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
As a result of attending this program, participants will be able to identify issues and challenges inherent in pain management and describe effective treatment strategies for both the acute and chronic phases.
This course will cover a full range of muskuloskeletal conditions relevant to pediatric primary care, reinforce basic knowledge and provide updates regarding the latest treatment innovations
This annual symposium will include cutting-edge information on surgical techniques and materials in knee and hip replacements, providing optimal care and treatment, and recognizing/managing post-operative complications in adult reconstruction.
Participants can complete these CME activities by reading the indicated articles and finishing the post- tests.