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The Wellbeing Leadership Retreat Series for Health Professionals


December 9, 2019- February 11, 2020-  April 14, 2020 
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Charlson Meadows 1601 MN-7, Victoria, MN 55486

A whole person, whole systems approach for health professionals that improves the wellbeing of individuals, teams and organizations, and focuses on personal growth and wellbeing, whole systems leadership, and organizational transformation.
Register here.
Please contact the Bakken Center's community relations office with any questions by email at mindprg@umn.edu.


The Georgia REdHHoTT project

The Georgia REdHHoTT project, with support from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has a free, web-based continuing education series to increase awareness of and adherence to evidence-based transfusion practices in sickle cell disease (SCD).

Blood transfusion is an established therapy for treating and preventing certain SCD-related complications. The goal of this course is to increase the use of evidence-based practices among primary and emergency health care providers, thereby reducing the rates of transfusion-related complications in these patients.

No-cost continuing education credits are available for physicians, nurses, and other clinicians who treat SCD patients.

The four modules can be taken independently and have no prerequisites. Continuing education credit is being jointly provided by the CDC, Georgia State University, and Emory University School of Medicine. 

More details here.


List of medical education opportunities (sponsored by organizations with philosophies and values similar to SGIM's) of potential interest to SGIM members: 


American College of Rheumatology’s CARE: Geriatrics
Looking for a way to earn MOC points? The ACR’s CARE: Geriatrics program  is a 30 question online self-assessment tool designed to assess the geriatric rheumatology knowledge base of physicians. As many physicians care daily for an aging population and rheumatologic conditions frequently occur in the elderly, this program will help identify knowledge gaps and improve patient care.

Upon successful completion physicians can claim up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits™ and/or 10 points in the self-evaluation of medical knowledge category in the ABIM Maintenance of Certification program. Learn more.