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A Wild-Type of Approach in the First-line Treatment of HRD-Positive Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Data from recent clinical trials for first-line combination options using immunotherapies for ovarian cancer (OC) can be challenging for clinicians with no experience selecting patients for combinatorial treatment approaches or using combination therapies for their patients.  During this podcast, Drs. Richard Penson and Ramez Eskander will educate clinicians on the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors for the treatment of OC and the use of biomarker analyses to optimize patient selection.

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Deciphering Patient Selection Related to Current and Emerging Amyloid-Targeting Therapies (ATTs)

In this second installment of a two-part Journal Club series, An Expanded View of Alzheimer’s Disease Neuropathology: Translation to the Early Identification of Disease, expert faculty will evaluate the latest data from ATT clinical trials and discuss strategies for identifying appropriate patients based on both pathological and clinical characteristics to ensure timely and optimal management of patients with early symptomatic AD.

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Untangling the Data: pTau and Neurofibrillary Tangles as Part of Early Alzheimer’s Detection

In this first installment of a two-part Journal Club series, An Expanded View of Alzheimer’s Disease Neuropathology: Translation to the Early Identification of Disease, expert faculty will present the latest information on the neuropathological changes associated with AD, their relevance to the cognitive and functional decline of early AD, as well as the role of phosphorylated tau biomarkers as early indicators of both amyloid and tau accumulation.

 

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Up for Debate: Effective First-line Maintenance Strategies for Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Recent data has led to a debate of the most effective maintenance strategy for advanced OC. Emerging data utilizing novel approaches to maintenance both further complicates the debate and sheds new light on novel effective strategies for maintenance therapy for advanced OC, leaving clinicians struggling to adopt appropriate strategies.  In order to ensure that clinical decisions align with the latest emerging data regarding maintenance therapy in OC, Drs. Richard Penson and Kathleen Moore will educate clinicians on the role of biomarkers in OC, incorporation of genetic testing, and interpretation of results as part of clinical practice.

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Clean-Up on IL-23: Integrating the Science of Inflammatory Targets into Treatment Decision-making in IBD

This CME Outfitters Webcast, entitled Clean-Up on IL-23: Integrating the Science of Inflammatory Targets into Treatment Decision-making in IBD, will feature an expert panel discussion on the science behind cytokine-targeting therapies and will utilize animated 3-D models to discuss therapeutic mechanisms of action (MOAs) of emerging agents, clinical distinctions between therapies, and individualizing treatments for lasting outcomes for patients with IBD.

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Out of the Shadows: Starting the Conversation About Bowel Urgency in Patients with Crohn’s Disease

In this CMEO Outfitters recorded symposium, expert faculty discuss recognizing the frequency of bowel urgency in patients with CD and the impact on patient QoL, incorporating assessments for bowel urgency through symptom evaluation, and engaging patients in open communication about their bowel urgency as part of shared decision-making in order to improve clinical outcomes, and the faculty also review real-world patient cases.

 

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ARIA Alert: Timely Recognition in the Emergency Department

The first episode of this CMEO BriefCase series focuses on a patient case that requires differentiating ARIA from other conditions with a similar presentation in the emergency care setting, highlighting ARIA-related symptoms, listing other clinical manifestations of ARIA as described in clinical trials, and reviewing contraindicated medications for patients receiving an ATT.

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Anticoagulation in NVAF and VTE: Risk Prediction Scores With Renal Criteria

When implementing anticoagulants to prevent thrombotic events (eg, stroke, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis) in non-valvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) and/or venous thromboembolism (VTE), it is critical to balance efficacy with bleeding risk. For patients who require anticoagulation and also have renal impairment, careful risk assessment is important. Not all bleeding risk calculators include renal considerations. This tool provides those that do, with links to both online and mobile app versions.

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KDIGO: Anticoagulation Considerations in Chronic Kidney Disease

Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs) have come of age and are proving to be an efficacious and convenient means to provide anticoagulation for many patients with NVAF and/or VTE. However, striking the right balance between anticoagulation and bleeding risk is paramount, especially for patients with chronic kidney disease. This resource, adapted from the KDIGO (Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes) guidelines, provides a quick reference to warfarin and DOAC dosing, including adjustments for creatinine clearance (CrCl) in patients with various levels of renal insufficiency.

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How to Treat ARIA in Emergency Settings: Timely Communication with Multi-Disciplinary Colleagues

The third and final episode of this CMEO BriefCase series focuses on a case involving a patient on an ATT presenting to the emergency department (ED), highlighting ED protocols to streamline care for patients with severe ARIA, recommendations for treatment and supportive care measures, global resources for guidance as the ATT landscape expands, management of ARIA according to best guidance, and communication with ATT-treating clinicians and radiologists.

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What to Do: My Patient in the ED May Have ARIA

The second episode of this CMEO BriefCase series focuses on a patient case that demonstrates real-world challenges such as obtainment of an accurate medical history, imaging needs and interpretations, and what to do if magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is not accessible.

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Equitable Prenatal Care: Preparing for Future Maternal RSV Vaccinations

In this CMEO Webcast, expert faculty will discuss strategies to evaluate the latest data for RSV maternal vaccination, assess the impact of RSV disease on infants, pregnant individuals, and the health care system at large, particularly among underserved populations, and integrate actionable strategies to address real-world implementation-related challenges of maternal RSV vaccination, with a focus on guidelines and tools to overcome barriers to access.

