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Best practices highlighting the latest therapies, procedures, and diagnostics in primary care during the post pandemic landscape are the focus of Cleveland Clinic’s 9th Annual Primary Care Update: Challenges in the Post Pandemic Landscape, Friday-Saturday, October 15-16, via live stream.
Our extraordinary speakers offer updates on treatment strategies on common conditions, including diabetes, migraine, and mood disorders, as well as the potential challenges in cardiovascular and respiratory care as a result of COVID-19. In addition, our program incorporates engaging conversations on value based medicine, community engagement, and wellness.
This virtual symposium compresses challenges in the post pandemic landscape into one jam-packed, easily digestible, and fun event. The format is fast-paced, and the presenters are highly experienced and entertaining.
Primary care physicians, more than any other healthcare provider, need to be informed of the most recent developments in a wide array of medical specialties and have the competence to assimilate the data into their clinical practice. Family physicians, general internists, nurses, advanced practitioners, and allied health professionals are encouraged to attend this educational activity.
Our presenters include keynote presenter, Heidi Gullett, MD, MPH, medical director, Cuyahoga County Board of Health, and associate director, Center for Community Health Integration, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and several Cleveland Clinic faculty members.
- Summarize the most recently published data from research and clinical trials that have clinical implications for primary care medicine
- Describe the integration of primary care in the public health landscape as they apply to clinical practice and debate how political activism affects primary care
- Describe methods for using telemedicine to improve the practitioner-patient experience
- Critically review the evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, especially long-term complications and recovery
- Compare the evidence supporting wellness initiatives, including diet plans and lifestyle changes
- Provide an overview of value-based medicine and its potential impact on community-based care
- Review the clinical implications of recently published research on topical areas of interest to primary care practitioners, including migraine medicine, heart failure, assessment and treatment of mood disorders and depression, and the development of care plans for diabetes.
To learn more about the topics or to register, please visit Cleveland Clinic’s website.