GEORGE E. BECKER, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgery - Psychiatry
1375 Sutter Street, Suite 304
San Francisco, California 94109
Telephone (415) 563-7383
e-mail: sfbonedoc@aya.yale.edu
web site: georgebeckermd.com

George Becker MD

for practice description see: georgebeckermd.com

CURRICULUM VITAE (updated November 2017)

Born: July 11, 1929, Avon, Connecticut

PRACTICE

Orthopaedic consultation, second opinions and limited (office) treatment, Psychiatric consultation, evaluation and office treatment, Pain management. Personal Injury, Professional Liability and Disability Evaluations, orthopaedic and/or psychiatric. Workers' Compensation
Evaluations (QME, AME, IME), limited (office) treatment.

EDUCATION

Mount Hermon School, Massachusetts (1943-1947) (cum laude)
Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut (1947-1951), B.S., Phi Beta Kappa
Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven (1951-1955), M.D.
Yale New Haven Hospital, Intern, Surgery (1955-1956)
Yale New Haven Hospital, Assistant Resident, Surgery (1956-1959)
Yale New Haven Hospital, Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery (1962-1965)
Presbyterian Hospital, San Francisco, Resident, Psychiatry, (1977-1980)

 

APPOINTMENTS
Organist, Director of Music, First Church of Christ, Congrgational (1652), Farmington, Connecticut (1950-1955)
Captain, U. S. Army Hospital, Surgical Service, Nürnberg, Germany (1959-1960)
Captain, U. S. Army Hospital, Assistant Chief, Surgery, Bremerhaven, Germany (1960-1962)
Yale University School of Medicine, Clinical Instructor, Orthopaedic Surgery , (1965-1971)
Yale University School of Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery (1971-1977)
Windham Hospital, Willimantic, Connecticut, Orthopaedic Attending (1965-1977)
Windham Hospital, Willimantic, Connecticut, Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery (1975-1977)
Newington Children's Hospital, Connecticut, Attending Staff (1965-1977)
West Haven Veterans Administration Hospital, Attending Staff, Orthopaedic Surgery (1972-1977)
Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, Connecticut, Consultant, Orthopaedic Surgery, (1971-1977)
Crippled Children's Section, Connecticut State Department of Health, Orthopaedic Consultant (1967-1977)
Medical Director, Tenderloin Clinic, San Francisco (1980-1981)
Medical Director, Social Skills Center, San Francisco (1981-1982)
Director, Consultation Division, Department of Psychiatry, Presbyterian Hospital, San Francisco (1981-1990)
Board of Directors, Organ Research Center at Stanford (1988-1998)
Board of Directors, Old First Concerts, San Francisco (1984-1998)
Postgraduate Faculty, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Whittier, California (1993 - present)
Member, Board of Directors, Old First Concerts, San Francisco (1994 - 1998)
Assistant Organist, Old First Presbyterian Church, San Francisco (1994 - present)
Active Staff (Psychiatry) Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, (1980-1993); Courtesy Staff (1993-present)
Courtesy Staff (Orthopaedic Surgery) Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco (1980-present)

LICENSES

Connecticut: #8530 (1957- 1998)
New Hampshire: #968 (1963 - 1980)
California: #G35637 (1977 - present)

MEMBERSHIPS, PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Diplomate, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (1968)
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (1970)
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (1984)
Member, Yale Orthopaedic Association (1965-present)
Member, Connecticut State Medical Society (1966-1980)
Member, Windham County Medical Society (1966-1977)
Member, American Medical Association (1966-present)
Member, California State Medical Society (1980-present)
Member, San Francisco Medical Society (1980-present)
Member, Western Orthopaedic Association (1985-present)
Member, American Psychiatric Association (1989-1993)
Member, Northern California Psychiatric Society (1989-1993)
Member, Appalachian Mountain Club (1967-1977)
Member, Sierra Club (1972-present)
Colleague, American Guild of Organists (1946-present)
Member, Organ Historical Society (1962-present)
Member, Boston Organ Club (1966-1977)
Member, (past-President), Unitarian Fellowship, Storrs, Connecticut (1967-1977)
Trustee, Joshua's Trust (Land Conservation Trust) (1973-1977)
Member, San Francisco Chapter, American Guild of Organists (1980-present)
Fellow, American Back Society (1985-present)
Vice President, American Back Society (1988-1999)
Member: Old First Church, Presbyterian, San Francisco (1993-present)
Elder (on session): Old First Presbyterian Church, San Francisco (1994-1999, 2001-present)

