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St. Joseph's Medical Center: CME/CE/ ABOG MOC

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CME Schedule

MARCH 2021

         

2 –Tues

1215 hours

EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE – via ZOOM

SUBJECT: Past, Present, and Future of Radiation Oncology (CME)

SPEAKER: Gauravjit Singh MD, Medical Director, Chief of Radiation Oncology

This forum will review the chronologic history of radiation oncology such as the discovery of the X-ray and radioactive materials, the use of radiation for medical purposes and refining the application of radiation therapy, examine the modern radiation oncology and the quest to make radiation even more effective and safer, and discuss the future in the radiation oncology field.

4 – Thurs

1130 hours

Cancer Conference -  via ZOOM (SJMC CME)

9 – Tues

1200 hours

EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE – via ZOOM

SUBJECT: Pediatric Electrocardiogram Interpretation (CME)

SPEAKER: Walter Li MD, UCSF Pediatrics, Division of Cardiology

This forum will identify arrhythmias needing urgent treatment, review normal variants, and identify electrocardiographic findings that may need further cardiology assessment.

10 – Wed

1130 hours

Cancer Conference - via ZOOM (SJMC CME)

11 – Thurs

0700 hours

Integrated Quality Council – via ZOOM 

11 – Thurs

1130 hours

Quarterly Staff Meetingvia ZOOM

16 -Tues  

0700 hours

Cardiac Cath Conference.  Cath Lab Conference Room (CME)

16 -Tues  

1215 hours

EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE – via ZOOM

SUBJECT: Cardiovascular: Common Heart Disorders and Treatment Options (CME)

SPEAKER: Lee Stenzler, MD

Topic: Chronic Total Occluded Coronary Artery Treatments

This forum will analyze particular common heart disorders and the breakdown of the treatment process including characteristics, pathophysiology and disease state, the evidence base order of care and the best multidisciplinary approach using current guidelines, tools and modalities.

18 – Thurs

1130 hours

Cancer Conference - via ZOOM (SJMC CME)

23 – Tues

1215 hours

EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE – via ZOOM

SUBJECT:  Management and Referral of Acute Orthopaedic Injuries (CME)

SPEAKER: Jeffrey MacLean

25 – Thurs

1130 hours

Cancer Conference - via ZOOM (SJMC CME)

30 – Tues

1130 hours

DOCTOR’S DAY LUNCHEON – CR 1&2

Grab & Go Lunch and Gift Pickup

11:30 – 1:30 pm in CR 1&2

ABOG MOC

JAN 2021 ABOG MOC Reading list ( LInks to full text articles are included)

May 2020 ABOG MOC Reading list ( LInks to full text articles are included)

JAN 2020 ABOG MOC Reading list ( LInks to full text articles are included)

CME Resource

  • UpToDate CME:  By searching uptodate for your clinical questions, you can accumulate CME credits by claiming CME credit. It is required to register for Uptodate using DignityHealth computers.  To redeem credits, access your CME Credit log by clicking CME or CE in the upper right after logging into your account. It is required to complete three step learning cycle to process your earned CME credits.     
  • ClincalKey CME: By searching ClinicalKey, the CME credits are provided by the Elsevier Office of CME. It is required to register for ClinicalKey on Dignity Health computers first.
  • CDC Infection Control CME:CDC and Medscape have launched a series of six CME/CE activities addressing the key issues surrounding infection prevention in healthcare facilities
  • JAMA Leaning CME:  In 2017, physician subscribers to any JAMA Network journal are eligible for the JN Learning CME program. As a benefit of membership, AMA members are also eligible for CME offered as part of the JN Learning program, which encompasses CME quizzes from all JAMA Network journals.
  • NEJM Weekly CME : Explore the NEJM Review articles and earn up to 50 AMA PRA category 1 Credits or AAFP Prescribed credits per completed exam plus ABIM MOC points. 
  • Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics: Required to supply your email address to the publisher to verify your affiliation with SJMC.
  • Medscape CME:  Free CME activities on Medscape Education are offered for physicians and other health professionals. 
  • MyFreeCME for physicians: CME/CPE/CE courses are offered vor various specialities w/ or w/o fees. 
  • Baylor College of Medicine:  A wide variety of medical specialties are represented in these activities. Online enduring material activity listings offer several viewing options, as well as electronic posttest, registration, evaluation, and certificate issue. All online enduring material activities are offered at no cost to the participant.
  • Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education: The largest and most diverse CME programs are offered: webcast, text based CME, Podcast and live events.  This program is certified by Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and awarded about 85,000 certificates for online CME in 2010.
  • UPMC Physician Resources: UPMC Physician Resources offers information and continuing medical education. There are free CME courses by specialites that offer 0.75 CE contac hours.
  • AAFP CME: The AAFP offers many live and home-study CME opportunities. In addition, both AAFP journals (American Family Physicians and Family Practice Management) offer CMEs (an average of 90 hrs/year for AFP and 20 hrs/year for FPM). Membership is required for free CME courses.
  • JOURNAL based CME: Many journals such as NEJMJAMA, Medical Letter, etc. offer CME credits by including CME articles and having subscribers register for CME in their websites. Individual online subscription is required:

CE Resources for Nursing

In the State of California, Registered nurses are required by law to complete 30 contact hours of continuing education every two years. SJMC Medical Library has print and electronic resources available for our nurses to help meet their CE requirements.