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Continuing Medical Education

FibonacciCME, our online Continuing Medical Educational Series, is now available FREE!

FibonacciCME is co-sponsored by the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson and includes up to 18 hours of CME Credit, AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ .

All you have to do is:

  1. Click on a CME article in our blog or on our APP

  2. Enter a valid email address on 

  3. Take the Quiz and complete a short evaluation. 

Medical topics of interest are designed for primary care, family medicine, internal medicine, urgent care, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. 

Recent CME Articles

FREE Online CME Features and Benefits


  • Access the APP on desktop, tablet, or phone 

  • New CME topics are released regularly

  • Read CME-eligible articles online

  • Take the corresponding quiz online for CME credit

  • Ability to retake the test multiple times

  • Articles available for PDF download

  • Each article worth 0.25 to 1.0 CME AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ credit hours

  • Each article is available for up to two years.

  • Faculty contributors from prominent medical schools


  • Meet your CME requirements up to 18 hours of CME credit free, available for up to 2 years.

  • Easy access to CME on any device with access to the Internet.

  • Wide variety of medical articles. 

  • Quick read of 40 to 45-minute articles of current interest to meet your CME requirements.

Ways to access the APP: 

How To Use FibonacciCME

STEP 1 - Read Article

Login into or click on your saved Chrome browser extension or your phone FibonacciMD icon. Click on FibonacciCME in the navigation bar, view the topics, and select the ACTION arrow to read the short article.

STEP 2 - Take Online Test

Answer the questions online. You will have multiple attempts to answer questions.

STEP 3 - Evaluation

Complete a short CME evaluation form.

You will receive your CME Certificate via email.

All you need is a valid email to take the test and receive CME credits!

Pick an article of interest and try it out! CME Articles

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