If you have been a registered participant in a CME activity at Hospital for Special Surgery, you may download a detailed transcript of your CME activities and credits earned for a specified period of time. Credits are archived for a six-year period.
Professional Education Programs
This course will provide clinicians with guidance on the identification, prevention and surgical/non-surgical treatment of articular cartilage injuries, shoulder injuries, and soft tissue injuries in athletes.
Topics will include optimal analgesia regimens, pre-operative evaluation of the complex patient, evidence-based practices in perioperative care, new anticoagulants, and more
Information about the 14th Biennial International Society for Fracture Repair Conference, To be held May 14-16, 2014 at Hospital for Special Surgery. This meeting also features a call for abstracts.
This one-day course will provide an overview of the use of video capillaroscopy in connective tissue disease along with experience using this technology in patients. This course is open to all interested clinicians and scientists.
The majority of care for spine deformity diagnoses is still delivered at the discretion of the surgeon with practice guided by personal experience. This course will provide important updates on clinical practice and care delivery.
Participants will complete this CME activity by reading the article "Periprosthetic Joint Infection in Patients with Inflammatory Joint Disease: a Review of Risk Factors and Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Management" and finishing a post- test.