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.
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.
Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB©) provides strategies for preventing and defusing aggressive behavior. This virtual training will empower the attendees by teaching principles, techniques and skills used to recognize, deescalate and manage anxious, aggressive and violent behavior. MOAB is probably unlike any other course you’ve taken in the past. The material is interesting and extensive. You can immediately apply this material at work, at home or on the street.
Identity Theft Virtual Seminar2021-02-23
According to the Department of Justice, 17.6 million people were identity theft victims in 2014. That represents 7% of the U.S. population. ID theft takes many forms and can take an enormous toll on its victims. This virtual seminar will teach you how to take preventative steps against ID theft and actions to assist you in recovering if this unfortunate event takes place.
Atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is a chronic itchy skin condition that affects 10-20% of the US population. In this talk, Dr. Jeff Yu will discuss the symptoms and causes of eczema. He will also cover treatment options ranging from alternative to conventional medical treatments. Whether you are a patient with eczema, a caregiver of someone with eczema, or someone interested in learning more about it, this talk will provide you with up-to-date information on this chronic condition.
This presentation will focus on the importance of bone health and risk factors for bone fracture. Dr. Megan Lockwood will provide an overview of osteoporosis and review screening and treatment options.
Are you in a position where you have to deliver bad news? Whether it is employee corrective action or an unfortunate diagnosis to a patient, you will want to ensure your safety during the encounter. Most of us are unfamiliar with the best ways to keep ourselves safe during such close and personal interactions. Our virtual seminar on giving bad news is designed to provide you with several strategies that will empower you to decrease your risk and increase your safety.
In this webinar, Dr. Eugene Beresin, executive director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, provides practical guidance on how parents, teachers, caregivers, coaches and professionals can help children through the COVID pandemic.
Knowing that you have an increased chance to develop hereditary cancer (cancer that runs in families) or deciding whether to have genetic testing for hereditary cancer can be stressful. Join Dr. April Hirschberg to learn about how stress awareness, healthy lifestyle behaviors, and mind-body interventions can promote your wellbeing. She will also introduce programs that are designed to help unaffected carriers—people who have been identified to have an increased cancer risk but have not been diagnosed.
Optimizing Local Management of Critically Ill Patients with COVID-19 and Timing Transfer to Tertiary/Quaternary Care Centers2021-01-05
Session 5 of Project ECHO's TeleECHO Clinic Series,