UCSF Neuro and Musculoskeletal CME Program in Hawaii

Beach Area, Fairmont Orchid

The UC San Francisco (UCSF) Radiology Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program is pleased to announce that we will be hosting the UCSF Neuro and Musculoskeletal Imaging CME course at the Fairmont Orchid Resort and Spa on the Big Island of Hawaii. Join us from Sunday, February 5 – Friday, February 10, 2023, for five half-day morning sessions with a full day off on Wednesday. There are 25 CME credits available for this course.

UCSF Musculoskeletal faculty that will be teaching this course include Matthew Bucknor, MDDaria Motamedi, MD, and Rina Patel, MD.

"We are so looking forward to connecting again with radiologists from around the globe in Kona this February! The Musculoskeletal Imaging program on the Big Island is one of our favorite courses of the year," says Dr. Bucknor, course co-chair and UCSF Radiology associate professor in residence. "Come for the great camaraderie, thought-provoking discussions and pragmatic lectures on a wide range of topics including sports imaging, musculoskeletal ultrasound and updated workflows for incidental bone lesions — all this in an incredible resort in one of the most stunning landscapes that Hawaii has to offer."

UCSF Neuro faculty instructors include Yi Li, MDChristine Glastonbury, MBBS, and David Wilson, MD, PhD.

"This year, the Neuroradiology program will feature almost entirely new lectures focusing on important topics in emergency neuroimaging, brain tumors, spine imaging, head and neck radiology, pediatric neuroradiology and more," Dr. Li, course co-chair and Assistant Professor in the UCSF neuroradiology section. "We are looking forward to seeing everyone again for fantastic learning in a beautiful location."

View the course webpage for information on accommodations, air travel, registration and more. You can preview the robust program here.

Interested in attending? You can register for the course here.

The health and safety of our meeting attendees, faculty, staff, and patients are of the utmost importance to us. This conference will follow UCSF, city, state, and federal health and safety guidelines for meeting in person. By registering for the in-person conference attendees agree to adhere to these guidelines. Further information can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact the Radiology CME office directly.

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