Course Info

CME the way you want it!

20 Hours of accredited CME content, focused on adult hospital medicine. Get up to date on the latest guidelines and studies that impact patient care.

Entire course is taught by practicing hospitalists. We know how to focus on what's important to you!

Live conferences allow for a "working vacation" with family or friends! Course schedule is Monday-Friday 7:30-11:30 a.m. Cruise schedules vary.

Hospital Medicine Update On Demand is our online version - all content available to watch at your own pace. This is also included for live conference attendees. These videos are updated continuously, as new studies affect how we practice! 

The latest guidelines, studies and developments:

Atrial Fibrillation Update (1.5 hours CME):

  • 2019 guidelines
  • DOACs: the latest data, including multiple 2020 studies
  • A Fib and ESRD: Does anticoagulation prevent strokes? Save lives?
  • Ablation: Who benefits the most?

Bacteremia and Endocarditis (0.75 hours CME):

  • When are two antibiotics beneficial? When do they cause harm?
  • Treating ESBL bacteremia
  • Gram negative bacteremia: is 7 days of antibiotics enough?
  • Endocarditis: my patient wants PO antibiotics, what do the studies say?

C diff (0.75 hours CME):

  • Latest data on probiotics
  • Recurrent C diff: is it time for fecal transplant?
  • Do PPIs increase risk of recurrence?

    Cirrhosis (1.0 hours CME):

    • 2018 and 2019 guidelines reviewed
    • Portal vein thrombosis: to treat or not to treat
    • Does early paracentesis save lives?
    • Maybe my patient needs TIPS – can I predict risk of cardiac decompensation?

    COPD, Asthma and Supplemental Oxygen (2.0 hours CME):

    • Updates from the latest 2019 and 2020 guidelines
    • SABAs, SAMAs, LABAs, LAMAs and ICS’s: Who and when
    • NIPPV: Does it help at home? Does it help in the hospital?
    • Oxygen: Is too much of a good thing bad?

    Diabetes (1.5 hours CME):

    • 2019 guidelines on inpatient management
    • Latest outcomes data on bariatric surgery
    • DPP-4, GLP-1 and SGLT-2 med updates: latest data on mortality, CV outcomes and CHF

    DVT and PE (1.25 hours CME):

    • Guideline review, including 2019 releases
    • PE: when is outpatient treatment recommended
    • Anticoagulants and fracture risk
    • VTE in cancer patients: heparin, warfarin or DOAC? Latest data

    GI Bleeding (1.25 hours CME):

    • Updates from 2019 guidelines
    • EGD: does timing matter?
    • DOACs and warfarin: Similar risks? Do PPIs prevent bleeds?
    • Should I restart my patient’s DOAC? What do the data say?

    Heart Failure (1.75 hours CME):

    • Does dapagliflozin prevent hospitalizations? Is it indicated for my patient?
    • The echo shows normal EF; is this HFpEF?
    • Do ARNIs help in decompensated heart failure? What about HFpEF?
    • NIPPV: who benefits?

    Opioids and Pain Management (2.0 hours CME):

    • Reviewing the FSMB and CDC guidelines
    • Informed consent and treatment agreements: when to use, with samples
    • Treating pain inside the hospital
    • Meets most state requirements for CME on opioid prescribing, info here

    Pancreatitis (0.25 hours CME):

    • Latest guidelines and data
    • Fluids: Does selection matter? Am I giving enough?

    Pneumonia (1.75 hours CME):

    • 2019 guidelines
    • Empiric steroids: guidelines vs. the latest data
    • Is this viral or bacterial?
    • When is it time to stop antibiotics?

    Sepsis (2.0 hours CME):

    • Latest guidelines and the Hour 1 Bundle: evidence-based?
    • Empiric steroids: guidelines vs. the latest data
    • Delay in giving antibiotics: does it matter?
    • Continuous antibiotic infusion: what the data say
    • NS vs. LR

    Stroke (1.5 hours CME):

    • 2019 guidelines
    • When to re-start anticoagulation: guidelines vs. latest data
    • Carotid artery stenosis: Should I recommend CEA, a stent, or medical management?
    • DAPT after stroke: the latest data
    • PFO: 2020 guidelines – DOAC, aspirin, or closure?

    Syncope (0.5 hours CME):

    • Update on US and European guidelines
    • Risks: admission vs. outpatient workup

    We constantly evaluate new studies and guidelines, and adjust our course content accordingly. Our goal is to always present the latest info that will help you improve how you care for patients.