"5 Reasons for Less Than 5 Digits" - Congenital Hand Differences - June 11, 6 PM
Title: "5 Reasons for Less Than 5 Digits" - Congenital Hand Differences Speaker: Brinkley Sandvall, MD, Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, Division of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
VUMC Surgeon Dr. Brinkley Sandvall will be leading a virtual presentation on Congenital Hand Differences titled "5 Reasons for Less Than 5 Digits," which will review main diagnoses, workup, timing, referral recommendations, and primary care best practices.
When? Thursday, June 11, 6 PM
**CME Credit and MOC Part 2 Points available for attendees**
COVID-19 PIMS: Unraveling the Mystery - RECORDING (Taped May 21)
Dr. Sophie Katz of VUMC's Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases delivered a video presentation on May 21 updating the community on recent reports in several areas around the country of COVID-related PIMS in children.
View the video and presentation slides at the links.
Attendees at CPF's CME Education Series are eligible to receive 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (CME) and 1.5 ABP MOC Part 2 Credits for each session. To be eligible to receive the credits, you MUST create or already have a profile in Vanderbilt's CME system. Follow the instructions in the link below to create a profile.