ARTICLES AND PRESENTATIONS

1. Dovetail Patellar Tendon Transfer (with Southwick, Albright); JAMA, Vol. 204, No. 8, 1968, p. 665.
2. Carpal Tunnel syndrome (with Granger), Connecticut Medicine; April 4, 1972, p. 20.
3. Psychiatric Evaluation of the Plastic Surgery Patient; paper presented at Nasal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Symposium, San Francisco, April 1984.
4. American Back Society Seminar: A Day with Augustus A. White III, M.D.; panel member, May 1984.
5. Chronic Pain in Orthopaedic Diagnosis; paper presented at Postgraduate Seminar of the Yale Orthopaedic Association, New Haven, Connecticut, June 1984.
6. Early Recognition of Functional Disorders Commonly Presenting to the Orthopaedist; paper presented to Postgraduate Seminar of the Yale Orthopaedic Association, New Haven, Connecticut, June 1984.
7. Psychogenic Pain Disorder, Chronic Pain and Depression; paper presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, November 1984.
8. Chronic Pain of Psychogenic Origin; paper presented at Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, February 1985.

9. Depression in the Surgical Patient; paper presented at Surgical Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, April 1985.
10. Psychiatric Considerations in AIDS, discussant on Health Matters, December 1985, KQED-T.V.
11. Functional Factors in Back Pain; paper presented at American Back Society Symposium on Back Pain, Anaheim, California, May 1986.
12. Evaluation of Functional Factors in Chronic Hip Pain; Scientific Meeting of Yale Orthopaedic Association, Turtle Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, November 1986.
13. Diagnosis: the Cornerstone of Treatment in Chronic Back Pain; paper presented at Fall Symposium of the American Back Society, San Francisco, California, December 1986.
14. Psychiatric Conditions Associated with Chronic Pain of Non-Organic Origin; paper presented at Physical Medicine Grand Rounds, Stanford University, April 1987.
15. Twenty Questions Useful in the Assessment of Chronic Pain; paper presented at Orthopaedic Grand Rounds, Stanford University, May 1987.
16. The Somatoform Disorders, Factitious Disorder and Psychological Factors Affecting Physical Condition; paper presented at Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, October 1987.
17. Evaluating Disability Following Musculoskeletal Injury: paper presented at 1988 Update: The Medical Legal Report in Workers' Compensation; (State of California Division of Industrial Accidents and University of Southern California School of Medicine) March 4-5 Los Angeles, March 25-26 San Francisco.
18. Disability Determination in Orthopaedic and Medical Patients with Subjective (Psychiatric) Factors of Disability; paper presented at 1988 Update: The Medical Legal Report in Workers' Compensation (State of California Division of Industrial Accidents and University of Southern California School of Medicine) March 4-5 Los Angeles, March 25-26 San Francisco.
19. Medical-Legal Aspects of the Evaluation of Pain; paper presented at 1988 Update: The Medical Legal Report in Workers' Compensation (State of California Division of Industrial Accidents and University of Southern California School of Medicine) March 4-5 Los Angeles, March 25-26 San Francisco.
20. HIV Testing, Legal and Psychiatric Issues for the Surgeon; paper presented at Surgical Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, July 1988.
21. HIV Testing, Legal and Psychiatric Issues for the Physician; paper presented at Medical Grand Rounds, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco, July 1988.
22. Orthopaedic and Medical Cases with Psychiatric Factors of Disability: The Somatoform Disorders and Pain. Presented at Symposium: The Psychiatric Medical-Legal Report in Workers' Compensation: The Psychiatric Protocols, USC, Los Angeles, March 1989.
23. Oedipus Rex: Sophocles-Gide. Reading participant, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center Psychiatry Rounds, April 1989.
24. Editorial: Some Historical Reflections: American Back Society Newsletter, Volume VI, No. I, Winter 1990.
25. Psychiatric Annals: January 1991: Guest editor of issue concerning psychiatric issues and evaluation of the injured worker.
26. Chronic Pain, Depression and the Injured Worker: Psychiatric Annals: January 1991.
27. Paper and Presentation: Somatization in Back Pain Patients: Toronto, Spring Symposium of American Back Society, Toronto, Canada, May 1991.
28. Panel Member: Multidisciplinary Grand Rounds (case presentations to multidisciplinary panel): Spring Symposium of the American Back Society, Toronto, Canada, May 1991.
29. Director: Psychiatric Forum, (an all-day instructional course) American Back Society Spring Symposium, Toronto, Canada, May 1991.
30. Editorial: The Right Diagnosis. American Back Society Newsletter, Summer, 1991.
31. Paper: Somatization: The Great Impostor. American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1991.

