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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.