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This talk will help the primary care clinician recognize and manage depression in the primary care setting. tices in caring for the LGBTQ community. You will walk away with resources to improve your practice and provide to your patients.


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e-Cigarettes were 1st introduced to the US market in 2007, essentially to help smokers stop smoking tobacco-based cigarettes. There is some evidence that, for some adults, it may be beneficial to assist with smoking cessation. However, the use of e-Cigarettes and vaping (referred to as ENDS – electronic nicotine delivery systems), has increased significantly, specifically in the US teen population. The FDA and AAP have addressed the concerns surrounding e-Cigarettes and vaping in both regulations and policy statements. Join us as we discuss the latest evidence, potential benefits, and public health concerns regarding e-Cigarettes and vaping.


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Kevin Pho, MD is a practicing board-certified internal medicine physician and a health care social media leader since 2004. He is co-author of the book, "Establishing, Managing, and Protecting Your Online Reputation: A Social Media Guide for Physicians and Medical Practices." Dr. Pho will take you through his decade-long social media journey, and show how social media can make a profound difference in 3 important ways. First, how social media can facilitate the connection between health professionals and patients. Second, how social media can proactively define and protect an online reputation. And finally, how social media can share the stories of those who intersect with our health care system, but are rarely heard from. Not only will you see how social media made a difference in Dr. Pho's life, you will also be inspired to use social media and make your own difference in health care.


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This pediatric update on the most cited literature from 2017-2019 will cover obesity, concussion, and more. You will learn practical tips to incorporate immediately into clinical practice.


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In an increasingly litigious era of medicine, it becomes easy to over-test, over-treat, and generally over-do some basic urgent issues in the outpatient setting. This course will review some of the most common urgent outpatient complaints and evidence-based diagnostics and therapeutics that can let both you and your patient rest well without breaking the bank. We will focus on pearls for high-value care and reinforce the importance of thorough history-taking and physical exams, as they are the most valuable and least expensive tools in the clinician’s toolkit. After this review of evidence-based criteria that will allow you to proceed confidently when further management is indicated, you can reassure your patients that more isn’t always better.


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This lecture will provide a medical literature and practice guidelines update on hot topics in pediatrics. Through a series of case-based presentations, the faculty will review the evidence and basis for changes in the recommendations for food allergies. The talk will also discuss updates and evidence for recommendations regarding HPV and meningitis B vaccinations. Lastly, the presentation will touch upon adolescent challenges and gender identity.


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This lecture will address four common but challenging issues in primary care practice including the cause of a patient's red eye, the cause of a patient's night sweats, whether a patient is depressed or suicidal, and whether a patient has temporal arteritis.


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Obesity is the most prevalent chronic disease of the modern era in the U.S. and around the world, affecting both the adult and pediatric population. Although many believe that helping patients to achieve a healthy weight is of minimal complexity, weight regulation and management is a challenging endeavor. In this talk, the faculty will explore the complexities of obesity and offer a range of strategies (behavioral, therapeutic, and surgical) to help you in the quest to address overweight and obesity in your practice.


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This lecture will discuss the appropriate follow-up of patients treated for the most common cancers. This will include breast cancer, colorectal cancer, Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, prostate cancer, and lung cancer. An in-depth discussion of the physical challenges and psychological impacts of a cancer diagnosis and its treatment will prepare you to help your patients with what lies ahead.


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Information reaches clinicians at a fast and furious pace. This session will help you keep up with a review of some recent literature that impacts the health of women and other individuals. During this session, the faculty will discuss recent findings on the following topics: hormonal therapy and cancer risk, the role of testosterone in women’s health, HPV immunizations and rates of cervical cancer, and prevention strategies for breast cancer, including chemo prophylaxis for high risk individuals, guidelines for BRCA screening, and comparison of various mammography recommendations.


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In the U.S., about 15.1 million people have an alcohol use disorder and about 4.8 million misuse opioids. This session focuses on the pharmacotherapy of alcohol and opioid use disorders. The faculty will describe and contrast naltrexone and acamprosate treatments for alcohol use disorder and discuss the use of buprenorphine/naloxone to treat opioid use disorder.


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Obesity has reached epidemic levels in the U.S., and it is a contributor to the development of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obstructive sleep apnea, some forms of cancer, and many other diseases. It is imperative that primary care clinicians incorporate obesity care into their medical practice. This presentation will address a practical and time efficient approach for the assessment of patients with obesity and help to formulate a treatment plan. The medical paradigm of lifestyle management, pharmacotherapy, and bariatric surgery will be reviewed along with guidance on how to intensify therapy when indicated.