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The Roles of Neuroinflammation and Glutamatergic Excitotoxicity in Treatment-Resistant Depression | Recognizing and Managing Hydrocephalus in Children
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1.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) on Demand 2023 includes recorded content from the 2023 Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) that you can access online anytime. Executive Leadership Conference on Demand is designed to redefine how you approach leadership at your organization. The unique blend of sessions challenges you to refine your healthcare leadership competencies, lead through crisis, enhance your leadership skills, improve PA and NP revenue generation for your organization, and much more.
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19.50 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
The use of telehealth has increased drastically during and since the COVID-19 pandemic, and telehealth has proven to be beneficial to both clinicians and patients. In rheumatology care in particular, telehealth is useful given the limited number of rheum
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The Research 101 CME Series for PAs and PA students is designed to provide an understanding of the importance of research and how it is fundamental to the long-term support of the profession. This series will unfold over the next three years and will include topics on why research is important, types of research PAs are involved in, education on the fundamentals of research, and other special topics to enhance participants skills.
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6.25 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
COVID-19 has and continues to have an impact on patients, families, and society as a whole in many direct and indirect ways. With more time to study SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 we now have a fuller understanding of the factors that place patients at higher r
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COVID-19 has and continues to have an impact on patients, families, and society as a whole in many direct and indirect ways. With more time to study SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 we now have a fuller understanding of the factors that place patients at higher risk of progression to severe COVID-19. Several studies have shown that patient characteristics such as age, male gender, certain race/ethnicities, and specific co-morbidities are associated with worse outcomes. Both diabetes and hypertension are most strongly linked with increased mortality. This is the first of three modules on the outpatient management of patients with COVID-19. The focus of this first module is on diagnosis, testing, and risk factors for progression to severe disease.
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0.50 AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credit
A Review of Organizing Pneumonia | An Outpatient Pain Plan and ED Pain Pathway for Adults With Sickle Cell Disease
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1.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common, non-traumatic cause of central nervous system (CNS) disability in adults. In the United States approximately 400,000 people are affected by MS, with approximately 2.5 million affected worldwide. The cause of MS is not known, though it is believed that an environmental trigger initiates an autoimmune event, creating disease in genetically-sensitive people. Women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with MS, with most patients presenting with symptoms in their late twenties or early thirties. This educational program is designed to give PAs an overview of MS and to provide much needed education to support the complex management of patients with MS and allow PAs to more effectively collaborate with neurology specialists. Additional training in MS is important for PAs because of their role in health care maintenance and to support patients when MS specialists are not accessible. Through the tactical combination of online and print formats, this program will appeal to various learning styles and allow participants to reinforce their knowledge and acquire new skills that can immediately be applied to clinical practice.
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0.75 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common, non-traumatic cause of central nervous system (CNS) disability in adults. In the United States approximately 400,000 people are affected by MS, with approximately 2.5 million affected worldwide. The cause of MS is not known, though it is believed that an environmental trigger initiates an autoimmune event, creating disease in genetically-sensitive people. Women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with MS, with most patients presenting with symptoms in their late twenties or early thirties. This educational proposal is designed to give PAs an overview of MS and to provide much needed education to support the complex management of patients with MS and allow PAs to more effectively collaborate with neurology specialists. Additional training in MS is important for PAs because of their role in health care maintenance and to support patients when MS specialists are not accessible. Through the tactical combination of online and print formats, this program will appeal to various learning styles and allow participants to reinforce their knowledge and acquire new skills that can immediately be applied to clinical practice.
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0.75 AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credit
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common, non-traumatic cause of central nervous system (CNS) disability in adults. In the United States approximately 400,000 people are affected by MS, with approximately 2.5 million affected worldwide. The cause of MS is not known, though it is believed that an environmental trigger initiates an autoimmune event, creating disease in genetically-sensitive people. Women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with MS, with most patients presenting with symptoms in their late twenties or early thirties. This educational proposal is designed to give PAs an overview of MS and to provide much needed education to support the complex management of patients with MS and allow PAs to more effectively collaborate with neurology specialists. Additional training in MS is important for PAs because of their role in health care maintenance and to support patients when MS specialists are not accessible. Through the tactical combination of online and print formats, this program will appeal to various learning styles and allow participants to reinforce their knowledge and acquire new skills that can immediately be applied to clinical practice.
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1.50 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
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