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CME-CPD: from Continuous Medical Education to Continuous Professional Development

in the Medical Field, in Europe (in connection with the EACCME (http://www.scoop.it/t/cme-cpd?q=eaccme) , where I am representing the Section of Medical Biopathology and Laboratory Medicine of UEMS (http://www.scoop.it/t/cme-cpd?q=uems), in France, in the USA and elsewhere in the world... where the field is thriving

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Medscape CME & Education App Apk Download for Android & iOS phones

Medscape CME & Education App Apk Download for Android & iOS phones | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Medscape CME & Education App is most popular in mobie users mobile App within Medical type which is created on 2015-07-07 12:04:51. Smartphone users Install Medscape CME & Education, You can Install from App store or use store.According to the information on App download page This Android & iOS...
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2018 Conference program - New York Vet 2018 - At last, affordable high-quality accredited CE for all North America

2018 Conference program - New York Vet 2018 - At last, affordable high-quality accredited CE for all North America | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Julie Allen Assistant Clinical Professor in Clinical Pathology, Cornell University Mary Sarah Bergh Affiliate Associate Professor, Iowa State University Brooke Britton Medical Oncologist, BluePearl Veterinary Partners Danielle Browning Soft Tissue Technician, University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center Peter S. Chapman Internal Medicine Specialist, VSEC – Blue Pearl Philadelphia Mary Gardner Co-Founder & CTO, Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice Andrew Hillier Medical Lead Dermatology, Zoetis Petcare Joseph A Impellizeri Veterinary Oncology Services, PLLC, Guardian Veterinary Specialists, Barrymore Center for Advanced Cancer Therapeutics Susan Little Owner, Bytown Cat Hospital David Maggs Professor, Comparative Ophthalmology, University of California, Davis Khursheed Mama Professor, Anesthesiology, Colorado State University Odie Marcovici Recruiting & Professional Relations Director, VCA Stanley L. Marks Professor of Small Animal Medicine, University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine Lisa Penny Registered Pharmacist, Fellow Society of Veterinary Hospital Pharmacist, Fellow American College of Veterinary Pharmacists; Director of Pharmacy, Cornell University Hospital for Animals Simon Platt Professor of Neurology & Neurosurgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia Rachel Poulin Midwest Director of Operations, Amerivet Veterinary Management Partners Andy Roark Founder, Uncharted Veterinary Conference, DrAndyRoark.com Stacee Santi CEO/Founder, Vet2Pet M. Katherine Tolbert Clin. Associate Professor of Medicine, Small Animal Clin Sci, Texas A&M University College of Vet Med & Biomed Sci
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New gene therapy CME activity: Updates on Clinical Trials of Gene Therapy in Hemophilia - Hemophilia World News

New gene therapy CME activity: Updates on Clinical Trials of Gene Therapy in Hemophilia - Hemophilia World News | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is pleased to announce the launch of the fifth and final activity in Clinical Advances in Gene Therapy for Hemophilia, an online continuing medical education (CME) program developed in collaboration with the National Hemophilia Foundation, the European Haemophilia Consortium and Medscape Education. The program is designed for clinicians but is available to everyone. Updates on Clinical Trials of Gene Therapy in Hemophilia Thierry VandenDreissche, PhD 0.50 CME/ABIM MOC. Released September 25, 2018 and valid for credit through September 26, 2019. In the Updates on Clinical Trials of Gene Therapy in Hemophilia clinical article, Thierry VandenDreissche (Brussels, Belgium) takes an in-depth look at the advances made during recent early phase gene therapy clinical trials in hemophilia that have paved the way for the pivotal phase 3 studies. The article examines the technical challenges faced by the initial approaches and the distinct solutions advanced for hemophilia A and B. It reviews the key results of the most promising studies to date and looks at the directions current research is taking for each. The questions that follow allow learners to see how much they have understood about on-going gene therapy clinical trials in hemophilia and the clinical data that have emerged from these studies. The full Gene Therapy CME program is now available on the WFH eLearning Platform. This program of five activities covers a range of fascinating subjects, including the science behind gene therapy for hemophilia, the latest safety and efficacy data from clinical trials and the potential role for gene therapy in addressing the challenges of current treatment options in the developed and the developing world. Clinicians can qualify for CME credits for each activity (valid through May to September 2019), and all learners can obtain a completion certificate, or simply use the program to enhance their knowledge of gene therapy in hemophilia. Click on the following links to learn more about the other activities in the Clinical Advances in Gene Therapy for Hemophilia program. Learn about Activity #1, “Test Your Knowledge of Gene Therapy for Hemophilia”, and Activity #2, “Gene Therapy: Past, Present, and Future”. Learn about Activity #3, “The Science of Gene Therapy for Hemophilia”. Learn about Activity #4, “Why Gene Therapy for Hemophilia? Exploring the Challenges of Current Therapies”.
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EKG Interpretation Continuing Medical Education - 10 CME

