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On this page, you will find links to library-owned streaming videos and podcasts. There are more items, individual DVDs, available through our online catalog on the library's home page. Please contact us at or     (605) 357-1400 if you need help finding a specific resource.



What is NCME?

Since 1965, the Network for Continuing Medical Education (NCME) has provided quality medical programming for healthcare professionals.  Through NCME TV, an online service of one hour CME video programs, health professionals may earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit, Prescribed Credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians, or Category 2A from the American Osteopathic Association.


For more information about NCME TV and NCME Daily Medical News Alerts, please click here:   NCME TV

Nursing Education in Video

Nursing Education in Video is a unique online collection of videos created specifically for the education and training of nurses, nursing assistants, and other healthcare workers.

It is produced by Alexander Street Press, LLC, with the guidance of the Medcom-Trainex advisory board. The videos can be embedded into a class Web site or into an electronic syllabus.

To access this online resource, please use your USD username and password OR Wegner Center Library username and password and click on the link below. Individuals from SDSU College of Nursing will need to use their SDSU username and password or what they use to get into their MyState Online accounts.

Link for Nursing Education in Video series

 Please let the library know (357-1400) if you have any access issues.

Have You Registered?

WELCOME!  We hope you enjoy our institutional / online access to the monthly NCME programs.  Please choose the appropriate link below to enter the system.

PLEASE NOTE:  An ID number is needed for the registration process.  Partners of the Wegner Center can contact the library (PH: 357-1400 or 1-800-521-2987 or Email: for this number.  

    Please complete a one-time registration. On future visits to the site, only your email address and personal password will be needed.

Current NCME Webcasts

Current NCME programs are available in webcast format.  For a listing of past programs in VHS/DVD format, please click this link --  Wegner Catalog -- and search using the keyword NCME.

Current NCME programs include:


  • The Role of the Hospitalist in Contemporary Patient Care  
  • Palliative Care and Hospice  
  • 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Preparedness  
  • Gender Differences in Acute Coronary Syndromes Care and Outcomes  
  • Improving Acute Pain Management in Children: Essential Tools, Techniques, and Treatments  
  • The Febrile Child  
  • Venous Thromboembolism: Prophylaxis in Medical and Surgical Patients  
  • Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease  
  • Best Practices in Blood Management  
  • Applying the ACC/AHA 2007 Guidelines for UA/NSTEMI in Clinical Practice  
  • Managing Diabetes in the Hospital  
  • Domestic Violence: Still A ''New'' Agenda in Healthcare  
  • Applying New ACC/AHA Guidelines for STEMI in 2008  
  • In-Hospital Stroke: An Evidence-Based Approach to Recognition and Management  
  • Is It Delirium or Dementia? How to Differentiate and Manage the Two Common Age-related Conditions  
  • Diet as a Means to Prevent and Control Elevated Blood Pressure  
  • Preventing Falls in Older Hospitalized Adults: Six Steps to Lower Liability and Reduce Nonreimbursed Costs  
  • Report From the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City – August 3-8, 2008  
  • Antimicrobial Resistance: 12 Simple Steps Toward Prevention  
  • Update on Bioterrorism  
  • What Language Are You Speaking? Improving Communication as a Safety, Quality, and Efficiency Imperative  
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Overview and Psychosocial Treatments  
  • Measuring and Improving the Quality and Safety of Medical Care: Beyond Joint Commision  
  • Medical Ethics: Informed Consent to Medical Treatment  
  • Influenza Update  
  • Acute Pediatric Asthma: Therapeutic Evidence and Controversies  

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Questions or Concerns?


Please contact us at:
(605) 357 – 1400
(605) 357 – 1490 (fax)

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