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Here you'll find the latest news and featured highlights from Clinician Resources.

9th Annual Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Conference

This conference aims to educate learners on emerging trends in quality improvement and patient safety through new strategies, priorities, and direction in medicine and healthcare systems. 

April 25, 2023 | CME and MOC Part II Credit available

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5th Annual Hematologic Malignancies Symposium

The symposium will provide important novel development in MDS and AML pathogenesis leading to unique opportunity for clinical trial design ideas. 

March 25, 2023 | CME, MOC, and CNE credits available 

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Clinical Genetics Conference

Somatic Genetic Alterations in Vascular Anomalies

Dr. Ionela Iacobas discusses her collaborative research on the potential benefits of conducting somatic genetic testing in patients with vascular anomalies.

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BCM Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3)

The Ethics, Professionalism, and Policy Program (EP3) is the ethics education curriculum created by the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. The goal of the EP3 program is to educate the medical community about biomedical ethics. The EP3 topics are issues most medical providers encounter regularly but many feel unequipped to handle. The EP3 program’s goal is to provide easily digestible and actionable recommendations and resources about these complicated topics.

CME and Ethics credit available

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Datathon

There is often confusion around the role of quality improvement (QI) projects distinguished from research. The change in a particular context of the scientific evidence is important in order to be able to define the project as QI. The incorporation into practice and execution of the project can change based on environment. The purpose of this activity is to familiarize attendees with quality improvement definitions, QI project approaches based on context, and considerations when analyzing results. CME credit available

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22nd Annual GI and Liver Course 22nd Annual GI & Liver Course: Innovations in Clinical Care

This conference aims to provide updates for practicing physicians and other health professionals in both the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and liver diseases/conditions is essential to providing quality care leading to improved patient outcomes. 

March 25 – 26, 2023 | CME and Ethics credits available 

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Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal Cancer: Update in Screening Guidelines

In this presentation, Dr. Yesenia Rojas-Khalil discusses current guidelines and screening modalities for colorectal cancer, as well as the rationale behind the changes in recommendations and barriers for implementation.

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National Kidney Month

In recognition of National Kidney Month, Clinician Resources is highlighting the research and education available from Baylor Faculty and affiliates about kidney care and health.

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Series from Texas Heart Institute

NEW: Two series from Texas Heart Institute.

Texas Heart Institute's Cardiology Grand Rounds

This activity is currently eligible for CME credit.

Texas Heart Institute Global Cardiovascular Forum

This activity is not currently eligible for CME credit.

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Connections: Reflections from the Frontlines of the Covid Pandemic

Episode 3, features Sergio Trevino Castillo, MD, MBA, an infectious diseases and critical care physician at Baylor St Luke's Medical Center and assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine. Join Dr. Castillo as he reflects on the first two years of COVID-19 – the humbling battle to save lives, the extraordinary measures taken to protect each other, and the surprising way of finding new resolve for a challenging profession.

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