The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs regulates continuing education for physicians.The general requirement is that a licensee applying for a biennial license renewal shall complete 100 continuing medical education credits in Category I or Category II courses, of which at least 40 shall be in Category I. Regulations detailing New Jersey’s continuing education requirements can be found at N.J.A.C. 13:35-6.15.
For more information on the American Medical Association’s continuing medical education credit system which forms the foundation for the State’s regulations see the AMA manual.
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