#MEAction has teamed up with the Time for Unrest Campaign to make using Unrest as a tool for medical education easier than ever. US healthcare providers – doctors, nurses, physician assistants, therapists and social workers– can now watch Unrest and receive continuing medical education credits (CME/CE) through the American Medical Women’s Association and Indiana University School of Medicine.
Now is the time to educate our healthcare providers about myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). Sign up below to host a screening of Unrest in your community at a local hospital, university, nursing school or other institution, and invite your community’s medical providers. After the screening, attendees will watch a short video by Dr. David Kaufman on the diagnosis and management of ME, and take a short, online test to receive credit.
Doctors and clinicians are always looking for easy, accessible ways to complete CME/CEs, which they are required to do in order to maintain their licenses. Bringing together the community around this critically-acclaimed documentary is a highly effective tool for building allies for ME within the medical profession.
We have put together a comprehensive toolkit to help you pack the room with viewers! Our toolkit includes a step-by-step guide for securing a location, planning and promoting the event. Once you sign up to host a screening (below), we will get you started with all of the tools.
All organizers hosting medical education screenings through this #MEAction-Unrest partnership will receive a community screening fee waiver code. We want it to make it easier than ever to go out into your community and use Unrest as a tool for change.
The Unrest CME/CE program is currently only available to medical providers in the U.S. If you are interested in learning how you can support our efforts to accredit Unrest for continuing education in other countries, please email email@example.com.Host a CE Screening
The Time for Unrest campaign kicked off this tour with a packed screening at Harvard Medical School in February. In March, we transitioned the film campaign to #MEAction. Leveraging our staff and network of volunteers, we want to bring the live event to ten more, major medical schools, nursing schools, hospitals, and other leading health institutions around the country in the next year, starting with our screening at Stanford Medical School on November 15th. You can support those efforts by making a donation to fund outreach and travel.Support the Tour
If you are unable to host a community screening but still want to alert your medical provider to this important opportunity, we also encourage you to reach out to your doctor, nurse or social worker via email or in-person, and ask them to complete the CME/CE module by registering to watch Unrest online. You can:
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Medical providers can get started directly on their CME/CE by watching Unrest online and completing the short test.Register to Watch UNREST