The purpose of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is to support the continuing education needs of the medical community by providing high-quality, evidence-based activities designed to narrow the professional practice gaps of its learners.
The activities are designed to help learners maintain and upgrade clinical skills and knowledge, keep abreast of new and evolving medical concepts pertaining to effective diagnostic and treatment strategies, remain current with basic science research, and foster professional development in procedural skills, communication and teaching skills, and bioethics.
The Sepsis Resuscitation Bundle: The Identification and Management of At Risk Patients
To help improve the treatment of sepsis and reduce high mortality rates associated with the condition, the Surviving Sepsis Campaign has identified the sepsis resuscitation bundle. The purpose of this CME activity is to educate physicians on the details of the sepsis resuscitation bundle, including when the bundle should be initiated, what the bundle consists of, and the selection of antibiotics based upon the presumptive site of the infection.
The Aesthetic Eyelid Fresh Cadaver Surgery Procedure Workshop is now full. Please call the UCLA CME Office to be added to the waitlist. In the interim, please consider enrolling in the Moderated High Definition Video Feed of Dissection Lab.