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Actionable Opportunities for Molecularly Classified Endometrial Cancers

Multiple clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of endometrial cancer (EC) recommend consideration of molecular testing, particularly for high-grade tumors. Yet despite its prognostic value, molecular classification is not always a part of standard risk assessment in EC. Clinical uptake has been highly variable, particularly in limited-resource areas, even though recent data shows molecular classification has value in therapeutic decision-making and is prognostic for treatment response in EC. Lack of clinical uptake has resulted in overtreatment of some EC patients and undertreatment of others.

During this informational podcast, leading national endometrial cancer experts, Drs. Richard Penson and Matthew Powell, will discuss molecular classification of EC and the clinical data supporting it’s value in EC care.

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CMV Prophylaxis in Kidney Transplant: Examining New Solutions to an Old Problem

In this CME Outfitters Live Webcast, expert faculty will guide learners through the implications of CMV infection as well as strategies to individualize and optimize CMV prevention in kidney transplant recipients. Faculty will also help learners to implement an interprofessional team approach, including institutional policies or protocols, to support optimal use of CMV prophylaxis therapies.

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Overcoming Obstacles: Expert Perspectives on the Diagnosis and Management of Familial Chylomicronemia Syndrome

In this enduring CME Outfitters Webcast, expert faculty will guide learners through the diagnostic process for FCS, discuss approaches to adhering to stringent dietary guidance, and introduce strategies to effectively implement multidisciplinary management for this condition. They will also detail new and emerging treatment options to help keep all members of the health care team up to date with the latest scientific advances in this field.

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Targeting Domains of Schizophrenia with Individualized Therapy

In the third installment of this three-part Journal Club series, Targeting Domains of Schizophrenia with Individualized Therapy, expert faculty will present the latest information on targeted treatments for schizophrenia phenotypes to help HCPs make the best choices in individualized therapies for their patients.

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TAAR1: More Than Just Another Receptor in Schizophrenia

In the second installment of this three-part Journal Club series, TAAR1: More Than Just Another Receptor in Schizophrenia, expert faculty will present the latest information on how the research into the role that TAAR1 plays in schizophrenia is leading to emerging treatments targeting specific symptoms of schizophrenia, and how HCPs can utilize these novel therapies to optimize treatment plans.

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Best Practices in the Pharmacologic Reversal of Neuromuscular Blockade

In the final episode of this CMEOCast podcast series, expert faculty will discuss the use of deep neuromuscular blockade to facilitate optimal surgical conditions and provide learners with strategies to effectively utilize best practices in the pharmacologic reversal of neuromuscular blockade ideally guided by quantitative monitoring techniques.

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Choosing and Optimizing Therapy in Narcolepsy

The final episode of this CMEO BriefCase series on narcolepsy focuses on weighing different treatment plans and optimization, considering CV comorbidities, and individualizing care based on the patient’s lifestyle, QoL, and SDoH. This activity features a panel of experts in the field as well as capturing the patient perspective from the founder of Project Sleep, Julie Flygare.

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Best Practices in Neuromuscular Monitoring: A Focus On 2023 ASA Guidelines

In the second episode of the CMEOCast podcast series, J.Ross Renew, MD and Dru Riddle, DNP, CRNA will guide learners through strategies to best incorporate recommendations from the 2023 ASA guidelines into clinical practice.

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People Living with HIV (PLWH) and Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD): Addressing Barriers to Viral Suppression

This CMEO BriefCase entitled, People Living with HIV (PLWH) and Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD): Addressing Barriers to Viral Suppression, will discuss a specific case of an individual who must simultaneously face the challenges of living with HIV as well as having a SUD. Expert faculty will address mental health screening and different ART treatment options for HIV given the difficulties and unique barriers faced by patients with a comorbid condition of SUD.

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Recognition of Narcolepsy in Your Patients

The first episode of this CMEO BriefCase series on narcolepsy focuses on screening for narcolepsy based on patient presentation, description of function, and changes in QoL to facilitate initiation of a treatment plan to optimize patient outcomes.

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Improving Patient Outcomes with Quantitative TOF Monitoring

In the first episode of this CMEOCast podcast series, Dr. Faulk and Dr. Renew will help learners to translate data into clinical practice regarding the differences between clinical assessment, qualitative assessment, and quantitative TOF monitoring and their efficacy in detecting residual neuromuscular blockade.

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Why the Spread of Dengue Matters: Current Unmet Needs for Dengue Prevention

In the second activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will guide learners through an overview on the impact of climate change on the changing geographic prevalence of dengue disease as well as the importance, current limitations with, and unmet needs related to the single available vaccination against this viral illness.

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Enhancing the Value of Choice for Clinical Management of Uterine Fibroids Through Shared Decision-Making

In the final activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will help learners to identify opportunities to integrate effective and inclusive SDM into their clinical practice and implement patient-centered treatment plans for patients with uterine fibroids.

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Dengue Disease Update: What Do U.S. Clinicians Need to Know

In the first activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will provide learners with the opportunity to grow their knowledge and understanding of the clinical manifestations, transmission, and exposure risks of dengue disease.

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Team Approach to Addressing Comorbidities in Aging Populations of PLWH

This CMEO BriefCase entitled, Team Approach to Addressing Comorbidities in Aging Populations of People Living With HIV (PLWH), will discuss a specific case of an individual facing the challenges of living with HIV and having other comorbid or chronic conditions as a matter of aging. Expert faculty will discuss a team-based approach to caring for PAWH, including how to balance the various treatments and polypharmacy for HIV and other common conditions associated with aging.

