Addressing Matters of National Importance | UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education

Addressing Matters of National Attention

For the past 50 years, the Office of Continuing Medical Education at UC Davis Health has played a critical role providing valuable and timely education in a rapidly changing health landscape. We lead the design, development and delivery of innovative training to better equip clinicians and contribute to improved patient care.

Explore some of the many ways we've addressed rising public health issues since 1972.

  • Doctors with masks (C) Adobe stock. All rights reserved.

    Our response to the COVID-19 pandemic

    In the initial days of the COVID-19 pandemic, we partnered with expert faculty to provide vital on-demand training related to hospital medicine, ventilator management, diagnostics and much more. 

    Explore our on-demand COVID-19 coursework
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    California Bridge

    Addressing the rise in opioid abuse

    Our Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) series offers training designed to help transform hospitals and emergency departments into primary access points for addiction treatment.

    Complete MAT training
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    Raising awareness of human trafficking

    Human trafficking remains a persistent public health concern, and recognizing the warning signs may not be obvious. We partnered with UC Davis Health faculty experts to provide essential training for healthcare professionals.

    Course for UC Davis Health Professionals
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    Violence Prevention Research Center

    Preventing firearm-related injury and death

    We partnered with Garen Wintemute, M.D., M.P.H., an expert in the field of injury epidemiology and gun violence, to provide training and clinical strategies preventing firearm-related injury and death.

    Read a Q&A with Dr. Wintemute