EKG Interpretation Continuing Medical Education - 10 CME | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
ECG / EKG interpretation explained CLEARLY by renowned instructor Dr. Seheult. Earn up to 10 hours of category 1 CME credit.
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Hepatitis C Online

Hepatitis C Online | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
HCV Medications Medication Summaries Clinical Studies Slide Decks Learn about medications to treat HCV » Course Modules Browse the Online Course Materials Sign In and Track Your Progress Free Continuing Education Start the Online Course » Slide Lectures State-of-the-Art Expert Faculty Mini-Lectures Explore the Slide Lectures library » Core Concepts Concise Topic Reviews Up-to-Date Content Downloadable PDFs  See the extensive Core Concepts library » Clinical Calculators APRI, AUDIT-C; BMI, CAGE; CTP, MELD, SAAG, and more Discover the Clinical Calculators » 0 1 2 3 4 Course Modules Screening and Diagnosis of Hepatitis C Infection For any clinician who may encounter persons with hepatitis C virus infection and would like to establish core competence in testing for hepatitis C, counseling patients on preventing hepatitis C transmission, and diagnosing acute hepatitis C infection. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Screening and Diagnosis of Hepatitis C Infection Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit Evaluation, Staging, and Monitoring of Chronic Hepatitis C Intended for clinicians involved in long-term management of persons with chronic hepatitis C infection. Content includes initial evaluation, natural history, preventing liver damage, staging of liver fibrosis, evaluation of cirrhosis, surveillance for hepatocellular carcinoma, and recognition of extrahepatic manifestations. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Evaluation, Staging, and Monitoring of Chronic Hepatitis C Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit Management of Cirrhosis-Related Complications Addresses the diagnosis and management of complications that may arise in person with chronic HCV infection and cirrhosis, including ascites, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, varicies, hepatic encephalopathy, and referral for liver transplantation. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Management of Cirrhosis-Related Complications Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit Evaluation and Preparation for Hepatitis C Treatment For clinicians evaluating persons with chronic HCV infection for hepatitis C treatment, including clinicians who will independently assess treatment candidacy and clinicians who will provide treatment candidacy with assistance from a hepatitis C expert. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Evaluation and Preparation for Hepatitis C Treatment Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection For clinicians treating chronic hepatitis C infection. Material covered includes recommendations for treatment-naïve and treatment-experienced persons with chronic HCV infection genotypes 1-6, based on the Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and Infectious Diseases Society of America (AASLD-IDSA) HCV Guidance. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Infection Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit Treatment of Key Populations and Unique Situations Designed for clinicians who manage key populations of persons living with HCV and/or complex HCV-related unique treatment issues. Material covered is at an advanced level. Overview / Quick Reference Rapidly access info about Treatment of Key Populations and Unique Situations Self-Study CNE/CME Track your progress and receive CE credit About Hepatitis C Online Hepatitis C Online is a free educational web site from the University of Washington.  The site is a comprehensive resource that addresses the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of hepatitis C virus infection.  Contributors Take the Free Online Course Browse or create an account and track your progress as you work through the course.  After registering, you can obtain free CME or CNE credit.
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Key Insights in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: from Lymphoma & Myeloma 2018

