Title Category Credit Event date Cost
2015 Pediatric End of Life Issues: Palliative Care and Advance Care Planning
  • Participation
$0.00 This one hour activity will discuss the role of pediatric palliative care and who is eligible. Specific tools are provided to empower the clinician to initiate end of life care discussions with patients and their families, aid the family in advance care planning, and support the family after the death of their child. Concepts will be illustrated through real interviews depicting families’ struggles with end of life care. Videos were produced by the courageous parents network.
MGH Short-term Mechanical Support Heart/Lung Symposium 2020
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
10/23/2020 $180.00 This virtual course involves didactic lectures, debates, video presentations, and case discussions. Interactive online/direct discussions/questions are provided. Lectures primarily involve presentation of scientific data relevant to ECLS and ex vivo organ preservation. Case presentations of the different forms of ECLS will allow attendees to participate and get the input and perspective of their disciplines.
Archived CareZooming Roundtable: Delivering Effective Primary Care in the Context of COVID
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
$20.00 COVID has significantly changed the way we deliver care. As the pandemic reaches a plateau, clinics are attempting to adapt to a new era of provision of combined virtual and in-person care while bearing in mind COVID-related risks. In addition to presenting operational challenges, this model presents challenges for team-based care and care of vulnerable populations. We share strategies employed by Dr. Hannah Jackson (Assistant Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of Ambulatory Care at NYC Health + Hospitals) and Dr.
DF/BWCC 2020 Collaborative Symposium
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Nursing
  • Participation
10/15/2020 $50.00 DescriptionThe course is designed to give medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, midlevel providers (e.g. nurse practitioners and physician assistants) and nurses, updated information regarding the management of a broad spectrum of cancer types. The Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center (DFBWCC) has a robust faculty of sub-specialized medical and radiation oncologists who possess the most up-to-date expertise, best practices, research, and findings on virtually all cancer types.
Tools for Faculty Advancement
$0.00
Foundations in MGH Medicine 2019
$0.00
Making the Unconscious Conscious: The Impact of Unconscious Bias in Healthcare
$0.00