Vision Radiology CME Conferences

Vision's CME program attained its initial accreditation in 2011 and received accreditation with commendation in 2013 and 2019. Over the years, Vision has facilitated over 200 conference activities, catering to the educational needs of its internal radiologists. These activities, led by expert radiologists, many of whom are part of Vision's esteemed staff, have enabled the issuance of over 3,500 AMA Category 1 credits to radiologists. Vision CME remains committed to providing high-quality educational opportunities and looks forward to further contributing to the professional development of its radiologists.

Key Topics & Pitfalls in Emergency Radiology (KTP)

This series features cases and topics found to be of clinical importance in emergency radiology, which frequently focus on common pitfalls in the interpretation of radiology studies. After attending, participants should have an improved awareness of the radiologic appearance of several different diseases and their etiologies, pathophysiology, and, where relevant, management.
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Key Topics in Neuroradiology (KTN)

Vision Radiology’s newest series addresses professional practice gaps in Neuroradiology. Featuring real-life cases identified by Vision Radiology’s staff of Neuroradiologists to represent challenging cases or difficult topics, participants of this series should have an improved understanding and awareness of different neurologic disease entities and their correlation with their pathological appearance.
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Morbidities and Mortality (M&M)

This series features cases Vision Radiology’s Quality Assurance/Control program has identified as valuable opportunities for the discussion of challenging findings and difficult interpretations. Designated as CME credit in the Prevention of Medical Errors (that can be used to satisfy various State Board Risk Management requirements), this Risk Management series will increase participants’ awareness of challenging and unexpected diagnoses in emergency radiology imaging. 
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Medico-Legal Essentials

This series provides education and support for those encountering or curious about malpractice claims in an open, non-judgmental environment. When attending this series, learners can look forward to hearing about our Faculty’s experiences with malpractice claims, hear from those who have served as expert witnesses in cases, and have an open forum for wellness-based discussions surrounding the Medico-Legal Process.
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Each conference is led by an expert Vision faculty or guests

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Upcoming Conferences

Thursday, 7/25/24 at 1pm PT

Morbidities & Mortality

Faculty: Sebastian McWilliams
Thursday, 8/8/24 at 1pm PT

Key Topics & Pitfalls

Faculty: Open for Volunteers!
Thursday, 8/15/24 at 1pm PT

Key Topics in Neuroradiology

Faculty: Open for Volunteers!

Access the Recordings

Visionaries can access all past conference recordings! 

Don't forget: you only get CME for attending these conferences live!

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Interested in Presenting?

Did you know? Presenters earn up to 4 CME for planning and leading just one hour long session!

If you would like to present at a Vision CME conference, please complete the form and let us know what you would like to present. If you have any questions, send an email to Katie Weber,

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Vision CME is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. 
Vision CME designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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