The Brigham Board Review in Hematology and Oncology

Get ready for the ABIM exam in Hematology-Oncology by studying this Brigham Board Review in Hematology and Oncology. Topics covered by the Brigham Board Review in Hematology and Oncology include: Molecular Genetics of Cancer, Cancer Drug Development, Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, Acute Leukemias, Myelodysplastic Syndrome, Multiple Myeloma, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, B Cell Malignancies, Mesothelioma, Thyroid Cancer and dozens of others. After completing the Brigham Board Review in Hemat...

7th Mammograms to MRI: Breast Imaging and Interventions

Meetings By Mail presents the 7th Mammograms to MRI: Breast Imaging and Interventions from Duke Radiology. This multimodality review focuses on established best practices along with advances in state of the art techniques. Topics include analog and digital mammography, breast MRI, breast ultrasound, tomosynthesis, interventional practices, breast cancer, lymph nodes, high risk lesions, BIRADS, implants, screening, emerging technologies and practice improvements. This program fulfills MQSA Re...
Meetings by Mail

UCSF Breast Imaging: University of California San Francisco Clinical Update

Topics covered in UCSF Breast Imaging include: BI-RADS Update, Breast Masses and Asymmetries, Breast Calcifications, Breast Ultrasound, Mammographic Follow-up, Nodal Involvement, Tomosynthesis, Palpable Breast Mass, Ductal Carcinoma, Breast Density and many more. UCSF Breast Imaging is intended for the clinical radiologist specializing in breast imaging or practicing general diagnostic radiology including breast imaging. A practical approach is emphasized, providing an overview and update on...

Practical Reviews in Anesthesiology

Practical Reviews in Anesthesiology keeps you informed of the most important research and clinical findings published in anesthesiology each month. Each issue contains: downloadable audio of 10-12 articles summarized and reviewed; downloadable PDF of written reviews with Take-Home Pearls that reinforce the audio material and give you a valuable reference for instant recall by subject; and self-assessment online quizzes to highlight key points and reinforce what you've learned.
Practical Reviews

The Brigham Board Review in Allergy & Immunology

Topics covered by The Brigham Board Review in Allergy and Immunology include: T Cells and Innate Lymphoid Cells, B Cells and Antibody Formation, Lipid Mediators in Allergic Disease, Regulatory T Cells, Mucosal Immunity and the Microbiome, Diagnosis and Management of Asthma, Atopic Dermatitis, Drug Allergy and dozens more. After completing The Brigham Board Review in Allergy and Immunology, you will be better able to: • Integrate and demonstrate increased overall knowledge of allergy/immun...

Achieve Success with PQRS: Mastering the Measures, 2015

The Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), the first step toward pay-for-performance, is part of a broad initiative from the federal government and private insurance companies aimed at advancing health care quality and value over volume. PQRS encourages clinicians to attend to issues such as safety, healthy lifestyles, and improvement of care coordination. Policy experts predict that PQRS will not be limited to Medicare but will be required by most third party payers in the near future. Th...
Professional Development Resources


Alterations in scapular function are associated with shoulder pain including rotator cuff disease, instability, and adhesive capsulitis. However, recent evidence suggests that resolving scapular dyskinesis is not associated with resolution of symptoms or predictive of arm injury in pitchers. Thus, a systematic approach that includes scapular position, muscle performance, and movement patterns is required to best understand the role of scapular dysfunction in patients with shoulder pain. This w...

22nd Annual Update & Intensive Board Review of Internal Medicine 2016

Description & Objectives This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the most important advances that have recently been made in internal medicine, and to help candidates prepare for the Internal Medicine Boards or the Recertification Examination. Each of the major subspecialties will be covered including cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, infectious disease, nephrology, neurology, oncology, pulmonary disease, and rheumatology. Much of the material will ...
Columbia University, Department of Medicine

Domestic Violence Update

Target Audience: This activity is designed for professionals at all levels and settings in the healthcare industry. Activity Description Domestic or family violence affects everyone, regardless of gender, race, education, profession, or socioeconomic status. Both abusers and victims come from diverse backgrounds. Health care professionals who focus on a single individual are missing the dysfunctional dynamics that sustain all abusive relationships. In the context of domestic violence, prof...
AKH Inc. Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

HIV/AIDS 1 Hours Update

Target Audience: This course is designed to provide HIV/AIDS continuing education for physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses, and other health professionals. This course is designed to meet the 1 hour HIV/AIDS continuing education requirement for health professionals licensed in the state of Florida. Activity Description This is a 1 hour activity designed for home study by healthcare clinicians. Specifically, it meets the 1 hour HIV/AIDS continuing education for Florida heal...
AKH Inc. Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

Topics in Ocular Anti-Inflammatories

University of Florida College of Medicine

Topics in Ocular Anti-Infectives

University of Florida College of Medicine

MyCred Presentation Portfolios for Healthcare Professionals

MyCred Portfolios are electronic credential and achievement presentation portfolios designed to store and present an individual’s educational, professional, and experiential accomplishments. MyCred Portfolios serve to educate, influence, and inspire an individual’s viewing audience leading to stronger professional relationships and positive outcomes. MyCred Portfolios offer the flexibility, scalability, and portability to support an individual throughout their continuum of education ...

