This annual interdisciplinary course offers participants an overview of current topics in internal medicine including interactive case studies using automated audience response system. Interdisciplinary speakers present diverse clinical topics chosen for applicability to NP/PA and primary care physician practice settings. As complex patients transition care to the outpatient arena, current guideline based medicine typically initiated in the hospital setting continues to be important as patients transition out of the acute care setting.
On behalf of the 23rd Annual Internal Medicine Review for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and Primary Care Physicians planning committee, you are invited to submit posters on your NP/PA/MD practice, education, research, or quality improvement initiatives for virtual presentation at our September 16-17, 2021 livestreamed event. All course attendees will have access to view the chosen posters. You do not need to attend the course to be selected as a poster presenter. Abstract submissions are due by June 25th and poster presenters will be notified of acceptance and receive additional details by July 30, 2021.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
Identify diagnostic and clinical decision making skills consistent with evidence-based guidelines
Identify current, clinically oriented, evidence-based practice recommendations in specialties such as cardiology, endocrinology, pediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, behavioral medicine, preventive medicine, and women’s health
Describe indications for diagnosis, management, and patient referral for clinical scenarios encountered in current practices
Identify current pharmaceutical considerations and indications, including new drugs, commonly prescribed for primary care conditions
This conference emphasizes clinical care issues confronting busy clinicians including current pharmacology content. The program is designed for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and primary care physicians.
Select presentations in the program will contain pharmacology content. We will have an estimate of the approximate number of hours of pharmacology content as the meeting gets closer and faculty finalize their presentation content.