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Zimbabwe: National E-Learning Programme Launched | The ...

Via Scoop.it - The eLearning SitePRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday launched the National e-Learning Programme expected to transform the education sector through.
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Life long learning for MDs in Europe and elsewhere
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CME-CPD: from Continuous Medical Education to Continuous Professional Development

This topic aggregates CME/CPD information on the web

from Europe

and more and more 

from America,

Asia,

Middle East,

Africa https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=africa

Public and private offers circulate through the internet focusing towards MDs or other health professions.

 

Two subtopics are now adressed in this topic

New formats of CME/CPD

https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=new+formats

 

and Social Media learning

Twitter https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=twitter

Youtube https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=youtube

Slideshare https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=slideshare

Facebook https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=facebook

 

Passive learning

Are Journals and published material still relevant ? https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=journal 

MOOCs https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=MOOC

Webinars more than 100 to analyze on https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?page=3&q=webinar,

Podcasts https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=podcasts,

Microlearning https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=microlearning

 

Active learning

Curation https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=curation,

Learning portfolios https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=learning+portfolios

Writing papers, reviews and reviewing papers, sharing PPT on slideshare, sharing youtube and webinars,

simulation https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=simulation,

gamification https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=gamification

personalized learning? 

 

Internet Point of Care CME (POC CME) https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd?q=point+of+care+cme

and 

CPD of Other Healthcare Professionals 

https://www.scoop.it/topic/cme-cpd/?&tag=Other+Healthcare+Professionals

 

among them Europen Board of Veterinary Specialists

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Gilbert C FAURE's insight:

extract from glossary of international academy for CPD accreditation

 

Continuing Medical Education (CME) - The process by which healthcare professionals engage in activities designed to support their continuing professional development. Activities are derived from multiple instructional domains, are learner centered, and support the ability of those professionals to provide high-quality, comprehensive, and continuous patient care and service to the public or their profession. The content of CME can be focused not only on clinical care, but also on those attitudes/skills necessary for the individual to contribute as an effective administrator, teacher, researcher, and team member in the healthcare system. Note: CME is often used interchangeably with continuing professional development (CPD).

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) –The learning journey of the healthcare professional as he/she seeks to improve her/his competence and expertise. This learning journey is supported by continuing medical education and other personal/professional activities by the learner with the intention of providing safe, legal, and high-quality services aiming at better health outcomes

for the patients and the community.
Note: CPD is often used interchangeably with continuing medical education (CME).

 

This hub content do not endorse any event or e-learning material.

 a link to a slideshare PPT presentation at UEMS headquarters in July 2013

http://fr.slideshare.net/gcfaure/uems-eaccme-2013-scoopitcmecpd

summarizing the approach behind this curation process.

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NYBCe Education Resources Webpage | New York Blood Center

NYBCe Education Resources Webpage | New York Blood Center | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
NYBCe Education Resources Webpage Welcome to the NYBCe Education Resources webpage!  New York Blood Center Enterprises is committed to providing convenient and quality eduational content for technologists, residents/fellows, students, and anyone interested in blood banking and transfusion medicine.  Please explore below to discover all the educational resources available to you.   eLearning in Transfusion Medicine (P.A.C.E. credit available) eLearning courses are interactive and informational!  Explore the topics available, and pass a final exam to earn P.A.C.E. credit. Essentials of Transfusion Medicine Webinar Series Recordings (P.A.C.E. credit available) Recordings of past Essentials of Transfusion Medicine Webinar Series (ETMWS) programs are available for viewing on-demand.  Watch the entire webinar and submit the evaluation to earn P.A.C.E. credit. For more information about the ETMWS, including schedule, speaker information & to register to attend live webinars, click here.   Experience in Blood Banking (P.A.C.E. credit available) Every year, the Immunohematology Reference Laboratory at Community Blood Center is proud to offer educational courses for blood bankers, residents and fellows, and clinical laboratory science students.  Experience in Blood Banking courses are lecture-based courses and attendees receive P.A.C.E. continuing education credits.   Immunohematology Boot Camp Listen to New York Blood Center's Christine Lomas-Francis and Sunitha Vege discuss the details of MNS genotyping in this AABB eCast from February 2021 Immunohematology Method Videos Watch videos of how to perform common blood bank methods, including blood type, antibody screen, and much more. Featured Podcast: RHD Genotyping Listen to TRANSFUSION's podcast featuring NYBC's Sunitha Vege & Dr. Connie Westhoff on their work with RHD genotyping.   Featured Presentation: Blood Donation & MSM Deferral In March of 2021, Dr. Nancy Van Buren spoke to the Unite organization of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.  Listen to the presentation here.   Laboratory Science Student Resources Explore blood bank resources especially for laboratory science students.   NYBC Fellows' Monday Webinars Sign up to receive email links to bi-monthly webinars covering blood banking and transfusion medicine topics.  "Quick Lessons" in Immunohematology Quick Lessons in Immunohematology provide information on a variety of immunohematology topics in an easy-to-digest format.   Explore all the Quick Lessons available to download.   Resident Rotation: Immunohematology Reference Laboratory These modules are designed to provide residents with instruction on the fundamentals of immunohematology, beginning with ABO testing and concluding with the complexity of differential adsorptions.  THIS WEBSITE CONTENT IS PROVIDED FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH/EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES.  NYBC IS NOT A STANDARD SETTING ORGANIZATION.  IN PROVIDING THIS CONTENT, NYBC MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND.  NYBC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOUR ORGANIZATION (ITS DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS) OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION’S USE OF OR RELIANCE ON THIS WEBSITE CONTENT.
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21 Cme Sponsor | Events | Michigan Academy of Family Physicians

