Continuing Medical Education
Mayo Clinical Updates for Medical Professionals
Highlights of some new developments and trends in medical practice and research at Mayo Clinic
The Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development
Provides both on and off-campus programs for medical professionals and the registration fee is waived for Emeritus staff
Physician Meeting & Travel Guide
Searchable database of CME conferences. Registration required but the site is free to use.
Limited number of conference listed but also a source for CME from their site
Mayo Alumni Association
Events and Programs sponsored by the Mayo Alumni Association which included region and specialty meetings are available on login
Take a course from your Community Education, buy or download a book, start a book or movie club. It's up to you but exercise those little grey cells.
Volunteers are a vital part of Mayo Clinic's mission to provide the best care to every patient. Every day, volunteers of all ages spend countless hours serving patients and visitors in key areas throughout Mayo Clinic. If you have the heart to volunteer, you will be fulfilled in a unique way. In giving, you will receive so much more.
For more information on volunteering, select the site that is closest to you on Volunteering at Mayo Clinic.
Administrative Talent Pool
(An Emeriti Partnership Program)
Mayo Clinic has approved the creation of a talent pool of emeriti who have skills and interest in temporary supplemental employment performing non-clinical administrative work. The program is designed to support work at all three Mayo sites, is available to all emeriti (M.D., PhD, and administrative) at all sites and may include non-clinical work in all three shields.
Emeriti are being recruited to fill temporary needs leading and completing work such as new projects or initiatives, leadership coaching, and interim and supplemental assignments. The program began in a limited capacity in 2018 and has been very successful. We are expecting continued need and growth in 2019 as the need for flexible skilled staff grows, as communication to Mayo Clinic leadership continues and as more emeriti are interested in flexible work. Several departments have employed a small number of emeriti in the past. The enterprise emeriti administrative partnership program is designed to assure a consistent and organized re-employment process and is led by Mayo Clinic Human Resource shared service.
The process for physicians returning to clinical practice in supplemental roles is outside the scope of this program and will continue to be handled by their respective specialty department with formal Personnel Committee approval.
For more information, click here. Questions may be directed to Admintalentpool@mayo.edu.
Travel, Leisure and Social Activities
Resource for all of us:
Perkspot - A Mayo Clinic resource for discounts, programs and activities. In December 2015, Perkspot began managing discounts for all Mayo employees. All previous discounts are included in the Perkspot program, along with additional national and local retailers, restaurants, gyms, travel and more.
For specific activities in your region, select your website location below:
General Travel Resources for all Mayo Clinic Emeriti:
Carrousel Travel for Mayo Employees - this is the travel website for Leisure & Lifestyle Activities for Mayo Clinic Employees and Retirees. Here you'll find exciting information about upcoming trips as well as memories from past trips
Health Information for International Travel - Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website with reliable information about vaccines for travelers, travel health notices, precautions and updates.
For specific travel opportunities in your region, look to your local website below: