November 30, 2020
Top 5 Most Popular CME from AAPA 2020
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September 8, 2020
While the global pandemic prevented us from gathering in-person this year for AAPA 2020, we’ve still got you covered for your CME needs! Sessions from AAPA 2020 are now available online with Conference on Demand – and we’re offering a special Top 5 bundle. Check out the Top 5 most popular CME sessions from AAPA 2020!
- Advanced Sexually Transmitted Infection Cases
Rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the U.S. continue to increase. In 2017 over 2 million STIs were reported in the U.S. including a total of 555,608 cases of gonorrhea and 1.7 million cases of chlamydia. While most providers are easily able to recognize typical symptoms of STIs, asymptomatic and atypical presentations often go undiagnosed with potential for long-term complications.
- American Diabetes Association Standards of Medical Care 2020: Selecting the Best Medications for T2DM Management
This case-based session applies the 2020 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes for pharmacology treatment in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. A review of the different pharmacological options and best practices will help you decide on the treatment options for your patients. You’ll explore available options for patients with comorbidities including nephropathy and cardiovascular complications and use evidence-based recommendations.
- Ethical Implications of Vaccine Hesitancy
Vaccine refusal is common in today’s world. This represents not only an individual health risk but also a public health risk, as the integrity of herd immunity is threatened. PAs must consider the ethical principles involved in vaccination and develop an appropriate approach to discuss these issues with vaccine-hesitant parents.
- Keynote: Because I Said I Would
Alex Sheen, the founder and CEO of because I said I would, an international social movement and nonprofit inspiring millions of people around the world to keep their promises, delivers his keynote speech.
- Obesity: Early Intervention Improves Outcomes
Obesity is a chronic, progressive, relapsing disease. If left untreated, it worsens and leads to serious complications such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, and cancer. Given the consequences, it needs to be treated early and with the same intensity that other serious conditions are given. Early diagnosis and treatment prevent, reduce, or resolve complications and improve quality of life. You will learn how to diagnose obesity and pre-obesity and identify obesity-related complications. You will review comprehensive treatment components, when to make appropriate referrals, and strategies for early intervention.