Title Category Credit Event datesort descending 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.
EM1907D "Melanoma: What a Difference a Decade Makes" (IM GR-071919)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this presentation is to educate the attendees on the recent advances in the management of melanoma.
EM1907E "Kidney Precision Medicine Project: Scientific Foundation for Improving Care" (IM GR-0726919)
  • AMA
$0.00 I. Introduction to KPMP and Kidney DiseaseII. Precision MedicineIII. KPMP Goals and OrganizationIV. Using KPMP Download Protocol
EM1908D "Delirium: Evidence-Based Practice for 2019" (IM GR-080219)
  • AMA
$0.00 The purpose of this lecture is to review delirium risk assessment, prevention, identification and management. Download Protocol
EM1908E "Cancer Survivorship Care: Instructions Not Included!" (IM GR-080919)
  • AMA
$0.00 Purpose and Overview:
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.
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.
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.
UT Southwestern - Texas Health Resources Annual Cardiovascular Symposium (RP1910C)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
10/26/2019 $50.00
Brain Summit 2019: Current Trends in Neurology & Stroke (RP1911E)
  • AMA
  • Attendance
11/01/2019 $150.00 The annual conferences, UT Southwestern Neurotherapeutics Update and UT Southwestern Stroke Symposium, are combining efforts this year for a 2-day live CME activity aimed at neuroscience professionals and stroke advocates, including physicians, nurses and therapists that will review current advances and current trends in neurology and stroke care.

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