32. Moderator: Multidisciplinary Grand Rounds, American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1991.
33. Director of Instructional Course: Psychiatric Forum (a one-day course), American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1991.
34. Paper: The Psychiatric Examination in Disability Evaluation. American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians. San Diego, February 1992.
35. Papers: "Somatization" and "The Management of Functional Back Pain" at the Annual Convention of the American Academy of Osteopathy, November 4, 1992 in San Diego.
36. Paper: Fraud and Malingering in the Injured Worker. American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December, 1992.
37. Paper: Red Flags, in "MediClaim" Bulletin published by State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Company, Volume 14, Number 3, August 1993.
38. Moderator American Back Society Morning Scientific Program, San Francisco, December 1993.
39. Panel Member, American Back Society Grand Rounds, San Francisco, December 1993.
40. Panel Member: Disability Evaluation of the Injured Worker, American Back Society December, 1993 Meeting in San Francisco.
41. Paper: Failed Shoulder Surgery: Psychological and Psychiatric Considerations, Andrew Green, M.D., Tom Norris, M.D., George Becker, M.D., Randall Smith, Ph.D., presented at American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Meeting at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Atlanta, February, 1996.
42. Presentation: Somatization and Depression (as seen by the primary care provider) at U.C. Berkeley, to university health care providers, April 18, 1996.
43. Presentation: Somatization Revisited, December 1996, at annual meeting of American Back Society, San Francisco.
44. Guest Lecturer, Rhode Island Hospital (Brown University Medical School, Orthopaedic Department): Understanding and Treating Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes, April 29 and April 30, 1997.
45. Paper: The Psychomechanics of Chronic Pain Syndromes, American Back Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1997.

