UMA Events

UMA Doctors' Day at the Legislature
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Utah State Capitol

2017 UMPAC Golf Tournament
Thursday, August 24, 2017
Thanksgiving Point Golf Club  /  Lehi, Utah
Check-in 7-8 am  /  Shotgun start at 8  /  Lunch at 1 pm

2017 UMA House of Delegates
September 15-16, 2017
Thanksgiving Point  /  Lehi, Utah


UMA CME Calendar

Calendared Events:

January 2017

15-20 Advances in Internal Medicine, Park City, UUCME (30.25)
26-27 4th Annual Autism Conference, Provo, TRH (12.5)

February 2017

23-24   Neonatal and Pediatric Transport Conference, Salt Lake City, PCMC (14.75)
24-26   UAFP CME-n-Ski Conference, Park City, UUCME (44.0)
27-29   American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho Chapters, Jackson Hole, ACS (TBD)

May 2017

13-14   Fetal Imaging Conference, Park City, PCMS (9.5)
16-19 72nd Ogden Surgical-Medical Society Conference: Medicine in Tomorrowland, Ogden, OSMS (27.0)

CME Spotlights

Title:         Special Dinner Meeting -- Health Effects of Toxic Stress & Adversities in Youth – Robert W Block, MD, FAAP
When:      Wednesday, November 2, 6:00pm
Where:     Hilton Salt Lake City Center, 255 S West Temple
Provider: ESI Management Group
CME:        1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

  In conjunction with

Title:          20th Annual Conference on Critical Issues Facing Children & Adolescents
When:       November 3-4, 2016
Where:     Hilton Salt Lake City Center, 255 S West Temple
Provider: ESI Management Group
CME:        14.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for Annual Conference
                  7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Autism preconference
                  6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Divorce preconference
                  4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for Motivational Interviewing preconference

Critical Issues is pleased to welcome Dr. Robert W. Block to this special anniversary program and physician-focused dinner presentation. Join him as he shares some of the latest knowledge in the area of violence and its effects on health, information that will help you assess your clients and families in state-of-the-science style!

Dr. Block is immediate past president of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and a professor of pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. In addition to numerous awards in the teaching arena, Dr. Block has been honored with the Ray Helfer Society Award in recognition of his work in the field of child abuse and the Award for Outstanding Service to Maltreated Children by the American Academy of Pediatrics. He was appointed first chair of the newly formed subboard on Child Abuse Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics from 2006 to 2009 on which he continued to serve. He is immediate past president and current board chair of the Academy on Violence and Abuse (AVA), the relatively new national organization focused on increasing health care professionals’ education, and academic research, on the health effects of violence and abuse.

We hope you can join us at the annual conference, but if not, please plan to attend the dinner meeting to hear Dr. Block discuss the health effects of violence on children. More information about the dinner, conference, and preconference activities will be released soon. Alternatively, you may contact ESI Management Group at 801-501-9446 /

Title:          HealthInsight Annual Quality Conference / Be the Change: Strategies for Health Care Transformation
When:       Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Where:     Noah’s Event Venue (322 W 11000 S, South Jordan, UT 84095)
Provider:  UMA Foundation with HealthInsight
CME:         5.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™

Join your local peers and experts to explore strategies for transforming health care and engaging patients in an ever-changing environment. Learn from keynote speaker Tiffany Christensen, a national patient and family engagement specialist and patient advocate at the North Carolina Quality Center, and local thought leaders to obtain the tools for making changes your organization needs for success, including strategies for
• Adapting to the changing health care environment and identifying opportunities for improvement
• Using safety communication as a shared language between patients and families
• Engaging patients and families in their care
• Reducing burnout in health care
• Using quality improvement basics for better patient care
• Navigating end-of-life conversations with patients and families

This is an in-person only event and seating is limited. There is no cost to participate and lunch will be provided.
For the full agenda, descriptions of the plenary and breakout sessions, and to register, visit our website:

Recurring activities are scheduled at St. Mark’s Hospital, IHC Hospitals, Primary Children’s Medical Center, and the University of Utah School of Medicine. Contact the sponsor for specific information. For more information on the above listings, please call the provider at the phone number listed below.

List of Sponsors

ACOG    American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UT Chapter, SLC, 801/747-3500
ACP       American College of Physicians, UT Chapter, SLC, 801/582-1565 x2441
ACS       American College of Surgeons – Please contact the UMA 801/747-3500 re ATLS
AMA      American Medical Association, Chicago 312/464-4761
AUCH    Association for Utah Community Health, SLC, 801/924-2848
CA         Collegium Aesculapium, Orem, 801/802-0449
ESI        ESI Management Group, SLC, 801/501-9446
HI          HealthInsight, SLC, 801/892-0155
IASIS     IASIS Healthcare, SLC, 801/984-2384
IHC        Intermountain Healthcare CME, SLC, 800/842-5498
LVH       Lakeview Hospital, Bountiful, 801/299-2546
MM       Mountain Medical Physician Specialists, 801/866-2977
MVH     Mountain View Hospital, Payson, 801/465-7073
OSMS   Ogden Surgical-Medical Society, Ogden, 801/564-5585
PCMC   Primary Children’s Medical Center, SLC, 800/910-7262
TRH      Timpanogos Regional Hospital, Orem, 801/714-6505
UAFP    Utah Academy of Family Physicians, SLC, 801/587-3285
UHLF    Utah Healthy Living Foundation, SLC, 801/993-1800 or 801/712-8831
UDS      Utah Dermatology Society, SLC, 801-266-8841
UMAF   Utah Medical Association Foundation, SLC, 801/747-3500
UMIA     Utah Medical Insurance Association, SLC, 801/531-0375
UOS      Utah Ophthalmology Society, SLC, 801/747-3500
USH      Utah State Hospital, Provo, 801/344-4265
UUCME University of Utah Continuing Medical Education, SLC, 801/581-8664
VA        VA Center for Learning, SLC, 801/584-2586

The following websites offer online continuing medical education:

The following sites allow you to search databases to locate medical meetings throughout the country: