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The Misery of Everyday Back Pain: Primary Care Keys to Better Outcomes Video

The Misery of Everyday Back Pain: Primary Care Keys to Better Outcomes

Pain specialist Conor W. O’Neill, MD, director of the UCSF Nonoperative Spine Program, presents a straightforward approach to assessing low back pain in primary care, including how to efficiently rule out serious causes and how to recognize ...

Pop Goes the Knee: Primary Care Diagnosis and Management of the Most Common Injuries Video

Pop Goes the Knee: Primary Care Diagnosis and Management of the Most Common Injuries

Orthopedic surgeon Elly LaRoque, MD, presents a guide to the knee problems frequently seen by PCPs, including tips on distinguishing complaints by typical histories and physical exam findings.

When a Child’s Cancer Resists Treatment: The Potential of Immunotherapy Video

When a Child’s Cancer Resists Treatment: The Potential of Immunotherapy

This encouraging presentation from pediatric hematologist-oncologist Michelle Hermiston, MD, PhD, director of UCSF’s pediatric immunotherapy program, focuses on relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common childhood cancer.

Detecting Less-Detectable Infections: A New Genetic Technique Using Plasma Video

Detecting Less-Detectable Infections: A New Genetic Technique Using Plasma

Metagenomic next-generation sequencing can pinpoint pathogens causing infections in patients with immune function challenges and complex conditions, potentially saving lives as well as lowering care costs.

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New Evidence on How Alcohol and Caffeine Affect Heart Rhythm Found in UCSF Studies News

New Evidence on How Alcohol and Caffeine Affect Heart Rhythm Found in UCSF Studies

In separate studies, UC San Francisco researchers examined the effects of two widely consumed beverages – coffee and alcohol – on irregular heartbeat.

Javid Moslehi, MD, Named Chief of the New UCSF Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program News

Javid Moslehi, MD, Named Chief of the New UCSF Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program

Javid Moslehi, MD, has been named section chief of the new Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program at UC San Francisco, which brings together cardiologists, oncologists, immunologists and researchers to promote the cardiovascular health of ...

Manipulating Gut Microbiomes to Treat inflammatory Bowel Disease News

Manipulating Gut Microbiomes to Treat inflammatory Bowel Disease

Researchers at the Benioff Center for Microbiome Medicine at UCSF are working to accelerate understanding of how microbes promote health and prevent disease and to leverage this information to develop novel, effective treatments in the shortest possible time.

Living Kidney Donation Document

Living Kidney Donation

The UCSF Connie Frank Transplant Center continues to explore new options, such as advanced donation vouchers, to provide patients who have end-stage renal disease (ESRD) the opportunity for a living donor transplant.

Featured CME

Clinical Update on COVID-19 Course Video & Enrollment

Clinical Update on COVID-19

Speaker: Brian S. Schwartz, MD
CME Credit Offered: 0.75
Registration Fee: FREE


Geriatric Clinical Updates, Advanced Care Planning & Social Isolation in the Time of CoViD Course Video & Enrollment

Geriatric Clinical Updates, Advanced Care Planning & Social Isolation in the Time of CoViD

Speakers: Eric Widera, MD, Rebecca Sudore, MD, Ashwin Kotwal, MD
CME Credit Offered: 1.50
Registration Fee: FREE