21 Cme Sponsor | Events | Michigan Academy of Family Physicians | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
July 24, 2021 - July 17, 2022 | , , Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan, the philanthropic arm of Michigan Academy of Family Physicians, is pleased to invite organizations to support its series of on-demand webinars through Stay On Course: Your Guide to Family Medicine CME. These webinars are being hosted in lieu of our in-person Michigan Family Medicine Conference & Expo.We expect to welcome 75+ family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students from across the state to this virtual, on-demand webinar series that is available 24/7 for one year. Return to Main Conference Webpage » Sponsorship Information $500 sponsorship includes: Sponsoring organization’s logo, linking to the organization’s website, displayed on MAFP webpage for one year. Sponsoring organization’s ad displayed on MAFP’s rotating banner, found on the MAFP homepage at mafp.com, for one month. The ad will link to the organization’s website.  Promotional material and/or one item, 100 of each, provided by the sponsoring organization, to be included in a pre-event mailer shipped by MAFP to event registrants.  Reasons to Sponsor This provides an opportunity for sponsoring organizations to demonstrate their support of family physicians and a commitment to improving the health and wellness of Michigan residents. Funding generated from this sponsorship program will be used by Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan to advance family medicine in Michigan through influencing students’ and residents’ interest in the specialty, offering professional development, and hosting continuing medical education events. Sponsors have the potential to be viewed by 4,200 MAFP members in e-newsletter articles, on the MAFP website homepage’s rotating marketing banner, and on the event webpage. Sponsoring organizations will receive bonus visibility by providing one promotional piece and/or one item per event attendee, to be shipped to the attendees by MAFP prior to the launch of the on-demand webinar package. Deadlines July 1, 2021: Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan must receive the sponsoring organization's registration, 3-5 sentence description of the organization, payment in full, and logo (email high-resolution, full-color .EPS or .AI logo and your company's web address to dlawrence@mafp.com). July 9, 2021: One-hundred promotional pieces and/or items must be received by MAFP (2164 Commons Parkway, Okemos, MI 48864) from the sponsoring organization.
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Covid-19 Pandemic:Lessons learnt CME: Covid-19 & Transfusion Medicine Past, Present & Future

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April 2021 Cyto-econference

April 2021 Cyto-econference | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
New 2021-2022 Series Information April 27, 2021 Webinar Time: 3:00 PM (ET) Credits: 2 CME/CMLE/SAM Per webinar Institution Pricing: 12 Webinars - $2,300.00 Single Webinar - $250.00 12 Month Archived S...
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Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions : CPD Pulse Points: Gomo Learning: Creating Dynamic, Responsive and Snackable Online Content

Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions : CPD Pulse Points: Gomo Learning: Creating Dynamic, Responsive and Snackable Online Content | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Member: $0 Non-member: $5 CPD Pulse Points: Product Showcase Series: Gomo Learning: Creating Dynamic, Responsive and Snackable Online Content Alliance Past President, Chitra Subramaniam, will host an interactive conversation with Huw Edwards, Business Development Executive at Gomo Learning, as they discuss: Current trends in design of online learning. The use of technology to develop dynamic, responsive online content How to analyze the use of tools to support development and delivery of online content.
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Communicating Medicine: Practicing Evidence Based Medicine in an Online World - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Continuing Education (CE)

Communicating Medicine: Practicing Evidence Based Medicine in an Online World - Nationwide Children's Hospital - Continuing Education (CE) | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Nationwide Children's Hospital, Communicating Medicine: Practicing Evidence Based Medicine in an Online World, 5/14/2021 9:00:00 AM - 5/14/2021 3:00:00 PM, This conference is targeted towards medical professionals from all backgrounds, including physicians, nurses, allied health practitioners,...
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Online Mandatory Health Care Training Courses - Online Training Course

Online Mandatory Health Care Training Courses - Online Training Course | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Online Mandatory Health Care Training Courses - training courses were developed for healthcare and social care professionals.
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UCSF CME: Neurosurgery Update 2021 MNS22001 - Course Details

Department: Neurosurgery Course Number: MNS22001 Activity Start Date: July 29, 2021 Activity End Date: July 31, 2021 Location: Silverado Resort Napa CA 94558 Fees:   Early Bird Ends Regular Fee Begins On Site Fee  Begins   January 1, 2021 January 2, 2021 July 27, 2021 Physicians $400 $500 $575 Allied Health Professionals $300 $400 $475 Residents/Fellows $200 $300 $375   Overview:   Objectives: Accreditation: The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Course Outline: Chairs: Mitch Berger, MD Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery Dean Chou, MD Professor, Department of Neurosurgery Faculty: Travel & Lodging: Silverado Resort 1600 Atlas Peak Rd. Napa CA 94558 Hotel Phone: (707) 257-0200 Reservations: (800) 532-0500 Rates: $299- One Bedroom Suite + $25 Resort Fee/night Cutoff Date: June 29, 2021 Reserve your room ONLINE Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received in writing before July 27, 2021 will be refunded, less a $100 administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations received after that date. Please email your requests to RegEmail@ucsf.edu
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NHF’s Bleeding Disorders Conference: Provider Education Web Activity for Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurses and Social Workers

NHF’s Bleeding Disorders Conference: Provider Education Web Activity for Physicians, Pharmacists, Nurses and Social Workers | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
This activity is intended for physicians, pharmacists, researchers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and social workers who are engaged in the care of patients with bleeding disorders.
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Journal Based CME Instructions and Information

MISCELLANEOUS| VOLUME 84, ISSUE 5, PA48, MAY 01, 2021 Journal Based CME Instructions and Information DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/S0190-9622(21)00432-1 This paper is only available as a PDF. To read, Please Download here. Article Info Identification DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0190-9622(21)00432-1 Copyright ScienceDirect Access this article on ScienceDirect Linked Article Answers to CME examination Journal of the American Academy of DermatologyVol. 84Issue 5 Preview Full-Text PDF CME examination Journal of the American Academy of DermatologyVol. 84Issue 5 Preview Full-Text PDF CME examination Journal of the American Academy of DermatologyVol. 84Issue 5 Preview Full-Text PDF Answers to CME examination Journal of the American Academy of DermatologyVol. 84Issue 5 Preview Full-Text PDF
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2021 AGA Postgraduate Course

2021 AGA Postgraduate Course | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Discover emerging science, leverage new tools and technologies and build lasting collaborations that will redefine GI research and patient care at the AGA Postgraduate Course. This one-day virtual course offers the high-quality science and clinical advances you depend on, including two concurrent education tracks – select your favorite sessions between the colon and esophagus, stomach/small bowel and pancreatic/biliary, liver and IBD – one breakout session and dedicated time for Q&A. Earn up to 6 CME and MOC for this live program, then complete the remaining education sessions to earn an additional 16 credits. Registration for this course includes complimentary on-demand access for one year, allowing you to earn up to 22 CME and MOC in your own time. Explore the exciting sessions in store using the “Agenda” tab, then register using the button below!  REGISTER New this year: One-day virtual program maximizes valuable time away from the office Concurrent education tracks and breakout session allow you to customize your schedule and attend presentations most pertinent to you Every session includes at least one practical case study Four interactive session types: interview, pitfall, debate, case-based panel Registration includes on-demand access to the complete program and CME credits for one year   Course directors: Jonathan M. Buscaglia, MD, AGAF, FASGE Professor & Division Chief Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University Kimberly Brown, MD, AGAF, FAST, FAASLD Professor of Medicine Wayne State University Chief, Gastroenterology and Hepatology Associate Medical Director, Henry Ford Hospital Transplant Institute Henry Ford Hospital Gary W. Falk, MD, MS, AGAF Professor of Medicine Director, Esophageal Program Division of Gastroenterology University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
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[CME Rheumatology 23: Rheumatoid Arthritis Following COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 Infection]

