Clinical Updates In Internal Medicine And Primary Care

4 CME/ 4 Contact Hours

Date

Apr 08, 2023

Target Audience

Optometrist, Internist, Internal Medicine Physician, Ophthalmologist, Family practice physicians, Primary Care Physicians

Specialties

Primary Care, Internal Medicine, Optometry, Ophthalmology

Overview

The “Clinical Updates In Internal Medicine And Primary Care” webinar, organized by eMedEvents, will be livestreamed on February 25, 2023 and focus on a wide range of topics within the specialties of primary care and internal medicine. Within their practice, primary care physicians are faced with demanding situations everyday that require knowledge on the most recent modifications and trends in the field. In an effort to mitigate the challenge of remaining up-to-date, this webinar affords participants the opportunity to hone their diagnostic skills when it comes to common conditions and illnesses. This webinar also helps internists to improve their knowledge of internal medicine through continuing medical education.

Program Agenda and Speakers

Saturday | 8 April, 2023

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST (60 Min)

The Quality and Safety Culture Across the Continuum of Care for Generalists and Hospitalists

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Describe how to sustain the quality improvement and safety culture across the phases of care.
  • 2. Summarize the approach to improve the transition of care between hospital and home.
  • 3. Outline methods in which broader use of continuous improvement in clinical delivery to reach value-based care through engagement and accountability.
Ebrahim Barkoudah

MD, MPH, FACP, SFHM

Hospital Medicine, Hospital safety, Internal Medicine, Quality Management
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM EST (60 Min)

Eating Disorders in Primary Care and Community-Based Clinics: Tools and Resources for the Clinician

    Learning objectives
  • 1. List the advantages of screening for eating disorders in primary and/or community-based care
  • 2. Identify eating disorder-specific strategies for use in primary and/or community-based care
  • 3. Describe the SBIRT-ED tool and its use in clinical practice
Christine M. Peat

PhD, FAED, LP

Clinical Psychology
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST (60 Min)

Refractive Cataract Surgery- A Paradigm Shift for Patients and Surgeons

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Understand the term “Refractive Surgery” and the goal to be less dependent upon
  • 2. Understand advanced preoperative ophthalmic diagnostic testing especially about corneal astigmatism
  • 3. Understand that patients have options for elective premium cataract surgery
  • 4. Understand the patient experience during topical cataract surgery without block or IV sedation
Vincent James Patalano II

MD

Ophthalmology
12:45 PM - 01:45 PM EST (60 Min)

Diagnosis & Treatment of Myopia

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Discuss onset of myopia causes
  • 2. To understand myopia and myopic progression and pathologic consequences without interventions
  • 3. To better grasp the challenges and option for treatment of myopia with optical or pharmacologic means
  • 4. To glimpse into the future treatments of myopia treatments
James Hoekel

OD,FAAO

Ophthalmology, Optometry
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