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Investigating Efficacy and Safety of Novel and Emerging Dengue Vaccination Options

In the final activity of this CME Outfitters Snack, expert faculty will provide an overview of the latest efficacy and safety data for both current and emerging vaccinations against dengue disease as well as assist learners in the translation of this data into clinical practice.

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Facilitating Definitive Diagnosis: Identification and Measurement of AD Pathophysiology

In this CME Outfitters Snack, expert faculty will discuss biomarker research findings presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), review the identification and measurement of AD pathophysiology, examine a framework for evidencing biomarker profiles of AD, provide updates on prognostic performance and interpretation of biomarkers, and conduct a case-based discussion of clinical impacts and applications.

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Tailoring Therapy to Fit the Whole Patient with OSA-Associated EDS

Join us for this third of three BriefCase activities in which our expert faculty interweaves foundational knowledge with exercises for HCPs to practice new learnings with a case that emulates a patient with OSA and EDS seen in clinical practice.

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Guiding the Clinical Management of Uterine Fibroids

In the third activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will provide an overview of the various treatment options for uterine fibroids and help learners to integrate clinical management guidelines for this condition into clinical practice.

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Leveling the Playing Field: Overcoming Barriers to Equitable Care in ILD

In this recorded webcast, case-based CME Outfitters activity, a panel of experts in ILD explores strategies for implementing equitable, multidisciplinary care for all patients with ILD. The critical roles of assessing social determinants of health, engaging in shared decision-making with patients, and evaluating potential implicit bias are among the topics covered in this important initiative.

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Empathizing Through Understanding: Impact of Uterine Fibroids

In the first activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will highlight the economic and individual impacts of uterine fibroids as well as guide learners through the diagnostic process and management of this condition with a goal of reducing disparities.

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Exploring New and Emerging ATTs to Inform Patient Selection and Increase Optimal Care in a Timely Manner

In this CME Outfitters Snack, expert faculty will review data presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) and will focus on established, new, and emerging ATTs as well as a case-based discussion on clinical impacts and applications to provide point-of-care tactics that will have a positive impact on patient outcomes.

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The HPO Axis and the Estrogen Threshold Hypothesis in Uterine Fibroids: Paving the Way for Novel Treatments

In the second activity of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will help learners to assess the role of GnRH antagonists in long-term treatment of uterine fibroids based on the latest data in alignment with the estrogen threshold hypothesis.

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ART for PLWH Who Are Pregnant or of Childbearing Potential

This CMEO BriefCase entitled, Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) for People Living With HIV (PLWH) Who Are Pregnant or of Childbearing Potential, will discuss a specific case of using ART to treat HIV in a patient who plans to and becomes pregnant while being treated for HIV. Expert faculty will discuss new guidelines for the treatment of HIV before, during, and following pregnancy and the prevention of the transmission of HIV throughout these stages.

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Differential Diagnosis for Narcolepsy

The second episode of this CMEO BriefCase series on narcolepsy focuses on distinguishing narcolepsy from other disorders, with expert faculty demonstrating how to choose, implement, and interpret screening and diagnostic tools.

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Treatment Factors: What Should Be Driving My Treatment Decisions?

Join us for this second of three BriefCase activities in which our expert faculty interweaves foundational knowledge with exercises for HCPs to practice new learnings with a case that emulates a patient with OSA and EDS seen in clinical practice.

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HIV and Pregnancy: What is the Guidance?

In this CME Outfitters Snack, expert faculty will discuss ways to adapt guideline recommendations into practice for PLWH who seek to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are postpartum, including patient cases to illustrate best practices for caring for these unique patients and their particular needs.

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Managing Cardiovascular Risk in Patients with Narcolepsy

In this CMEO Snack, entitled Managing Cardiovascular Risk in Patients with Narcolepsy, expert faculty will discuss strategies for initiating and switching treatment plans for patients with narcolepsy that consider comorbidities, dosing, and titration strategies.

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More Than Just Sleepiness: Impact of EDS in Patients with OSA

Join us for this first of three BriefCase activities in which our expert faculty interweaves foundational knowledge with exercises for HCPs to practice new learnings with a case that emulates a patient with OSA and EDS seen in clinical practice.

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Switching ART Due to Treatment Resistance

This CMEO BriefCase entitled, Switching Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Due to Treatment Resistance, will discuss the specific case of an individual who experiences resistance to ART treatment. Expert faculty will discuss recognizing when treatment resistance occurs, why it may occur, and ways to switch treatments and monitor outcomes for patients experiencing treatment resistance.

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Disrupted Sleep: Quality of Life in Patients with Narcolepsy

In this CME Snack, expert faculty will discuss how to better identify the impact of symptoms on QoL and work, school, and/or psychosocial functioning for pediatric and adult patients with narcolepsy.

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Choosing Treatment: Matching Needs to Therapy

In this CMEO BriefCase entitled, Choosing Treatment: Matching Needs to Therapy, expert faculty will engage in a case-based discussion on how to best utilize the latest efficacy and safety data to integrate novel therapies into clinical practice to mitigate the impact of IH.

