The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine 2018 (Videos+PDFs)

The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine 2018

Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Clinical Update

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  • Format: 33 Video Files (.mp4 format) + PDF files.
  • File Size: 4.16 GB.
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Description:

Discover the Latest Trends in Hospital Medicine

The Brigham Update in Hospital Medicine is a case-based, comprehensive look at new developments, guidelines, and therapeutic strategies in the field. Led by Christopher L. Roy, MD, SFHM, and Glen M. Kim, MD, MPH, this CME program covers a broad set of topics, providing the most relevant information on core concepts to help you better:

  • Outline best practices for managing common problems in hospital medicine
  • Attain the latest knowledge for interpreting common laboratory diagnostics
  • Identify and adeptly overcome barriers to optimal inpatient care
  • Evaluate the latest therapeutic options for pain management, ß-lactam allergies, adrenal insufficiency, delirium, etc.

Expand Your Skills

Available online or via audio MP3 CDs, The Brigham Update in Hospital Medicine provides AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ and access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so you can expand your knowledge and incorporate the latest guidelines into your daily practice.

Accreditation

The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA Credit Designation Statement

The Harvard Medical School designates this enduring material for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: TBD
Termination Date: TBD (Please note that AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ will no longer be issued for the activity after this date)
Estimated Time to Complete: 26.5 hours

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.

Disclosure

Harvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Accreditation Criteria and Policies. It is HMS’s policy that those who have influenced the content of a CME activity (e.g. planners, faculty, authors, reviewers and others) disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial entities so that HMS may identify and resolve any conflicts of interest prior to the activity. These disclosures will be provided in the activity materials along with disclosure of any commercial support received for the activity. Additionally, faculty members have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled or investigational uses of products during their presentations.

Disclosure information for all individuals in control of the content of the activity is located on the disclosure statement.

Learning Objectives

After viewing this program, participants will be better able to:

  • Best practices for common problems in hospital medicine
  • Seminal studies and updates in the evidence
  • Recent guideline recommendations
  • Expert opinions where the data are lacking
  • Pearls for interpreting common laboratory diagnostics

Intended Audience

This activity is designed for Hospitalists, Internists, Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and other clinicians caring for hospitalized patients.

Topics/Speaker:

  • Direct Oral Anticoagulants: What a Hospitalist Needs to Know – Jean M. Connors, MD
  • Current Strategies and Common Questions in the Management of Urinary Tract Infections – Sigal Yawetz, MD
  • Current Approaches in the Management of Venous Thromboembolism – Samuel Z. Goldhaber, MD
  • Antibiotic Update – Jennifer A. Johnson, MD
  • The Hemodialysis Patient: What a Hospitalist Needs to Know – Finnian R. McCausland, MBBCh, MMSc
  • High-Yield Rheumatology for the Hospitalist – Derrick J. Todd, MD, PhD
  • Diagnosis and Management of Bronchitis and Pneumonia in the Hospitalized Patient – Joel Katz, MD
  • Can’t-Miss Radiology Diagnoses – Jennifer W. Uyeda, MD
  • Cirrhosis for the Hospitalist – Anna E. Rutherford, MD, MPH
  • Rapid-Fire Hematology Cases for the Hospitalist- Aric D. Parnes, MD
  • Oncology for the Hospitalist – Brett E. Glotzbecker, MD
  • Acute Stroke: New Definitions, New Treatments, and New Expectations – Galen V. Henderson, MD
  • Best Practices in Pain and Palliative Care – Joshua R. Lakin, MD
  • Skin Infections and Infection Mimickers – Adam D. Lipworth, MD
  • Current Strategies and Controversies in Addiction Medicine – Samata Sharma, MD
  • Evidence-Based Approaches to Inpatient Hyperglycemia – Nadine E. Palermo, DO
  • Allergy Update: Antibiotic Allergies, Anaphylaxis and Other Common Consult Questions – Paige G. Wickner, MD, MPH
  • Evidence-Based Management of COPD/Asthma – Scott L. Schissel, MD, PhD
  • Evidence-Based Case Review in Preoperative Evaluation – Adam C. Schaffer, MD
  • Update in Acute Kidney Injury – Emily S. Robinson, MD, MPH
  • Current and Emerging Concepts in Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Joshua R. Korzenik, MD
  • Update in C. difficile – John J. Ross, MD
  • Rapid-Fire Electrolyte Cases for the Hospitalist: Na, Ca – David A. Krakow, MD
  • Rethinking Common Labs: Pearls for the Hospitalist – David A. Krakow, MD
  • A Case Review: Evidence, Guidelines, and Pearls for Atrial Fibrillation – Yee-Ping Sun, MD
  • GI Bleed: What a Hospitalist Needs to Know – Tyler M. Berzin, MD
  • Recent Advances in Heart Failure – Anju Nohria, MD
  • Best Practices in Delirium Prevention and Treatment – David J. Wolfe, MD, MPH
  • Addressing and Managing Adrenal Disorders – Anand Vaidya, MD, MMSc
  • Improving the Evaluation and Management of Syncope – Kapil Kumar, MD
  • Update in Sepsis – Rebecca M. Baron, MD
  • Practical Approaches to Pancreatobiliary Disease Management – Linda S. Lee, MD
  • Evidence-Based Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes – Marc S. Sabatine, MD, MPH

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