This conference provides a comprehensive overview of major advances in internal medicine and sub-specialties geared specifically to internists, sub-specialists, and family practitioners. Content will address commonly encountered conditions with emphasis on review of emerging science and current clinical practice guidelines with practical strategies for integration of new concepts into daily clinical practice.
This course will explore the anatomy, embryology, and functional movements of the abdominal viscera. It will explore visceral diagnosis and treatment from these various perspectives: biomechanical—relying on the gross anatomical relationships, biofunctional—relying on the various physiologic motilities, and biodynamic—relying on inherent motion and healing forces. This course will cover many intermediate and advanced topics. However, … Read More
At the conclusion of this activity, learners should be better able to: • Identify signs and symptoms associated with specific neurologic disorders • Explain treatment options for patients with neurological symptoms • Instruct participants on guidelines for patient referral • Describe follow up recommendations to reduce readmissions
Mark your calendar for the 27th annual PCOM Family weekend Seminar. Check PCOM’s online CME Center for updates.
Save the date for PCOM’s Internal Medicine Update. Check for updates from PCOM’s online CME center. Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to: Review adverse health effects and public health concerns of e-cigarettes. Describe the role of vaping in smoking cessation. Review and explain current AACE (American Association of Clinical Endocrinology) Clinical … Read More
This course will help participants develop and deliver clinically relevant evidence-based behavior with current clinical guidelines and the evidence to improve competence and care provided to their patients. Topics include: Obesity update Sports medicine Gabapentin and new laws Antimicrobial stewardship Cholesterol guidelines LDL Cholesterol reductions and the brain Update on the use of Bioidentical Hormonal … Read More