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Recognizing IH: The Patient Diagnostic Journey

In this CMEO BriefCase, entitled Recognizing IH: The Patient Diagnostic Journey, expert faculty will walk through a case-driven discussion on the significant impact of symptoms on QoL and work/psychosocial functioning for patients with IH, and how this leads to delays in screening and diagnosis.

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Too Much Sleep: Quality of Life in Patients with Idiopathic Hypersomnia

This CMEO Snack will aid clinicians in overcoming these inadequacies by equipping them with a clear picture of what IH is and the poor QoL outcomes it is associated with.  Please join expert faculty in a discussion on how to better recognize the significant impact of IH symptoms on QoL.

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Ground Broken: Novel Therapies to Manage Idiopathic Hypersomnia

In this CMEO Snack entitled, Ground Broken: Novel Therapies to Manage Idiopathic Hypersomnia, expert faculty will discuss current and novel therapies in IH, efficacy and safety data from recent clinical trials, and relevant findings from the SLEEP 2023 conference.

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Diagnostic Tools: A Process of Exclusion

In this CMEO BriefCase activity, join expert faculty Dr. Thorpy and Dr. Morse for a discussion on best practices to integrate appropriate assessments and tools to facilitate early diagnosis of IH.

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Evaluation, Treatment, and Non-Stigmatizing Care for Adolescents with Obesity: Critical Components of Future Health

This educational webcast titled, Evaluation, Treatment, and Non-Stigmatizing Care for Adolescents with Obesity, will feature expert faculty leading a conversation on how to achieve an equitable, universal approach to treating patients with obesity in the pediatric setting.  The discussion will provide learners with a plan to evaluate patients, consider their social determinants of health, initiate appropriate therapies, and monitor treatment. Strategies to implement shared decision-making and other empathetic communications will encourage long-term patient engagement.

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Tricky Business: Rethinking Our Approach to Tackling Schizophrenia

In this recorded CME Outfitters webcast entitled, Tricky Business: Rethinking Our Approach to Tackling Schizophrenia, a panel of expert faculty will utilize animated 3-D models to discuss pathophysiology, negative symptomology, and CIAS in schizophrenia, identify the impact of unmet patient medical needs and examine current emerging therapies in the treatment of schizophrenia.

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PrEP Inequities

In this CME Outfitters Snack, a diverse panel of expert faculty will discuss PrEP options, PrEP guidelines, implicit bias in underserved communities, tools for measuring bias, clinical approaches to PrEP conversations, and strategies for individualizing PrEP care to facilitate equitable access in clinical practice and public health.

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Eosinophils, Cytokines, and Clinical Manifestations of EGPA

During this CMEO Snack, Drs. Wechsler and Akuthota will use 3-D models to discuss the pathophysiology and clinical course of EGPA, including eosinophilic manifestations of the disease and the effect of anti-IL-5 therapy on eosinophil activity in EGPA.

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A NICU Clinician’s Guide to Rapid Whole Genome Sequencing Test Results: Communication and Clinical Decision-Making

This 60-minute program will explore real-world applications of the data to practice, with a diverse panel offering unique perspectives on the genetic testing landscape in NICU settings.

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Time is of the Essence: Avoiding Delays in Identification and Management of irAEs

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert faculty will guide learners through a patient case involving an initial presentation of an irAE within the ambulatory care setting. This program will provide guidance to pharmacists working within a multidisciplinary care team on strategies for the triage and initial guideline-directed management of patients with a suspected irAE.

 

 

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EGPA Management: Integrating Targeted Therapies to Optimize Outcomes

During this 30-minute CMEO Snack, Drs. Wechsler and Seo will discuss how to integrate EGPA treatments, including IL-5 targeted therapies, based on current treatment guidelines and patient-specific factors.

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Global Perspectives on Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Epilepsy Disorders: Focus on Dravet, Lennox-Gastaut, and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex

Please join expert faculty in this recorded CMEO webcast as they discuss topics including early diagnosis, patient/caregiver QoL, team-based care, the role of pharmaceutical cannabinoid (CBD) in treatment, and regulatory guidelines. Through this discussion learners will become acquainted with improved tactics to diagnose and treat early-life seizures.

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PIDD in Pediatric Care: When It’s More Than “Just an Infection”

In this CME Outfitters recorded symposium, expert faculty discuss pediatric patient cases that illustrate the timely assessment of telltale signs and symptoms indicative of an underlying immunologic deficiency.

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Tailoring irAE Care to Specific Patients

In this CMEO BriefCase, expert faculty will present information on how healthcare disparities impact irAE recognition and management and pharmacist considerations for social determinants of health relative to irAE diagnosis and treatment planning. Discussion will include strategies for addressing healthcare inequities in order to improve timely recognition and treatment for all patients experiencing irAEs.  

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Decoding Clinical Trial Data and Real-World Evidence in mBC, with a Focus on Individualized Care

In this 45-minute interactive CME Outfitters Snack, a diverse panel of expert faculty will discuss the evolving treatment landscape of metastatic breast cancer and how to integrate the latest clinical evidence, real world evidence, and treatment guideline recommendations to foster patient health literacy, shared-decision making, and individualized outcomes.

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A Guide for Community Oncologists: Interpretation of Genetic and Biomarker Testing Results

In the third installment of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will discuss the role of predictive biomarkers in guiding clinical decision-making, practical guidance for testing requirements and recommendations, and shared decision-making. Faculty will also present illustrative examples of utilizing testing to guide therapy.

