November 4-7, 2015 | Fort Myers (Bonita Springs), FL
Get the latest information to diagnose life-threatening conditions and use evidence-based interventions. Early-bird pricing available.
In an emergency, there are two hours to assess, test, and stabilize a patient. Knowing the latest treatment options during the evaluation is crucial.
Hone your clinical skills on topics including vascular emergencies, lacerations and burns, new drugs of abuse, and more.
Learn the most common joint injections and aspiration performed in a family practice setting.
Learn to assess and treat injured upper and lower extremities with this easy-to-navigate procedural skills activity.
This month's monograph covers: prevention of dental disease, treatment of dental trauma and pain, orthodontic treatment, dentures and dental implants.
This monograph covers: acute and chronic rhinosinusitis, otitis media, oral cancers, laryngitis, and dysphonia
Enhance your knowledge of how to monitor and modify the use of ER/LA opioid analgesics with your patients. Free for AAFP members.
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