Title Category Credit Event datesort descending Cost
Psychiatry Master Class Series: Unlocking Mental Illness (RP2008A)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
$0.00 This series of classes is designed for advanced level mental health practitioners at a post-licensure level. The 6-hour Saturday classes will present the latest information in psychiatric treatment, coupled with hands-on practice and direct observation. All classes will be taught by expert faculty to a maximum of 25 participants who wish to advance their professional practice through the acquisition and mastery of very specific skills. Participants can register for and attend a single class, or the entire series.
EM1910K "1918-1919 to 2018-2019: Influenza 100 years later" (IM GR-102519)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this presentation is to review the history of influenza and describe the defining characteristics of the annual epidemics and periodic pandemics, to review the signs and symptoms of the disease and the spectrum of illness, to discuss the presentations of influenza and the complications of infection and to list prevention strategies including the use of vaccine.
EM1911H "Personal Choice or Predestined? The road to specialty choice" (IM GR-110119)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this presentation is to comprehensively review the data available regarding influences on career choice of Internal Medicine and its subspecialties. From the analysis, three guiding principles for optimal recruitment of future physicians and physician leaders will be discussed.
EM1911J "The Scientific Evidence on Climate Change and the Ethics of Skepticism vs Denialism" (IM GR-111119)
  • AMA
  • Ethics
$0.00 The purpose is to introduce the main empirical evidence behind the scientific consensus that human-caused carbon emissions are warming the planet and threatening the health and survival of the world population. Following a “case report” of the role of climate change in causing the 2012 epidemic of West Nile encephalitis in Dallas, the presentation will summarize the evidence that addresses the 4 fundamental questions of the problem: Is the earth’s surface warming? Is the warming due to human effects or natural phenomena? Is the warming climate a serious threat to humans?
UT Southwestern - Texas Health Resources Annual Cardiovascular Symposium (RP1910C)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
10/26/2019 $50.00
Otolaryngology Fall Update 2019 (RP1910F)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
10/26/2019 $60.00 This full-day symposium will consist of clinical updates in the various specialties within Otolaryngology, focusing on practical aspects of patient care and the newest diagnostic and treatment approaches for a variety of ENT conditions.
Brain Summit 2019: Current Trends in Neurology & Stroke (RP1911E)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
11/01/2019 $150.00 PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  LIMITED ON-SITE REGISTRATION
More Remissions, More Often: Getting the Best Outcomes from Therapeutic Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) (RP1911F)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
11/15/2019 $0.00 Download a Copy of the CME Front Matter Here!Major depressive disorder is a serious, debilitating illness that affects individuals of all ages and backgrounds. While several efficacious treatments have been developed, many suffering from depression fail to reach full remission and experience lifelong challenges due to the chronic and episodic nature of the disease.
5th Annual Update on Liver Disease (RP2001A)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
01/11/2020 $25.00 This course is designed for all physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and specialists in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and associated disciplines caring for patients with liver disease. This activity is a review course intended to update providers on a diverse range of topics including viral hepatitis, alcohol and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, cirrhosis, portal hypertension, hepatocellular carcinoma and liver transplantation. The conference will focus on recent advances and publications.
What's New in GI 2020 (RP2002E)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
02/15/2020 $175.00 This program is designed to provide attendees current information on how to recognize symptoms and use current data to establish diagnosis and formulate the appropriate treatment plans for the management of gastrointestinal diseases. Several topics will be presented at a live, one day symposium through lectures and question and answer sessions by experts in the field of gastroenterology.

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