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Genetic Counseling: Accessibility and Availability

In the second installment of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will discuss strategies for providing high-quality genetic counseling and services for underserved patients with cancer, including leveraging health technology (e.g. telehealth), utilizing a collaborative/interprofessional approach to genetic counseling, and implementing a workable process for patient identification and triage.

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Genetic Testing and Biomarkers in Cancer: A Community Oncology Approach

In the first installment of this CME Outfitters Snack series, expert faculty will guide learners through an overview of challenges and recent developments in immunotherapy, as well as guideline recommendations on their implementation in practice. Faculty will also detail strategies designed to increase implementation of best practices in genetic and biomarker testing for cancer immunotherapy.

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Managing Your Patients with Psoriasis and IBD: A Conversation with the Experts

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert Dr. Anita Afzali will utilize case-based learning to illustrate the common features and pathophysiologic mechanisms underlying these two inflammatory disorders. Faculty will translate clinical data to help clinicians to select optimal treatments aimed at improving outcomes for patients impacted by PsO and IBD.

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Missed Opportunities in irAE Management: Tips for Non-Oncology Pharmacists

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert faculty will guide learners through a case involving a patient who presents with escalating symptoms of an irAE over multiple visits.

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IrAEs in Emergency Medicine: Have You Missed It?

In this CMEO BriefCase, Drs. Pruitt and Wattana will guide learners through a patient case scenario reviewing the recognition of ICI exposure through focused medication history, signs and symptoms of irAEs, and principles of early, appropriate management and the importance of consultation with an oncology care team. This program will focus on the role of the ED pharmacist in making timely interventions for patients with irAEs seen in the emergency department including strategies for engaging with ED team members and for setting the patient up for a successful transition in care.

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Diagnosing EGPA: Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of the Disease

During this 30-minute CMEO Snack, Drs. Wechsler and Dua will identify best practices and current guidelines for the clinical evaluation and differential diagnosis of EGPA. Using a case presentation to frame the discussion, faculty will explain the differential diagnosis of EGPA as well as how to integrate diagnostic methods and interpret results.

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Educating Frontline Clinicians to Reduce Missed Opportunities for HBV Screening

In this recorded CME Outfitters webcast, expert faculty focus on universal HBV screening with triple panel testing to accurately identify patients with active HBV infection. The faculty also present strategies and best practices for linking patients with HBV to appropriate medical care based on interpretation of serological test results while factoring in SDoH.

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Health Inequities in Mental Health Care

In this CME Outfitters podcast episode, expert faculty will discuss cultural and systemic challenges faced by ethnic/racially diverse patients, and empower health care professionals with education, tools, and resources to address these challenges and provide more equitable mental health care for all.

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Manifestations of Gaucher Disease: Rare or Under-recognized?

During this 60-minute recorded symposium, expert panelists will discuss GD, including its less commonly reported manifestations, diagnostic pathways, and patient-centric multidisciplinary management of the disorder.

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Gastroenterology Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, Drs. Peek and Quezada will guide learners through a patient case scenario reflective of the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that exist in racial and ethnic underserved patients with IBD.

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Vaccines: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

This CMEO BriefCase will discuss the health care challenges of a racially diverse young mother and her 2-year-old child, and how to encourage vaccinations as preventative measures for both.

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Mental Health Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

This CMEO BriefCase will discuss the mental health care challenges of a 28-year-old Black male, with a history of schizophrenia and previous failed attempts at treatment.

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A New Dawn in the Management of Idiopathic Hypersomnia: An Adaptive Learning Approach to Diagnosis and Implementing Clinical Trial Updates

Please join Dr. Foldvary-Schaefer in this adaptive learning activity for a personalized journey through the latest clinical evidence for IH, strategies to transition patients to new therapies, and evidence-based tools to assess symptom severity and treatment effectiveness.

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Health Inequities in Obesity Care

In this installment of the popular CMEO podcast series on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), Drs. Peek, Stanford, and Noble discuss the influence of implicit bias, health disparities, and health inequities on the quality of care for patients with obesity.

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Accounting for the Impact of EGPA on Patient Quality of Life

Dr. Jennifer Gordon was diagnosed with EGPA in 2014 and is the Vasculitis Patient Powered Research Network (VPPRN) Co-Principal Investigator and co-Lead Patient-Partner in the EGPA Registry. During this 30-minute CMEO Snack, Dr. Gordon will join Dr. Michael Wechsler, a national expert in EGPA. They will discuss how EGPA impacts patient quality of life and how clinicians can better detect and manage hidden symptoms of disease. Patient perspectives on delayed diagnosis, disease impact on their daily functioning, treatment options, and chronic steroid use will be included in the discussion.

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Cardiology: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

Expert faculty follows the journey of a 48-year-old Black female with AF to illuminate disparities in the quality of care she is offered. Frank questions and candid discussions about the impact of implicit bias, social determinants of health, shared decision making, and health literacy provide actionable and individualized strategies to improve outcomes for all patients with AF.

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Applying Patient-Centered Pain Care to Practice: A Case of Unexplained Pain Onset

Join expert faculty in this OnDemand initiative as they discuss effective tools and strategies to improve the accurate and early detection of narcolepsy, as well as the latest evidence on optimal treatment strategies to achieve sustained benefits by improving clinical outcomes and facilitating adherence.

