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Spine Intervention Society (SIS) EBM Accreditation Courses
The accreditation that these courses offer meets the EBM training requirements in place for any members who wish to participate in the Spine Intervention Society's efforts to develop guidelines, systematic reviews, or appropriate use criteria. Successful completion of Part I has also been established as a requirement for current and newly appointed committee members serving on the Education, Health Policy, Research, or Standards Divisions. Participation is also a worthwhile investment for members who want to serve as journal reviewers, and for those who simply wish to increase their knowledge and competence in critically assessing the evidence.
Evidence-Based Medicine Resources
The resources on this page may incorporate or summarize views, guidelines, or recommendations of third parties. Such material is assembled and presented in good faith, but does not necessarily reflect the views of the Spine Intervention Society. Links to third-party websites are inserted for informational purposes and do not constitute endorsement of material at those sites, or any associated organization.
3/10/2017 » 3/12/2017
Advanced Lumbar Bio-Skills Lab - Tampa, FL
3/11/2017 » 3/12/2017
European Lumbar Bio-Skills Lab - Amsterdam, NL
4/21/2017 » 4/23/2017
Cervical Bio-Skills Lab - Bethlehem, PA
6/2/2017 » 6/3/2017
Intensive Anatomy and Hands-On Fluoroscopic Correlation - Biddeford, ME
6/23/2017 » 6/25/2017
Radiofrequency Bio-Skills Lab - Memphis, TN