Title Category Credit Event date Cost
Key Class Series
  • AMA
  • Attendance
08/06/2019 $0.00 The Health Sciences Digital Library and Learning Center hosts a Key Class series annually which covers their most frequently requested topics. The series enables designated time to discover resources and services that can impact patient care such as expert database searching, evidence-based practice, and an introduction to systematic reviews & meta-analysis. The classes are hands-on and open to all UT Southwestern faculty, students and staff.
Dallas Advanced Heart Failure Symposium: State-of-the-Art Update on Mechanical Circulatory Support (RP2002C)
02/29/2020 $0.00 Continuous flow left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) have changed the natural history of individuals with end-stage advanced heart failure. Since their regulatory approval in 2008, there have been substantial improvements in LVAD technology, management, and understanding of prognosis. For over a decade, their has been a rise in the number of LVADs implanted to over 15,000 implants. Therefore, LVADs are becoming more prevalent in routine clinical practice and continued educational updates are necessary.
EM1908F "Challenges in Diuretic Therapy: A Case Based Discussion" (IM GR-181619)
  • AMA
$0.00 The discussion will review some of the obstacles that are encountered during the course of diuretic therapy for states of volume excess. The physiologic principles that underpin these challenging scenarios will be examined. Building upon on this foundation of understanding, the review will provide pragmatic solutions to these clinical problems. With this knowledge, the practitioner will have the tools necessary to overcome these common impediments to effective volume control in the hypervolemic syndromes.
UT Southwestern - Texas Health Resources Annual Cardiovascular Symposium (RP1910C)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
10/26/2019 $50.00
EM1908G "Hemostasis in Liver Failure: A Tendency to Bleed or Clot?" (IM GR-082319)
  • AMA
$0.00 Clinicians often regard patients with advanced liver disease as prone to bleeding. Today’s discussion will explore recent data which redefine the magnitude of the bleeding diathesis in patients with advanced cirrhosis and acute liver failure (ALF), and will explore mechanisms of “re-balanced hemostasis,” a relatively new concept in which patients re-establish a neutral state of hemostasis by compensatory mechanisms.
Otolaryngology Fall Update 2019 (RP1910F)
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.
EM1909C "Physician Burnout: Making the Case for the Cure" (IM GR-090619
  • AMA
$0.00 Physician burnout affects nearly half of all physician. This lecture will discuss the impact and consequences of burnout for physicians, patients and health care organizations as demonstrated in the literature. The lecture will also explore the drivers of burnout out and interventions/strategies to reduce physician burnout.
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.