Continuing Medical Education

For a list of available CMEs, visit our live activities page.

Three-part continuing medical education series supporting LGBTQ+ care

Inclusive, supportive and safe health care is a right for every person. For some communities, health disparities and microaggressions can create an environment that is more harmful than healing. NPride, the Norton Healthcare LGBTQ+ employee […]

Tips for health care providers reporting child abuse and neglect

All individuals in Kentucky, regardless of profession, are required by law to report suspected child abuse or neglect. Health care providers, due to their knowledge and expertise, can offer investigators a wealth of information and […]

Registration open for the 2021 Neuroscience Symposium

The 2021 Neuroscience Symposium will be held Thursday, May 13, and Friday, May 14, 2021, and will provide the latest neurological information for health care providers serving adults, including primary care physicians, advanced practice providers, […]

‘Cerebral Palsy Update: Achieving Excellence in Multidisciplinary Care’

“Cerebral Palsy Update: Achieving Excellence in Multidisciplinary Care” will be held online Friday, March 19, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., and is presented by Norton Children’s Medical Group, affiliated with the UofL School […]

‘MedChat’ CME podcast: ‘Common Issues in Women’s Health’

The latest episode of the “MedChat” podcast, “Common Issues in Women’s Health” is now available. Often times, when female patients seek medical attention it is either for a specific complaint or their annual wellness exam. […]

Registration is open for the 24th annual Primary Care Update

The 24th annual Primary Care Update on Friday, Nov. 20, will feature the first presentation of a lectureship created in memory of longtime emergency medicine physician Robert H. Couch, M.D. Dr. Couch’s contributions are plentiful, […]

Honoring Robert Couch, M.D., during this year’s Primary Care Update

The 24th annual Primary Care Update, a daylong clinical update on the management of the adult patient, features the first presentation of a lectureship created in memory of longtime emergency medicine physician Robert H. Couch, […]

Register now for the Garlove Lectureship — Lynch syndrome

The 25th Gail Klein Garlove Lectureship will be held by video conference this year, discussing “Lynch Syndrome and Lessons About Hereditary Cancer Syndromes.” The deadline to register for the Nov. 11 event is Friday, Nov. […]

‘MedChat’ CME podcast: ‘Psychedelics: Potential for Therapeutic Use’

The latest episode of the “MedChat” podcast, “Psychedelics: Potential for Therapeutic Use,” is now available. Promising research is being conducted on psychedelics for the treatment of psychiatric disorders. This episode covers the history of psychedelics, […]

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Natalie F. Slone, D.O.

Pediatric hematology/oncology specialist Natalie F. Slone, D.O., joins Norton Children’s Cancer Institute.

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When parents take their babies home in between surgeries for a serious and complex heart condition, they also are leaving with a specially equipped iPad to send critical data through a connection to Norton Children’s […]

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New use for tumor treatment fields device showing results for glioblastoma patients

After participating in a groundbreaking clinical trial that showed the Optune tumor treatment field device improves glioblastoma multiforme survival when combined with chemotherapy, neuro-oncologists at the Norton Healthcare Brain Tumor Center in Louisville, Kentucky, are […]

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Study shows durable improvement five years after complex adult spinal deformity surgery

Five years after complex adult spinal deformity surgery, patients reported durable improvement in a range of measurable outcomes, according to a recently published study. Patients reported improvements in lower-back pain functionality (Oswestry Disability Index), overall […]

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Brain tumor study: Using Gleolan fluorescent marker to reveal diffusely infiltrative glioma tumor

The patient A 57-year-old man presented to the Norton Brownsboro Hospital emergency department with complaints of headaches that started two weeks earlier and worsened over the preceding few days. In addition, his family reported subtle […]

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June 2021 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Soham Dasgupta, M.D. Pediatric Cardiology Vasudha Mahajan, M.D. Pediatrics Karen Reed, M.D. Maternal-Fetal Medicine Laurie Robinson, APRN Pediatrics Matthew Cody Davis, Ph.D. Pediatric Psychology

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