There are so many ways to complete your CME credits, it can be hard to find the right course for you. Below are a few anesthesia CME 2020 courses that we think will provide you with the latest knowledge you need for the practice of anesthesia.
If you’re looking for other ways to complete your CME requirements:
Anesthesia CME 2020 Courses
Listed alphabetically by course name.
33rd Annual Carolina Refresher Course: Update in Anesthesiology, Pain, & Critical Care Medicine
Get the latest information on anesthesia practice in easy-to-digest 30-minute sessions. Sessions include lectures, speaker panels, and Q&A.
Credits: 23.5 CME
Dates: June 14-18
Location: West Beach Conference Center
City: Kiawah Island, SC
Anesthesia for Global Outreach
This course is for anesthesia providers and critical care professionals traveling to developing countries where anesthesia care is limited or substantially different. It is intended to prepare participants to work in conditions that they are unlikely to have encountered in their training or standard practice.
Credits: 21 CME
Dates: October 9-11
Location: Boston Children’s Hospital
City: Boston, MA
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Hands-On Diagnostics and Guided Interventional Skills with Cadaver Lab
Learn how to complete this cutting-edge procedure being used to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal disorders. This hands-on course provides step-by-step guidance on how to complete the procedure and allows you to complete practice sessions with live models and more advanced procedural applications with cadavers.
Credits: 14.75 CME
Dates: March 28-29
Location: Massachusetts Eye and Ear
City: Boston, MA
Pain Management and Palliative Care 2020
This course is intended for both anesthesiologists and general practitioners looking to improve their skills in providing care for patients with serious illness and a variety of pain management needs. The course includes pain assessment, sage opioid prescribing practices, and more.
Credits: 30.5 CME
Dates: March 2-6
Location: The Ritz-Carlton
City: Half Moon Bay, CA
UAB Winter Course: Anesthesiology and Care of Surgical Patients
This course is intended for anyone involved in the care of surgical patients, including anesthesiologists. Faculty come from a range of specialty backgrounds to present up-to-date information on invasive procedures, critical care medical management, and pain management.
Credits: 27 Hours
Dates: January 26-31
Location: Antlers at Vail
City: Vail, CO
USF – Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop
This workshop provides intensive instruction for both novices and experts of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia. Participants will have up to six hours of hands-on scanning practice to improve their regional anesthesia skills.
Location: AC Hotel by Marriott Tampa Airport
City: Tampa, FL
Dates: March 7
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton at Universal Studios
City: Orlando, FL
Dates: April 18
Location: Renaissance Orlando
City: Orlando, FL
USGRA Preceptorship at the Andrews Institute
This two-day intensive program allows you to observe an ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia practice at a world-class orthopedics institute. This course is intended for anesthesiologists and block nurses looking to benefit from observing leaders in their field who use a care team model for regional anesthesia delivery.
January 9-10, 23-24
February 6-7, 20-21
March 5-6, 12-13
April 2-3, 16-17
May 7-8, 21-22
Location: Andrews Research & Education Foundation
City: Gulf Breeze, FL