Last updated: April 6, 2020 | 9:57 AM PST
Announcement regarding COVID-19 and its impact on Stanford CME activities:
In an effort to help limit the spread of COVID-19 (also called the coronavirus), Stanford Medicine is actively monitoring the local and global health situation and is taking precautionary measures.
The health, safety, and well-being of our learners, course directors, presenters, staff, and the patients we serve is of paramount importance. In light of the increasing number of travel, advisories and restrictions for citizens around the world, our office is working diligently with our course directors to make swift decisions around the status of upcoming CME conferences. We have prepared an initial Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) website to help with answering travel, refund and other questions.
CME on COVID-19
The news and updates on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) are rapidly evolving each day. Stanford Medicine continues to work closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other trusted sources to stay apprised of the latest medical information and protocols. Stanford CME will work to offer CME for health care professionals on the frontlines, covering everything we know about the coronavirus outbreak. In the meantime, the link below will take you to a list of resources on COVID-19.
Stanford Medicine has created a resource page for anyone seeking the latest information and developments about COVID-19: http://med.stanford.ed/covid19