Saint Louis University School of Medicine CME Program

Mission

The ultimate goal of the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program of Saint Louis University School of Medicine is to provide high-quality, un-biased educational activities that are based on the best evidence available to help our participants improve patient outcomes within their scope of practice.

Accreditation

Saint Louis University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Saint Louis School of Medicine CME Program has been resurveyed by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and awarded Accreditation with Commendation for six years as a provider of continuing medical education for physicians. Current accreditation expires November 30, 2019.

The SLUs CME Program, accredited since 1978, provides oversight for in-house regularly scheduled conferences (RSC), as well as joint provided RSCs at other hospitals that do not have their own CME accreditation. Live activities and enduring materials are reviewed and approved for multiple disciplinary target audience as applicable  for the gap and the outcomes of the educational strategies being provided at the activity. Our program has also been approved by the American Psychological Association, Missouri Board of Nursing Home Administration, the Commission on Dietetic Registration, and the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation to provide physical therapy and occupational therapy CE.  Below you will find information about the other areas of the university that currently use this portal for their continuing education activities, joint provided and direct provided.

The SLU CME Program staff can be reached by email at cme@slu.edu or by calling the following staff:

Tammi Mooshegian, CME Program Director, 314-977-7401

Allyson Artis, CME Program Coordinator and Financial Assistant, 314-977-7322

Website for more in depth information: http://www.slu.edu/continuing-medical-education-(cme)

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Division of Geriatric Medicine

Since 1988 The Division of Geriatric Medicine has provided inter-professional continuing education in the practice of geriatric care in the community setting in assessment and intervention; current research into assessment and intervention strategies in such areas as: dementia, depression, communication, workforce development, nutrition, hip fractures, and caregiver well-being; and appropriate prevention, assessment, and intervention strategies in such areas as: cognitive stimulation therapy, palliative and end-of-life care, exercise, geriatric syndromes, polypharmacy, cancer, caregiver support, and home-based care.
Funded by a three-year, $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Division of Geriatric Medicine is leading an initiative to improve the health of older Missourians by training primary care health providers in geriatrics. The project involves professionals and students in geriatric medicine, geriatric psychiatry, nursing, social work, physical and occupational therapy, nutrition, and speech therapy.

Contact Information:  Kathy Leonard, kleona12@slu.edu

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Saint Louis University School of Nursing

Saint Louis University has been a national leader in nursing education since 1928. We have a national reputation for innovative and pioneering bachelor's, master's, post-master's nurse practitioner certificate and doctoral (D.N.P. and Ph.D.) programs.  

 

SLU’sSchool of Nursing programs  are nationally recognized for their innovative and comprehensive curricula. Throughout the years, the School of Nursing's faculty has played a pivotal role in advancing the growing field of nursing research.

Advanced Practice Nursing Conference & Workshops are held at the School of Nursing. For a reveiw of their upcoming activities click on non-CME activities.

 

CONTACT THE SCHOOL OF NURSING
Phone: 314-977-8900
Toll-free: 877-977-8950
E-mail:slunurse@slu.edu

 

 


 


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Upcoming Courses

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November 6, 2019 The Perils and Promises of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Business
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The Bander Center for Medical Business is pleased to announce a rare and engaging conference that will share the most current research, analysis and debates about a topic that is nearly hidden from our lives, but certainly help define our civilization in the years ahead. This will be a unique gathering - thought-provoking, data rich, practical, and surprising. We will be focused on helping each other better understand a future that is evolving faster than we can imagine.

Please join us in St. Louis for Th Perils and Promises of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Business, which will bring together extraordinary leaders in business, law, technology, and biotechs. This one-day conference is structured to offer dynamic discussions and meaningful human connections - helping all of us see our world with more discernment and perspective.

November 19, 2019 Trauma Symposium Program 2019
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This symposium is designed for physicians, advanced practice providers (APPs), registered nurses, pre-hospital care providers, physical and occupational therapists, and respiratory therapists involved in the management, diagnosis, treatment, and transport of trauma patients. This one day program will explore common mechanisms of injuries associated with trauma, as well as provide participants with many concepts and current guidelines concerning the management of the trauma patient.
January 6 - January 9, 2020 The Original Medicolegal Death Investigator Training Course, January 6-9, 2020
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Offered twice each year, SLU's Monday-Thursday Medicolegal Death Investiagtors Training Course teaches individuals how to conduct scientific, systematic and through death scene and telephone investigations for medical examiner and coroner office, as well as law enforcement, forensic nurses, and others in the field of death investigation.

With the addition of the Child Death Scene Workshop and the Blood Spatter workshop the course has become even more interactive and reviews from the past participants value the time spent in these new sections of the schedule.

August 24 - August 28, 2020 The Original Medicolegal Death Investigator Training Course, August 24-28, 2020 - F082420
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Offered twice each year, SLU's Monday-Thursday Medicolegal Death Investiagtors Training Course teaches individuals how to conduct scientific, systematic and through death scene and telephone investigations for medical examiner and coroner office, as well as law enforcement, forensic nurses, and others in the field of death investigation.

With the addition of the Child Death Scene Workshop and the Blood Spatter workshop the course has become even more interactive and reviews from the past participants value the time spent in these new sections of the schedule.