The University of Tennessee Medical Center offers a variety of education and training opportunities for medical professionals and the public.
Stop the Bleed
During a crisis, no matter how quickly professional emergency responders arrive, bystanders will always be first on the scene. This class will teach you how to take simple actions immediately to help save a life. This public education course is part lecture and part hands-on skills training. Learn More
Fulfill your CME and CE requirements with continuing education opportunities for medical professionals, led by experts from The University of Tennessee Medical Center.
BLS, ACLS and PALS Classes
The University of Tennessee Medical Center offers various CPR classes and first aid classes for medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, dentists, out patient clinic staff, sedation clinic staff and more.
Nurse Residency Program
The University of Tennessee Medical Center provides a one-year nurse residency program (NRP). The purpose of the program is to facilitate a successful transition from nursing student into professional nursing practice. Our goal is to facilitate the highest level of professional nursing practice to improve patient outcomes and retain nursing staff. Learn More
Perioperative Nurse Fellowship Program
The Perioperative RN Fellowship Program is a 30-week training program for registered nurses who are new to the operating room environment. Instruction includes state-of-the-art, specialized equipment including lasers, electrosurgical, laparoscopic equipment and an introduction to basic scrub principles. Learn More
Trauma Education Courses
The Emergency and Trauma Center at The University of Tennessee Medical Center offers educational opportunities for health care providers around the country, through a variety of national organizations. The center also provides classes for the public. Learn More
UT LIFESTAR/Emergency & Trauma Center Continuing Education Luncheon
Join us for the quarterly UT LIFESTAR/Emergency & Trauma Center Continuing Education Luncheon on October 15, 2019, from 11 am-1 pm. Register Now