[CME Rheumatology 23: Rheumatoid Arthritis Following COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 Infection] | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
CME Rheumatology 23: Rheumatoid Arthritis Following COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 Infection <b>Abstract.</b> Individuals with rheumatic diseases, especially those on immuno-modulating treatment, have an increased risk of infection.
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Medicine Grand Rounds (CME)

Title/Speaker: “Journey from Bench to Bedside – the Successful Translation of Cystic Fibrosis Research to Life-Changing Therapies” – Bonnie W. Ramsey, MD To join the livestream, click here.
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Advocacy | ASGCT - American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy | ASGCT - American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy

Advocacy | ASGCT - American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy | ASGCT - American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The Advocate Volume 1, Issue 2 April 2021 In This Issue: ASGCT Supports Flexible Approach to Regulation for Neurodegenerative Diseases ASGCT Voices Concern Over MACPAC Proposal to Congress PDUFA VII Direction Appears Promising Policy News Events ASGCT Advocacy ASGCT Supports Flexible Approach to Regulation for Neurodegenerative Diseases On April 6, ASGCT submitted comments to the FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research on its draft guidance document, Human Gene Therapy for Neurodegenerative Diseases. Regarding communication with sponsors, the Society requests identification of the criteria the Agency uses to prioritize the granting of INTERACT meetings, given its resource constraints. In addition, ASGCT suggests ongoing dialogue during development regarding ideal endpoints. To facilitate expedient development of safe and effective therapies, ASGCT also requests flexibility in testing requirements in areas such as: CMC requirements for programs with expedited designations The point in development to perform a potency assay (before BLA filing vs. before Phase 3 studies) The point in development to submit CQA data ASGCT indicated appreciation of the increased flexibility noted in the FDA recommendation that the residual host cell-DNA levels be set to less than 10 ng/dose, if possible, though the Society continues to caution against listing this suggested limit, as this level may be well below a safe dose of host-cell DNA. ASGCT Voices Concern Over MACPAC Proposal to Congress ASGCT shared concerns with MACPAC (the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission) that its recommendation to Congress to increase the minimum rebate to states for drugs that receive accelerated approval could negatively affect patient access. MACPAC’s proposal could disincentivize the use of the FDA’s Accelerated Approval Program, increasing the time to market for therapies. ASGCT met with staff at MACPAC in early March to share these concerns, to highlight the unique value of gene therapies, and to express confidence in FDA oversight of product safety and efficacy. MACPAC provides policy and data analysis and advises Congress, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the states on issues affecting Medicaid and CHIP. PDUFA VII Direction Appears Promising The Prescription Drug User Fee negotiations between FDA and the drug industry for the seventh iteration of the program (PDUDA VII) are in the final stages, according to public meeting minutes. While the final commitment letter will likely not be released for several more months, ASGCT is pleased with the direction the new agreement seems to be taking. For instance, industry and FDA have discussed including a Split Real-Time Application Review (STAR) for certain products, which would provide more interaction and assistance to developers. The Society is also encouraged with the focus on properly resourcing the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research to ensure greater allocation of fee dollars to support the burgeoning pipeline of gene and cell therapies. Policy News ASGCT released its first quarterly report last week on the landscape of gene, cell, and RNA therapy development from the preclinical to preregistration stages. The data within the publication reflects the continued rapid pace of development in the field, which drives many of the Society’s policy priorities. Members of ASGCT’s Regulatory Affairs Committee and Society staff published a review article in Molecular Therapy: Methods & Clinical Development titled Global Regulatory Progress in Delivering on the Promise of Gene Therapies for Unmet Medical Needs. The article addresses potential solutions for the regulatory challenges of developing gene therapies multi-nationally. Biden continues to build his healthcare team with the confirmation of Xavier Becerra as Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) on March 18. Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, nominated as Administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), had her Senate Finance Committee confirmation hearing on April 15. Eric Lander’s confirmation hearing to become Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy will take place April 29. The HHS Office of the Inspector General (OIG) issued an advisory opinion last month that allows Novartis to receive an exemption from federal anti-kickback statute (AKS) restrictions, to make Kymriah available at no charge for uninsured or low-income patients who have been denied coverage. While an advisory opinion is limited to the requesting company, this instance of eliminating the AKS barrier to patient access has the potential to pave the way for future requests. Earlier this year ASGCT supported a bill in Georgia to expedite the addition of RUSP conditions to the state’s newborn screening program. On April 9 the Georgia Legislature sent HB 567 to the Governor for his signature. Spotlight on the science that underpins ASGCT advocacy: Dosing began in a clinical trial for a new therapy—CAR-macrophages (CAR M) therapy, which applies CAR engineering to macrophages rather than T-cells in an attempt to target solid cancers. The technique was originally developed by ASGCT member Dr. Saar Gill and then graduate student, Michael Klichinsky, at the University of Pennsylvania. Events As part of our patient advocacy efforts, we are co-hosting a CME program with the National Organization for Rare Disorders on April 22, to increase knowledge about gene therapy among clinical providers. Register here for The Time Is Now: Understanding Gene Therapy, Applications, and Implications. Remember to register for the ASGCT Annual Meeting May 11-14, which includes these among other policy-related sessions: Regulatory Lessons Learned from COVID-19: Anomaly to Precedent Newborn Screening: Innovative Policies and Technologies to Eliminate the Diagnostic Odyssey Viral Vector Safety: A Renewed Focus on Vector Safety and Innate Immune Responses to Leading Viral Vectors Racial Justice in the Gene Therapy Field ASGCT is hosting a virtual Forum on Gene Therapy for Underserved Populations: Drug Development for Ultrarare Diseases and Lower-Income Countries to address the challenges and solutions to developing sustainable approaches to development. Registration is now open for this June 22 event. If you'd like to receive The Advocate via email every month, please contact Advocacy Program Specialist Caitlin McCombs.
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CCRPS Clinical Research Training - Online, Accredited Certification

