HSS offers a wide range of on-site and online continuing education courses. Both accredited and non-accredited educational offerings are available. Visit the CME/CEU Activities and Offerings page for a selection of CME/CEU courses, activities, conferences, and more. Many of the courses held on-site at HSS offer a live-streaming option.
Professional Education Programs
This course will cover a full range of conditions, reinforce basic knowledge and provide updates regarding the latest treatment innovations in pediatric musculoskeletal care.
This symposium is designed to provide participants with an update in knee replacement surgical techniques; strategies to provide optimal care and manage post-operative complications; and the ability to identify and appraise the current controversies in the care and treatment of knee disorders.
This comprehensive review of all treatment modalities, including rehabilitation, preventive rehabilitation and surgical techniques, will augment the practitioners’ armamentarium of treatment options and enhance their ability to treat tennis injuries.
Collegiate and professional soccer leagues rely upon their medical teams to treat soccer-related injuries and return injured players to the game. This activity will provide medical teams with guidance on the identification, prevention and treatment of injuries common to soccer athletes.
Successful outcomes following limb lengthening and reconstructive procedures depend on a multidisciplinary approach. A thorough understanding of the procedures and post-operative care are imperative.
Information about the 14th Biennial International Society for Fracture Repair Conference, To be held May 14-16, 2014 at Hospital for Special Surgery. This meeting also features a call for abstracts.
Participants will complete this CME activity by reading the article "Periprosthetic Joint Infection in Patients with Inflammatory Joint Disease: a Review of Risk Factors and Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Management" and finishing a post- test.
David B. Levine, MD’s new book, Anatomy of a Hospital: Hospital for Special Surgery 1863-2013, details the history of HSS from the Civil War and chronicles how the hospital has shaped the field of musculoskeletal health.