The Annual Review in Family Medicine is designed to update primary care clinicians in controversial and rapidly changing areas. The emphasis is on practical and useful information for clinical practice. The discussions will also be extremely valuable in preparation for the board examination of the American Board of Family Practice.
Target audience: family medicine and other primary care providers including internists, pediatricians, gynecologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, and other health care professionals.
Access course content, slides, and evaluations on Box HERE.
Day 1-Thursday, December 7
01 Welcome Slides and Disclosures.pdf
02A Snyder2-Addiction Medicine.pdf
02 Smith-Decreasing Alcohol Use with Medications-What Works.pdf
03 Goldschmidt-Opioid Prescribing in Primary Care Pain Treatment, Opioid Overuse and Substance Use Disorder.pdf
04 Opioid Case Discussion.pdf
05 Snyder-Buprenorphine for Family Medicine.pdf
06 Coffa-Overdose Preventionin Family Medicine.pdf
07 Policar-Preventing and Managing IUD Complications.pdf
08 Policar-Office Management of Common Breast Complaints.pdf
09 Lee-Updates in Evaluation and Management of Dyspepsia and H. Pylori Infection.pdf
010 Grumbach-Health Policy Update 2017.pdf
Day 2-Friday, December 8
011 Marmor-Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies.pdf
012 Seligman-Optimizing Care for Patients with Food Insecurity.pdf
013 Stein-Primary Care for Immigrants and Refugees.pdf
014 OMalley-First Do No Harm-An Integrative Approach to Common Primary Care Problems.pdf
015 Fisher Owens-Immunizations Update 2017.pdf
016 Pierluissi-Management Issues in Caring for Older Women.pdf
017 Tuot-Updates in CKD Management.pdf
018 Dixit-Moving Beyond Cancer.pdf