HSS Alumni receive access to a variety of free online CME activities.
The following activities, free only for HSS Alumni, can be completed for credit online:
Over 40 Annual Alumni Meeting Modules Now Available!
Modules from the 97th Annual Alumni Meeting are releasing on a rolling schedule. Please log on to HSS eAcademy® by using your preferred email address and enter the keyword “Alumni 2015” in the “Search Courses” box. Then, sort by descending release date to list the most recently released activities. If you need assistance contact Colleen O’Shea, MPA, at email@example.com.
CME Activities from the HSS Alumni Association 95th Annual Meeting
Be sure to peruse modules from the 95th Annual Alumni Meeting online. Alumni receive access to restricted content such as the Business Meeting and Award Presentations. CME credit can be earned for modules on such timely topics as Inflammatory Arthritis and Sjogren’s Syndrome, Electronic Medical Records – An Orthopedic Perspective, Increasing Bone Mass with Anabolics: Mechanisms and Challenges, What’s New in Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction? and more.
CME Activities from the HSS Alumni Association 94th Annual Meeting
The 94th Annual Alumni Meeting is now online! CME credit can be earned for completing free e-learning activities on highly relevant topics to the field of musculoskeletal medicine, such as metal-on-metal joint replacements, controversies in spine care, nerve injury associated with orthopaedic trauma, decision making for first-time dislocators and pediatric and adolescent athletes, social media and its impact on orthopaedics, and more.
Free CME-accredited debates, symposia, guest lectures, class presentations and the Annual Alumni Business Meeting are all at your fingertips. Topics include AAOS Standards of Professionalism, Spine Symposium, Hip Preservation, Registries, and more.
Earn CME with Hospital for Special's Surgery's Visiting Professor Lecture Series. The following lectures, originally presented in the HSS live series, are now available online to Alumni for CME credit. Since 1968, this series has showcased lectures by renowned visiting faculty who are nationally and internationally recognized for expertise in their field. Newest lectures include Deformities in Total Ankle Replacement and Osteogenesis Imperfecta 2012: Current Concepts of Medical and Surgical Treatments.