Mon, Oct 28 · 7:00

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
-Didatic lectures on common and emerging clinical concerns
-Content focused on the needs of the primary care provider in the clinical practice
-Dedicated question and answer sessions throughout the course
-Breakout sessions for personalized course experience
-Pre-course ABFM Knowledge Self-Assessment sessions
-Course app with presentations and note-taking functionality
-Access to all presentation recordings for one year

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
-Identify individuals who may benefit from interventions, including statin use, to decrease risk of cardiovascular disease
-Identify patients who are good candidates for PrEP and gain confidence in prescribing PrEP for high risk individuals
-Describe the appropriate immunizations administered to children and adults for protection against preventable, infectious diseases
-Formulate an appropriate treatment plan for patients post myocardial infarction
-Recognize the presence of unconscious bias and develop strategies to mitigate its negative effects
-Describe how to manage a patient with a rising PSA

Prices:
Physicians/Scientists: USD 675.0,
Residents, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners: USD 550.0,
ABFM Knowledge Self-Assessment: USD 200.0