COMMITTEES AND WORKSHOPS

• Judicial Review Committee, Chairman, (concerning physician not accepted for staff membership) Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, Spring 1986.
• Director of Pain Management Workshop, American Back Society Fall Symposium on Back Pain, San Francisco, California, December 1986.
• Panel Member (Psychiatry, Orthopaedic Surgery) American Back Society Grand Rounds at Fall Symposium on Back Pain (clinical case presentations to an interdisciplinary panel) San Francisco, California, December 1987.
• AIDS Advisory Committee, Member, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center (1986-1990).
• Interdisciplinary Practice Committee, Member, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center (1987-1990).
• Credentials Committee, Member, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center (1987-1991).
• Search Committee for Chairman of Pediatrics, Member, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center (1987).
• Review Committee for Department of Occupational Health, Chairman, Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center, San Francisco (1987).
• Panel Member (Psychiatry/Orthopaedic Surgery) American Back Society Grand Rounds (clinical case presentations to an interdisciplinary panel) at American Back Society Spring Symposium on Back Pain, May 1987.
• Director, Pain Management Workshop; American Back Society Spring Symposium, Orlando, Florida, May 1988.
• Director, Pain Management Workshop; American Back Society Fall Symposium on Back Pain, San Francisco, California, December 1988.
• Introduction of Religious Faith into the Doctor-Patient Relationship: Can It Enhance the Effectiveness of Treatment? Speaker and panel Member at American Back Society Fall Symposium on Back Pain, San Francisco, December 1988.
• Preceptor at small group workshop (with Randall Smith, Ph.D.): Symposium: The Psychiatric Medical-Legal Report in Workers' Compensation: the Psychiatric Protocols, March 1989, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
• Director (with Gerald Aronoff, M. D.), Pain Management Workshop, American Back Society Spring Symposium, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1989.
• Panel member (psychiatry/orthopaedic surgery) American Back Society Grand Rounds (clinical case presentations to an interdisciplinary panel) at American Back Society, Spring Symposium, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1989.
• Director (with Gerald Aronoff, M. D.), Pain Management Workshop, American Back Society, Fall Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 1989.
• Panel member (psychiatry/orthopaedic surgery) American Back Society Grand Rounds (clinical case presentations to an interdisciplinary panel) at American Back Society, Fall Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 1989
• Director (with Gerald Aronoff, M. D.), Pain Management Workshop, American Back Society Spring Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, April 1990.
• Director (with William H. Kirkaldy-Willis, M.D.), American Back Society Psychiatric Forum I, Las Vegas, Nevada, December 1989.
• Director (with William H. Kirkaldy-Willis, M.D.), American Back Society Psychiatric Forum II, Chicago, Illinois, April 1990.
• Panel member (psychiatry/orthopaedic surgery) American Back Society Grand Rounds (clinical case presentations to an interdisciplinary panel) at American Back Society, Spring Symposium, Chicago, April 1990.
• Chairman, Committee on Pain Management, Arthritis and Osteoporosis, American Back Society (1986-1992).
• Director: Pain Management Workshop: Spring Symposium of the American Back Society, Toronto, Canada, May 1991.
• Workshop: The Psychological Dimension in Chronic Pain Patients. 5th Annual Interdisciplinary Symposium, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, October, 1991.
• Director: Acute Back Pain Management Workshop. American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1991.
• Faculty (with Gerald Aronoff, M.D.) Chronic Pain Management (workshop), American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1991.
• Panel Member and presentation: Malingering. At San Diego meeting of American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians, February 1992.
• Director All-Day Workshop; "Psychiatric Forum: given at American Back Society "A Mid-Summers' Back Break" Lake Buena Vista, Florida, August 1, 1992
• Director All-Day Workshop: Psychosocial Aspects of Spinal Rehabilitation (Los Angeles College of Chiropractic) given in Oakland, California November 21, 1992.
• Director Workshop: Practical Assessment and Treatment of Chronic Pain in the Injured Worker. American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December, 1992.
• Panel Member Workshop: Disability Evaluation of the Injured Worker. American Back Society Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1992.
• Panel Member: American Back Society Grand Rounds. Fall Symposium, San Francisco, December 1992.
• Workshop Director, "Psychological Assessment of the Injured Worker" at May 1993 American Back Society Meeting, Buffalo, New York.
• Faculty, American Back Society Workshop: "Disability Evaluation of the Injured Worker" in Buffalo, New York, May, 1993.
• Faculty, Afternoon American Back Society Workshop: "Disability Evaluation of the Injured Worker" in San Francisco, December 1993.
• Director Workshop: Psychiatric Assessment of Chronic Back Pain, American Back Society Meeting, San Francisco, December 1993.
• Director Continuous All-Day Workshop: Psychological Factors in Chronic Back Pain, American Back Society Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1993.
• Director Workshop: Psychiatric Assessment of Neck and Back Pain, American Back Society Fall Meeting, Los Angeles, December, 1994.
• Panel Member, American Back Society Grand Rounds, Los Angeles, December 1994.
• Director Workshop: Everything You Always Wanted to know about Somatization but Never Asked, Annual meeting of American Back Society, San Francisco, California, December, 1996.
• Workshop: Identification of Psychological Factors in Back Pain, American Back Society, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1997.
• Workshop, Understanding and Treating Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes, American Back Society, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, December, 1997.
• Faculty, American Back Society Grand Rounds (Case presentations to a distinguished interdisciplinary panel).

