16th Annual Cardiology in the Valley Symposium


16th Annual Cardiology in the Valley Symposium The 2021 program will cover challenging issues in the evaluation and treatment of mitral and tricuspid valvular regurgitation and will examine the diagnosis and management of syndromes related to COVID infection and myocardial injury. CME Hours: 4.5 CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND REGISTRATION

2021 UCSF Fresno Wilderness Medicine Conference


2021 Wilderness Medicine Conference In the wilderness, defini tive care is often hours to days away. Care providers in this setting must be prepared to stabilize and care for their patients with limited medical resources. This day-long program will increase specialized knowledge and skill sets to aid patients effectively in remote and wilderness settings. CME Hours Available: 8 Click here for flyer

2021 UCSF Fresno Pulmonary Vascular Symposium


2021 Pulmonary Vascular Symposium  Lung Blood Vessels, Clots & Hypoxia Join UCSF Fresno and an esteemed panel of experts from around the country for this new virtual symposium, designed to increase awareness of pulmonary vascular disease and encourage the timely diagnosis, assessment of severity and appropriate intervention strategies for all Health Professionals. CME Hours: 6 Click here for flyer

2021 UCSF Fresno Women’s Heart Fair


UCSF Fresno Women’s Heart Fair at Home Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States. To increase awareness and improve heart health among women of all ages, UCSF Fresno will host a virtual version of the annual Women’s Heart Fair via Zoom webinar. Hear from local experts, participate in a yoga class for all levels, watch a live cooking competition, and enter to win […]

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2nd Annual Autism Symposium for Primary Care Providers


2nd Annual Autism Symposium for Primary Care Providers Join UCSF Fresno for a virtual conference led by foremost experts. This program will give providers and allied health professionals the tools needed to initiate early diagnosis, intervention and provide community support resources for children with autism or related neurodevelopmental disorders. CME Hours: 5   |   Cost: Free

2020 Virtual Liver Expo


2020 Virtual Liver Expo October 10, 2020 Join UCSF Fresno on Saturday, October 10 for the 2020 Virtual Liver Expo. This fun and educational online event will focus on prevention and management of fatty liver disease and what you can do to increase liver health. Hear from UCSF Fresno and Community Regional Medical Center experts and answer the question, ‘Is your liver well’? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE […]

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2020 Integrative Medicine Virtual Symposium


  2020 Integrative Medicine Virtual Symposium Healing Interventions for the Chronically Ill and at End of Life This virtual symposium is designed to increase awareness of the latest end of life interventions, including medical aid in dying in California, advances in evidence-based prescribing practices and more. October 3, 2020 CME Hours: 4 CLICK HERE FOR PHYSICIAN/ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION CLICK HERE FOR GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION

Reaching Out to Aspiring Doctors (ROAD) Conference 2020


  Reaching Out to Aspiring Doctors (ROAD) Conference 2020 The ROAD Conference was created to provide local aspiring doctors, physicians, and surgeons with the information, resources, skills, and networking that is essential to achieving their educational goals with the hope that they will return to the Valley to provide culturally responsive care. Audience: College students in the San Joaquin Valley who are pre-health, pre-medical, and public health majors Cost: FREE Location: Virtual Registration […]

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2020 UCSF Fresno Virtual Mini Med School


  UCSF Fresno 2020 Virtual Mini Med School Caring for Your Community Sept. 15 – Oct. 20, 2020 Six Free Virtual Sessions  |  Tuesday Evenings from 5 to 7 PM Join UCSF Fresno for the ninth installment of the Mini Medical School series! The 2020 curriculum will be structured as six virtual sessions, open to the public and dedicated to community concerns, current trends and innovations in health and medicine. […]

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Chancellor’s Message on George Floyd


Chancellor’s Message on George Floyd   Sam Hawgood May 31, 2020 Dear UCSF Community, In Minneapolis on May 25, George Floyd died under circumstances that have become too familiar and frequent, but as difficult to accept as ever. The manner of his death has released torrents of anger and sorrow across the country. The grief we feel is compounded by the deaths of Breonna Taylor in March and Ahmaud Arbery […]

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