QStream is a convenient, fun, and effective online learning experience – allowing you to see how you stack up against your peers in knowledge retention! After completing each activity, you’ll receive a series of questions over time to test your knowledge; start the challenge today and watch yourself climb the leaderboard with each correct answer.

It’s easy to get started:

  • Access the QStream Activity Library
  • Create an Account (just a few quick questions!)
  • Select the QStream you’d like to participate in (you can choose more than one!)
  • Enroll in the Activity!

Call to Action: Screening for HBV in At-Risk Patients in Primary Care Settings

The National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan 2017-2020 includes information on best screening practices for HBV, and this CME Outfitters mobile case series is designed to help primary care and internal medicine clinicians gain knowledge and confidence in practicing these screening behaviors, with the goal of diagnosing individuals to treat HBV, prevent transmission, and therefore reduce the number of deaths.

 

 

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Call to Action: HBV Treatment Evaluation and Initiation in Primary Care Settings

This CME Outfitters mobile case series includes spaced case vignettes that test knowledge, confidence, and competence in practice, with the goal of helping primary care and internal medicine clinicians optimize treatment for patients with HBV.

 

 

 

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Call to Action: Chronic HBV Monitoring and Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) Surveillance in Primary Care Settings

This CME Outfitters mobile case series is designed to help primary care and internal medicine clinicians improve their knowledge, confidence, and performance in employing monitoring strategies to assess treatment effectiveness in patients with HBV.

 

 

 

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Current Advances in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Application to Clinical Practice

Recognizing key clinical features, classification criteria, and diagnostic tests is critical in reducing diagnosis delays. This CME Outfitters mobile case series is designed to help primary care clinicians increase timely and appropriate treatment initiation for patients with AS.

 

 

 

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