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Unlocking Stroke Prevention in Patients with Non-Valvular Atrial Fibrillation

Join a nationally acclaimed cardiologist, Dr. Paul Bhella, as he leads a panel discussion that seeks to unlock the complexities of stroke prevention through traditional and novel oral...

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Sports Medicine Ethics - A Dedication to Self Morals vs Taking One for the Team

Physicians are trained to assess, evaluate, prevent, treat and heal. As we graduate from medical school we recite the Hippocratic Oath subjecting ourselves to the premise of “Do No Harm”. From our childhood, we are reared with our...

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Michael D. Shaffer, DO Associate Professor, Family and Sports Medicine, UNT Health Science Center
Michael D Shaffer,

The Illusion of Opioids

Literature has shown that prescribers receive little education on the treatment of pain resulting in less effective pain treatment with worse outcomes. Attendees will learn the evidence-based analysis of the relative effectiveness of...

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Donald R. Teater, MD Medical Director, Behavioral Health Group, Asheville, North Carolina
Donald R Teater,

Building a Patient Centered Medical Home

From building a strong foundation, to community involvement and implementing metrics to your practice, this series of eLearning activities will ensure that you are ready to begin the process of becoming a Patient Centered Medical Home.

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Osteoporosis Update

One out of 3 women and one out of 5 men will suffer an OP fracture in their lifetime.  It is important in our aging population to know who to screen and how to evaluate and treat a patient for osteoporosis and prevent these...

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Barbara L. Slee, MD Faculty, John Peter Smith Hospital, Department of Family Medicine;
Medical Director, Electronic...
Barbara L Slee,