JAAPA CME Post-Test November 2021
A Practical Approach to Selecting a Colorectal Cancer Screening Test
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, but timely, effective, and adherent screening can reduce the number of cases. Screening tests continue to evolve, creating opportunities and challenges. Medical societies offer varying guidelines about optimal screening tests and when to begin screening. This activity reviews available and emerging colorectal cancer screening tests and discusses how to educate patients, advise them in selecting an appropriate test, and promote increased participation in colorectal cancer screening.
Caring for the Psychosocial Needs of the Acutely Traumatized Patient
Support for a patient in the aftermath of a potentially traumatic event is enhanced when clinicians understand the normal reactions that may occur during the traumatization process. This activity discusses recommendations from international and national guidelines as well as best practices from the medical and psychiatric literature to help guide clinicians providing care for acutely traumatized patients.
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