AJSM Current Concepts for (Journal CME)


The American Journal of Sports Medicine’s Current Concepts CME activity tests your knowledge and application of material presented in Current Concept articles.  Earn one credit per article towards your Part II MOC CME requirements after completing a short online post-test and evaluation.  This activity provides you with researched-based information and application of critical topics in sports medicine with the most updated information for you to reflect, evaluate, and use in your practice. 

This is an easy and convenient way to get your Orthopaedic CME credits for articles that you are already reading!

 To access the activity once purchased, please click on "My Online Education" under MyAOSSM on the blue horizontal navigation menu.
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Clinical Effect of a Rotator Cuff Retear - March 2017

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Explain the clinical impact of a rotator cuff retear
  2. 2.Discuss what is known and not known about a defect after rotator cuff repair in terms of subjective outcomes as well strength


1.0 CME Credit


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Meniscal Repair w/Concurrent ACL Reconstruction - March 2017

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Recognize that inside-out meniscus suturing have lower reoperation rates within two years of repair compared to all-inside suture techniques when performed with ACL reconstruction
  2. Explain when inside-out versus all inside techniques should be utilized


1.0 CME Credit


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CC2017G
Functional Movement Screen - March 2017

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Discuss the Functional Movement Screen as a pre-activity screening tool
  2. Recognize the Functional Movement Screen in its composite form as a reliable tool to predict risk of injury in athletes
  3. Explain the limitations of the Functional Movement Screen secondary to unsubstantiated validity and limited literature on application


1.0 CME Credit


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CC2017F
Outcomes After Shoulder and Elbow in Baseball - Feb 2017
Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to discuss the importance, relevance, and frequency of patient reported outcome measures as they pertain to baseball shoulder and elbow injuries.

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CC2017E
Pediatric ACL Reconstruction - February 2017
Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:
  1. Describe the appropriate surgical techniques that may be used for pediatric patients requiring ACL reconstruction.
  2. Evaluate the the potential risk factors for revision or contralateral ACL injury.
  3. Assess what grafts are post appropriate in pediatric patients requiring ACL reconstructions.


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CC2017D
PRP in Treatment of Tendinopathy - January 2017

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. Describe the difference between leucocyte-poor (LP-PRP) and leucocyte-rich (LR-PRP Platelet-rich plasma preparations (PRP).
  2. Describe the effect different controls, such as cortisone or normal saline, have on the outcome of RCTs in tendinopathy studies.



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CC2017C
Return to Golfing - January 2017

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. Discuss safe return to play after joint arthroplasty with patients and providers.
  2. Explain sport specific golfing outcomes based on the literature.
  3. Describe the biomechanics of a golf swing.



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CC2017B
Repair of Isolated Meniscal Tears - January 2017

Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:

  1. List the indications, contraindications, methods, and economic impact of meniscal repairs.
  2. Identify weaknesses of a systematic review comparing two treatment methods.
  3. Explain how the various methods of meniscal repair compare in terms of functional outcomes, clinical failure rates, and other complications.



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CC2017A
Genetic Predisposition to ACL Tear - December 2016
Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:
  1. Identify genetic factors that could predispose an individual to an ACL tear.
  2. Discuss the reasons why an ACL tear occurs and how to prevent them.
  3. Identify areas for further research regarding genetic factors that could predispose an individual to an ACL tear.


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Biologic Treatments for Sports Injuries II - Dec 2016
Upon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:
  1. Describe the current status of the use of stem cells in regenerative applications in sports medicine.
  2. Explain the rationale for using preparations of growth factors, including those derived from autologous platelets, in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
  3. Recognize the framework of regulatory systems and appropriate pathways for introduction of human cellular and tissue-based products (HCT/Ps).
  4. Identify pre-clinical strategies for improving healing in ligament reconstruction.
  5. Characterize pre-clinical and early clinical studies on the treatment of tendinopathy.


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