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Part of a series of activities on Chronic Disease and Nutrition, in this highly interactive, self-directed activity, expert faculty review the latest in nutrition for patients with cardiovascular disease. Topics covered include assessing nutritional heal
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Part of a series of activities on Chronic Disease and Nutrition, in this highly interactive, self-directed activity, expert faculty review how culture effects nutritional health, including insights on collaborating with patients and case examples for rev
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Part of a series of activities on Chronic Disease and Nutrition, in this highly interactive, self-directed activity, expert faculty review the latest in nutrition for patients with pre-obesity or obesity. Topics covered include recognition and screening,
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Cluster Headache: A Review of Clinical Presentation, Evaluation, and Management | Evidence-Based Management of Patients With Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
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AAPA Conference on Demand 2022: Top 5 offers 5.25 credits of AAPA Category 1 CME from the world’s largest PA conference that you can access online anytime.  The Top 5 features PAs Go Beyond, a one-on-one with the first PA to go to space, and hot t
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This series examines how genetics can and should fit in daily PA practice, practical cases in direct-to-consumer genetic testing, the field of medical genetics highlighting the benefit from genetics evaluation, and current updates in pharmacogenetic prescribing.
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Genetics can and should fit into daily PA practice, and it can be accomplished through improving the skills which PAs already have in their wheelhouse. This activity also prepares PAs to discuss how to address concerns patients may have regarding genetic testing, privacy, and dealing with genetic testing results.
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Direct-to-consumer genetic testing (DTC GT) is a convenient and increasingly popular method to help people obtain genetic information. Primary care and specialty healthcare professionals encounter patients with questions regarding DTC GT results, but may be reluctant to tackle genomic medicine in their clinical practice and are seeking opportunities to enhance their genomic knowledge. This activity is designed to help PAs apply knowledge of DTC GT results and develop the skills to manage patient cases that include carrier testing, low, moderate, and high risk health and disease risks, and pharmacogenomic results. This session is lead by genetics professionals who are members of the Inter-Society Coordinating Committee for Practitioner Education in Genomics (ISCC-PEG)/NIH, which aims to improve genomic literacy of healthcare professionals and enhance the effective practice of clinical genomic medicine. This group has designed this session as part of the DTC GT project.
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This activity is intended for practicing PAs wanting to learn more about the field of medical genetics and to discuss which patients may benefit from a genetics evaluation. The goals are to help PAs 'think genetically' when evaluating a patient in clinic and have a higher index of suspicion for genetic conditions, which may prompt a referral to genetics. Potential referrals is reviewed using cognitive and physical exam findings. The intricacies of a genetics evaluation is also reviewed in order to help PAs get a better understanding, appreciation, and utility of a genetics consult. Briefly, options for genetic testing is highlighted as well as genetic counseling and consenting for genetic testing. Resources are provided including how to locate a genetics professional and appropriate genetics websites to utilize.
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Genetic variants can cause individuals to metabolize certain medications differently, depending on the type of metabolizer they are (poor, intermediate, extensive/normal, or ultrarapid). Pharmacogenetic testing is becoming widely utilized throughout healthcare and can aid in managing therapies for conditions involving anticoagulation, epilepsy, chronic pain, psychiatric disorders, and many more. This activity examines how genetics plays a role in drug metabolism and response, differences between metabolic phenotypes and activity scores, and how to apply prescribing recommendations to optimize the choice of medications that have clinical correlations to genomic variations.
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