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​​Applying Patient-Centered Pain Care to Practice: A Case of Unrelenting Post-Traumatic Pain

In this third installment of a REMS BriefCase series on pain management, expert faculty will discuss why patient education is vital to creating safe and effective, multimodal treatment plans.

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Applying Patient-Centered Pain Care to Practice: A Case of Long-Term Opioid Use in Primary Care

In this second installment of a REMS BriefCase series on pain management, faculty will discuss the CDC Guideline updates and how to successfully implement them

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​​Applying Patient-Centered Pain Care to Practice: A Case of Chronic Pain and Opioid Use Disorder​

In this fourth and final installment of a REMS BriefCase series on pain management faculty will discuss the importance of recognizing the signs of OUD and how to intervene if red flags do appear.

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Obesity Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, we will follow Maria, a 52-year-old Latina woman who has been diagnosed with obesity and type 2 diabetes, as she navigates the healthcare system seeking respectful and holistic medical care.

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Today and Tomorrow: Managing Resistance in Heavily ART-Experienced People with HIV

In this CMEOCast podcast, expert faculty will present the latest information on the causes of ART resistance and medication non-adherence in patients with HIV and discuss the latest medication therapies that may prevent or counter treatment resistance and non-adherence, especially in patients who are treatment-experienced.

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Alzheimer’s Patient Education

Find useful learning aids to share with patients and their families.

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Alzheimer’s Videos & Interactive 3D Models

In this video, Dr. Sharon Cohen discusses the formation of amyloid-ß aggregates and intracellular neurofibrillary tau tangles that are characteristic of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Health Inequities in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Care

In this podcast installment of a multi-prong diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) series, Monica E. Peek, MD, MPH, MSc; Sophie Balzora, MD, FACG; and Nana Bernasko, CRNP, DNP, WHNP-BC, will discuss strategies vital to combating inequities in IBD.

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The Patient Journey: Eliminating Disparities at Every Step

In this CME Outfitters webcast, expert faculty will discuss unconscious bias, racial and ethnic disparities, and health inequities and lay the foundation to implement real-world strategies and actionable steps for health care professionals (HCPs) and non-HCPs, including office, administrative, and support staff.

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Health Inequities in Prostate Cancer

In this CME Outfitters podcast, expert faculty will review recent data and discuss the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for racial and ethnic underserved patients with prostate cancer. This program will set the stage for intervention, empowering attendees to recognize and consider factors to improve prostate cancer treatment.

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Health Inequities in Vision Care

In this podcast installment of a multi-prong diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) series, Drs. Peek, Ramsey, and Shoge will discuss strategies vital to combating inequities in vision care.

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Joint Health Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert faculty guide learners through a patient case scenario reflective of the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of joint health care for racial and ethnic underserved patients.

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The Mycophenolate Pregnancy Registry

In part three of this REMS CME Outfitters Snack series, Lisa Coscia, RN joins host/moderator Dr. Steven Gabardi to provide guidance on appropriate monitoring strategies for pregnancy as well as the importance of reporting any pregnancies that do occur to the Mycophenolate Pregnancy Registry.

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Mycophenolate: Clinical Uses, Serious Risks

In part one of this CME Outfitters Snack series, Dr. Miae Kim joins host/moderator Dr. Steven Gabardi to discuss how mycophenolate works in the body, the potential for first trimester pregnancy loss, and the types of congenital malformations that can occur if the mycophenolate REMS is not followed.

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Communication is Key: Ensuring Pregnancy Prevention/Safe Planning in Patients of Reproductive Potential

In part two of this REMS CME Outfitters Snack series, host/moderator Dr. Steven Gabardi is joined by Dr. Michael Wu to share strategies for counseling patients of reproductive potential about the risks of pregnancy while taking mycophenolate.

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Focusing on Function with Patient-Centered Pain Care: Revised Guidelines for Opioid Prescribing

In this recorded Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) webcast, faculty will review anticipated updates to the Guidelines and discuss how best to incorporate these updates into practice.

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Real-world Tactics to Address Health Inequities in Prostate Cancer Care

Join a faculty expert as they guide learners through a patient case scenario reflecting the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of care for patients with prostate cancer. This program will provide actionable strategies, empowering attendees to recognize factors and implement changes in practice to improve prostate cancer treatment.

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Health Inequities in Vaccination Optimization

In this CMEO podcast, expert faculty will present the challenges to equitable vaccination rates for all patients, for a variety of vaccinations, and discuss how best to learn from previous attempts to ensure current and future vaccination can occur for all patients.

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The Latest Update on Metachromatic Leukodystrophy: Screening, Diagnosis, and Emerging Treatments to Improve Quality of Life of Patients

During this 90-minute enduring material, expert panelists will discuss biomarkers that identify patients at the pre-symptomatic phase of the disease and share knowledge about caring for patients with MLD.

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Real-world Tactics to Address Health Inequities in Multiple Myeloma Care

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, faculty experts will guide learners through a patient case scenario reflecting the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for racial and ethnic underserved patients with multiple myeloma.

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Health Inequities in Joint Health Care

In this podcast installment of a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) series, expert faculty discuss strategies vital to combating biases and inequities in joint health care.

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Vision Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

The impact of disparities in vision care is widespread—from lower test scores in school children to macular degeneration in the aging population. Gaps in early diagnosis, treatment options and access, preservation of eyesight, and more, remain for racial and ethnic underserved populations. A culmination of biases, disparities, and inequities continues a cycle of inadequate optometric and ophthalmological care, thus resulting in delayed diagnosis and suboptimal clinical management and prognosis.

