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  • continuing medical education

(tentative) 31st Annual Richard Smith Day & 7th Annual Jupiter Forum2022-05-13

This two-day course offers interactive learning formats that include debates, Q&A, case presentations, didactic lectures and group discussions. Participants will benefit from immediate feedback on where concepts and practices fit within the best evidence and standard approaches.

  • continuing medical education

(tentative) April 2022: Primary Care Orthopaedics2022-04-28

The goal of this two-day course is to address the outpatient care of common musculoskeletal problems by primary care providers. The diagnosis and non-surgical management of musculoskeletal disorders will be covered in lectures, case discussions, and video demonstrations of examination and injection techniques.

  • patient education

Sexual Health After a Cancer Diagnosis2021-06-24

Though a cancer diagnosis can affect all aspects of a patient’s life, sexual health is not often an area of focus. Join nurse practitioner Lorraine Drapek as she reviews the scope of sexual health issues after a cancer diagnosis and treatment.

  • patient education

Sexual Health After a Cancer Diagnosis2021-06-24

Though a cancer diagnosis can affect all aspects of a patient’s life, sexual health is not often an area of focus. Join nurse practitioner Lorraine Drapek as she reviews the scope of sexual health issues after a cancer diagnosis and treatment. She will discuss common issues and general interventions as well as provide information about available resources.

  • patient education

Finding Reputable Health Information Online2021-06-17

The internet is full of never-ending information, websites, and resources—but when it comes to your health, which ones should you trust? Join health educators Maryam Dayib, BS, and Kimberly Mankus, BS, as they provide tips, advice, and insight on finding reputable health information online.

  • patient education

Gout: The Most Common Inflammatory Arthritis2021-06-16

Gout is an especially painful cause of arthritis that can involve most of the joints in the body. Caused by buildup of urate crystals in and around joints, gout is frequently associated with other common medical conditions such as diabetes and chronic kidney disease. While the pain can be debilitating, gout is highly treatable with medications and lifestyle changes. Join Dr. Guy Katz for a discussion on what can be done to treat and prevent this painful arthritis.

  • patient education

Pediatric Telehealth: How to Get the Most Out of Virtual Visits for Your Child2021-06-03

With the pandemic, telehealth has been thrust from the fringes into the center of MGHfC’s pediatric outpatient care delivery model. This new virtual visit format comes with new challenges for parents, children, and providers. Learn how to prepare for these virtual visits, navigate the actual visit, and understand under what circumstances a virtual visit may not be appropriate for your child from Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, MD, a pediatrician at MGHfC, and Ben Nelson, MD, of Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine.

  • patient education

Caring for Yourself While Caring for Someone with Cancer2021-06-02

This webinar will explore sources of stress when caring for someone with cancer, introduce strategies to manage stress and burnout, and identify creative ways to integrate self-care back into your routine.

  • patient education

Educational Webinar on Overactive Bladder with Dr Kristin Hung2021-06-02

Kirstin Hung, MD, is hosting an educational webinar on the disease state of Overactive Bladder (OAB). OAB affects millions of men and women daily. Massachusetts General Hospital treats all types of bladder issues that may be impacting one's quality of life. We hope you find this information valuable when deciding which treatment path is best for yourself or a loved one.

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