Learning From CHIP Complications: How to Be a Better Interventionalist
August 10-11, 2018
This program is not accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME). This program is geared to all interventionalists seeking to improve their ability to manage any complications related to percutaneous coronary intervention. Participants will learn algorithms and management strategies to manage acute closure and sudden hemodynamic collapse. They will be able to better treat coronary perforation, atherectomy complications, and coronary gear entrapment. Plus, they will gain insight through demonstration and discussion of vascular access issues of radial, femoral, transcaval, and perc axillary.
46th Annual Advances in Family Medicine and Primary Care
September 10-14, 2018
This is the 46th year that the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine is offering five days of educational opportunities for family medicine and primary care health care providers. Each year, our goal is to provide current information about practice skills and the diagnosis and management of a broad array of primary health care issues within family medicine, cardiology, endocrinology, psychiatry and behavioral science, neurology, sports medicine, women’s health, pulmonology, nephrology, infectious disease, chronic pain, pediatrics, and gastroenterology. We have an exciting program which highlights important primary care clinical updates, hands-on MSK ultrasound workshop, and buprenorphine certification training.