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Health Inequities in Lung Cancer

Join Drs. Ana I. Velázquez Mañana and Gilberto de Lima Lopes, Jr. as they review recent data and discuss the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for underserved racial and ethnic underserved patients with lung cancer.

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Health Inequities in Multiple Myeloma

In this CME Outfitters podcast, expert faculty will review recent data and discuss the sweeping impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for racial and ethnic underserved patients with multiple myeloma.

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Maternal Health Care: Real-World Tactics to Address Health Inequities

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, we will follow Macy, a 30-year-old Black woman, through the highs and lows of her pregnancy and postpartum journey.

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Real-world Tactics to Address Health Inequities in Lung Cancer Care

In this CMEO BriefCase, a faculty expert will guide learners through a patient case scenario reflecting the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for racial and ethnic underserved patients with lung cancer.

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Real-world Tactics to Address Health Inequities in Melanoma Care

Join a faculty expert as they guide learners through a patient case scenario reflective of the impact of biases, disparities, and health inequities that reduce the quality of oncology care for racial and ethnic underserved patients with melanoma.

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Racial and Ethnic Disparities and Health Inequities in Oncology Care

In this CME Outfitters webcast, expert faculty discuss the impact of unconscious and systemic biases, SDoH, and regional, racial, and ethnic disparities and provide tools and resources to improve oncology care for all patients.

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Addressing Maternal Health Disparities: Changes You Can Make to Your Practice

In this CMEO BriefCase, faculty will use case-based learning to connect healthcare disparities, stereotyping, implicit bias, and racism to poor outcomes in maternal health in minority populations.

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Racial Disparities in Melanoma Care: Steps to Improve Care

This live CMEO Briefcase will focus on three patients from racial and ethnic minority populations with melanoma and outline best practices for screening to reduce disparities and improve melanoma.

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Achieving Equity in the Management of Chronic Pain: Treating the Whole Patient

This CME Outfitters BriefCase activity will present three case studies focusing on African American and minority patients and the struggles they face in seeking care for acute or chronic pain, with the goals of illustrating pain care disparities and guiding clinicians to recognize biases and social determinants of health in patients suffering from pain.

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Equity and Health Care Disparities: The Role of Leaders in Addressing the Crisis

This CMEOCast podcast will focus on the role of health systems in addressing structural racism and clinician/staff biases and how health systems administrators can integrate best practices to support patients and reduce disparities in care.

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Inequitable Access and Outcomes: Health Care Disparities in Surgical Weight-Loss Procedures

This CMEOCast podcast will focus on the negative impact of inequitable access on surgical weight-loss procedures, including the key contributing factors for disparities in weight-loss surgery and strategies for mitigating these disparities.

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Addressing Racial Disparities in Orthopedic Care

This CMEO BriefCase episode will focus on factors for disparities in joint arthroplasty procedures and strategies clinicians can implement to improve racial equity in orthopedic arthroplasty and surgical care.

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Racial Disparities in Cardiac Arrythmia Care: A Call to Action

In this CME Outfitters BriefCase, expert faculty will present two to three patient cases that will showcase how clinicians can integrate best practices to mitigate disparities in the management of cardiac rhythm disorders across race, ethnicity, and gender.

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Call to Action: Healing Racial Disparities in Dermatological Health

In this CMEOCast podcast episode, expert faculty will discuss how clinicians can improve awareness of racial disparities in melanoma outcomes; recognize, address, and monitor their own biases when managing dermatological conditions in SoC; and integrate best practices that account for structural racism and barriers in the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of melanoma and other dermatological conditions in people of color.

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Promoting Equitable Oral Health in Patients of Color

This CME Outfitters BriefCase will feature patient case studies that illustrate disparities in oral health and practical steps dental health professionals can take to mitigate these in their own practice to eliminate barriers to equitable dental and oral health care in patients of color.

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Parameters of Pain Care: Mitigating Racial Disparities in Patients with Chronic Pain

This CMEOCast episode will highlight the root causes of health disparities in pain care and identify best practices for addressing structural and interpersonal racism that cause inequitable pain management, to improve awareness of and address clinician biases in pain care for patients from racial minority backgrounds.

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Irregular Care: Racial Inequities in the Management of Cardiac Rhythm Disorders

This CME Outfitters podcast will focus on identifying inequitable processes and pathways in the prevalence, screening, diagnosis, and management of CVD/arrythmia disorders in URM populations; how HCPs can develop solutions to recognize and address biases; and how to integrate best practices and guidelines to account for structural racism and barriers in the prevention, care, and management of medically underserved patients with CVD.

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Proceedings of the Forum: Addressing Unconscious Bias and Disparities in Health Care: A Call to Action

This CME Outfitters Newsletter article focuses on historical and present-day sources of health care disparities as discussed in a trail-blazing, two-day, round-table seminar. The discussion included the effects that disparate health and health care have on vulnerable minority populations, and specific strategies to mitigate structural and interpersonal racism to counter these disparities and promote best practices for equitable patient treatment and outcomes.

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Call to Action: Racial Disparities in Maternal Health

This CME Outfitters podcast will focus on helping clinicians identify factors that contribute to racial disparities in maternal health outcomes and then outline steps for implementing effective and timely clinical interventions to eliminate preventable maternal morbidity and mortality.

