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Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development (MSCPD) strives to provide the finest learning environment to meet the needs of any learner. The following self-study selections will provide an opportunity for providers to stay abreast of advances in several medical specialties.
This multidisciplinary content is designed to teach the technique of radioguided breast surgery utilizing an I-125 radioactive seed in place of a localization wire for the surgical management of breast disease, including cancer.
This course is focused on educating the healthcare team that is integral in the translation of individualized medicine into patient care. Well-known experts in each field give in-depth didactics on state-of-the-art subjects in genomic medicine.
This course provides the cardiologist and internist with an overview of all aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Well-known experts in each field give in-depth didactics on state-of-the-art subjects in cardiovascular medicine.
This Mayo Clinic CME course provides the cardiologist, echocardiographer, cardiology fellow and cardiac sonographer with an overview of all aspects of cardiovascular ultrasound with a practical and clinical disease orientated focus.
This Mayo Clinic Continuing Medical Education course provides the cardiologist and electrophysiologist with an overview of all aspects of cardiovascular electrophysiology. The course includes numerous case based sessions.
This Mayo Clinic CME course highlights interventional cardiology topics with practical application in studying for board certification. Specific patient lesion and procedural characteristics are highlighted, including a review of challenging cases.
This program is a practical course with concise lectures to prepare healthcare professionals to do global health care more intelligently in resource-limited areas. Topics include diagnosing and treating common maladies in developing countries, educating patients and communities, performing emergency OB procedures and more. Keynote lectures on Global Health Needs and Malaria 2011 by Lawrence Barat, M.D., Ph.D.