July 29-August 1, 2015 | San Diego, CA
Expand your knowledge of primary care and the health issues most commonly affecting your adult patients. Early bird pricing available.
Enhance your internal medicine knowledge to help treat your adult patients with multiple conditions and comorbidities.
Identify diverse internal medicine and psychiatric health issues impacting adult patients with this self-study package.
This month's monograph covers: community-acquired pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis, fungal infections and respiratory infections in immigrants to the United States.
This month's monograph covers: prevalence, transmission, screening, and prevention of Hepatitis C, existing and new treatments, liver transplantation and extrahepatic manifestations.
This month's monograph covers: medical evaluation, mental health conditions, common infectious diseases and cross-cultural communication regarding immigrant and refugee health.
This monograph addresses: new drugs for managing skin disorders, emerging drug-resistant skin infections and infestations, benign nodular skin lesions, and common skin rashes in infants.
This month's monograph covers: proteinuria and hematuria, anemia of chronic kidney disease, bladder and kidney cancer, and recurrent urinary tract infection.
Improve patient immunization rates, diagnosis of HPV infection, and postinfection medical management with this free bulletin.
Ensure you are up-to-date on the latest on hepatitis C risk factors, evaluation, and treatment in this free webcast.
Improve your skills to understand which patients have the lowest HPV vaccination rates and poorest outcome post-infection and more in this free webcast.
As a follow up to the HPV webcast, further your ability to improve your patients’ HPV vaccination rates with this free webinar on March 30.
Learn to overcome physician-identified barriers of managing complex immunization schedules, vaccine shortages, and parent concerns in this free webcast.
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