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Call to Action for Health Equity: Racial Disparities in the Care of Patients with Cardiometabolic Disease

This CME Outfitters Live and OnDemand will focus on identifying structural and social determinants of health (SDOH) and clinician biases that place minority patients at risk for poorer outcomes in cardiovascular disease and implementing health care practices to improve these outcomes.

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Myth Busting about NSAIDs and Bone Health

The third episode of this CMEOCast series focuses on busting these myths about NSAIDs and bone health by applying evidence and guideline recommendations that support non-opioid pain management in treatment decision-making.

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Addressing the Opioid Epidemic: A Call to Action to Save Our Communities

To better understand pain pathways, Augmented Reality will transport learners into an interactive illustration of the brain/body reaction to pain and factors that influence pain perception. Join Dr. Gold and Dr. Stanos in an interactive discussion of pain management strategies to optimize safe and responsible management of acute and chronic pain.

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Time to Listen: What the Experts Have to Say About Safe Opioid Prescribing and Addiction Treatment

Join a panel of faculty experts as they discuss pain management challenges, consequences, and educational development opportunities amid rising concerns of addiction and diversion.

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Managing the Complexity of Chronic Pain in the Primary Care Setting

In this free CME Snack, Dr. Gold Dr. Schmidt focus on the complexity of chronic pain and how best to manage it in the primary care setting and discuss how PCPs and their patients can work together to make informed decisions about their pain management plan.

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Understanding Your Pain: An Animated Look at Acute and Chronic Pain Pathways

See highly-technical and animated 3D renderings of how the body processes pain signals, and how the signals are blocked by opioids and other drugs of abuse.
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MDD: Helpful Links & Resources

Psychiatry.org Access the Psychiatrist Locator to find a physician in your area specialized in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illness. Read a helpful Q&A where expert psychiatrist Dr. Alan Gelenberg provides answers to common questions about depression from…
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A Way Forward: How Naloxone Saves Lives from Opioid Overdose

Increasing access to naloxone is essential to reducing overdose mortality. Strategies for increasing access must be thoughtfully developed and deployed to ensure that naloxone is available to any at-risk individual—whether that be an individual with chronic pain or someone with …

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IBD Medical Home Interview

Dr. Regueiro interviews medical professionals across the various disciplines in the IBD Medical Home at the Cleveland Clinic. This patient-centric treatment model assembles both physical and mental health practitioners at the community level, delivering best practices in prevention, screening and …

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COMING SOON: Conversations in Gynecologic Oncology: The Experts Weigh In

Subscribe to a unique series of CMECast podcasts focused on the treatment of gynecologic cancers, in partnership with a faculty champion, Richard Penson, MD, of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Understanding the Addicted Brain: An Augmented Reality Tour

Understand how, when, and where drugs of abuse affect the brain. Professor Mark Gold, MD, winner of ASAM's Annual Lifetime Achievement Award, takes learners on an augmented reality tour of the brain and how it responds to opioids and other commonly abused drugs.
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The Disease Model of Addiction

Understand how, when, and where drugs of abuse affect the brain. Professor Mark Gold, MD, winner of ASAM's Annual Lifetime Achievement Award, takes learners on an augmented reality tour of the brain and how it responds to opioids and other commonly abused drugs.
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Quick Reference to the 2023 Updated American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Guidelines

Download additional tools and resources on pediatric/adolescent obesity.

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Quick Clinician Tips for Talking to Children and Adolescents About Obesity

Download additional tools and resources on pediatric/adolescent obesity.

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Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) and Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD)

One size does not fit all in ILD. To achieve the best quality of care and patient outcomes, clinicians need to assess key factors that impact each individual patient’s ability to access and adhere to recommended lifestyle and therapeutic interventions. Such factors — collectively known as “social determinants of health” include health care access and quality, neighborhood and built environment, social and community context, economic stability, and education access and quality. This clinician tool includes definitions and a questionnaire to facilitate patient interviewing about these important considerations.

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SDM, the SHARE Approach, and the Role of the ILD MDT

Shared decision making (SDM) is a key component of patient-centered health care. The SHARE Approach is a five-step process for SDM that provides a framework for exploring the benefits and risks of various therapies and interventions. This top-line reference includes the SHARE acronym and related “conversation starters” to facilitate SDM with patients. On the flip side of the document is a visual reminder of the team approach to ILD care, indicating roles and responsibilities of the various disciplines, that when working together, can lead to improved quality of care and patient outcomes.

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Multiple Sclerosis Animated Resources

Access additional clinical resources for treating and managing Multiple Sclerosis.

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Respiratory Resources

Access additional clinical resources for treating and managing respiratory disorders.

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A Health Care Professional’s Guide to Implementing Gender-Neutral Terminology

Learn more about the intersections of gender, language, inclusivity, and health equity, as well as suggested language swaps in this helpful guide.
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A Health Care Professional’s Guide to Understanding Pronouns

Learn more about common pronouns, the impact of making assumptions, pronouns in the workplace, and more, in this free PDF guide
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Naloxone Toolkit

If you or someone you love is struggling with opioid addiction, having Naloxone on hand and knowing how to administer it can save lives. We've compiled some helpful tools for and guides that may help save the life of someone you care about.
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Opioid Use: About Prevention

Watch three videos on various aspects of opioid abuse prevention: what is meant by 'prevention,' the role genetics can play in predisposing people toward addiction, and how our communities influence or intervene on early choices.
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