Title Category Credit Event date Cost
Hereditary Cancer Syndromes: From Identifying Patients at Risk to Navigating Patients to Management (EM1908A)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
$0.00 This course is a one hour video-based education opportunity to educate physicians on how to identify individuals at risk for more common and rarer hereditary cancer syndromes, how patients should be managed as there have been recent changes to National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for many specific genes, and the impact of a genetic patient navigator on high-risk patient care. the practice standard used will be NCCN guidelines, but as guidelines are changing rapidly, this event would provide a succinct review to keep learners abreast of new information.
In-Situ Simulation
09/18/2018 $0.00 The UTSW High Reliability Team is offering in-situ simulation in both Clements and Zale hospital units. Through simulation of an emergent and critical patient event and subsequent debriefing, staff and faculty are able to practice their teamwork and communication skills. This safe environment utilizes a high fidelity manikin that simulates patient decompensation. Through debriefing, participants discuss what went well and what could have been done better in regards to teamwork and communication.
2nd Annual UT Southwestern Endoscopic Ear Surgery Course (RP1911D)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
11/01/2019 $995.00 Transcanal endoscopic ear surgery (TEES) is a recent development in the management of temporal bone pathology. Cadaveric lab dissections, lectures, panel discussions, case reviews, as well as question and answer sessions will be the educational modalities used in this course. Course participants should be able to identify clinically relevant anatomic temporal bone landmarks with the use of the endoscope. Course attendees will recognize the advantages and disadvantages of TEES as compared to traditional microscopic approaches to the temporal bone.
EM1905G "Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in 2019: From death sentence to chronic disease" (IM GR-053119)
  • AMA
$0.00 Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) has been historically a disease associated with guarded prognosis and limited treatment options. Over last two decades multiple therapies for PAH has been approved and treatment landscape has evolved. The purpose of this session is to discuss improvement in long-term prognosis of PAH with early diagnosis and treatment.
EM1906F "Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure" (IM GR-060719)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this lecture will be to define ACLF, describe the expected outcome after development, and educate the audience on how to decrease its incidence.Download Protocol
EM1906G "Providing high value care to patients with acute chest pain" (IM GR-061419)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this presentation is to educate our department about the use of protocols for suspected acute coronary syndrome among patients presenting with chest pain. We will review the potential that new protocols have in improving the efficiency of care delivery.Download Protocol
EM1906H "Turning a Page in the Diabetes Treatment Guidebook" (IM GR-062119)
  • AMA
$0.00
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.