A Holistic Approach to Primary Care Medicine course provides comprehensive reviews and guidance to incorporate these changes into practice for state-of-the-art care. This course explores the intricacies dealt with by Primary Care physicians. It is results-focused and structured to help you optimize your approach to the vast array of conditions in primary care practice.
Malpractice and Primary Care
1. Describe the consequences of malpractice
2. Explain how to prevent and manage poor outcomes
Building Barrier Bridges
1. The role of the hospitalist in primary care
2. The barriers of hospital care continuity
3. Bridging the outpatient-inpatient gap
Path to a Resilient Healthcare System
1. Describe the potential health impacts of stress
2. Identify personal barriers to adapting and adjusting to change
3. Set one to two goals for dealing with change in professional situations
4. Discuss individual and organizational strategies to minimize the effects of work-related stress
Red Eye Management
1. Analyze and interpret current medical evidence and practice guidelines supporting treatment decisions to improve clinical care
2. Discuss the diagnosis and management of red eyes
3. Discuss the diagnosis and management of painful eyes
4. Discuss the diagnosis and management of common eye injuries
Palliative Care for Primary Care
1. Define Palliative Care
2. Analyze the transition from primary to subspecialty Palliative Medicine
3. Outline communication tools and resources to assist in patient care
4. Discuss common symptoms encountered in patients with potentially life-limiting disease
Medical Boards and the Medical Practice Act
1. Describe the License application and renewal process
2. Explain the consequences of reporting, investigation process, and possible outcomes
3. Discuss Physician Health Program
1. Describe contract, contract terms, and strategies to negotiate the contract
2. Review the pros and cons of the practice setting
3. Discuss how the total compensation will be determined
Anorectal Pearls for Primary Care
1. Describe Anal fissure, Hemorrhoids, Rectal prolapse, Anal abscess
2. Outline the clinical presentations of the patients with the above conditions
3. Explain various treatment options - non-surgical and surgical
Emerging Infectious Diseases
1. Understand the driving factors for emerging infectious diseases
2. Understand the current epidemiology, impact, and prevention of COVID-19 with a focus on Native Americans
3. Understand the current epidemiology, transmission, recognition, treatment, and prevention of monkeypox(M-Pox)
4. Understand the current risks for other emerging infectious diseases
Ripple Effects of Insomnia
1. Understanding basic mechanism of sleep and insomnia
2. Applying these principles to understand causes and effects of insomnia
3. Polysomnography is not a good test for evaluation for insomnia
4. Therapeutic approach
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