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Clinical Continuing Education

St. Luke’s Office of Continuing Education leads the provision of clinical continuing education through an evolving interprofessional team model.

Our purpose is to assist with the provision of education for medical professionals throughout the region. We work to expand and maintain professional knowledge, competence, and performance needed to deliver exceptional patient-centered care and align with our strategic goals and initiatives.

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For Providers 

We are accredited by the Utah Medical Association (UMA) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for providers. 

We can partner with your team to plan clinical education activities and series.

For Nurses

We are approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association (MNA), and an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).

We provide credentialed courses that will meet your certification and licensure needs.


Joint Providership

If you are a St. Luke’s affiliate, we can partner with you to provide continuing education credits for an activity or series. We're ready to help you explore joint providership opportunities.

Please review the fee structure below and contact us for more information

Note: St. Luke's currently provides continuing medical education (CME) and nursing continuing professional development (NCPD). Fees are subject to change.

  • Joint Providership Series Fee Structure for Affiliates

    A course is identified as a Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS) when it is planned to have:

    • multiple sessions that occur on an ongoing basis (generally offered weekly, monthly, or quarterly),
    • is primarily planned by and presented to the organization’s professional staff.
    Examples of activities that are planned and presented as a Regularly Scheduled Series: Grand Rounds, Case Conferences, and Tumor Boards.


    Time from Activity Packet submission to start day 45+ Days 20 - 45 Days 5 - 19 Days
    Series (Quarterly): $300 $450 $600
    Series (Monthly): $450 $675 $900
  • Joint Providership Activity Fees for Affiliates

    A course that does not include the features of a regularly scheduled series is considered an activity. 

    Activities can be:

    • a one-time course or annual activity that happens once a year, and/or
    • can be offered at various locations, but includes the same speakers, objectives and content, and
    • can be planned by and presented to both internal and external providers.
    Examples of activities that are planned and presented as an Activity: Conferences, Symposia, and Seminars


    Time from Activity Packet submission to start day 45+ Days 20 - 45 Days 5 - 19 Days
    1 – 4 hour activity: $150 $225 $300
    4+ hour - 1-day activity: $300 $450 $600
    Multi-day Conference: $500/day $750/day $1000/day