Pri-Med Midwest

AANP Pharmacology Credits

Below is a listing of sessions that offer AANP contact hours and include AANP pharmacology credits. Sessions that do not offer pharmacology credit are not listed here.

Primary Care Updates | Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Challenging and Common Diagnostic Dilemmas
7:45–9:00am 0.075 Pharmacology Credits
Incretin-Based Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes: Improving Comprehensive Patient Care
9:15–10:30 am 0.46 Pharmacology Credits
Separating Myth from Fact: The Role of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists for the Treatment of T2DM
9:15–10:30am 0.07 Pharmacology Credits
Optimizing Outcomes for Heart Failure Patients: Best Practices for Primary Care Clinicians
10:30–11:45am 0.6 Pharmacology Credits
How Low Do You Go? Clinical Updates in Low-Density Liproprotein-Cholesterol Management
12:45–2:00pm 0.35 Pharmacology Credits
Fibromyalgia: Diagnosis and Management
12:45–2:00pm 0.19 Pharmacology Credits
Office Dermatology
2:15–3:30pm 0.23 Pharmacology Credits

Annual Conference | Thursday, October 13, 2016
The Era of Anticoagulation - Selecting the Best Approach to Treatment
9:45–10:45am 0.5 Pharmacology Credits
Update in Heart Failure
10:45–11:45am 0.5 Pharmacology Credits
GLP-1 Receptor Agonists and Basal Insulin Combination: A Complementary Strategy for Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Intensification
1:00–2:15pm 0.7 Pharmacology Credits
Surviving Breast Cancer: The PCP's Role in Monitoring the Cancer Survivor
2:15–3:00pm 0.087 Pharmacology Credits
Food Allergies and Food Intolerance: Update on Guidelines
2:15–3:00pm 0.06 Pharmacology Credits
Irritable Bowel Syndrome: New Diagnosis and Therapeutics for The Primary Care Provider
4:35–5:10pm 0.349 Pharmacology Credits
Tackling Behavioral Disturbances in Older Adults with Cognitive Impairment
4:35–5:10pm 0.18 Pharmacology Credits

Annual Conference | Friday, October 14, 2016
What Every Primary Care Clinician Needs to Know about Hypertension Crises
9:45–10:30am 0.3 Pharmacology Credits
Managing Menopause: Before, During, and After
9:45–10:30am 0.15 Pharmacology Credits
Transient Ischemic Attack: 2016 Update
10:30–11:05am 0.05 Pharmacology Credits
Contraception Update: The Rise of LARCs
10:30–11:05am 0.37 Pharmacology Credits
Managing Arrhythmias in Primary Care
11:05–11:45am 0.07 Pharmacology Credits
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management
11:05–11:45am 0.11 Pharmacology Credits
Evaluation and Management of Restless Legs Syndrome
1:00–2:15pm 0.31 Pharmacology Credits
Opioid Therapy is Associated with Abuse and Misuse: Tips to Manage Such in Your Practice
1:00–2:15pm 0.25 Pharmacology Credits
COPD: Improving Care
2:15–3:00pm 0.23 Pharmacology Credits
Osteoarthritis: Evidence-Based Approaches for Improving Joint Pain
2:15–3:00pm 0.23 Pharmacology Credits
Clinical Review: Best Practices in Out-Patient ID Management
4:00–5:00pm 0.21 Pharmacology Credits
Neurology Pearls for the Primary Care Clinician
4:00–5:00pm 0.07 Pharmacology Credits
Fevers from Around the World: Travel Associated Infections
5:00–5:45pm 0.13 Pharmacology Credits
Concussion in the Adolescent Athlete
5:00–5:45pm 0.03 Pharmacology Credits

Annual Conference | Saturday, October 15, 2016
Medical Literature Updates
9:45–10:30am 0.2 Pharmacology Credits
Tackling Common GU Issues in Men
9:45–10:30am 0.14 Pharmacology Credits
The Relapsed Smoker
10:30–11:00am 0.1 Pharmacology Credits
Diabetes Prevention: Where Have We Come From and Where Are We Going?
11:00–11:45am 0.08 Pharmacology Credits
Rheumatololgy Pearls in the Primary Care Office
1:45–2:30pm 0.14 Pharmacology Credits
Preoperative Cardiac Work-up: Assessment and Preparation
1:45–2:30pm 0.2 Pharmacology Credits
Choosing Wisely in Women's Health
2:30–3:15pm 0.13 Pharmacology Credits
For the most up-to-date session schedule and a list of speakers, view the program website.