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Diabetic retinopathy (DR)/diabetic macular edema (DME) affect a majority of patients with diabetes, but appropriate management of diabetes, vision screening, and timely referral to specialty eye care can help halt progression of the disease. This collect
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Pustular psoriasis, including generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) and palmoplantar pustular psoriasis (PPP), are rare disorders, with underlying pathophysiology that is distinct from psoriasis vulgaris (PV), even if there may be overlap of the conditions in some patients. Given the rarity of the disease, clinicians have limited experience with these patients, who face life-threatening flares and significantly impaired quality of life, and may not be referring when they should. This activity will improve knowledge, skills, abilities, and confidence with regard to recognition and assessment of disease severity of these important conditions.
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Type 3c: Understanding Pancreatogenic Diabetes | Blunt Chest Wall Trauma: Rib Fractures and Associated Injuries
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With all of the new fad diets and exercise trends that promise patients quick-weight loss, metabolism boosting, and body sculpting coupled with a confusing array of studies regarding 'good' and 'bad' fats, it can be hard for a clinician to keep up with
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Evidence-based treatment for obesity requires competency in the judicious use of pharmacotherapy. This activity reviews the office use of anti-obesity medications and emerging therapies.
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Gain knowledge on how to improve the patient and clinician experience and earn up to 4.0 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. Empathetics self-paced online courses are based on extensive and novel clinical research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital. The courses provide insights into how humans process emotions and teaches practical attitudes and skills to improve interpersonal communications. Each course includes video with rich and interactive content.
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Empathetics self-paced online courses are based on extensive and novel clinical research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital. The courses provide insights into how humans process emotions and teaches practical attitudes and skills to improve interpersonal communications. Each course includes a video with rich and interactive content. This course teaches medical professionals how to deliver bad news to patients and their families in the most compassionate and professional manner. Clinicians in multiple roles often need to communicate unwelcome information and doing this compassionately and effectively has profound impact on patient satisfaction. This lesson meets the criteria for 1.0 credit in end-of-life care.
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Empathetics self-paced online courses are based on extensive and novel clinical research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital. The courses provide insights into how humans process emotions and teaches practical attitudes and skills to improve interpersonal communications. Each course includes a video with rich and interactive content. This course introduces medical professionals to the neuroscience of emotions and empathy, and explains the difference between sympathy, empathy and compassion. It includes lessons for best practices for providing empathy in a clinical setting and practical and easy to implement tips.
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Empathetics self-paced online courses are based on extensive and novel clinical research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital. The courses provide insights into how humans process emotions and teaches practical attitudes and skills to improve interpersonal communications. Each course includes video with rich and interactive content. This course explains the importance of empathy in clinician-patient relations. It lists the ways that providing informed consent during the pre-op conversation improves the patient, patient delegates’ and provider experience. The course also defines and provides the legal justification for informed consent and describes the factors that influence patient uncertainty and anxiety as well as identify facial expressions as a way to determine the appropriate, empathic response to patient anxiety and other concerns.
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Empathetics self-paced online courses are based on extensive and novel clinical research conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital. The courses provide insights into how humans process emotions and teaches practical attitudes and skills to improve interpersonal communications. Each course includes a video with rich and interactive content. Managing difficult interactions with patients and their families is a challenge for many healthcare professionals. This course teaches how to handle difficult interactions with patients and colleagues effectively and professionally. Clinicians learn how to anticipate and recognize the early signs of discord, to manage their own emotions and to effectively manage relationships for optimal outcomes.
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