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.
Enhance the care you deliver with the very latest evidence-based information on a broad scope of internal medicine conditions.
Gain knowledge, resources, and strategies to help diagnose, treat, manage, and prevent chronic conditions in your patients.
Gain a wide-ranging overview of family medicine-specific content related to chronic conditions.
Expand your competence and confidence to diagnose and treat your patients’ skin conditions.
Learn best practices and cutting-edge techniques in disease management for patients with common and chronic skin problems.
Explore current treatments for patients with heart failure and simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement.
Learn strategies to manage hypertension in your patients and simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement.
Simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement and focus on current guidelines/recommendations on preventive care.
Review childhood growth, development, and more through this one-day session and simplify the ABFM’s MC-FP Part II requirement.
Fulfill Part IV of the ABFM's MC-FP requirement through a streamlined method of evaluating and strengthening your practice functions and systems. Select from topics including: Asthma, Diabetes, Geriatrics, and Hypertension.
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: indications and risk classification schemes; choosing the optimal anticoagulant; monitoring of patients receiving anticoagulation; and managing adverse events in patients receiving anticoagulation and perioperative care.
This month's monograph covers: anorectal conditions, hemorrhoids, anal fissure and anorectal fistula, rectal prolapse and fecal incontinence.
This month's monograph covers: proteinuria and hematuria, anemia of chronic kidney disease, bladder and kidney cancer, and recurrent urinary tract infection.
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: medical evaluation, mental health conditions, common infectious diseases and cross-cultural communication regarding immigrant and refugee health.
This monograph addresses: asthma, acute dyspnea, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and environmental pollutants and lung disease.
This monograph addresses: diabetes screening and diagnosis, long-term treatment of adults, new drugs to manage Type 2 diabetes, and population management.
Read a concise, evidence-based update on the latest research and recommendations.
Read a concise, evidence-based update on the latest risks, issues, and factors contributing to the obesity epidemic in this free bulletin.
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.
Enhance your knowledge of how to monitor and modify the use of ER/LA opioid analgesics with your patients. Free for AAFP members.
Learn current, updated methods for preventing and treating adult obesity 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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