CME Opportunities and TPS Events


Annual Leadership Planning Summit (ALPS)
April 29-30, 2017
Austin, TX

TPS 2017 Annual Meeting
October 5-8, 2017
Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West


6th Annual Texas Campaign Symposium

March 29-31, 2017

Hilton DFW Executive Lakes Conference Center in Grapevine, Texas

The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, families, and communities across Texas by preventing unintended teen pregnancies. Our annual symposium is a three-day program that brings together professionals from across the state to participate in panel discussions, presentations and professional development workshops focused on providing the information, resources and tools necessary to create change and improve teen pregnancy rates in Texas.

Early-Bird Registration Available through March 1, 2017

For more information, visit
Event contacts: Melanie Chasteen, 512.791.5110, or
Lorraine Garcia, 512.766.7356,

TMA TexMed 2017

Our TexMed Conference 2017 will be hosting a Quality Improvement poster session May 5-6, 2017 in Houston, Texas at the Brown Convention Center. The QI session is open to a variety of QI abstracts. TMA staff (and committees/councils) would like to see some abstract submissions on HPV QI projects. Abstract submissions with an emphasis on HPV communication improvement would be greatly appreciated; that is, improving physician vaccine recommendations and communication to their patients in the clinical setting.

Please use this submission link

STAR Kids Information Sessions

Beginning November 1, 2016, the STAR Kids managed care program will provide Medicaid benefits to individuals with disabilities 20 and younger who receive Supplemental Security Income Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income and Medicare, receive services through the Medicaid Buy-in for Children, live in a community-based intermediate care facility for individuals with an intellectual disability or related condition (ICF/IID) or nursing facility, or are enrolled in home and community-based services waiver programs. 


Education in Quality Improvement for Pediatric Practice (EQIPP), an online CME program that provides MOC Part 4 credits, is now available to AAP members free of charge.

Texas Health Steps Online Provider Education: Self paced online courses that provide CME credit free of charge. These web-based modules provide relevant information and reference materials on more than 50 topics designed for physicians and providers who treat Texas children and youth. You can access useful resources on this site at any time on an unlimited basis, even when not taking a course. Offerings include courses, webinars, podcasts, case studies, and tutorials accessible through mobile devices.

NEW CME Courses:

Adolescent Substance Use

Disclaimer: Except for programs sponsored by TPS, AAP, TMA, or the AMA, listing of a CME activity does not represent an endorsement of the program by the TPS but is provided for informational purposes only.

For additional information, please contact

Membership Services Manager

401 West 15th Street, Suite 682
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 370-1517