Located in the heart of Pittsburgh, Pa., UPMC is home to one of the oldest and largest transplant programs in the United States. Our experts have accomplished many historical “firsts” and have pioneered and refined new therapies, giving hope to patients across the country and around the world.
Experts at the UPMC Center for Liver Diseases and the UPMC Liver Transplant Program collaborate to provide comprehensive care, early diagnosis, a variety of treatment options for all types of liver disease, and early access to liver transplant to all who will benefit, including those that other transplant centers deem high risk or unfit for transplant.
At UPMC, we are committed to reducing waiting list deaths by raising awareness and increasing education about living-donor liver transplant. Living donation allows patients to receive a transplant sooner, with improved outcomes compared to deceased-donor liver transplants. At UPMC, we believe living-donor liver transplants are a first-line treatment, not a last resort.
Within these CME courses, UPMC experts provide a comprehensive overview on current trends, management techniques, new innovations, and research to treat liver diseases.
These CME courses offer education about living-donor liver transplants, caring for patients with end-stage liver disease, and trends in organ allocation.
Physicians may earn a total of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits by completing all CME courses.
Our team welcomes the opportunity to partner with you to provide education about liver transplant and living donation. In addition, our team is available to consult with you on patient care or partnership opportunities.
Experts from UPMC and our partners present on the latest clinical advances, bench-to-bedside research, and best practices in care delivery.
UPMC Health Plan also provides a variety of free online continuing medical education resources for physicians. Other health care professionals will receive a certificate of attendance confirming the number of contact hours commensurate with the extent of participation in this activity.