This complimentary CME activity will provide primary care clinicians with an update on osteoporosis and bone health. Current screening guidelines, modalities, and current prevention & treatment regimens will be highlighted. This activity was recorded from the live CME webcast held on October 26, 2022.
This 12-hour on-demand CME activity (originally took place on September 8-10, 2022 in Hilton Head Island, SC) examines various conditions often seen in everyday practice with the goal of learning new strategies for diagnosing and treating patients. This activity provides opportunities to get answers to your burning questions and learn ‘best practices’ tools and techniques to help you better treat your patients.
In this CME activity, Dr. Javier Morales discusses the therapeutic interventions that will delay progression of diabetic kidney disease, as well as early screening utilizing UACR, eGRF and the KDIGO heat map. The association of medical renal disease and cardiovascular risk will be addressed as well.
This CME activity, “Evaluation and Management of IBS and CIC”, was originally presented live in San Antonio, TX on November 12, 2021 at the 2021 Best Practices in Primary Care CME conference. During this activity, faculty will discuss the role of Rome-IV criteria and other tests used for diagnosing IBS, as well as differentiating the different subtypes of IBS. The faculty reviews the benefits and limitations of IBS and CIC prescription medications and how to individualize treatment based on current evidence-based guidelines.
This CME activity, “Immunizing Your Adult Patients”, was originally presented live in San Antonio, TX on November 12, 2021 at the 2021 Best Practices in Primary Care CME conference. During this activity, the faculty reviews the different types of immunizations, discusses the importance of shared clinical decision-making, and reviews the current Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations for adult immunizations.
This CME activity, “Menopause: A Review of Systemic Impact and Current Treatment Guidelines”, was originally presented live in San Antonio, TX on November 13, 2021 at the 2021 Best Practices in Primary Care CME conference. During this activity, the faculty explains the biological, physiological, and psychological impact of menopause, reviews the current guidelines for hormone replacement therapy, and discusses non hormonal alternatives to menopausal associated conditions.
It is estimated that about 70 million people in the United States suffer from chronic sleep problems. Lack of sleep is associated with injuries, chronic and mental illnesses, lower quality of life, loss of productivity, and higher economic burden. This complimentary activity will help clinicians recognize, diagnose, and treat the different sleep-related problems that might affect their patient’s quality of life and reduce the chronic consequences of these disorders.