September 17-20, 2014 | Albuquerque, NM
Get the latest in diagnosing life-threatening conditions, utilizing evidence-based interventions. Held at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa. Early bird pricing available.
Attend this 3-1/2 day family medicine CME course on advances in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of traumatic injuries, hospital care, pediatric, respiratory, and cardiovascular emergencies and more.
For rural and urban physicians alike, this convenient self-study course offers the latest in emergency and urgent care issues.
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 monograph covers: acute and chronic rhinosinusitis, otitis media, oral cancers, laryngitis, and dysphonia
This monograph addresses: point-of-care testing, tests for infectious disease, cancer biomarkers, and new tests for anemia.
This monograph addresses: ganglion cysts, overuse injuries from the use of handheld electronic devices, FOOSH injuries, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
This monograph addresses: current management of hip fractures, osteoporosis-related vertebral compression fractures, diagnosis and management of stress fractures, new approaches to clavicle fracture management.
Read a concise, evidence-based update on the latest research and recommendations.
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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Emergency and Urgent Care