Tampa General Hospital Continuing Medical Education Program
Featured On-Demand CME
In this CME, you will discuss current approaches used to clinically manage epithelial ovarian cancer, discuss the logistics of heated intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HiPEC) and its evolution as a therapeutic modality, review the benefits ...
In this CME, you will review the outcomes for different subsets of patients with pancreatic cancer, recognize the potential relevance of neoadjuvant chemotherapy and radiotherapy for resectable and unresectable pancreatic cancer, and discuss ...
In this CME, you will discuss the approach to diagnosis of sarcoidosis, discuss how to navigate multisystem sarcoidosis, review who to treat, how to treat, when to treat sarcoidosis, and identify future directions in management of sarcoidosis.
In this CME, you will identify the recent data on Short course radiation and discuss emerging research for rectal cancer.
In this CME, you will review historical teachings of primary hyperparathyroidism and establish a sharpened clinical eye for recognizing the typical presentation in an ambulatory and hospital setting.
In this CME, you will review staging of TTTS, evaluate rationale for current management of TTTS, and recognize the scientific evidence for stage-based management of TTTS.
In this CME, you will review current surgical options, trends and controversies in the treatment of breast cancer.
In this CME, you will review the role of Combined Modality Therapy for treatment of Colorectal Liver Metastasis, identify the sequence of Combined Modality Therapy in Liver Metastasis from Rectal Cancer, and review indications and Contraindications ...
In this CME, you will review the treatment options available for unilateral sensory hearing loss and learn cochlear implant surgical criteria.
In this CME, you will review indications for non-breast conservation in breast cancer and identity reconstructive options.
In this CME, you will review guideline based diagnostic evaluations and indications for referrals in patients with mitral valve disease.
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USF Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
USF Health (provider number 2970) is an approved provider of continuing education for nurses through Florida Board of Nursing.