Broadcast Programs

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Oncology Update for Primary Care

Every Tuesday in April 2015, Noon – 1 p.m.
Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium, Institute on Aging

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April 21, Nutrition: The Power of Prevention
By Michelle Morgan, RD
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Connie Arnold (small)

April 28, A Missing Piece of the Puzzle in Cancer Control: Health Literacy
By Connie Arnold, PhD
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BreastCare Sessions

You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention
Noon – 1 p.m.
May 15, 2015
Jackson T. Stephens Spine Institute, 12th floor

Chemoprevention of Breast Cancer
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
May 15, 2015
Jackson T. Stephens Spine Institute, 12th floor

June Sessions

June 2 & 9, 2015
Noon – 1 p.m.
Jackson T. Stephens Spine Institute, 12th floor

Spring 2015 ITV Broadcasts Registration Form

Please register to attend in the Little Rock audience by completing the form below.
  • Please select the program(s) you plan to attend. To select multiple program, hold the Control key and click each program.

Can’t make it to Little Rock? Click here for a list of our distant sites.

The Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, Continuing Medical Education Division utilizes the UAMS-ITV Distant learning  network which encompasses seven Area Health Education Centers with eight additional health specialty centers, as well as other rural hospitals.  The programs will also be offered via Tandberg technology to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) distant learning sites developed through the Arkansas Department of Health Bioterrorism Program.  By having the opportunity to view programming via interactive technology, medical professionals are able to participate in continuing medical education programs at local hospitals and clinics without having to travel long distances, thereby losing “professional practice time.”

With compressed video networks, we provide rural-based community health care providers with quality CME.  Interactive Media (ITV) refers to telecommunication channels that allow the two-way exchange of information.  An interactive videoconference is the two-way exchange of video, audio and data, transmitted back and forth between two or more points.  This allows a health care professional in rural Arkansas to view, hear and have the opportunity to ask questions to a presenter.

For information on scheduled programming over a distant learning network site, please contact our office at (501) 526-5439 or email Lynn Mueller at