Identify various medical and mental health issues in your elderly patients. Review key geriatric syndromes with information tailored to family physicians and the primary care setting. Now available in online and flash drive/Audio CD formats.
Improve care for your senior patients who experience illness, medication reaction, and testing differently than younger adults do.
Acquire practical, evidence-based information on effective and efficient primary care for geriatric patients.
Increase your knowledge of internal medicine to help treat adult patients with multiple conditions and comorbidities.
Identify diverse internal medicine and psychiatric health issues impacting adult patients with this self-study package.
Gain knowledge, resources, and strategies to help diagnose, treat, manage, and prevent chronic conditions in your patients.
New topic! Gain a wide-ranging overview of family medicine-specific content related to chronic conditions.
Improve care for geriatric patients, and fulfill the ABFM's MC-FP Part IV requirement, through a streamlined method of evaluating and strengthening your practice functions and systems.
This month's monograph covers: transient ischemic attack, diagnosis and management of acute ischemic stroke, subacute/inpatient management of acute ischemic stroke, and posthospital management and recurrence prevention.
This monograph addresses: diabetes screening and diagnosis, long-term treatment of adults, new drugs to manage Type 2 diabetes, and population management.
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.
Get better equipped to improve the outcomes of your patients with chronic kidney disease in this free webcast.
Learn how to overcome physician-identified barriers to improve the outcomes of your patients with chronic kidney disease in this free webcast.
Get better equipped to improve the outcomes of your patients with type 2 diabetes in this free webcast.
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