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Each year, the American Cancer Society (ACS) publishes guidelines for early cancer detection, trends in cancer screening rates, and issues related to cancer screening. This presentation will summarize current ACS screening guidelines and an updated guideline for using human papillomavirus vaccination for cancer prevention. Further, the speaker will review updates in U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations for breast and colorectal cancer screening and discuss interim findings from the UK Collaborative Trial on Ovarian Cancer Screening. Finally, utilization of cancer screening from the National Health Interview Survey will be presented.


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Anxiety disorders occur very frequently in primary care. This lecture will cover the differential diagnoses and effective treatment of anxiety disorders. In addition to covering the latest recommendations in pharmacotherapy, we will discuss important brief psychoeducation that will improve your patients’ understanding of their condition and their response to therapy.


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This talk will focus on safety, toxicity, and the available evidence about efficacy of various cannabinoids for medical illnesses and symptom management. It will also briefly review some of the public policy considerations related to how marijuana is scheduled by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration.


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The session will use representative cases to discuss the assessment, diagnosis, and management of common musculoskeletal injuries of the ankle. The pertinent aspects of the physical examination, pathoanatomy and imaging of these injuries will receive particular emphasis.


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Your patients’ health starts in the communities where they live, work and play. Having your practice assess patients to better understand the barriers to health could impact your treatment plans for them and result in more Healthy Days in the process. In this session, you will learn how to identify some key social determinants of health which may present in your patients. You will be equipped with tools for screening these patients and provided with best practices for connecting them to services to address these needs.


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This talk will review the pathophysiologic mechanisms of pain and how to best address them.


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In this talk, participants will receive an overview of the various medications that can be used to treat mental distress. The speaker will review the history of psychopharmacology, beginning with the use of anxiety medications, then hypnotics. A history of antidepressants, mood stabilizers, and antipsychotics will follow, and the speaker will end with a brief discussion of stimulants.


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Are you ready to be quizzed on dizziness? In this live recording of a Jeopardy style game, you can watch faculty ask and answer questions related to important topics in neurology! The faculty will provide a rationale following each question, ensuring that you have answers to take back to your practice. Please note that any data, indications, and guidelines presented in this activity are current as of the recording on Nov. 1, 2019 and they are subject to change as new information is published.


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Join this talk for an enlightening look at health system waste and failures. Dr. Nash will provide an essential road map connecting high-value care to population health. With this model, participants will be equipped to evaluate and improve the future of patient engagement.


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Join an interactive session that simulates a consult with a urologist and addresses the most commonly posed questions from primary care practitioners.


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In this session, you will receive the most important cardiology updates from 2018-2019, including trial evidence for dietary supplements in the prevention of cardiovascular disease and new information about the blood cholesterol guidelines. The session will also provide advice on how to differentiate between opportunistic and systematic screening for atrial fibrillation as well as identify ways to conduct this screening in practice.


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There are countless vitamins and supplements that patients use for a variety of conditions. Many patients prefer these substances because they believe them to be more natural than pharmaceutical products. Patients often turn to clinicians for advice on these agents. This case-based session will feature many of the most commonly used products and review evidence assessing their efficacy and harms.