What you'll learn
- Utilize cutting-edge, contemporary guidelines and standards for screening in primary care across multiple disciplines
- Demonstrate competency and knowledge of the principles of screening: what factors must be present for a condition to qualify for population-based screening
- Discuss how and when lifestyle and pharmacologic interventions are most effective in prevention of specific chronic diseases
- Identify clinical and legal aspects of interventions to reduce the potential for prescription opiate abuse and inadvertent overdose
- See course registration page for additonal learning objectives
This is an accredited, livestreamed course offered by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. This course is targeted to clinicians seeking a useful and comprehensive review that ensures they are up-to-date across all major fields in preventive medicine. This includes: internists, family medicine physicians, medical specialists, nurse practitioners,physician assistants, and other providers who care for patients in primary care practice settings.
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