The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine 2017 (CME Videos)

The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine 2017 (CME Videos)

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  • Title: The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine
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  • Format: Video Files (MP4) + 2 PDFs.
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Description:

Explore Key Topics in Hospital Medicine

Date of Original Release: January 1, 2017
Estimated Time to Complete: 26.5 hours

This CME program is a wide-ranging review of the essential topics in Hospital Medicine. The Brigham Update in Hospital Medicine includes a practical review of direct oral anticoagulants and reversal agents, steroids and community-acquired pneumonia, new pharmacotherapies for opioid addiction, new treatment options for heart failure, risk of reintubation, and case-based review of electrolytes and acid-base disorders. It will help you to:

  • Prepare for the ABIM Hospital Medicine exam
  • Identify and effectively overcome barriers to optimal inpatient care
  • Effectively manage the problems encountered in Hospital Medicine
  • Evaluate the latest therapeutic options for non-ST elevated MI, opioid addiction, delirium, etc.

Topics:

  • Current Approaches in the Management of Venous Thromboembolism – Samuel Z. Goldhaber, MD
  • HIV: Red Flags and When to Call ID – Paul E. Sax, MD
  • Antibiotic Update – Paul E. Sax, MD
  • Critical Care: An Evidence-Based Update – Rebecca M. Baron, MD
  • Current and Emerging Concepts in Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Joshua R. Korzenik, MD
  • Improving the Evaluation and Management of Syncope – Kapil Kumar, MD
  • Allergy 101: Drug Allergies and Other Common Consults for Hospitalists – Paige G. Wickner, MD, MPH
  • GI Bleed: What a Hospitalist Needs to Know – Tyler M. Berzin, MD, MS
  • High-Yield Rheumatology for the Hospitalist – Derrick J. Todd, MD, PhD
  • Current Strategies and Controversies in Addiction Medicine – Claudia P. Rodriquez, MD
  • Optimizing Outcomes with ACLS – Charles M. Pozner, MD
  • Evidence-Based Management of COPD/Asthma – Scott L. Schissel, MD, PhD
  • The Hypos and Hypers: A Physiology-Based Approach to K, Mg, and Phos – Kathleen M. Finn, MD and Cynthia M. Cooper, MD
  • Cirrhosis for the Hospitalist – Anna E. Rutherford, MD, MPH
  • Practical Approaches to Pancreatobiliary Disease Management – Linda Lee, MD
  • Geriatrics for Hospitalists – Houman Javedan, MD
  • Pearls for Diagnosis and Management of Pneumonia in Hospitalized Patients – Michael Klompas, MD
  • Skin Infections and Infection-Mimickers – Adam D. Lipworth, MD
  • Current Strategies and Common Questions in the Management of Urinary Tract Infections – Sigal Yawetz, MD
  • Evidence-Based Approaches to Inpatient Hyperglycemia – Nadine E. Palermo, DO
  • Update in Atrial Fibrillation – Amy L. Miller, MD, PhD
  • The Latest in C. difficile – John J. Ross, MD
  • Rapid-Fire Electrolyte Cases for the Hospitalist: Na, Ca – David A. Krakow, MD
  • Rapid-Fire Acid/Base Cases for the Hospitalist – David A. Krakow, MD
  • Update in Acute Kidney Injury – Emily S. Robinson, MD, MPH
  • Current and Emerging Concepts for Preoperative Evaluation – Adam C. Schaffer, MD
  • Recent Advances in the Management of Neurologic Emergencies – Galen V. Henderson, MD
  • Best Practices in Pain and Palliative Care – Kathleen A. Lee, MD
  • Addressing and Managing Adrenal Disorders – Anand Vaidya, MD, MMSc
  • Best Practices in Delirium Prevention and Treatment – David J. Wolfe, MD, MPH
  • The Hemodialysis Patient: What a Hospitalist Needs to Know – Finnian McCausland, MBBCh, MMSc
  • Direct Oral Anticoagulants 101 – Jean M. Connors, MD
  • Recent Advances in Heart Failure – Lynne Warner Stevenson, MD
  • Evidence-Based Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes – Marc S. Sabatine, MD, MPH

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 a maximum of 26.5 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: January 1, 2017
Estimated Time to Complete: 26.5 hours