FAQ

Q. What will I learn from these courses?

All of the courses offered by the EDS Physician CME Education Program are geared toward strengthening physician understanding and describing the treatment of Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and related disorders. Because the subject matter is so diverse, once you have taken the mandatory Introduction we’ve broken the remaining content down into different courses, each covering one specific area of expertise.

Q. Who will benefit from these courses?

Since these patients are seen in a variety of clinical settings and the diagnosis is so often missed, physicians from many disciplines, from general practitioners to specialists, can benefit from more knowledge about Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes and related disorders.

Q. How much does it cost?

These courses are all free, including the CME credits. Donations are accepted to help fund the program.

Q. Who wrote the courses? How do I know they are reputable?

Our courses were written and presented by EDS expert physicians. Many are members of the International EDS Consortium. They have volunteered their valuable time and talent to provide these free programs.

About CME credits

Q. How can I earn CME credits?

Learners earn 1 CME credit for every 1 hour module they complete.

Q. Who is the accrediting organization?

CME credits are authorized by the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Q. How do I get a username and password?

To get a username and password, sign up at this link. Please remember to check your email address and make sure it is correct.

Q. What if I forget my password?

You may request a new password at this link. You must know your username OR the email address you used to sign up. You will be emailed a link to create a new password.

Q. Is it secure?

The EDS Physician CME Education Program uses the highest encryption standard available.

All pages are https:// similar to what banks use.

Your donations are processed with a secure method to protect your credit card information, as only PayPal keeps that.

Q. What if I have technical problems?

If you have technical problems, the best way to begin troubleshooting is to clear your browser’s cache and history. On a Windows system, press the buttons marked “Ctrl” and “Shift” and “Del” at the same time. This should bring up a menu to clear out your data. On a Macintosh system, press “Command” and “Shift” and “Delete.” If you continue to have problems, please contact us.