Clinical Dialogue, eCase Challenge and Monograph: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA
Clinical Dialogues are video or audio-based moderated discussions featuring leading experts and are designed to engage the users and deliver the most up-to-date educationally relevant program possible. eCase Challenges are text-based or video-based case programs where PAs are presented with challenging case scenarios and are asked to make patient management decisions. At the conclusion of each case, there is a Clinical Pearl video that the participant can view which highlights the key take away messages from each program.
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Clinical Dialogue: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA This activity outlines management, recommendations and treatment for patients with heart failure. eCase Challenge: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA is also available and approved for AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credit.
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    eCase Challenge: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA This self-assessment activity outlines management, recommendations and treatment for patients with heart failure. Clinical Dialogue: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA is also available.
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    Monograph: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA This activity outlines management, recommendations and treatment for patients with heart failure. Also available Clinical Dialogue and eCase Challenge: Complexity in Care for Patients with Heart Failure: Highlighting the Role of the PA. The eCase Challenge is approved for AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credit.
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