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2.5 CME CREDITS

Populations at High Risk for Influenza: CDC and IDSA Recommendations

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0.25 CME/MOC
0.38 AANP | 0.43 Pharmacology

This brief podcast will answer your most salient questions about managing influenza in high-risk patients, starting with how to identify those patients and determine their risk for developing complications. Next, you will listen to the experts discuss the latest CDC and IDSA recommendations for preventing influenza—including the use of post-exposure prophylaxis—in this vulnerable patient population. Finally, you will hear the recommendations for testing for influenza—within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic—and treating patients with influenza at high risk for complications.


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0.36 CME CREDIT

This expert-led podcast arms you with what you need to know to effectively manage influenza in older adults, a population at increased risk for complications. Get the latest guidance on everything from choosing the appropriate vaccine for this age group to preventing the spread of influenza in long-term care facilities. Hear the most up-to-date recommendations for how to diagnose and treat older adults with influenza and find out if there are any risks associated with antivirals for this patient population. If you provide care to older adults this influenza season, you can’t miss this session.


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0.5 CME CREDIT

Join us to discover why it is important to prevent influenza and treat patients with influenza who have cardiometabolic disease. After this brief podcast, you will be able to identify the types of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases that put patients at high risk of influenza complications and determine which patients should get the high-dose influenza vaccine, according to recent data. You will also be able to answer the question of whether anti-influenza drugs affect the risk of incident cardiovascular events. Find out all this and more to protect your patients with cardiometabolic disease this influenza season.


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Enjoy live and interactive sessions on primary care topics relevant to your daily practice. Register today for our latest virtual CME Conference.


Group of Primary Care Doctors Smiling

Enjoy live and interactive sessions on primary care topics relevant to your daily practice. Register today for our latest virtual CME Conference.


Group of Primary Care Doctors Smiling

Enjoy live and interactive sessions on primary care topics relevant to your daily practice. Register today for our latest virtual CME Conference.


Group of Primary Care Doctors Smiling

Enjoy live and interactive sessions on primary care topics relevant to your daily practice. Register today for our latest virtual CME Conference.


Group of Primary Care Doctors Smiling

Enjoy live and interactive sessions on primary care topics relevant to your daily practice. Register today for our latest virtual CME Conference.


0.5 CME CREDIT

Cardiovascular risk factors leading to the leading causes of death in the United States have their origins in the pediatric age group. This session is intended to give primary care providers a high level view of screening and management for cardio-metabolic risk factors in the pediatric age group based on the most up-to-date guidelines.


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1 CME CREDIT

Practice-Changing Updates From the 2021-2022 Literature

1.00 CME/MOC
1.00 AANP | 0.40 Pharmacology

Every year, medical journals publish countless new studies with important updates that inform clinical practice. As a busy clinician, you likely do not have time to sift through this mountain of literature, so we’ve done it for you. This wide-ranging session touches on novel nutritional supplements, estimating GRF without considering race, new injections for osteoarthritis, thiazide diuretics for chronic kidney disease management, updates to KDIGO, a new tool for dementia-related psychosis, and much more. Keep yourself up to date on the essential findings from the past year’s most practice-changing literature.


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1 CME CREDIT

COVID-19 Cases in Primary Care

1.00 CME/MOC
1.00 AANP | 0.75 Pharmacology