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SIS literally wrote the book on interventional spine procedures and has spent decades creating and honing the finest in-person spine care educational offerings. Now, as part of SIS’s continuing mission to develop and promote high quality interventional spine care, the expert SIS faculty who help advance the evidence base bring you the next phase of SpineNet. You can now earn CME credits whenever you need them and wherever you are—at your own pace and without stepping away from your practice. Plus, SpineNet provides you with a convenient transcript, facilitating seamless record-keeping for your online CME, taking the pain away from record-keeping, as you learn the information and techniques necessary to reduce your patients’ pain. Click here to enter SpineNet and review the course catalog.

CME Activities

Accreditation Courses in Evidence-Based Medicine

Presented by Nikolai Bogduk, MD, PhD, these courses will provide you with the tools necessary to distinguish signal from noise in the reported outcomes of studies that are endlessly used and misused to influence your diagnostic and treatment decisions, your patients' expectations, and payers’ coverage determinations. Click here for samples and more details.

FactFinders 

FactFinders explore and debunk the myths that surround patient safety issues. Many other FactFinders have been developed by the SIS Patient Safety Committee and are available at no cost (without CME credit) here.

Online Journal Club Article Reviews

Members of the SIS Research Division identify and review high impact papers on interventional spine care, summarizing and critically appraising the studies, and posting the summary, critique and reference information. On SpineNet, you can review these articles and complete a post-test for CME credit.

SIS members are invited to delve even deeper into these article analyses by joining the discussions on the SIS Online Journal Club Blog.🔒 Participation in the SIS Online Journal Club is a member benefit provided at no additional cost and will help you keep up with the never-ending stream of new research findings and understand how they may impact your practice.

Other Educational Materials

SpineNet also offers digital versions of other SIS educational materials (which do not offer CME credit) including the instructional videos Lumbar and Cervical Vignettes presented by Charles Aprill, MD; Anatomy for the Spinal Injectionist: Lumbar presented by Nikolai Bogduk, MD, PhD; Lumbar Discography presented by Richard Derby, MD and Conor O’Neill, MD; and PDF presentations including Radiographic Anatomy of the Cervical Spine by Nikolai Bogduk, MD, PhD.

What to Expect Next from SpineNet

You will also have access to up-to-date webinars on timely topics and a direct connection to both SIS’s expert course faculty and your peers on topic-specific discussion boards.

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