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In this Key Insights™ activity, Drs. Morton Coleman and Richard R. Furman discuss CLL-related highlights from Lymphoma & Myeloma 2018: An International Congress on Hematologic Malignancies.
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Educational Activities

See upcoming ACR courses, meetings, webinars, and other educational activities for rheumatologists and health professionals.
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Welcome to New York Vet! - New York Vet 2018 - At last, affordable high-quality accredited CE for all North America

Welcome to New York Vet! - New York Vet 2018 - At last, affordable high-quality accredited CE for all North America | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
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CME Quiz Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical Features & Laboratory Evaluation | OpenCME

CME Quiz Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical Features & Laboratory Evaluation | OpenCME | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Multiple Sclerosis: Clinical Features & Laboratory Evaluation...
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Influenza 2018-2019: Are you ready?

Influenza 2018-2019: Are you ready? | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
DATE: November 8, 2018TIME:  9:00AM PDTAnnual epidemics of influenza place a substantial burden on the health of people in the United States. CDC estimates that influenza has
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Core continuing professional development (CPD) topics for the European dentist

Author S. Bailey A. Bullock J. Cowpe E. Barnes H. Thomas R. Thomas A. Kavadella A. Kossioni T. Karaharju-Suvanto K. Suomalainen H. Kersten E. Povel M. Giles A.D. Walmsley U. Soboleva A. Liepa I. Akota Year 2013 Title Core continuing professional development (CPD) topics for the European dentist Journal European Journal of Dental Education Volume | Issue number 17 | 1 Pages (from-to) e82-e87 Document type Article Faculty Faculty of Dentistry (ACTA)Abstract Introduction In the context of free movement, EU-citizens need assurance that dental practitioners providing their care have a degree/license to practice that meets EU-standards and that they maintain their knowledge and skills through ongoing education. Aim One aim of the ‘DentCPD’ project (HYPERLINK ‘http://www.dentcpd.orgwww.dentcpd.org) was to identify and agree essential CPD requirements for EU dentists. This paper reports the consensus process and outcomes. Methods Agreement on core components of CPD was achieved through a three stage process: an online survey of dental educators' (n = 143) views on compulsory topics; a paper-based questionnaire to practitioners (n = 411); leading to a proposal discussed at the Association for Dental Education (ADEE) 2011 Lifelong Learning special interest group (SIG). Results From the online survey and practitioner questionnaire, high levels of agreement were achieved for medical emergencies (89%), infection control (79%) and the medically compromised patient (71%). The SIG (34 attendees from 16 countries) concluded that these three CPD topics plus radiation protection should be core-compulsory and three CPD topics should be core-recommended (health and safety, pain management, and safeguarding children & vulnerable adults). They also agreed that the teaching of all topics should be underpinned by evidence-based dentistry. Conclusion Building four core topics into CPD requirements and making quality-approved education and training available will ensure that all dentists have up-to-date knowledge and skills in topic areas of direct relevance to patient safety. In turn, this will contribute to patients having access to comparably high standards of oral health care across Europe. URL go to publisher's site Language English Permalink http://hdl.handle.net/11245/1.391411 Disclaimer/Complaints regulations If you believe that digital publication of certain material infringes any of your rights or (privacy) interests, please let the Library know, stating your reasons. In case of a legitimate complaint, the Library will make the material inaccessible and/or remove it from the website. Please Ask the Library, or send a letter to: Library of the University of Amsterdam, Secretariat, Singel 425, 1012 WP Amsterdam, The Netherlands. You will be contacted as soon as possible.
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11th annual european CME Forum

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11th annual european CME Forum

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We have now had our 11th Annual European CME Forum – 7-9 November 2018, which took place at The King’s Fund – “the think-tank of the NHS” in central London, UK. See the meeting page for further information and downloads as we prepare them.

While we are working on these, you may be interested in this recent publication “Ascent to the Summit of the CME Pyramid” in JAMA by Robin Stevenson and Don Moore, about measuring outcomes in CME. Robin is also the Editor-in-Chief of our own Diamond open access peer review and now PubMed IndexedJournal of European CME (JECME). JECME is in the midst of publishing a series of manuscripts from across all the stakeholder groups in European CME, with some fascinating, and even contentious viewpoints being presented, take a look and engage yourself in the discussion here. Don Moore has also published a successor paper to his original work describing the Outcomes Framework, titled “A conceptual framework for planning and assessing learning in continuing education activities designed for clinicians in one profession and/or clinical teams“, having worked with his co-authors, who were also co-presenters, to test these concepts in practice at European CME Forum, and other meetings.

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Online CME Programs With New York Focus - MLMIC

Online CME Programs With New York Focus - MLMIC | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
MLMIC's library of online CME programs offer a wide variety of New York-focused CME courses on leading risk management topics.
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Quality Professional Development in health and well being » Medica CPD

Quality Professional Development in health and well being » Medica CPD | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Providing professional development training courses, conference and events to healthcare professionals to improve the mental health, wellness and well-being of children and young people, and also to enable healthcare, social care and education workers to provide the best care, practical strategies...
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Earn CME Credit & Prepare for the ABVM Certification - Society for Vascular Medicine

Earn CME Credit & Prepare for the ABVM Certification - Society for Vascular Medicine | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The SVM Online Board Review Course is outstanding way for vascular medicine professionals to prepare for the vascular medicine board exam and improve and expand their knowledge of vascular medicine.
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Annals for Educators - 6 November 2018 | Annals of Internal Medicine | American College of Physicians

