UMA Events

UMA House of Delegates (125th Annual Meeting)
September 13-14, 2019
Zermatt Resort & Spa, Midway, Utah

 

UMA CME Calendar


Calendared Events:

April 2019

15-16 Generations: Behavioral Health & Addiction Interventions for Professionals, SLC, ESI (18.5)
               -Psychiatry for the Primary Care Provider, Salt Lake City, ESI (8.75)
               -Applying the Integrated Care Approach, ESI (4.0)
26-27 2019 Utah Dermatology Annual Conference, Springdale, UMAF (TBD)

May 2019

11       Advanced Trauma Life Support Refresher Course, Murray, ACS (5.0)
14-17 Ogden Surgical Medical Society Conference: Bringing Health Care to the World, Ogden, OSMS (27.0)
17      2nd Utah Amyloidosis Symposium , SLC, UUCME (TBD)
17-18 Advanced Trauma Life Support Student Course, Salt Lake City, ACS (17.0)

June 2019

3-5      41st Annual Common Problems in Pediatrics, SLC, IHC (17.0 and 4.0 MOC)
12-14  Addictions update: Science, Policy, and Treatment, SLC, ESI (TBD)
13-15  2019 Advances in Pediatric Retina Course, SLC, UUCME (19.0)
14-15  1st Annual HIV Prevention in Primary Care Conference, SLC, Utah AAFP (22.0)
21-22  25th Annual Utah Otolaryngology Update, SLC, UUCME (11.0)

October 2019

4        Collegium Aesculapium Annual Meeting, SLC, UMAF (7.5)

 

CME Spotlights

Title:        Generations: Behavioral Health & Addiction Interventions for Professionals
                 (includes full day optional track on Psychiatry for the Primary Care Provider 
                 and half-day workshop on Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health)
When:     April 15-16, 2019
Where:    Salt Palace Convention Center
URL:         https://esimgt.com/generations-2019/
Provider: ESI Management
CME:        18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 

The most established professional education program in the Intermountain West for behavioral health and addiction professionals, “Generations”, is happening April 15-16. Over 23 years ago, physicians joined other providers for this multi-disciplinary and multi-faceted program focused on providing skills for clinicians to incorporate into their own practices.  Now, the University of Utah Department of Psychiatry is furthering their partnership in this program by offering two special program components.

First, will be a day-long track on Psychiatry for the Primary Care Provider.  Some of the issues to be covered include treatment-resistant depression, alcohol use disorder, adult ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder and the use of atypical antipsychotics.

On the second day, April 16, Lori Raney, MD, a board-certified psychiatrist and leading authority on integration of primary care and behavioral health, will be offering a 4-hour workshop. Her work focuses on service evaluation, gap analysis and design and training of multidisciplinary teams to implement evidence-based practices to improve the identification and treatment of mental illness in the primary care setting and improve the health status of patients with serious mental illness in behavioral health settings.

The Honorable Patrick Kennedy will be offering a federal perspective on our integrated system and renowned national and local clinicians will also provide trainings on a plethora of issues which present in physician offices. To view the full program and other details and to register for this CME Activity, go to www.esimgt.com and click on “Generations” under the ‘Conferences & Events’ Tab.

This program was founded by the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute and is offered in partnership with the Utah Division of Substance Abuse & Mental Health as well as a large collaborative of organizations providing treatment and support throughout our communities.

 

Title:         Preventing Suicide: Best Practices and Resources for Utah Physicians
When:      On-demand Webinar 
Where:     Online
Provider:  UMA Foundation
CME:         1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Approximately 45 percent of all individuals who die by suicide visited a physician in the month preceding death. Yet according the Utah Behavioral Health Workforce Suicide Prevention Survey, only 57 percent of physicians said they were confident in their ability to help a suicidal patient. This online training will provide physicians with the training and resources in suicide screening, risk assessment, evidence-based interventions, and available resources.

Following this activity, learners should be able to

  • Describe the epidemiology of suicide;
  • Identify the warning signs and risk factors for suicide;
  • Assess a patient’s suicide risk;
  • Develop a safety plan with the patient;
  • Access available resources.

To learn more or to register for this free webinar, Click Here. In addition to earning CME credit, internists and pediatricians can earn 1.0 MOC point.

 

2018 ATLS Course Catalog

 


Recurring Activities

 

Recurring activities are scheduled at St. Mark’s Hospital, IHC Hospitals, Primary Children’s Medical Center, and the University of Utah School of Medicine. Contact the sponsor for specific information. For more information on the above listings, please call the provider at the phone number listed below.

