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Fresno COVID-19 Equity Project (CEP)

UCSF Fresno is partnering with FIRM (Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries) to offer regular clinical hours for COVID-19 testing. Get FREE COVID-19 testing. All ages, races and ethnicities are welcome.

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UP CLOSE | COVID-19 Resources


Learn more about the novel coronavirus respiratory illness (COVID-19). And read about how UCSF is responding to the outbreak of COVID-19, including perspectives from infectious disease experts, psychologists, and UCSF Health providers. 
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UCSF Fresno Committee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

UCSF Fresno seeks to create a culture of empathy and mutual respect that responds to and affirms the needs of our campus community. By promoting equitable access to education and opportunity and diligently nurturing success, we can cultivate an environment in which diversity thrives.

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2021 Endocrine and Diabetes Virtual Symposium for Primary Care Providers

Join the UCSF Fresno Divisions of Endocrinology and Bariatric Surgery for this live webinar on Saturday, September 11th. This virtual event will feature local and visiting speakers, and will provide health care professionals with current trends, new guidelines, and the latest expert recommendations.

 

CME Hours: 6

UCSF Fresno 2021 Virtual Mini Med School
Building a Healthy Community

Sept. 9 – Sept. 30, 2021
Four Free Virtual Sessions | Thursday Evenings from 5 to 7 PM PDT

Join UCSF Fresno for the 10th installment of the Mini Medical School series! The 2021 curriculum will be structured as four virtual sessions, open to the public and dedicated to community concerns, current trends, and innovations in health and medicine.

Lectures include mature topics. Attendees should be at least 17 years of age

2021 Virtual Liver Expo

Join UCSF Fresno on Saturday, October 2 for the 3rd Annual Liver Expo! This virtual event will focus on how to keep your liver healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic and will also cover pancreatic cancer awareness. Hear from UCSF Fresno and Community Regional Medical Center experts and answer the question, ‘Is your liver well’?

Palliative Medicine and Oncology: Comprehensive Care in the Outpatient Setting

Join this virtual conference to experience the steps that go into creating a thriving Cancer Institute through the building of partnerships among palliative care specialists and physicians in the hematology and oncology fields.

CME Hours: 4

2021 Resident and Fellow Virtual Commencement 

Thursday, June 10, 2021
6 pm to 7:30 pm

Virtual Events at UCSF Fresno

The COVID19 outbreak has caused significant disruptions to in-person events and conferences. As the health and safety of our meeting attendees, faculty, and staff has been of the utmost importance to us, we have transitioned our events to a virtual format where possible. We hope that you have enjoyed the programming so far.

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UCSF Fresno Continuing Medical Education Program

UCSF Fresno offers year-round Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs for physicians, nurses, medical assistants and other health care providers in the San Joaquin Valley and throughout California. Presentations by accomplished faculty and distinguished scholars from UCSF Fresno, across the state, country and globe, provide symposium attendees with leading edge research and expert content to inform and enhance quality of care.

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UP CLOSE | UCSF Fresno Increases Access to Care and Improved Treatment for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder


The migraine headaches began during an abusive marriage 16 years ago. The pain kept Christine bedridden for a week at a time and a doctor prescribed Vicodin – three pills a day. The headaches subsided, the stressful marriage ended, and she no longer needed the opioid pills for pain relief.
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