Refresh and expand your knowledge of primary care for adult patients while strengthening your position as a community resource. This convenient self-study program is designed to help you identify diverse medical and psychiatric health issues impacting adult patients and update your practice on current ambulatory and internal medicine issues. This course may also assist those preparing for the certification/recertification examination leading to a Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) in Ambulatory and Hospital Internal Medicine as well as the Ambulatory Family Medicine and Hospital Medicine modules of the ABFM recertification examination. The course includes audio recordings on CD of the live Selected Topics in Internal Medicine course and workshops, a printed syllabus, as well as a post test. Topics include diabetes, adolescent health, obesity management, heart failure update, dermatology, common thyroid diseases, preventing heart disease, case discussions in gastroenterology, sexually transmitted diseases, interpretation of liver function tests, stroke update, skin infections, and more.
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It will take approximately 23 hours to complete this study program.
- 23 CDs
- Professionally edited and printed syllabus
- Post test (online)
- Specific to family medicine
- Approved for up to 23.50 AAFP Prescribed credits
- CME credit approved through May 31, 2014