UT Southwestern Medical Center's Office of Public Education and Continuing Medical Education provides the highest quality continuing health education to physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Our symposia aim to promote the improvement of patient care by enhancing the skills of health care professionals in an engaging, thought-provoking environment.
Symposia participants can immediately apply new knowledge and skills to their clinical practices. Topics are selected through an extensive ongoing process of needs assessment.
Outstanding faculty has been assembled for each symposia, with presenters who are committed to providing participants with evidence-based, current, and practical information. Faculty members are selected based on their individual areas of expertise, their ability to communicate first-hand knowledge to others in a clear and concise manner, their commitment to address issues of current concern, and their willingness to interact with participants.
20th Annual Paul C. Peters Urology Symposium
Advances in Lower Extremity Wound Care and Limb Salvage
Psychiatry Update Series: Values & Ethics When Considering Alternative Psychotherapies – CBT or Psychodynamic?
Global Health Symposium
36th Annual Carrell-Krusen Neuromuscular Symposium
Thursday, February 13–Friday, February 14, 2014