Posts tagged Continuing Medical Education

DMU achieves AOA reaccreditation with commendation for continuing medical education

Des Moines University earned a perfect score for its continuing medical education activities for physicians from the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). The AOA is the nation’s primary certifying body for doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs) and the accrediting agency for all osteopathic medical schools. Its Council on Continuing Medical Education (CME) reviews and evaluates formal […]

— Jordan Bahnsen

IACUC conference a success

On June 14, Des Moines University’s Office of Research and Continuing Medical Education departments hosted IACUC Approval in the Ever Changing Research Environment. Guests included IACUC members, investigators, center directors, and administrators from Des Moines University, Iowa State University, Grinnell College, Simpson, North Dakota State University, University of Iowa, USDA – National Animal Disease Center, and industry. […]

— Vanessa Ross

Free CME offered by the Mayo Clinic

The Des Moines University Office of Research invites you to participate in a series of online professional development research courses developed by the Mayo Clinic. The series focuses on research foundations that underlie practice improvement efforts. Research categories include advanced research methods, research and the community, research proposal process, statistical concepts, statistics and informatics software, […]

— Anna Hudson

Stimulating Saturday in neuroanatomy

While interactive learning is happening pretty much all the time at DMU, a particularly engaged group of clinicians came to campus last Saturday for a neuroanatomy review course. Designed for participants to review, dissect and discuss gross anatomical structures of the brain related to rehabilitation of cerebral and cerebellar pathologies, the course was a collective […]

— Barb Boose

CME opportunities for alumni, community

Des Moines University Continuing Medical Education (DMU CME) continues to provide countless opportunities for alumni and community members to earn CME credits year-round. Check out these upcoming CME events and the CME calendar! Foot and Ankle Surgery Symposium April 27–28, 2012 Des Moines University, Des Moines, IA Registration fee: $25-$125 Contact hours: TBD Register Fascial Distortion […]

— Anna Hudson