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.
May 2022: Primary Care Orthopaedics2022-05-12
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.
ASH Review and Practice-Changing Updates2022-02-16
The Mass General Cancer Center ASH Review and Practice-Changing Updates will be an interactive, virtual educational program highlighting state-of-the-art care for patients with hematologic diseases.
skin-of-color-series. skin-of-color-series. This course is intended for dermatologists as well as healthcare providers of all backgrounds and specialties seeking to improve their diagnosis and management of skin conditions in diverse skin types and
When faced with challenging or stressful situations, learning how to adapt and overcome is an important skill for overall wellbeing. This is called building resiliency skills. Aude Henin, PhD, shares tips to help your child or teen cope with challenges or stressors. She also discusses how you can help build a support system for yourself and your family to encourage a sense of resilience in children.
Join us Wednesdays beginning January 26, 2022 at 10am or 6:30pm on Zoom.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disease seen in up to 1% of the United States population. While it commonly affects the small joints in the hands and feet, it can also affect larger joints. This talk will explore the science behind rheumatoid arthritis, the symptoms that patients with this disease experience, how it affects patients and their families, the importance of early treatment, and advances in medications to treat it.
Virtual Mind Body Program for Cancer Survivors - New Sessions Start January 2022
Confronting Inequity in Modern Therapy for Rare Melanomas
People with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are living longer thanks to the introduction of antiretroviral therapy. However, research has found that those living with HIV are at an increased risk for heart disease even if they are well-treated on antiretroviral therapies. In this talk, we will provide a general overview of heart disease and how it relates to those living with HIV.