Fall 2004

CME Courses

More information about these courses is available through the continuing medical education section in "For Health Professionals."

Course TitleDatesVenueCity, State
Controversies in Women's HealthDec. 2 - 3Hotel NikkoSan Francisco
Women's ImagingDec. 5 - 10The Westin Resort St. JohnU.S. Virgin Islands
Attachment and Trauma in Child DevelopmentFeb. 5, 2005UCSF Laurel HeightsSan Francisco
Ob/Gyn and Abdominal Sonography UpdateMarch 11 - 13, 2005Fairmont HotelSan Francisco
Advances and Controversies in Clinical Pediatrics June 2 - 4, 2005 Argent HotelSan Francisco
Antepartum and Intrapartum ManagementJune 9 - 11, 2005Grand Hyatt Union SquareSan Francisco

 

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UCSF Medical Center Moves Up to No. 6 in Nation
In pediatric care, UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital is No. 11, making it the highest-ranked pediatric center in California, according to the "America's Best Hospitals" ranking by U.S. News & World Report. This year, UCSF Medical Center moved up a spot to tie at sixth.

UCSF to Benefit from Children's Hospital Bond Measure
UC officials are heartened by voter approval of Proposition 61, the children's hospital bond measure, that authorizes $750 million in general obligation bonds for grants to children's hospitals. Each of the five UC children's hospitals are eligible for $30 million, which adds up to 20 percent of total funding from the proposition.

Institute of Medicine Elects Six
UCSF Faculty

Dr. Philip D. Darney, an obstetrician and gynecologist, and Nancy S. Padian, director of international research for the AIDS Research Institute and associate director of research for Global Health Sciences -- both professors of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at UCSF -- were elected in October to the Institute of Medicine, along with four UCSF colleagues.