Clinical Practice Points Clinical Outcomes Associated With Sickle Cell Trait. A Systematic Review In the United States, 2.5 million to 3 million persons live with sickle cell trait (SCT), including an estimated 6% to 9% of the African American populations. Is SCT a benign carrier state? This systematic review examines evidence regarding risks for 24 adverse clinical outcomes in children and adults with SCT. Use this study to: Ask your learners why SCT is so common. Ask a hematologist to review the blood smears of patients with sickle cell anemia and SCT with your team. How does SCT come to the attention of medical providers? In what clinical situations is the finding of SCT relevant? Ask your learners what risks of SCT are. What does this review find? How would your learners counsel a patient with SCT who inquires about the importance of this trait for her or his health? Should it alter his or her care or behavior? The Next Stage of Buprenorphine Care for Opioid Use Disorder This special article addresses current evidence and recommendations regarding buprenorphine care for opioid use disorder. It debunks prior thinking regarding the use of buprenorphine (e.g., that it cannot be safely started at home or used in combination with benzodiazepines, and that patient relapse indicates treatment failure). Use this paper to: Ask your learners when buprenorphine therapy is indicated. When is it contraindicated? When indicated, how should it be started? Read each of the “Previous approach” statements to your learners. How do they respond to each? Then, review what the authors say current practice and recommendations should be. The authors note that a requirement for traditional counseling is ill advised. Why? Use the accompanying editorial to help frame your discussion. Ask your learners who may prescribe buprenorphine. Who provides buprenorphine care at your institution, and how should your learners arrange for the care of a patient in need? Invite a specialist in opioid use disorder treatment to join your discussion. Annals Graphic Medicine - Paused This comic (yes, a comic!) visually captures the experience of a patient with menopausal symptoms. Use this feature to: Start a teaching session with a multiple-choice question. We've provided one below! Ask your learners to list the possible symptoms of menopause. Which are more common? Which might be overlooked? Use the information in DynaMed Plus: Menopause, a benefit of your ACP membership. Do your learners ask patients about menopausal symptoms? Is testing required to diagnose menopause? What options are available for treatment of vasomotor symptoms? How do menopausal symptoms affect a patient's quality of life? What do your learners tell their patients about the likely duration of menopausal symptoms? In the Clinic In the Clinic: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has significantly increased in prevalence in parallel with increasing obesity and is now the most common cause of chronic liver disease in the United States and worldwide. With increasing rates of obesity and metabolic syndrome, NAFLD is now the leading cause of liver enzyme abnormalities in the United States. Do your learners know how to recognize it, why it is important, and how to manage patients? Use this feature to: Ask your learners how NAFLD is defined. How does it differ from nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, and why is the distinction important? Use Table 1 to help. Who is at risk for NAFLD? How is the diagnosis made? Are there symptoms? What is the differential diagnosis? What testing should be considered, and why? Use Table 2. When should liver biopsy be considered? How should patients with NAFLD be managed? When should a gastroenterologist be consulted? Log on to answer the multiple-choice questions and earn CME/MOC credit for yourself! Use the questions to help introduce topics for teaching. Practicing Medicine Compensation Disparities by Gender in Internal Medicine This brief research report evaluated physician compensation by gender among American College of Physician internists. Use this study to: Ask your learners whether they believe women and men receive equal pay for equal work in fields other than medicine. What about physicians who practice internal medicine and its subspecialties? What did this study find? Are your learners surprised? What do your learners think are the potential reasons for the lower median compensations to women than men? What barriers continue to impede remedying the long-recognized discrepancy in pay? What remedies do your learners think are needed? Use the accompanying editorial to help frame your discussion. How will these issues affect your learners when they apply for and accept positions following their training? How should they approach the issue when discussing payment with potential employers? To whom may your learners turn for advice? Ten Principles for More Conservative, Care-Full Diagnosis Physicians must navigate a balance between under- and overdiagnosis, both of which may harm patients. The authors discuss core principles to help find this balance and foster a thoughtful, patient-centered, more conservative approach to diagnosis. Use this paper to: Ask your learners what factors contribute to over- and underdiagnosis. Why is each potentially harmful? The authors emphasize that we need to accept uncertainty as part of the diagnostic and caring process. Why? In what way must we “rethink symptoms”? Do your learners agree? How might the approach advocated by the authors help to improve diagnostic approaches and patient care? MKSAP 17 Question A 54-year-old woman is evaluated for severe hot flushes that started about 12 months ago. They occur several times each night, waking her from sleep. They also occur throughout the day, disturbing her concentration at work. She reports being tired with emotional lability. She does not feel depressed but is very frustrated by her symptoms and moodiness. She also reports vaginal dryness with intermittent dyspareunia and is using lubricants with minimal relief. She does not have dysuria and has not noted any abnormal vaginal discharge. She has tried black cohosh, yoga, and increased exercise, but her discomfort persists. Medical history is otherwise significant for hypertension and negative for thromboembolism or cardiac disease. She underwent hysterectomy 5 years ago for fibroids. She is up to date with scheduled health screening interventions, including mammography. Her only medication is hydrochlorothiazide. On physical examination, blood pressure is 136/80 mm Hg, and her other vital signs are normal. Speculum examination shows pale vaginal mucosa with decreased rugae. The remainder of the physical examination, including the breast examination, is normal. Which of the following is the most appropriate treatment? A. Oral estradiol-progestin B. Oral progestin C. Transdermal estradiol D. Vaginal estradiol Correct Answer C. Transdermal estradiol Educational Objective Treat severe menopausal vasomotor symptoms in a woman whose uterus has been removed. Critique Transdermal estradiol without a progestin is the most appropriate choice for this patient with severe vasomotor symptoms of menopause that are refractory to conservative treatment and are affecting her quality of life. Systemic estrogen improves both hot flushes and genitourinary symptoms. She has had a hysterectomy and therefore does not require the use of a progestin to oppose the proliferative effects of estrogen on the endometrium, making therapy with estrogen alone an appropriate treatment option. The use of hormones to treat menopausal symptoms requires balancing potential benefits and risks, and an individualized risk profile must be considered. This patient is recently menopausal, younger than 60 years, and does not have a history of thromboembolism or cardiac disease or have an increased risk for breast cancer. Treatment with systemic estrogen would be a reasonable choice and can be administered orally or transdermally by patch, gel, or spray. There is some evidence that transdermal estrogen may be associated with less thromboembolic risk than oral estrogen by avoiding the hepatic first-pass effect. All formulations are equally effective for treating vasomotor symptoms. Current evidence does not support the use of progestin alone to treat vasomotor symptoms. Although progestins may improve vasomotor symptoms, safety data for progestin alone are lacking. Also, in the Women's Health Initiative, the risk of breast cancer was increased in the estrogen and medroxyprogesterone acetate arm, but not in the estrogen-alone arm, raising concern that the risk of breast cancer may be related to progestin use. Therefore, a progestin alone is not the most appropriate choice for the management of vasomotor symptoms. Vaginal estradiol therapy is useful in treating menopausal genitourinary symptoms, including dryness, itching, dysuria, and dyspareunia. However, local topical treatment does not alleviate vasomotor or other systemic menopausal symptoms. In this patient who has both vaginal symptoms and severe vasomotor symptoms, vaginal treatment alone would not be adequate. Key Point In women without a uterus taking systemic estrogen therapy for management of menopausal symptoms, concurrent progestin is not indicated. Bibliography ACOG Practice Bulletin No. 141: management of menopausal symptoms. Obstet Gynecol. 2014 Jan;123(1):202-16. Do you like reading Annals for Educators? Receive it direct to your inbox. Sign up for the Annals for Educators alert today.
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New Medical Education Organization, eMedEd, Sets a Higher Standard of Excellence

