Thank you to everyone that joined the live broadcast of the IAPA Virtual CME Conference on December 3-4. For those unable to attend the live conference, on-demand recorded lectures are now available as enduring content thorough January 31, 2021. The on-demand lectures have been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and are compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. These recordings are designated for nine AAPA Category 1 CME credits.
All registered attendees for the live conference have complimentary access to these recordings and have received an email with the access information. Those unable to attend can now register to learn at their own pace and add additional CME credits to their 2020 requirements or get an early start on your 2021 credits. NCCPA has extended the 2020 deadline to March 2021, so these credits can still count toward your 2020 totals.
Members of IAPA receive discounted registration, not sure if you are a member of IAPA? Contact Isaiah Perez, Membership & Marketing Manager, IAPA at email@example.com or 317-659-0605, or join today.
On demand session overviews are listed below, when you register, you will receive access details and pre- and post- evaluations for the sessions.
IAPA Members - $195
Students - $20*
*In order to receive the Student rate, you must be a current Student Member of IAPA.
Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis
This session will provide an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the pancreas while also identifying presenting symptoms and formulating treatment plans for acute and chronic pancreatitis.
Coordination of Care for Children with Hemoglobinopathies
This session will provide an overview of sickle cell disease and thalassemia and will discuss practical approaches to coordinating primary and subspecialty care for children with hemoglobinopathies.
Home Care Medicine
The session will educate new PAs and PAs in specialties about the benefits of home care medicine and identification of patients who would be best served by home health care. The presentation will elaborate on when PAs should refer a patient to home health services and what collaborative care looks like when home care medicine is part of the care team. The intent of advocating for this specialty is to provide another resource to PAs when caring for complex and high risk patients that may fall through the cracks of traditional outpatient and inpatient medicine. Utilization of home care services can provide better access to care.
Individualized Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes: New and Novel Treatments
The pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM 2) which contributes to hyperglycemia and its complications is complex, with eight principal organ defects widely accepted in diabetes management. Now that there are 11 different classes of glycemic medications outside of insulin therapy, it can seem daunting, but it is imperative that clinicians understand each class’ mechanism of action and potential beneficial effects as well as adverse events. In differentiating them, one can build an appropriate glycemic control regimen for patients which aligns with their other health goals and takes into consideration their comorbidities. Using the right medical therapy can enhance patients' adherence and outcomes by being cost-effective, providing additional health benefits, decreasing comorbid health risks and synergistically improving glycemic control.
This lecture is generously supported through an educational grant from Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
Discuss symptoms and treatments for menopausal symptoms in select patient populations.
Mechanical Ventilation in the COVID-19 Era for Beginners
This session is targeted for the non-intensivist provider to feel confident in basic ventilator mechanics and management in the COVID-19 era. We will review basic modes, settings, and briefly touch on the utilization of lung-protective mechanical ventilation in ARDS
Multiple Sclerosis for the Primary Care Provider
This session will provide an overview of the signs and symptoms, diagnostic testing and treatment of M.S. for primary care providers.
This lecture is generously supported by an Independent medical education grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Oral Anticoagulation-Updates in Recommendations for Atrial Fibrillation, Stroke, and VTE
This session will discuss current guidelines and recommendations for oral anticoagulation, their strengths and disadvantages, and use in different demographics for A Fib, Stroke, and VTE based on the current available evidence.
This lecture is generously supported by an Independent medical education grant from the Bristol-Myers Squibb/Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Partnership.
Percutaneous Solutions to Valvular Heart Disease
This session will provide a brief overview of clinical presentation and indications for treatment of both aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation. Attendees will review the indications, basic procedural techniques and complications of percutaneous solutions to aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation.
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