Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

An Advanced Workshop on Gynecologic Laparoscopic Anatomy Urogynecology & Minimally Invasive Surgery - August 25-26, 2017

This course is designed for gynecologists with advanced laparoscopic skills who wish to expand their knowledge of the anatomy and dissection of retroperitoneal space and the space of Retzius. This extensive two-day course will expose the participants to the knowledge and expertise of world-renowned laparoscopic surgeons who will guide them through didactics and hands on cadaveric sessions.

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Inaugural Solid Tumor Case Review Conference: Challenges with Evolving Therapies in GU Cancer, Lung Cancer and Melanoma - September 9, 2017

This one day activity will consist of case presentations, lectures, debates and panel discussions by leading experts in the areas of lung cancer, melanoma and GU cancers. The focus of the meeting will be increasing the understanding of immune therapy and the integration of these therapies into currently used interventions in these cancers. It will address the identified overall deficit added to the armamentarium of interventions used by community-based oncologists to treat some of the most common cancers encountered in their practices.

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10th Annual Perspectives in Rheumatic Diseases - September 15-16, 2017

The 10th Annual Perspectives in Rheumatic Diseases, a continuing medical education conference that explores the latest advances in the treatment and management of rheumatic diseases. This activity has been designed to provide a forum for rheumatologists, family practice physicians, internists, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and physician assistants to receive relevant and timely information regarding the most recent developments in managing patients with rheumatic diseases. By remaining current on the advances in the treatment of rheumatic diseases—particularly the newest evidence regarding the optimum use of the biologic agents—clinicians will be able to provide state-of-the-art therapeutic options to their patients.

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2017 Spine Symposium - September 22, 2017

This symposium will present a multidisciplinary approach needed for the care and treatment of patients with neurological spinal diseases in order to educate and inform healthcare providers about best current practices and future treatment and rehabilitation directions.

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Motor Retraining (MoRe) for Functional Movement Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Treatment Approach - October 6-7, 2017

The University of Louisville Physicians Movement Disorders Clinic in collaboration with Frazier Rehab Institute is offering a CME/CE activity to learn about functional movement disorders (FMD) with a focus on a pragmatic, multidisciplinary treatment approach. The Motor Retraining (MoRe) program for FMD was established at Frazier in 2014 following a model developed at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. The program employs successful treatment rehabilitation strategies using physical, occupational and speech therapy as well as cognitive behavioral therapy modules. Faculty from UofL, Frazier Rehab and the Mayo Clinic in MN will present a unique mix of lectures and practical training opportunities to gain knowledge and skills on treatment of FMD patients

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Bluegrass Regional Movement Disorders Symposium - October 20-21, 2017

The Bluegrass Regional Movement Disorders Symposium will bring together leaders in Movement disorders from Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio and Indiana. The event will be an excellent opportunity to learn about new developments in Movement disorders and is designed for primary care providers, internists, geriatricians, general neurologists, and physicians in training and others in the health profession who will be exposed to patients with Parkinson disease or other movement disorders. The goal of this course is to provide an update on diagnosis and management on the most common movements disorders encountered in practice including Parkinson’s disease, Essential tremor, dystonia and functional (psychogenic) movement disorders.

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