Activity Objectives:

The course will provide a series of multiple-choice question based cases in common and life-threatening endocrine system related clinical entities typically encountered in the Urgent Care or Emergency Department environment. The cases will feature multimedia content to engage the participant. Faculty for the course will primarily be drawn from Harvard Medical School (HMS) associated hospitals. The core faculty will be supplemented by a small number of selected external faculty who are nationally and internationally recognized in the field of contribution.

Emergency Medicine physicians as well as primary care physicians (e.g., Internists, Family Practice physicians, and Pediatricians) who practice Emergency Medicine are the target audience for the course. The participants will have an opportunity to review and advance their knowledge of current practice patterns and recent advances in clinical emergency medicine by taking the course. They will be required to complete all content associated with the course (their progress is electronically tracked). In addition, all participants will be required to correctly answer all associated multiple-choice questions during the course. A standardized level of care equivalent to a typical community level hospital in the United States of America will be employed.

Intended Audience

Emergency Medicine

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Activity Fee : USD $50.00

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