Rheumatology Continuing Medical Education
Continuing medical education (CME) is crucial to the success of rheumatologists and their practices because constant advances in the field can make even the best training obsolete. NYU Langone’s Division of Rheumatology offers rheumatologists and other medical professionals access to a rich selection of accredited CME courses, seminars, and Rheumatology Grand Rounds.
Rheumatology Grand Rounds and Seminar Series
The Rheumatology Grand Rounds and Seminar Series take place weekly on Thursday evenings from September through May. At this weekly gathering, invited speakers present their clinical and basic science research or review topics important in rheumatology. The morbidity and mortality conference and the pathology conference take place as part of the Rheumatology Seminar Series. Learn how to earn CME credit for attending Rheumatology Grand Rounds and the Rheumatology Seminar Series.
We also offer a variety of live educational activities in conjunction with NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Continuing Medical Education Office.
Advanced Seminar in Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis
The annual NYU Langone Advanced Seminar in Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis provides participants with the latest information on psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and related conditions. The target audience includes clinical and academic rheumatologists, dermatologists, orthopedists, trainees in the rheumatic and dermatologic diseases, internists, and other healthcare professionals with a special interest in psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
Clinical Research Methodology
The annual Clinical Research Methodology course addresses the latest advances in clinical research methodologies and is designed for practicing rheumatologists, rheumatology fellows and residents in training, and internal medicine physicians interested in clinical research.
Ultrasound for Rheumatologists and Other Musculoskeletal Providers
The Ultrasound for Rheumatologists and Other Musculoskeletal Providers: Beginner and Intermediate Levels course teaches participants about ultrasound anatomy and provides them with ultrasound scanning tips integral to everyday clinical practice. The target audience is rheumatologists and other healthcare professionals working in the field of rheumatology.
Pediatric Rheumatology: An Update for Clinicians
The annual course Pediatric Rheumatology: An Update for Clinicians provides training in the diagnosis of rheumatic disease in children. The target audience includes general pediatricians, nurse practitioners, pediatric subspecialists, pediatric rheumatologists, and adult rheumatologists and trainees (including medical students, residents, and fellows).
Seminar in Advanced Rheumatology
The annual NYU Langone Seminar in Advanced Rheumatology reviews the latest advances in the treatment of rheumatic diseases, focusing on the translation of new clinical knowledge into practice. This conference is designed for rheumatologists and trainees in the field of rheumatic diseases as well as orthopedists, internists, and other physicians with a special interest in rheumatology.