To host a new or repeat CEU Professional Education program at Hospital for Special Surgery, please complete a Program Request Form (pdf) and return to the Office of Continuing Medical Education either via fax (212.734.3833) or via email to email@example.com. The Office of CME will review your submission and then forward to the CME Committee for approval of the program concept.
If you are planning a new or repeat CME activity, please use the CME Application (pdf) instead. The Program Request Form is not required for new or repeat CME activities.
Before completing either the Program Request Form or the CME Application, we encourage you to review the Professional Education Program Development Guide (pdf) on how to plan, design and implement a CEU or CME activity. Any questions may be directed to Allison Goldberg, Director, Professional Education at 212.606.1834 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have been a registered participant in a CME activity at Hospital for Special Surgery, you may download a detailed transcript of your CME activities and credits earned for a specified period of time. Credits are archived for a six-year period.
Professional Education Programs
Understanding the anatomy and movement patterns of the hip joint is critical to the evaluation and treatment of the athlete’s hip.
There are many complex issues inherent in treating both acute and persistent pain. Traditional interventions like opioid therapy remain a valuable treatment option but raise questions about safety and efficacy.
Patients suffering from lumbar spine disorders make up one of the largest populations seeking healthcare services.This activity’s lecture and lab components prepare clinicians to more effectively treat lumbar spine disorders.