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Save 20% on the AAPA PANRE-LA Reference Guide, a searchable e-book to use during the exam each quarter. Based on the NCCPA PANRE blueprint, the guide contains text, tables, charts, and images in a concise format. Plus, earn up to 18.75 credits of AAPA Ca
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Diagnosing and Managing Adrenal Incidentalomas | Fecal Impaction in Adults
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This is an 8 hour training course for physicians and physician assistants who wish to prescribe buprenorphine to treat opioid use disorder (OUD). This training will satisfy the 8 hour training requirement mandated by the MATE Act.
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This series counts toward the new Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) requirement for PAs treating and managing opioid use disorder (OUD) and substance use disorder (SUD). The series focuses on alcohol use disorder, pain management and opioids, dismantling the stigma, and more.
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Even after the initial acute COVID-19 infection has subsided, patients are frequently left with short- or long-term sequelae post-infection. Many of these are similar to the sequelae of other severe pulmonary infections, sepsis, and/or intensive care unit admission. The organ systems affected are numerous and span the entire body. Particularly problematic are the cardiac, pulmonary, neurologic/cognitive, and thromboembolic sequelae. This educational program seeks to increase clinician awareness of these post-COVID-19 symptoms to emphasize the importance of treatment to avoid such outcomes. This is the final module of this series on the outpatient management of patients with COVID-19.
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Even after the initial acute COVID-19 infection has subsided, patients are frequently left with short- or long-term sequelae post-infection. Many of these are similar to the sequelae of other severe pulmonary infections, sepsis, and/or intensive care unit admission. The organ systems affected are numerous and span the entire body. Particularly problematic are the cardiac, pulmonary, neurologic/cognitive, and thromboembolic sequelae. This educational program seeks to increase clinician awareness of these post-COVID-19 symptoms to emphasize the importance of treatment to avoid such outcomes. This is the final module of this series on the outpatient management of patients with COVID-19.
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0.50 AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credit
Earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, treatment recommendations for COVID-19 were scattered with new data pouring in. As new treatments were tested, their efficacies were revealed and national guideline recommendations were made accordingly. Given the number of potential treatments, it is essential for clinicians to know the guidelines to treat their patients effectively and prevent poor outcomes. This is the second of three modules on the outpatient management of patients with COVID-19. The focus of this module is on treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19.
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Earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, treatment recommendations for COVID-19 were scattered with new data pouring in. As new treatments were tested, their efficacies were revealed and national guideline recommendations were made accordingly. Given the number of potential treatments, it is essential for clinicians to know the guidelines to treat their patients effectively and prevent poor outcomes. This is the second of three modules on the outpatient management of patients with COVID-19. The focus of this module is on treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19.
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This activity will review the DSM-5 criteria for bipolar disorder types 1 and 2, as well as schizophrenia and subtypes. It also covers the nuance in these complex conditions and common presentations.
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Research demonstrates patients with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) are twice as likely to be seen by their primary care provider than those without an AUD. Recent studies also find that healthcare providers may not be good at recognizing substance use disorders (SUDs) in the outpatient setting. Thus, there is a need for healthcare providers to recognize the sequelae of SUDs and better identify and assist alcohol or drug-dependent persons. This activity will provide an overview of screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment for SUD and tools to incorporate alcohol and drug screening, intervention, and education into your daily practice and all aspects of medical care. We recognize that many healthcare workers already screen and assist. Still, we want to ensure that we are all asking the same questions and providing consistent, SBIRT-appropriate, evidence-based, and high-quality services.
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