Available Enduring Materials

 

Seminar in Advanced Rheumatology & Board Review Course 

The NYU Advanced Rheumatology Course is a convenient way to prepare for your Rheumatology Board Review, get up to date on the latest evidence-based approaches, and earn extensive CME credit.

 

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38th Annual Comprehensive Review of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 

This intensive review course examines the current practice of physical medicine and rehabilitation while emphasizing recent advances in the field. This program is an ideal way to prepare for your Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review, get up to date on the latest evidence-based approaches, and earn extensive CME credit.

 

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Principles of Dance Medicine Clinical Management of the Dancer Patient

The Principles of Dance Medicine Continuing Medical Education (CME) course is a 12-part digital series that contains information for the physician and allied healthcare professional who works with or are interested in caring for the dancer-patient.  The series will provide healthcare professionals with evidence-based research about the numerous intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors associated with dance injuries.  It will discuss the diagnosis, work-up, and treatment (both non-operative and operative) for injuries commonly seen in dancers.  Further, it will disclose the best-known means of reducing injury occurrence and severity, and teach the skills necessary for dance medicine professionals to improve health outcomes among their dancer-patients.  Latest research findings on injury rates in dance, screening, ergonomics, biomechanics, injury prevention, and rehabilitation will be covered.

 

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