UCSF Advances in Internal Medicine 2017
University of California San Francisco Clinical Update
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A Comprehensive Review of Internal Medicine
This CME program is a wide-ranging review of the key topics in internal medicine. It addresses best practice guidelines for the management of various acute and chronic medical conditions, keeps you abreast of the latest developments in the field, and helps you incorporate current knowledge into daily practice. UCSF Advances in Internal Medicine includes case-based lectures on topics like advances in heart failure management, chronic kidney disease, the current approach to thyroid nodules, management of lipid disorders, etc. It will help you to:
- Identify and manage a wide variety of acute and chronic medical problems
- Integrate current guidelines into daily practice when dealing with atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease (CAD), anticoagulation management, chronic kidney disease, and preoperative medical evaluation, etc.
- Illustrate adept management of medical problems traditionally treated by specialists, like heart failure, end-of-life care, hepatitis B and C infections, etc.
- Recognize the indications that require subspecialty referral
Discover New Guidelines
A clinically based review, this learn-at-your-own-pace course in internal medicine provides up to25.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Available online or via audio MP3 CD, it provides access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so you may confidently incorporate the latest thinking and guidelines into your daily practice.
The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
UCSF designates this enduring material for 25.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Date Of Original Release: October 1, 2017
Date Credits Expire: September 30, 2020
Estimated time to complete: 25.50
CME credit is obtained upon successful completion of an activity post-test and evaluation, as well as payment of a $45 processing fee. CME Credit registration forms must be submitted prior to series expiration date.
After viewing this program, participants should be able to:
- Better manage commonly encountered chronic medical problems such as hyperlipidemia, diabetes, osteoporosis, obstructive lung disease, gout, and headaches, as well as acute conditions such as skin and soft tissue infections, diarrhea, and musculoskeletal injuries
- Bring practice patterns more in line with current evidence and guidelines with respect to atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, chronic kidney disease, anticoagulation management, contraception, and preoperative medical evaluation
- Manage common problems traditionally treated by specialists, such as heart failure, Hepatitis B & C infections, end-of-life care, rheumatoid arthritis, as well as recognize the indications for referral to a subspecialist
This course is designed for practicing internists, family practitioners, and other primary care health professionals. It is also appropriate for hospitalists who wish to stay current on recent developments in internal medicine beyond the inpatient setting.
- Updates and Clinical Pearls in Allergy and Immunology – Katherine Gundling, MD, FACP
- Update on Atrial Fibrillation – Cara Pellegrini, MD
- Advances in Heart Failure Management – Van Selby, MD
- Update on Interventional Cardiology and Guidelines – Krishan Soni, MD, MBA, FACC
- Updates in Geriatrics and Palliative Care – Eric Widera, MD & Kenneth Covinsky, MD, MPH
- Current Approach to Thyroid Nodules – Elizabeth J. Murphy, MD, Dphil
- Optimizing Use of Medication for Type 2 Diabetes – Robert Rushakoff, MD, MS
General Internal Medicine
- Management of Lipid Disorders: Balancing Benefits and Harms – Robert B. Baron, MD, MS
- Updates in General Internal Medicine: Year in Review – Jeffrey Kohlwes, MD, MPH
- Chronic Kidney Disease: What the Generalist Needs to Know – Michael G. Shlipak, MD, MPH
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Osteoporosis: What’s New in 2017 – Jeffrey A. Tice, MD
- Updates in Contraception: Advances in Technical and Interpersonal Care – Christine E. Dehlendorf, MD, MAS
- Update in Hospital Medicine – Bradley A. Sharpe, MD
- Update in Women’s Health: Year in Review – Judith M.E. Walsh, MD, MPH
- Advances in Treatment of Sports Injuries of the Hip – Alan Zhang, MD
- Infectious Diarrhea, Especially C. difficile – Sarah Doernberg, MD, MAS
- Hot Topics & Key Articles in Infectious Disease – Kim S. Erlich, MD
- Clinical Problem-Solving Exercise – Harry Hollander, MD & Aylin Ülkü, MD
- What’s New in Hepatitis B and C – Annie F. Luetkemeyer, MD
- Gout: New Guidelines for an Old Disease – Jonathan Graf, MD
- Update in Rheumatoid Arthritis – Jonathan Graf, MD
- Hot Topics and Challenges in Patient Communication – Ryan Laponis, MD
Hematology and Oncology
- Gynecologic Cancers in the Age of Precision Medicine – Lee-may Chen, MD, FACS, FACOG
- Anemia & Other Cytopenias – Patricia A. Cornett, MD
- Palliative Care in the Continuum of Oncologic Management – Michael W. Rabow, MD, FAAHPM
- Updates in Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Kendall Beck, MD
- Update in Perioperative Medicine – H. Quinny Cheng, MD
- Headache: Update and Review – Morris Levin, MD
- Managing Stroke in 2017 – Karl Meisel, MD, MA
- Keynote: How Less Healthcare Can Sometimes Be Better – Rita Redberg, MD, MS, FACC
- Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease: What a Primary Care Provider Needs to Know – Paul D. Blanc, MD, MSPH
- Updates in COPD and Asthma – Michael Peters, MD
- Lung Cancer Screening – Neil Trivedi, MD