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Obesity bias and stigma are increasing parallel to the rates of obesity. Weight bias, stigma, and discrimination are highly evident in the media, education, employment, and healthcare. As many as half of women and 25% of men experience weight discrimination, and the internalization of these biases are associated with significant psychological and physical effects. Weight bias among healthcare providers affects the quality of care provided, and patients affected by obesity who experience weight bias are increasingly less likely to seek healthcare. This program will focus on strategies to minimize weight bias, stigma, and discrimination with a focus on respectful communication and actions one can take in their clinical setting. The expert faculty will conclude the program by providing resources and organizations focused on reducing weight bias that participants can utilize and participate in to overcome personal biases and become advocates for obesity as a disease.
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Adolescents | Screening for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
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This recorded webinar was presented in partnership with the National Alliance for Hispanic Health (NAHH) and moderated by PAs for Latino Health (PALH) President Rafael Pomales Jr., MHS, PA-C, DFAAPA, and featuring NAHH Chair Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, PhD, Association of PAs in OBGYN President Melissa Rodriguez, DMSc, PA-C, and PALH co-founder Robert S. Smith, DHSc, MS, PA-C, DFAAPA. This webinar includes discussions on health disparities and equity issues facing Latino populations, the impact of COVID-19 and vaccines, as well as the role of community health workers in overcoming barriers to vaccination. It also covers how to locate community health workers who have been trained as COVID-19 Vaccine Navigators.
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Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines: An Update | ICU Survivorship: What PAs Need to Know
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All of Us, a National Institutes of Health research program, is seeking one million or more individuals from across the U.S. who have been excluded from past biomedical research to participate in creating a robust and diverse data resource. Scientists and medical researchers with access to the data can use it to understand more about why people get sick or stay healthy. Learn more about how researcher can access conduct research using data from clinicians and their patients including health habits, environment, genetics, and more.
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This activity covers peer-reviewed research about medication treatment for opioid use disorder, screening for substance use, providing naloxone in the pharmacy setting, and managing patients’ pain. It also uses real-world examples and suggestions from your peers for translating this science to medicine to enhance your day-to-day practice. Taking the latest research and sharing insights from clinicians about implementing it in clinical practice, Science to Medicine features real-world examples from a variety of practice settings and clinician types—operationalizing research to improve patient care.
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This evidence-based content highlights the effects of stigmatizing language on patients with addiction. You’ll also learn about terms to use and to avoid (and why) and how to integrate person-first language into practice. This activity informs cli
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Featuring excerpts from women with lived experience, this evidence-based resource details why the cost of stigma is so high for pregnant women and mothers with SUD. How to use person-first language and terms to use and to avoid (and why) are also covered
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PAOS Extremities in the Carolinas 2021 Bundle offers up to 13 AAPA Category 1 CME credits and 5 AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credits. Extremities in the Carolinas: Trauma for General Orthopedics is an advanced course for PAs and NPs who treat traumatic injuries of the extremities in adults and children. This course teaches the principles and techniques for management of extremity trauma and current concepts in surgical and non-surgical management.
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Extremities in the Carolinas: Trauma for General Orthopedics is an advanced course for PAs and NPs who treat traumatic injuries of the extremities in adults and children. This course teaches the principles and techniques for management of extremity trauma and current concepts in surgical and non-surgical management.
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