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Home  >  Board Review Courses  >  Current Treatment Strategies 2019
Contact Hours : 15.00 | CEUs : 1.50
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Join in Las Vegas for a live CME conference and vibrant nightlife, shows and fine dining. This conference, Current Treatment Strategies 2019, is hosted at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, December 04 - 06, 2019. This conference provides 15 contact hours (1.5 CEU) over three days, 5 hours per day, of live AAFP/ AMA PRA Category 1™, ACPE and pharmacology CE/ CME credit.

This Live Pharmacology CME is perfect for Nurse Practioners to learn the latest in drug therapy. Join Family Physicians and Pharmacists who have been benefiting from our exceptional pharmacology CME for over 30 years. 

Session 1: 5 Contact Hours ACPE UAN 0741-0000-19-032-L01-P, 
Session 2: 5 Contact Hours ACPE UAN 0741-0000-19-033-L01-P, 
Session 3: 5 Contact Hours ACPE UAN 0741-0000-19-034-L01-P, 

Treat yourself for the holidays and live it up on the Las Vegas strip. This conference is your last accreditation opportunity for 2019 credit hours. Small class sizes and clinical faculty from top schools - our live CME conference is perfect for physicians, pharmacists, physician assistants, nurses & nurse practitioners

This live CE / CME experience is accredited for MDs, PAs, Pharms, NPs and Nurses!

Speaking

Christopher M. Bland
Christopher M. Bland

Pharmacy and Medicine

Tammie Lee Demler
Tammie Lee Demler

Psychiatry

Edward Fisher
Edward Fisher

Pharmacy and Medicine

Tracking

Aisha Bano
Aisha Bano

Nursing

Nathaly  Isidore
Nathaly Isidore

Addiction Medicine

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3 Day Advanced Registration Fee 03 Nov,2019 USD  599.00
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1 Day Advanced Registration Fee 03 Nov,2019 USD  399.00
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Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
3000 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Of America

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Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America 89109,

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Session Details

Session Topic Start Time End Time Location Description Speakers
Drug Dosing in Obesity, Diabetes Pharmacology and Bariatric Surgery in Diabetes 04 Dec 07:30 AM 04 Dec 01:30 PM At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to: Drug Dosing in Obesity: A Huge Problem for Patients and Providers Alike: 1. Describe the obesity epidemic in the United States. 2. Discuss pharmacokinetic changes in obese patients related to challenges in dosing. 3. Evaluate drugs most affected by obesity through case studies. Diabetes Pharmacotherapy Update: Focus on the Integrating Newer Agents into Clinical Practice: 4. Prepare a brief overview of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and clinical implication of diabetes mellitus. 5. Compare current recommended therapies for diabetes through cases. 6. Describe the role of older agents in clinical practice. 7. Evaluate the role of newer agents in the management of diabetes including effect on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Bariatric Surgery: Getting to the Gut of the Matter: 8. Analyze the role of bariatric surgery in the management of patients with morbid obesity. 9. Describe the complications and medication related changes evident post-bariatric surgery. 10. Evaluate the roles of the team in the care of patients undergoing bariatric surgery procedures. 11. Evaluate appropriate drug therapy through case studies.
Addressing Metabolic Abnormality in High Risk Patients: A Case Based Presentation 05 Dec 07:30 AM 05 Dec 01:30 PM With a continued, exponential increase in the incidence of metabolic syndrome, clinicians must be able to identify high risk patients and to determine appropriate interventions that can reduce these risks and improve overall health.At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:1. Develop a strategy to incorporate both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic interventions to reduce metabolic risks. 2. Identify patients at high risk of metabolic abnormality, including individuals diagnosed with mental illness (depression, bipolar, anxiety). 3. Develop an appropriate treatment plan based on risk assessments and clinical indicators. 4. Apply clinical pearls to address challenges of both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments.
The Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic: Abuse and Diversion of Opioids and Other Illicit Drugs 06 Dec 07:30 AM 06 Dec 01:30 PM At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:1. Describe the extent of diversion occurring in the United States; 2. List the most commonly diverted substances; 3. Categorize the impact, especially the increase in overdose deaths associated with opioids, of diversion on society and on abusers; 4. Compare and contrast the evidence for and against the medical use of all substances discussed: 5. Distinguish the abuse & addiction potential of all substances discussed; 6. List the most common adverse effects associated with the diverted substances; 7. List the sources of diversion; and 8. Discuss the reasons for the increase in use of diverted substances especially in young people.
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