’s and dentists that are privileged for Royal Inland Hospital, not every CME may be focused on your scope of practice. We are doing our best to provide content for all. If something is missing, please let us know.



Can’t make a CME talk time but still want to access a talk? All zoom CME talks are recorded and available for viewing as follows:
Option A:
Via an IH computer or via IHAnywhere, the entire collection is accessible here


All of the presentations from years past (DVD and streaming) can be searched through the library catalogue or via this saved search


As well, you can search the Library Catalogue to access the individual sessions. Again,
this must be done from an IH computer or via IHAnywhere.

Option B:
Use RIH CME recordings Vimeo Site

Access Code: MSAcme202!


The CME Zoom Link 

Meeting ID: 745 057 5141
Passcode: 1111

Call in: 778 907 2071

CME Speaker Package

Are you giving a CME talk? Compliance details forms & information can be found here.
Planning for a successful talk, whether you are giving a zoom or in-person talk, please read, fill out and send back forms, along with a brief bio and your slides for review within 48 hours of your scheduled talk.

Disclosure of Conflict of Interest Form

Consent to Record Form

Disclosure Slide Template Powerpoint

CME Meeting Resources Library

Interested in CME meeting resources?
In this section you can download CME resources shared or used during CME talk events – powerpoints, documents, images, etc.

Proteinuria Management March 2024

Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy (HDOP) and Long-term Effects on Women’s Health