One CME conference. Two primary care perspectives.
Join Pri-Med for a comprehensive CME experience at Nashville's Music City Center. The curriculum offered over two days encompasses a complete scope of the latest clinical guidelines and recommendations that primary care clinicians like yourself require.
September 26 | Regional Conference
The first day of education focuses on a wide variety of primary care topics, highlighting the latest guidelines and clinical pearls through unique and interactive evidence-based sessions.
September 27 | Tackling Diabetes and its Associated Risks
The second day of the conference features Pri-Med's Southern Diabetes Initiative, Tackling Diabetes and its Associated Risks: Improving Health Outcomes in the South. This is a deeper dive into the latest clinical guidelines and therapeutic developments in the fields of diabetes, obesity ans cardiometabolic disease.
Further your education with our free online CME activities prior to the conference.
The first day of the conference offers 7 presentations by expert faculty from leading medical institutions, featuring in-depth sessions on disease management, the latest guidelines, and clinicians pearls you can immediately apply to your practice.
The wide-variety of therapeutic areas focus on cardiology, rheumatology, pulmonology, and women's health. Featured sessions include:
We hope you can join us for the entire program, however, we know you're a busy clinician so you also have the opportunity to participate in only the first day.
Earn up to 8 CME credits by attending the second day of the conference which was developed to meet the needs of clinicians on the front lines of diagnosing and managing patients with diabetes and cardiometabolic diseases. During the program, faculty will share both data from recent studies and their experience with specific cases to provide you with current information and relevant practice tools to help you improve health outcomes for your patients. The program will also include a special focus on assessing and applying culturally competent preventative, diagnostics, and treatment strategies.
Simply add the Tackling Diabetes and its Associated Risks: Improving Health Outcomes in the South option during the registration process, free of charge.
Diabetes continues to be a global public health challenge, but impacts the southern USA particularly hard. We have the highest rates of the disease as well as its complications. Much of this is preventable and there have been tremendous recent advances in therapy. I am delighted that the SDI is responding to this epidemic at its epicenter and has created an educational platform designed to alleviate the problem locally" — Vivian Fonseca, MD, FRCP
Vivian A. Fonseca, MD, FRCP, is Professor of Medicine, the Tullis-Tulane Alumni Chair in Diabetes, and chief of the Section of Endocrinology at Tulane University Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. He currently serves on the Board of Directors ...
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 7:45 AM