Pri-Med South 2018

Session Slides Available for Download

Primary Care Updates: Thursday, February 8
Annual Conference: Friday–Sunday, February 9–11

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Keynote Sessions

Lifestyle is the Medicine; What's the Spoon?

Connect and Be Heard: Make a Difference in Health Care with Social Media

Disparities in Health Care; Have We Solved the Problem Yet?

Primary Care Updates | Thursday, February 8, 2018

A Clinician’s Guide to the Diagnosis and Management of Autoimmune Disorders

Aging-in-Place and Navigating Transitions to Assisted Living

Common Sports Injuries in Medicine

Evidence-Based Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Chronic Idiopathic Constipation

Newer Long-Acting Insulins: A Physiologic Approach to Glucose Control

Practical Evaluation and Treatment of Headaches

Practical Guide to the Management of Atherogenic Lipids

Thyroid Diseases: Common Presentations

Treatment Intensification in T2DM: A Pathophysiologic Approach to Combining GLP-1 Receptor Agonists with Basal Insulin

Annual Conference | Friday, February 9, 2018

Antibiotic Update for the Office Practice

Bringing Humor to Patient Care

Cardiology Prevention Guidelines: Pearls For Putting Them Into Practice

Challenging Diagnostic Dilemmas in Primary Care

ConnectED Learning Depression: Resolving Clinical Complexities in Primary Care

Curbside Consults in Pulmonary Medicine

Hip and Ankle: Quick Exam and Common Problems

Optimizing Non-Opioid Pain Management in Primary Care

Orthopedic Demonstration: Spine

Outpatient Management of Heart Failure: A Focused Review of the Latest Guidelines

Reducing Falls in the Elderly

Reducing Polypharmacy in the Elderly

Skin Cancer Screening and Treatment

The Pyramid: Building Blocks for Successful Advance Care Planning

Update on Managing Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Violence and Women: Domestic Violence Update

Annual Conference | Saturday, February 10, 2018

Acute Coronary Syndrome Update

Ask the Expert Discussion: Cancer Screening

Ask the Expert Discussion: Infectious Disease

Benign, but Curious Dermatology: Terminology and Associated Conditions

Common Eye Problems Seen in Primary Care

Delirum: Assessment and Management

Don't Tell My Parents: Ethical and Legal Issues in the Teenage Years

Family Violence: Its Impact on Children

Interactive Doctor's Lounge: Cardiology

Interactive Doctor's Lounge: Prostate Cancer Screening

Medical Literature Updates

New Discoveries About Personality and How It Can Change

Pediatric Update 2018

Sex and Menopause

Today’s Guide to Contraception

Updates from the 2017 ACC Scientific Sessions: Important Takeaways That Will Change Clinical Practice

Updates in Nephrology 2018

Urinary Incontinence in Women

VTE Prevention in the Medically Ill: Managing Risk After Hospitalization

Weaning Off Chronic Opioids

What's New in Dementia?

When is a Cough More Than a Cold?

Annual Conference | Sunday, February 11, 2018

C. Difficile: Prevention, Treatment and Role of Fecal Transplant

From Cutting to Suicide: "Tween" Behavioral Health

Obesity: EASY Dietary and Exercise Counseling

Pharmacological Treatment of Obesity

Sports Medicine Injuries

Stem Cell and Cell-Based Therapies in Lung Disease

Tackling Depression in the Elderly

The Worried Well: Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care

What’s New in IBD and IBS?

What's New in Autoimmune Disease?

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