CCRPS Clinical Research Training - Online, Accredited Certification | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
CCRPS provides clinical research associate training course and clinical research coordinator certification online. We specialized in clinical research training.Visit our website and learn more about cra certification, ICH GCP training, clinical research training online, clinical research training,...
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CME Webinar: UNDERSTANDING STEM CELL THERAPIES IN PD: THE ROAD AHEAD | Claire Henchcliffe, MD, DPhil | Tuesday, April 27, 2021 | 5:00-7:00pm PDT – Summit for Stem Cell

CME Webinar: UNDERSTANDING STEM CELL THERAPIES IN PD: THE ROAD AHEAD | Claire Henchcliffe, MD, DPhil | Tuesday, April 27, 2021 | 5:00-7:00pm PDT – Summit for Stem Cell | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
REGISTER NOW ABOUT SUMMIT’S CME WEBINARS: MDs, PAs, RNs TWO Category 1 CME Credits LIVE Webinar Registration Fee: $35.00 Panel discussion with LIVE Q & A following Presentations Physicians, Patients, Researchers, Students    – Everyone is welcome! (Note: Content subject to change) Guest Speaker: Claire Henchcliffe, M.D., D.Phil.  Chair, University California Irvine Dept. of Neurology Meet Dr. Henchcliffe: Dr. Henchcliffe is the Chair and Stanley van den Noort Professor of Neurology, at the University of California, Irvine. She completed neurology residency and fellowship at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University in New York City, prior to joining Weill Cornell Medical College, New York City in 2003 as Assistant Professor. At Weill Cornell Medical College she developed a clinical and research program in Parkinson’s disease with a focus on clinical trials including stem cell-based therapeutics, eventually serving as Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience, and Vice Chair for Clinical Research. Dr. Henchcliffe’s Abstract:  Rapid advances in stem cell biology have provided great optimism for the potential for human pluripotent stem cell-based therapies in Parkinson’s disease (PD). With trailblazing clinical trials starting in the 1980’s came the realization that new sources of purity high quality cells are a critical need. This presentation will focus on overcoming these barriers, and how cell replacement therapy in PD has been thrust to the forefront of regenerative medicine. In particular we will discuss the future trajectory and broader scope of what is needed for those with PD, including individualized treatment, enhancing safety, and long term follow up.  Moderator: Jeanne F. Loring, Ph.D. Board Director & Chief Science Officer, Summit for Stem Cell Foundation Jeanne F. Loring is the Professor Emeritus at the Scripps Research Institute where she was founding Director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine. She is also founder of two stem cell-based biotechnology companies, Arcos Bioscience (now part of Viacyte) and Aspen Neuroscience, a biotechnology company developing a neuron replacement therapy for Parkinson disease. Dr. Loring has more than 30 years of experience in both biotechnology and academic research, focusing on stem cells, genomics, embryology and neurobiology. She holds five patents on stem cells and genomics, and has published more than 100 research articles in scientific journals that have been cited in scientific publications more than 14,000 times. She serves on both scientific advisory and bioethics boards, and advises governmental and private granting agencies in several countries. Through her laboratory courses, she has trained more than 400 scientists in stem cell technology. In addition to her work on Parkinson disease, Dr. Loring investigates multiple sclerosis and autism, and works with the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research in an effort to rescue the Northern white rhinoceros from extinction using stem cell technology. She is also involved in a project on the International Space Station to study neurogenerative