2021 40th Annual Internal Medicine Review
Virtual Meeting with Live Faculty Discussion
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The Internal Medicine Review for the Primary Care provider is designed to provide the internal medicine and primary care physician as well as the physician assistants and nurse practitioners with information directly applicable to daily patient care.The topics represent some of the most common problems encountered in clinical practice. Emphasis will be placed on the pertinent practical aspects of patient care and problems encountered in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Related topics will be grouped together to ensure that relevant questions can be addressed by medical experts in those fields.
Designed to provide the internal medicine and primary care physician, physician assistant and nurse with information directly applicable to daily patient care. The topics represent some of the most common problems encountered in clinical practice and emphasis will be placed on the pertinent practical aspects of patient care and problems encountered in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:
- Apply current concepts in internal medicine to problems faced in daily practice
- Demonstrate better management and treatment of patients with medical problems commonly encountered in practice such as cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonary, hematology/oncology and wound care
- Improve knowledge and test-taking skills essential for successful ABIM certification and recertification
|40th Annual Internal Medicine Review|
Virtual - Zoom
July 12-14, 2021
|Monday, July 12|
|7:00||Welcome and Format||Dr. Harrison, Dr. McNeal|
|7:15||Lessons Learned from the Covid Recovery Clinic||Dr. Andrew (James) Widmer|
|7:45||Covid 19: From Crisis to Hope||Dr. Alfredo Sandoval|
|9:00||Pain Management: |
Who to Refer for Steroid Injections, Ablation, and Nerve stimulators
|Dr. Robert Martin|
|9:30||Treatment of Osteoarthritis Knee pain:|
Steroids or Viscosupplementation Including Plasma Rich plasma
|Dr. Bryan Lane|
|10:00||CBT and Other Non-Pharmacologic Treatments For Insomnia||Dr. Jana Deakins|
|11:10||Diagnostic Pearls for Distinguishing Different Types of Dementia||Dr. Blake Freeman|
|11:40||Updates in Migraine Treatments||Dr. Duren Ready|
|1:10||Diagnosis, Management, and Prognosis of Fatty Liver Disease||Dr. Jennifer Vincent|
|1:50||Management of Chronic Kidney Disease for Primary Care||Dr. Nidhi Munshi|
|2:20||Preventing Physician Burnout - Ethics Credit||Nate Self|
|3:45||Interactive Session||Dr. Joanne Sotelo|
|Tuesday, July 13|
|6:30||ABIM MOC Review - Hospital Medicine||Dr. Megan Greene,|
Dr. Austin Metting
|8:00||MOC Review Discussion|
|8:50||Breast Imaging Update||Dr. Debra Monticciolo|
|9:20||Diet and Nutrition: Is It Really All About Carbs?||Dr. Noah Stratton|
|9:50||Medical Care of the Transgender Patient||Dr. Noah Stratton|
|11:10||How to Engage in Serious Illness Conversation||Dr. Autumn Stratton,|
Dr. Laurel Kilpatrick
|11:40||Criteria for Hospice||Dr. Aval Green|
|12:10||Valve Update||Dr. John Erwin|
|1:50||In Plain Sight - Human Trafficking / Ethics Credit||Dr. Pamela Green|
|2:50||Human Trafficking Panel|
|3:00||ABIM MOC Review - Internal Medicine||Dr. Megan Greene,|
Dr. Austin Metting
|4:00||MOC QA||Dr. Megan Greene,|
Dr. Austin Metting
|Wednesday, July 14|
|6:30||Management of Depression, Anxiety, & Bipolar Disorder for Primary Care||Dr. Chinonyerem Okwara|
|7:00||Diagnosis and Management of Adult ADD||Dr. Chinonyerem Okwara|
|7:30||Management of Patients with Alcohol Abuse Disorder in Primary Care||Dr. Jae Ross|
|8:00||Diagnosis and Treatment of PTSD in the Outpatient Setting||Dr. Jae Ross|
|9:20||Review of Old Infectious Diseases: TB, Syphilis, Measles, & More||Dr. John Midturi|
|9:50||Pearls for Antibiotic Stewardship||Dr. John Midturi|
|10:40||New Treatments for Asthma/COPD||Dr. Carl Boethel|
|11:10||Immunotherapy for Cancer Patients: What Primary Care Providers Need to Know||Dr. Derrick Nguyen|
|11:40||Updates on Pulmonary Fibrosis - Emphasis on COVID||Dr. Carl Boethel|
|13:50||Opioid Prescribing: What you need to know before you prescribe - Ethics||Dr. Judy Embry|
|15:10||Closing Remarks and CME Information|
Participate in the Internal Medicine Review virtually from the comfort of your own hotel room at the Isla Grand Beach Resort on South Padre Island. A block of rooms has been reserved. Mention the Baylor Scott & White Conference when calling to make your reservation.
Call Isla Grand Directly: 956-761-6511
Group Code: 2107BSWTMH
*Baylor Scott & White Providers and employees please refer to the Baylor Scott & White policy on travel for information on CME and reimbursements.
The A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education of Baylor Scott & White Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
- 23.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™The A. Webb Roberts Center for Continuing Medical Education of Baylor Scott & White Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
- 3.00 Ethics
- 23.50 Attendance
- 2.00 Ethics
- 1.00 Texas HHSC Human TraffickingThe course is approved by Texas Health and Human Services to meet the requirement for 1.00 hour of human trafficking prevention training as a condition of registration permit or license.
- 23.50 Participation
- 3.00 Ethics