Demystifying Laboratory Medicine – Buffalo, NY
Get the Tips & Secrets to Understanding Lab Medicine.
If you consider yourself to be an extraordinary clinician, you should be an expert at interpreting data. Performing the physical exam and taking history on a patient can only get us so far when determining the proper diagnosis and treatment until we need objective data. Labs allow us to see things that the eye won’t catch! How do we coordinate our physical exams with disease patterns? How can we utilize data from our labs to simplify the diagnosis?
This Laboratory Medicine CME course has been taught by John Bielinski, Jr. PA-C for 9 years in various college programs! As a part of our LifeBlood Workshop Series, this event is designed to be beneficial for medical professionals of any level. These workshops are especially helpful for current students!
We call it “active engagement learning.” When the mind is engaged during educational activity we can gain a deeper understanding for the topics being addressed. This interactive Laboratory Medicine workshop will provide a foundation of knowledge and test your understanding with audience response units (anonymously!) Here’s the different types of Labs that we will discuss:
About the Workshop
Our program is designed by John Bielinski, a 19 year critical access & acute care PA and an international educator spending approximately 500 hours per year directly teaching. You’ll learn actionable tips that you can implement in your own practice to strengthen your knowledge of Lab Medicine. This conference is designed for students and advance practice providers working in primary care fields, such as internal/hospitalist medicine, family medicine, urgent care or emergency medicine.
*CME4Life offers free admission for medical students that are currently enrolled in program at an accredited college or university.
What to Expect:
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This course is currently considered Category 2 CME.
If you are interested in attending this course and need to complete credit hours, please consider visiting our online store after registering for this event! You can utilize our take-home materials to earn AAPA Category 1 CME credit. We offer video programs, review books, flashcards, and cover a variety of medical topics! Click here to learn more.
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