disease. Dr. Loring is an advocate for patients and an outspoken critic of stem cell clinics that operate outside of ethical or scientific oversight. She speaks out against unregulated stem cell therapies that have caused severe injuries and even death, and the clinics who convince desperately ill patients to pay for treatments that are not effective. REGISTER HERE Refund Policy If you are unable to attend a LIVE webinar, you may cancel up to the scheduled time of the event and receive a full refund. No refunds or exchanges for On-Demand Recoded Webinars. (Not yet available.) Refunds or exchanges for a LIVE webinar will not be given for no shows. As an alternative to a refund, you can substitute a registration for a future live webinar or have your fee converted to a tax deductible donation. You must contact [email protected] to request a refund or move your registration to another webinar or to a donation. Cancelling your registration through GoToWebinar will NOT process a refund – you MUST contact Summit for Stem Cell Foundation at [email protected]. In the rare event that a webinar is cancelled or postponed due to unanticipated circumstances, registrants will be notified immediately and given the opportunity to either transfer their registration to another webinar or obtain a refund. This policy supersedes all other policies regarding the LIVE CME Webinar series.
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i3 Health - Colorectal Cancer CME

This oncology CME-approved activity is intended for Medical oncologists, gastroenterologists, oncology advanced practitioners, and other health care professionals involved in the treatment of patients with colorectal cancer (CRC).
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Evidence Based Nursing

Evidence Based Nursing | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Nurses are increasingly challenged to deliver high-quality care supported by evidence-based practice. To do this nurses must be able to critically appraise research from a variety of sources.The Evidence-based nursing game helps nurses understand how evidence-based practice works and tests their ...
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Webinar Registration - Zoom

Webinar Registration - Zoom | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
You are invited to attend a CME satellite symposium at the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting.

Central precocious puberty is the onset of development signs of sexual maturation earlier than would be expected based on population forms, typically before 8 years in girls and 9 years in boys.
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Improving Physician Well-Being Through Organizational Change -- FPM

Improving Physician Well-Being Through Organizational Change -- FPM | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Wellness Wednesdays and yoga breaks aren’t sufficient. Here’s how health care organizations can begin to address physician well-being.
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2021 Women In White Coats CME Conference & Wellness Retreat | Women in

2021 Women In White Coats CME Conference & Wellness Retreat | Women in | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Relax, Grow, Connect...
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What Is CPD And Why Is It Important?

What Is CPD And Why Is It Important? | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
CPD has become an important part of our professional lives, however, many of us don’t know the requirements or how important it is for our businesses.
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ACP POCUS 2: Deep Venous Thrombosis | Earn CME/MOC | ACP

ACP POCUS 2: Deep Venous Thrombosis | Earn CME/MOC | ACP | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
ACP POCUS 2: Deep Venous Thrombosis learning activity from ACP. Earn up to 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits and MOC points.
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