We offer self-directed online learning, in-person seminars, and occasional conferences. Topics range from billing for staff to evidence based clinical topics for providers. Some allow you to meet our program requirements, some describe our processes, and some offer FREE Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME).

All educational activities are listed in the Training Catalog. Check out all the choices that are available to you, and send us your feedback anytime!



Accreditation Statement:

The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries is accredited by the Washington State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Our CME mission is to advance provider knowledge, competence, and /or performance so Washington State's injured workers receive high quality evidence based care, and provider's interactions with L&I are timely and effective.

Our goals are to:

  1. Provide current evidence-based recommendations for treating injured workers.
  2. Share best practices to close treatment gaps and improve patient outcomes.
  3. Assist providers in their practice management by understanding the medical-legal environment of workers’ compensation.

Our program offers a variety of FREE self-directed trainings, videos, seminars, and workshops. Some qualify for free Category 1 CME* credit(s). You will find all of our offerings, links, dates, times and locations on the Training Catalog tab.

Training Catalog

Training Catalog

L&I's OMD Training Catalog includes opportunities for earn CME or CE certificates*.  The Learning Management System (LMS) requires registration.  For guidance, please review the New LMS Tutorial.

Need help? Call 360-902-5999 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Pacific). Email Web Customer Support.

*After each completed activity you will be able to generate your own CME or CE certificate.  Print or save them as needed because L&I cannot reproduce them.

Please note:  Medical Examiner’s Handbook (MEH) and Certification Test, 2015 Interagency Guideline on Prescribing Opioids for Pain modules, and self-reported modules are not affected.

Continuing Medical Education (CME):

  • Active Rehabilitation for Work-Related Low Back Conditions Describes best practices in Low Back Conditions. (Physicians and Chiropractors) Three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ *  
  • Attending Provider Resource Center - Basics of workers' compensation in WA State, plus linkages to programs, policies, and processes, making it easier for you to work with the system. (All attending providers) Three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
  • Conservative Care of Occupational Knee Conditions - An evidence based resource for the conservative management of occupational knee conditions. It includes best practices on diagnosis and practical resources to help inform treatment options and patient shared decision-making. (Physicians and Chiropractors) Three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ *  
  • Medical Examiner’s Handbook (MEH) and Certification Test - Describes requirements for quality independent medical examinations and impairment rating examinations. (Physicians) Three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ *
  • Reducing Disability: Psychosocial Determinants Influencing Recovery (PDIR) - This resource focuses on routine screening and methods to address psychosocial determinants influencing recovery -PDIR-. PDIR includes normal reactions to- and behavioral factors associated with work injuries that can affect recovery. Many factors contribute to their development including individual distress tolerance and coping skills. These are highly variable and affect workers differently. (Physicians and Chiropractors) Three -3- AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ *  
  • Surgical Guideline for Work-related Knee Injuries - This guideline reflects a best practice standard for surgical treatment of certain knee conditions sustained by injured workers treated in the Washington State worker’s compensation system under, Title 51 Revised Code of Washington (RCW). (Physicians and Chiropractors) Three (3) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ *  


Conferences and Seminars

Upcoming seminars

There are no upcoming seminars.