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Articles Tagged with ''Primary Care''

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Providing Enhanced Medical Support for the African American Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

CME: 1.0
This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of healthcare providers, including primary care practitioners, specialists, infusion nurses, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and patient advocacy groups address the heightened medical and educational needs of African American patients that they treat during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
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Minimizing the Burden of Influenza: New and Emerging Strategies

CME: 1.00
This activity has been designed to address the educational needs of nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants who practice across a range of healthcare settings, many of which accommodate a high volume of patients who are at high risk for influenza-related complications (eg, primary care, infectious diseases, women’s health, pediatrics, and geriatrics).
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Multidisciplinary Team Strategies for Managing Tardive Dyskinesia

CME: 0.75
Dive into this engaging, digital newsletter created by our multidisciplinary faculty panel, Christoph Correll, MD and Rose Mary Xavier, PhD, MS, RN, PMHNP-BC to learn proper recognition and management of tardive dyskinesia (TD). This newsletter includes guidance on diagnostic criteria, treatment algorithms, as well as strategies with how to incorporate novel therapies while ensuring optimal adherence and patient quality of life.
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Real World Considerations for Radionuclide Myocardial Perfusion Imaging in an era of Appropriate Use Criteria

CME: .50
The purpose of this activity is to increase clinician awareness on AUC mandates to mitigate unnecessary costs while providing appropriate care within a multidisciplinary team. This activity will feature a review of AUCs in relation to the reimbursement implications as well as expert guidance on available agents for rMPI and recommendations on when to order PET and SPECT scans.
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HPV: Points of Prevention in Primary Care

CME: 1.5
Review recommendations for HPV vaccination with patients and caregivers to increase informed decision-making. Identify appropriate candidates for HPV vaccination, including the recently expanded group of patients aged 27 to 45 years
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