List of Sponsors

ACHL     Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning, Chicago, IL, 773/714-0705
ACOG    American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UT Chapter, SLC, 801/747-3500
ACP       American College of Physicians, UT Chapter, SLC, 801/582-1565 x2441
ACS       American College of Surgeons – Email UtahATLS@gmail.com for info about ATLS
AMA      American Medical Association, Chicago 312/464-4761
AUCH    Association for Utah Community Health, SLC, 801/924-2848
CA         Collegium Aesculapium, Orem, 801/802-0449
ESI        ESI Management Group, SLC, 801/501-9446
HI          HealthInsight, SLC, 801/892-6645
IASIS     IASIS Healthcare, SLC, 801/984-2384
ISCD      International Society for Clinical Densitometry, Middletown CT, 860/259-1000
IHC        Intermountain Healthcare CME, SLC, 800/842-5498
LVH       Lakeview Hospital, Bountiful, 801/299-2546
MM       Mountain Medical Physician Specialists, 801/866-2977
MVH     Mountain View Hospital, Payson, 801/465-7073
OSMS   Ogden Surgical-Medical Society, Ogden, 801/564-5585
PCH      Primary Children’s Hospital, SLC, 800/910-7262
PCME   Potomac Center for Medical Education, Colombia MD, 410/309-0690
TRH      Timpanogos Regional Hospital, Orem, 801/714-6505
UAFP    Utah Academy of Family Physicians, SLC, 801/587-3285
UHLF    Utah Healthy Living Foundation, SLC, 801/993-1800 or 801/712-8831
UDS      Utah Dermatology Society, SLC, 801-266-8841
UMAF   Utah Medical Association Foundation, SLC, 801/747-3500
UMIA     Utah Medical Insurance Association, SLC, 801/531-0375
UOS      Utah Ophthalmology Society, SLC, 801/747-3500
USH      Utah State Hospital, Provo, 801/344-4265
UUCME University of Utah Continuing Medical Education, SLC, 801/581-8664
VA        VA Center for Learning, SLC, 801/584-2586

The following websites offer online continuing medical education:

http://cme.utahmed.org
http://ce.effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov/continuing-education/Physician
www.thedoctorschannel.com/tag/cme/
www.freecme.com
http://pri-med.com/pmo/OnlineCME.aspx
http://uuhsc.utah.edu/som/education/cme
www.cmelist.com
www.ama-assn.org
www.baylorcme.org
http://cme.emedicine.com
www.vlh.com
http://cme.nejm.org

The following sites allow you to search databases to locate medical meetings throughout the country:

www.ama-assn.org
www.eMedEvents.com


November 2018

2         Pediatric Neuroscience Symposium, Salt Lake City, PCH (7.0) 
9         MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
9-10    Community and Specialty Based Care, Murray, PCH (11.5)
10       4th Annual Pediatric Otolaryngology Update, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.0)
15       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Layton, UMAF (2.0)
16-17  Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
16-17  Family Medicine Conference, Snowbird, UUCME (7.0)
27       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Salt Lake City, UMAF (2.0)
30       MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
30-12/1 Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
30-12/1 Integrated Pain Symposium, Park City, PCH (TBD)

November 2018

2         Pediatric Neuroscience Symposium, Salt Lake City, PCH (7.0) 
9         MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
9-10    Community and Specialty Based Care, Murray, PCH (11.5)
10       4th Annual Pediatric Otolaryngology Update, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.0)
15       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Layton, UMAF (2.0)
16-17  Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
16-17  Family Medicine Conference, Snowbird, UUCME (7.0)
27       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Salt Lake City, UMAF (2.0)
30       MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
30-12/1 Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
30-12/1 Integrated Pain Symposium, Park City, PCH (TBD)

November 2018

2         Pediatric Neuroscience Symposium, Salt Lake City, PCH (7.0) 
9         MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
9-10    Community and Specialty Based Care, Murray, PCH (11.5)
10       4th Annual Pediatric Otolaryngology Update, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.0)
15       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Layton, UMAF (2.0)
16-17  Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
16-17  Family Medicine Conference, Snowbird, UUCME (7.0)
27       UMIA Risk Management Seminar, Salt Lake City, UMAF (2.0)
30       MOCA: Anesthesiology Simulation 2018, Salt Lake City, UUCME (7.5)
30-12/1 Advanced Trauma Life Support, Salt Lake City, ACS (16.0)
30-12/1 Integrated Pain Symposium, Park City, PCH (TBD)