Mayo Clinic Helps Medical Professionals Stay Sharp with Continuing Education Opportunities
More than 135,000 learners each year rely on Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science’s biggest school by enrollment — the Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development.
Each year, physicians and nonphysicians from all over the world take part in over 400 accredited educational opportunities the school offers for medical professionals to enhance their practice.
Staying at the forefront of medical knowledge and collaborating with the best and brightest minds at Mayo Clinic and around the country generate an educational opportunity that is unparalleled.
“The school is constantly evolving and innovating to ensure the highest value and engagement to support health care delivery in multiple transformative ways,” says Mitchell R. Humphreys, M.D., dean of the school.
Through a school dedicated to lifelong learning and specific needs, learners from many disciplines interact with world-class faculty to constantly exchange ideas and challenge traditional science with a quest for new knowledge that never stops. This way, medical professionals are able to anticipate and address patients’ needs — and will lead affirmative change in health care for generations to come.
With more than 400 programs and five schools, Mayo Clinic is dedicated to transforming medical education and research training to improve patient care, accelerate discovery and innovation, and advance the practice of medicine.