New Medical Education Organization, eMedEd, Sets a Higher Standard of Excellence | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Basking Ridge, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 06, 2018 -- By reimagining CME/CE with the desire to raise the bar, a new medical education organization was...
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Donald Harting MA, MS, ELS, CHCP on LinkedIn: "Best Practices for Writing CME Needs Assessments: 2017 Survey Results Here is a snip of our poster displayed at the American Medical Writers Associati...

Donald Harting MA, MS, ELS, CHCP on LinkedIn: "Best Practices for Writing CME Needs Assessments: 2017 Survey Results Here is a snip of our poster displayed at the American Medical Writers Associati... | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
November 5, 2018: Donald Harting MA, MS, ELS, CHCP posted images on LinkedIn
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Over 300 national, global neurologists participate in 11th Continuing Medical Education seminar

Over 300 national, global neurologists participate in 11th Continuing Medical Education seminar | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
More than 300 national and global neurologists participated in a day-long 11th Continuing Medical Education (CME) seminar.
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Research Opportunities | ACCME

ACCME Data
Each year, we produce a data report, based on aggregate data from all the accredited providers in our system. In response to requests from the CME community, we are now making available the data for research purposes. This data will be anonymized and confidential.
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E-course on Thrombosis. EHA Learning Center. Course Faculty . Oct 1 2018; 233290

E-course on Thrombosis. EHA Learning Center. Course Faculty . Oct 1 2018; 233290 | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Instantly find & access educational materials and complete eLearning activities at your leisure. Native iPad/iPhone/Android Apps are available for the convenience of on-the-go users.
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UCLA DGSOM Continuing Medical Education | CME Courses

UCLA DGSOM Continuing Medical Education | CME Courses | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Course Directors Simin Bahrami, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Abdominal Imaging and Interventions Department of Radiological Sciences Melissa Joines, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Course Speakers Katrina Beckett, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Abdominal and Acute Care Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Kathleen Brown, MD Professor of Clinical Radiology* Section Chief of Thoracic Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Rena Desai Callahan, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine* Hematology, Medical Oncology and Internal Medicine Department of Medicine Jane Dascalos, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Nicole Ann Dawson, MD Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine* Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology Department of Pathology Laura Doepke, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology* Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Cheryce Fischer, MD Professor of Radiology* Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Anne Hoyt, MD Professor of Radiology* Medical Director and Section Chief of Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Amy Marie Kusske, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery* Division of General Surgery Department of Surgery Sanaz Memarzadeh, MD, PhD Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology* Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Director, G.O. Discovery Laboratory UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center Maitraya Patel, MD Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology* Medical Director of Ultrasound Department of Radiological Sciences Kara-Lee Pool, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Pediatric and Breast Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Marcella Press, MD, PhD Associate Clinical Professor of Cardiology* General and Interventional Cardiology Department of Medicine Ashley Prosper, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology* Thoracic and Diagnostic Cardiovascular Imaging Department of Radiological Sciences Pablo J. Villablanca, MD Professor of Radiological Sciences* Director, Radiology Pain Service Department of Radiological Sciences *David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
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