Book Chapters

1)With Randall Smith, Ph.D. "Psychological Factors in Back Pain" in Management of Back Pain, 3rd Edition, Editor: Kirkaldy-Willis, pub. Churchill - Livingstone, 1992.
2)"Psychotherapy and Related Treatment for Chronic Back Pain". Management of Back Pain, 3rd edition, Editor: Kirkaldy-Willis, pub. Churchill-Livingstone, 1992.
3)With Randall Smith, Ph.D. Chapter 32: "Psychiatric Issues: Stress, Somatization, Violence and Suicide"¨ in Occupational Injuries, Evaluation, Management and Prevention, Editors: Herington and Morse, pub. Mosby, 1995
4) Chapter: "Psychosocial Factors in Chronic Pain" in Rehabilitation of the Spine, A Practitioner's Manual, Ed. Craig Liebenson, published 1996, Williams and Wilkins.
5) With Randall Smith, Ph.D. "Psychological Factors in Chronic Back Pain" in Managing Low Back Pain, 4th Edition, Editors: Kirkaldy-Willis, Burton, pub. Churchill-Livingstone, (May) 1999.
6. "Psychotherapy and Related Treatment for Chronic Back Pain" in Managing Low Back Pain, 4th Edition, Editors: Kirkaldy-Willis, Burton, pub. Churchill-Livingstone, (May) 1999.

Other

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Course: Review and Update for Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons. December 3-5, 1998 (San Francisco).

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 2000 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, March 15-19, 2000
(20 CME hours).

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Course: Review and Update for Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons. November 30, December 1 and 2, 20001 (San Francisco). (22 CME hours)

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Course: Review and Update for Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons, December 6-8, 2002 (San Francisco) - 24 hrs Cat 1 CME Credit

Yale Orthopaedic Association: Scientific Program, Yale Club, New York City, January 11, 2003, (4 hours CME)

California Medical Association, Institute for Medical Quality "QME and AME Report Writing" San Francisco, May 2004. (6 hours CME)

Livingstone-Lopez Consulting Course "Substantial Evidence, Self-Referral, Permanent Disability Evaluation ... under SB 899" - San Francisco, June 2004. (6 hours CME)

Western Orthopaedic Association, CME, 68th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Sept 29-October 2, 2004 (7.5 hours CME)

Western Orthopaedic Association, AMA Basic Course "Guides to the evaluation of Permanent Impairment, San Francisco, October 2, 2004. (5.5 hours CME)

California Pacific Medical Center, "Pain Management and End of Life Care Symposium, October 23, 2004. (4 hours CME)

Course: "Managing Pain and End of Life Issues - Part I" - Thomson American Health Consultants, May 2005. (7 hours CME)

Course: "Managing Pain and End of Life Issues - Part II" - Thomson American Health Consultants. July 2005. (7 hours CME)

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Online CME Course: "Scaphoid Nonunion" - July 2005 (3 hours CME)

California Psychiatric Association, "Psychiatric Dimensions of Life and Death" CME Program, Yosemite, Sept 23-25, 2005. (11 hours CME)

