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Continuing Medical Education

University Hospitals is dedicated to helping clinicians continue to advance their medical knowledge and skills through a variety of Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities. The Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center CME Program, will support the life-long learning of physicians and other health professionalsCME is available in a wide variety of formats including live meeting events, regularly scheduled conferences, scientific journals, and on demand presentations distributed online.

Additional Case Western Reserve University sponsored CME activities are posted and searchable on the Case Western Reserve University CME website. The site also allows you to download transcripts of all CME participation. There is no fee for obtaining a transcript online.

If you have questions or would like additional information about any UH CME event or program, please contact the CME program at 216-983-1239 or 1-800-274-6263.

CME for physicians and their clinician team members at UH Cleveland Medical Center is sponsored for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ by the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine CME Program.

Featured OnDemand CME


Anterior Segment Update for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist

Anterior Segment Update for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist

This program is a video recording of the original Virtual CME program presented on October 3, 2020. The program designed to update the comprehensive ophthalmologist on findings and management of anterior segment diseases based upon current ...



Expiration Date: August 9, 2023

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Heart & Vascular

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View All Neurology & Neurological Surgery CME


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UH Grand Rounds and Regularly Scheduled Series

A complete listing of specific times and locations for University Hospitals regularly scheduled series CME including all UH Grand Rounds visit Regularly Scheduled Series.

Pediatric Grand Rounds Live Webcasting

For physicians who are unable to attend in person, Pediatric Grand Rounds are also available as live webcasts. For requirements and instructions on how to view a webcast, please refer to these webcasting instructions

Live Webcasting

Computer Compatibility

  • Please be sure that the latest version of adobe is downloaded to your computer. 
  • Test your computer: 
  • If the test requires you to update Adobe Flash player please do so. It is important to install the Acrobat plug-in; the test page will guide you with this install. 
  • Mac users: Do not install Acrobat plug-in if asked, the videos will not play with this add-in due to a bug in the program.

Viewing the Live Webcast

  • Pediatric Grand Rounds begins at 8:00am each Thursday, unless otherwise noted. 
  • Close all running applications on your computer
  • Go to

Logging In: 

  • Click: “Enter as Guest” 
  • Enter your full name (required in order to obtain CME credit) 
  • Click on: “Enter Room” 
  • Once you are logged in, please follow instructions on the welcome screen. 
  • Instructions on how to claim your CME credit and fill out evaluations can be found on the last slide.

Important Links & Numbers

Refer A Patient: 800-552-8338

Physician Liaison Team: 216-286-9024

Transfer Referral Center: 800-421-9199

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Visit CWRU Continuing Medical Education for a complete listing of the upcoming virtual live streaming Intensive Courses

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2021 Stroke Conference and 16th Annual Neuroscience Nursing Symposium

Friday, October 29, 2021
Tri-C Corporate College East | 4400 Richmond Road, Room 126 | Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Recognize the expanding eligibility of stroke patients that may benefit from mechanical thrombectomy. | Describe cerebrovascular anatomy. | State imaging preferences for stroke diagnoses. | Discuss assessment and management of airway and respiratory failure in an acute stroke patient. | Verbalize weaning and monitoring protocols for ventilated stroke patients. | Summarize the diagnosis and management of a patient with an arteriovenous malformations (AVM). | Explain nursing implications for the AVM patient experiencing a sympathetic storm. | Identify pharmaceutical management for the AVM patient experiencing sympathetic storm. | Describe the assessment of a post ICU syndrome. | Define how implementing a mobility program can minimize Post-Intensive Care Syndrome. | Recognize COVID-19 neurological syndromes. | Describe post COVID-19 neurological complications and the benefits of a supportive clinic. | Review the assessment and management of a patient with a spinal cord infarct. | Explain the therapy interventions for a spinal cord infarct patient. | State the benefits for patients to recover and heal at home. | List components of a comprehensive stroke family assessment. | Describe goals and criteria for acute inpatient rehabilitation.

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11th Annual Vascular Disease Update and RPVI Review Course

Friday, December 10-11, 2021
Hilton Cleveland Downtown, 100 Lakeside Avenue East, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Identify clinical signs and symptoms of common vascular conditions and the approach to diagnosis and management, including new treatment options | Describe surgical and interventional treatments for critical limb-threatening ischemia | Implement diagnostic criteria for diagnosis of vascular disorders in the vascular laboratory | Discuss guideline-based recommendations for atherosclerosis risk factor modification and treatment of venous thromboembolism

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