Clinical Conversations Webinar Series

Designed just for PAs, these webinars will bring you the latest on clinical breakthroughs, healthcare advances, policies and programs, and more.

Check out the topics, speakers, and descriptions below. Sign up to watch live or replay a past webinar on your own schedule!

Upcoming Webinars

Uncomplicated UTIs: Navigating Treatment Failure in the Primary Care Setting

Speaker: Clay Walker, MSPA, PA-C
Date: May 9, 7 p.m. ET

Get insights into uncomplicated UTIs with this free webinar, where you’ll explore this condition’s definition and classification with a special focus on understanding and addressing treatment failure.

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Webinar Replay

Uterine Fibroids: The Role of the PA and the Patient in Shared-Decision Making

Speakers: Courtney Doty, PA-C; and Sateria Venable

This webinar aims to provide an overview of uterine fibroids from the PA perspective in diagnosing and managing this condition. We hope to raise awareness of the impact of this disease on patients, with a patient advocate sharing her story living with uterine fibroids.

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The Story in Her Eyes: Connecting With The Patient to Overcome Barriers in Endometriosis Care

Speaker: Martha Green, MSPAS, PA-C

In this webinar, you’ll walk through a patient case that explores the disease burden, factors that contribute to a delay in diagnosis and management of endometriosis-associated pain, current treatment landscape, and challenges in management.

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The Bone Health Benefits of Prunes for Men and Women

The Bone Health Benefits of Prunes for Men and Women

Speaker: Shirin Hooshmand, PhD, RD

Did you know that men have a higher risk of developing an osteoporotic fracture than they do of developing prostate cancer? You’re invited to a FREE webinar on men’s bone health and the protective benefits offered by prunes for both sexes. Our guest speaker will share her latest research that eating just 10 prunes per day provides benefits to men on par with the bone loss prevented in women with 5-6 prunes per day.

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