California Pacific Medical Center, "End of Life and Pain management Issues" CME Program, San Francisco, October 1, 2005. (4 hours CME)

University of California San Francisco Medical School - MOR06001:San Francisco Orthopaedic Trauma Course - Hotel Nikko San Francisco
May 18, 19, 20, 2006. (26 Credits)

Industrial Medicine Seminar (12 Credits), California Industrial Medical Council,
Millbrae, CA, June 24 and 25, 2006

CPMC, Citywide Grand Rounds (1.5 hours CME), Fractures of the Shoulder
December 2, 2006

Orthopaedic Surgery Case Conference, 2/2/07, Davies Campus, San Francisco
(1.5 credits)

AAOS Annual Meeting (21 Credits), San Diego, February 14 - 18, 2007

UCSF: Osteoporosis 2007, July 19,20, 2007, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco (13.5 credits)

CPMC Orthopaedic Education Day, July 27, 2007, Hitel Miyako, San Francisco,
(8 credits)

AAOS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, Mar 5-9, 2008 (21 credits)

Workers Compensation QME Course, Burlingame, CA, April 12, 2008, (6 hours) presented by Michael Bronshvag, M.D. QME Seminar Provider #410.

CPMC Dept Orth Surgery CME Seminar "Musculoskeletal Infections 2008" (8 hours)
September 5, 2008

Workers' Compensation 2009, seminar by Michael Bronshvag, M.D., April 18, 2009, Burlingame, California, . (6 hours)

May 7-8, 2009: Univ of CA SF, Abbott Society Scientific Program (orth): 14.25 credits

Regular reading of New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and JAMA (subscriptions)

March 9-13, 2010: AAOS Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 23 credits

April 17, 2010: Workers Comp Seminar, The Medical Report by Michael Bronshvag, M.D. (6 hours)

April 30, 2011: Workers Comp Seminar, The Medical Report by Michael Bronshvag, M.D. (6 hours)

June 3-4, 2011: UCFS Spine Symposium, in San Francisco (10 hours)

Dec 7-8, 2012, 7th Annual Primary Care in Sports Medicine Conference (UC SF course) (14 hours)

Dec 8, 2012: Knee Exam (UC SF course): 0.75 hours

Feb 7-11, 2012: AAOS Annual Meeting, San Francisco: 30 hours  

Feb 7, 2012 , Effectively Working within the Workers’ Compensation System, AAOS/COA Course (6 hours)

May 4, 2013, The Medical Report, 2013, course presented by ExamWorks (6 hours)

May 22, 2014: Evaluation and Treatment of Chronic Pain, Behavioral Health CE, 4 hours (online test passed)

May 30, 31, 2014: 9th Annual UCSF Spine Symposium, San Francisco: 13 hours

June 21, 2014: Chronic Pain Management Concepts, Behavioral Health CE, 3 hours (online test passed)

July 24, 25, 2014: 11th Annual UCSF Osteoporosis Symposium, San Francisco, 12.25 hours

April 11, 2015: Medscape Courses online: Knee OA,Pediatric Fracture Pain, Daily Walking benefits Knee OA, Steroid vs PT for Shoulder Pain, Pharmacologic Weight Loss Guideline, US Suicides in Middle Aged and Older Adults, Parenting Training vs Kids’ Stress, Desensitization Therapies for PTSD: 2 credits

April 30 - May 2, 2015: International Orthopedic Trauma Course, UCSF, San Francisco: 28 credits

March 1-5, 2016: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida, 28 hrs (of possible 37)

March 29, 2016: QME Evaluation of the Chronic Pain Patient, William W. Deardorff, Ph.D., 12 credit hours

November 3-5, 2016: UCLA's 21st Annual Review of Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology Update, UCLA, Los Angeles, 17 credits

November 9-11, 2017: UCLA's 22nd Annual Review of Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology Update, UCLA, Los Angeles, 17 credits

Regular reading: New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

 

 

 

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