Continuing Medical Education

Online Courses

Antimicrobial Stewardship: Improving Clinical Outcomes by Optimization of Antibiotic Practices

This course offers a practical approach to prescribing antibiotic therapy and development of antimicrobial stewardship across all specialties and settings.
https://www.coursera.org/course/antimicrobial

 

Practical Tips to Improve Asian American Participation in Cancer Clinical Trials

This online course will educate healthcare providers and allied health professionals about cancer clinical trials and cultural humility skills as well as provide educational resources and tips for reinforcing change in practice to improve outcomes in Asian American clinical trial participation.
https://www.coursera.org/course/clinicaltrials

 

SICKO - Surgical Improvement of Clinical Knowledge Ops

The course will fill the gap between didactic learning and clinical application in developing an interactive course that offers an opportunity to learn and apply surgical decision making skills for practicing surgeons in treating acute and sub-acute surgical conditions and complications.
http://cme.stanford.edu/sicko/

 

Statistics for Medical Professionals

This course seeks to fulfill the need in the clinical community to better understand medical statistics as it pertains to practicing evidence based medicine, communicating treatment outcome probability to patients and interpreting the results of studies and scientific papers, and in turn improving quality of patient care. This applies to all specialties in various settings of practice.
https://cme.class.stanford.edu/courses/CME/001/2013-2015/about

 

Teaching Basic Bedside Transthoracic Echocardiography and Ultrasonography Examination to Evaluate Hypotension and Hypoxemia

This course is a didactic and interactive introduction to the topic designed to motivate practicing physicians to pursue hands-on training to achieve Level 1 or Level 2 ASE HCU training through further study and practice. In addition to providing an overview and foundational knowledge about the use of HCU’s in the clinical setting, the curriculum is designed to provide an educational roadmap to further training opportunities and courses that will allow practicing physicians to become independently competent in the use of HCU’s to complement their clinical examination and improve their diagnostic skills.
http://www.ttebasics.org/

 

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