Comprehensive Concussion Management in Sports Medicine

Concussion injuries are receiving considerable attention in the media causing concern for athletes, parents, and sport program administrators. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1.6 – 3.8 million sports and recreation-related concussions occur in the United States each year. Concussions account for up to 5% of all sports injuries. This webinar will use recent literature to provide participants the most current understanding of concussion injury. The causes and risk factors of ...

Rehabilitation of Rotator Cuff Disease: Consensus and Controversies

Rotator cuff disorders encompass approximately 20% of all outpatient physical therapy referrals. Rehabilitation can be effective for the spectrum of patients with rotator cuff disease from acute episodes of tendinitis to chronic, full thickness tears. Emerging evidence suggests patients are likely to respond based on a number factors including history and physical presentation. Controversy exists over the optimal rehabilitation program, with respect to timing of rehabilitation, optimal dose of...

TA 101: Introduction to the Triple Aim for Populations

You might think we do a pretty good job of providing care to individuals with illnesses and diseases. And, by and large, we do. But it's important to take a step back and consider the factors contributing to illness. It’s important to realize that things like education, the environment, and wealth (and how it’s distributed) play an enormous role in health outcomes, too. In this course, you’ll learn that to make progress combating many of the most important threats to human health, it’s...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Rheum Buzz - Discuss the Latest in Rheumatology with Clinical Experts

Participate in discussion about the latest in rheumatology with clinical experts around the world. Our current discussion topics cover highlights from key scientific presentations and/or abstracts presented at international and national rheumatology meetings.
Cleveland Clinic CME

QI 202: Achieving Breakthrough Quality, Access, and Affordability

How does an organization go from providing ho-hum, average care to providing breakthrough quality, access, and affordability to patients? In this course, you’ll learn to apply a basic framework for designing, operating, and improving complex systems of care that can lead to rapid gains in performance. First, you’ll learn that while advances in technology have led to much better patient outcomes over the past few decades, they’ve also made for a much more complex health care system. That ...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

PFC 102: Dignity and Respect

What does it mean to treat patients and families with dignity and respect? It means that health care providers listen to and honor patient and family perspectives and choices. Providers incorporate patient and family knowledge, values, beliefs, and cultural background into the planning and delivery of care. Providers anticipate patient and family needs, and meet those needs in a clean, safe environment. The health care team provides emotional support to patients and families, and strives to al...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

QI 102: How to Improve with the Model for Improvement

The Model for Improvement, developed by a group called Associates in Process Improvement, is simple to understand and apply. But it’s powerful. This course will teach you how to use the Model for Improvement to improve everything from your tennis game to your hospital’s infection rate. You’ll learn the basic steps in any improvement project: setting an aim, selecting measures, developing ideas for changes, and testing changes using Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles. As you go along, you’...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

QI 101: Introduction to Health Care Improvement

Serious errors occur at the best hospitals and clinics — despite the best efforts of talented and dedicated providers. As the Institute of Medicine (IOM) declared in 2001, in words that still ring true, “Between the health care we have and the care we could have lies not just a gap, but a chasm.” This course launches you on your journey to becoming a health care change agent. First, you’ll get a high-level picture of the current quality of care in the United States and other nation...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

PS 104: Teamwork and Communication in a Culture Of Safety

Effective teamwork and communication are critical parts of the design of safe systems. In this course, you’ll learn what makes an effective team through case studies from health care and elsewhere. You’ll analyze the effects of individual behavior for promoting teamwork, communication, and a culture safety. Finally, you’ll learn several essential communication tools, such as briefings, SBAR, and critical language. After completing this course, you will be able to: 1.Explain why effe...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

PS 103: Human Factors and Safety

This course is an introduction to the field of human factors: how to incorporate knowledge of human behavior in the design of safe systems. You’ll explore case studies to analyze the human factors issues involved in health care situations. And you’ll learn how to use human factors principles to design safer systems of care — including the most effective strategies to prevent errors and mitigate their effects. Finally, you’ll learn how technology can reduce errors — even as, in some c...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

PS 102: From Error to Harm

This course provides an overview of the key concepts in the field of patient safety. You’ll learn the relationship between error and harm, and how unsafe conditions and human error lead to harm — through something called the Swiss cheese model. You’ll learn how to classify different types of unsafe acts that humans commit, including error, and how the types of unsafe acts relate to harm. Finally, you’ll learn about how the field of patient safety has expanded its focus from reducin...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

PS 101: Introduction to Patient Safety

No one embarks on a health care career intending to harm patients. But much too often, patients die or suffer injuries from the care they receive. In this course, you’ll learn why becoming a student of patient safety is critical for everyone involved in health care today. First, you’ll learn about the human and financial toll of medical error around the world. Next, you’ll learn the basics of the psychology of error and try your hand at identifying unsafe acts in real health care cases. ...
Institute for Healthcare Improvement

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