Regularly Scheduled CME Series
12 sub-series | First Hill, Cherry Hill, Ballard and Issaquah
The series will provide a forum for case presentations and discussions of protocols and care pathways, as well as technology-related issues in the care of patients with cancer. You must be on staff at Swedish Medical Center to attend this series. This series consists of 12 sub-series across three campuses.
2nd & 3rd Thursdays | Cherry Hill
The Combined Campus Cardiovascular Conference Series provides an ongoing educational forum for physicians and allied health professionals to enhance their diagnostic, clinical and treatment skills.
2nd & 3rd Thursdays | First Hill
Grand Rounds provides an ongoing forum for physicians and allied health professionals to enhance their diagnostic, clinical, and treatment skills and to actively involve medical, surgical, nursing, pharmacy and therapy staff in real-time improvement of patient care at Swedish Medical Center. The sessions are targeted to all specialties and health-care professionals.
Surgery Residents/Fellows & Surgical Topic Presentations- 2nd Thursday/Month
Family Medicine Residents Presentations - 3rd Thursday/Month
4th Wednesdays | First Hill, Ballard, Edmonds and Issaquah
The Medical Ethics Conference Series provides an ongoing forum for teaching ethical principles and exploring ethical concepts. The faculty will address a new topic each month. The discussions will include ethics studies on timely topics and case presentations. Contact Swedish CME to be added to the invite mail list at email@example.com
6 sub-series | Cherry Hill
Neuroscience Grand Rounds informs physicians about current and emerging research for neurological conditions. By engaging physicians and allied health professionals on a regular basis, the series also provides attendees with frequent updates on diagnostic and treatment options from a variety of neurological disciplines. SSF Grand Rounds has a surgical focus, while SNI Neurology Grand Rounds has a non-surgical focus.
Many other non-accredited educational events occur at Swedish Medical Center. Physicians may self-claim Category II credit toward Washington State Relicensure for these sessions.