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These activities offer CME/CE credit for physicians, PAs, nurse practitioners, nurses and pharmacists.

Treatment Decisions for Patients with HCV and CKD

 

 

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Format: CMEO BriefCase

Credit Types: ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, AAPA, ADA CERP, ABIM MOC, ABP MOC 

Credit Hours: 0.5 hour 

Credit Expiration: Friday, May 5, 2023

Description: This CMEO BriefCase will introduce a complex HCV case involving a patient with HCV and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Join Drs. Nancy Reau and Anthony Martinez as they dive deeper into treatment and management considerations for such patients, focusing on screening, diagnosis, and risk factors as well as the epidemiology and shared pathobiology of HCV and CKD.

Link: https://cmeo.me/bc065AHF

 

Mitigating Progression of Liver Fibrosis in HIV/HCV Coinfection

 

 

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Format: CMEO BriefCase

Credit Types: ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, AAPA, ADA CERP, ABIM MOC, ABP MOC 

Credit Hours: 0.5 hour 

Credit Expiration: Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Description: This CMEO BriefCase will introduce a complex case involving treatment and management considerations for a patient with HIV and HCV. Join Drs. Nancy Reau and Christian Ramers as they explore the epidemiology and shared pathobiology of liver fibrosis in HIV/HCV, real-world data for available therapies, contraindicated agent combinations, and when and how to treat.

Link: https://cmeo.me/bc066AHF

 

Treatment Selection in a Patient with Decompensated Cirrhosis

 

 

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Format: CMEO BriefCase

Credit Types: ACCME, ANCC, ACPE, AAPA, ADA CERP, ABIM MOC, ABP MOC 

Credit Hours: 0.5 hour 

Credit Expiration: Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Description: This CMEO BriefCase will introduce a case involving the incorporation of routine surveillance for HCC in a patient with HCV. Join our faculty experts as they delve into the epidemiology and shared pathobiology of HCV and decompensated cirrhosis, identify compensated versus decompensated cirrhosis, and discuss surveillance strategies for HCC.

Link: https://cmeo.me/bc067AHF

 

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