The Office of Professional Education at National Jewish Health strives to create innovative educational activities that assist physicians and health care providers in developing and enhancing their clinical knowledge, competency and skills. The Office of Professional Education excels at producing high quality continuing medical education in the areas and diseases that National Jewish Health researches and treats.

ACCMENational Jewish Health has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) since its inception in 1984; in December 2011, National Jewish Health received Accreditation with Commendation from the ACCME. This is the highest level of accreditation through the ACCME and is awarded to providers that demonstrate compliance in all 22 Criteria and the Accreditation Policies. National Jewish Health was commended not only for meeting the ACCME's accreditation requirements, but also for demonstrating that the institution is a learning organization and a change agent for the physicians we serve. Learn more.


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Performance Improvement and Quality Improvement at National Jewish Health

Lung Cancer Care is Focus of Initiative

The overall goal of this initiative is to improve the quality of care for patients visiting National Jewish Health’s Lung Cancer Center and to extend the best practices from this effort to those who treat lung cancer throughout the United States via high impact enduring materials.  

Funded by educational grants from Genentech and Lilly, the program addresses gaps in lung cancer treatment as well as in patient education and communication. Read more.


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Supraglottic Index Learning Program

The Supraglottic Index Learning Program is a learning program for CME/CE credit.

The Supraglottic Index Learning Program is intended to educate pulmonologists and allergists on anatomy and abnormalities of the supraglottic area to help in phenotyping refractory asthma in order to direct specific personalized therapy for their patients.

Intended audience: Pulmonologists, allergists, ENT, PA, NP, and other health care professionals who treat patients with asthma (in particular, refractory) and have a possibility of high reflux

Topic areas: Respiratory and GI

Medical subject(s): Laryngopharyngeal reflux, microaspiration

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