|Title:||UpcomingPrimary Care and Cardiology Fundamentals – What you need to know!|
|Dates:||January 13, 2020 7:30 am - January 16, 2020 6:30 pm|
Primary Care and Cardiology Fundamentals – What you need to know!
Earn the respect of the physicians you work with by understanding key concepts of patient care. This program is what you need to know for optimal patient care.
It’s more than medical; think processes! It’s about how to think and document so you don’t get burned. It’s about staying out of medical legal trouble.
This program is designed for measurable increase in the confidence of any Advanced practice provider that cares for acute patients in an emergency department, urgent care setting, hospital or primary care setting.
Loaded with case studies, medical legal case and active audience response scenarios, the learning has been coined “active engagement learning.”
- Learn the five causes of chest pain
- Master the five causes of shortness of breath
- Understand the key features of pulmonary embolism
- Review the common arrhythmias
- Learn the key features of hypertension and key medications
- Explore congestive heart failure
- Review common out patient infections and current treatments
- Learn key to wound care and management
- Learn key to orthopedic care and management
- Review the evaluation of an ill child
- Discuss important updates for the management of diabetes Type 1 and 2
- Assessing and treating addictions
- Challenging cases of abdominal pain
- Dizziness and vertigo: practical pointers
- Understanding renal disease
This program is not yet approved for CME credit. Conference organizers plan to request 20 AAPA Category 1 CME credits from the Physician Assistant Review Panel. Total number of approved credits yet to be determined.
John Bielinski, Jr. PA-C (Learn More)
John Bielinski MS PA-C, earned a master’s degree in family and emergency medicine from A.T. Still University. Since beginning his career, John has remained committed to serving medical professionals and his community though direct care and education. John has held multiple teaching positions in the emergency department and other various medical settings. However, it was John’s experience overseeing a rural emergency department for fifteen years that really encouraged him to pursue his passion for education. John has since developed a widely acclaimed national lecture series. John leverages his field experiences, developing lectures that focus on emergency medicine and patient-centered care. John is passionate about improving the overall quality of medical care by delivering superior education and training to medical providers.
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