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What's New in Family Medicine 2022-2023 Online Course

Available until August 3, 2026 - Online CME Course

What's New in Family Medicine 2022-2023 online course is the 3rd in a series that focuses on a myriad of topics that are important to the broad specialty of family medicine. It will provide learners with current and relevant updates for daily management of various patient health concerns encountered commonly in primary care. Some topics that will be explored are reducing health care disparities; assessing and managing a psychiatric crisis; antimicrobial stewardship; HIV PREP; aspirin for primary prevention of CV disease; facilitation of advanced care planning and subjects that are always important to primary care including the evaluation of anemia and updates in diabetes management including the use of continuous glucose monitors. New guidelines were issued in 2022 addressing the management of mastitis spectrum disorders and the use of opioids for treatment of pain will be discussed and Point of care ultrasound (POCUS), an emerging modality in primary care, will also be explored.

Enduring
    • 12.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 12.00 AAFP Prescribed
    • 12.00 ACPE
    • 12.00 ANCC
    • 12.00 Attendance
Ongoing
"Hacking" The Unexplained Chronic Cough

Available until February 1, 2026

A patient with an unexplained cough is commonly seen in an outpatient primary care practice. While there are several potential causes, fortunately, most are relatively benign. However, determining the cause can be challenging and its best to use an organized approach in the evaluation. Using the patient’s history, chest imaging studies, pulmonary function and occasionally laboratory tests, we’re usually able to determine the cause. What are the most common causes of a persistent cough? What approach is recommended in the evaluation? And what should we do when no cause is apparent? We’ll discuss “The Unexplained Cough” in this podcast with our guest, Sumedh S. Hoskote, M.B.B.S., a pulmonologist in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Headache Edition Online CME Course

Available until June 27, 2025 - Online CME Course

This online CME course is recommended for primary care providers. The course is comprised of Mayo Clinic Talks podcast interviews about various presentations, evaluation and treatment of headaches, as well as the management of migraines. Listen in the course or using your favorite podcast app, then return here to take a short assessment and claim credit.

Enduring
    • 4.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 4.75 Attendance
Ongoing
Cardiology Update: The Heart of the Matter Online Course

Available until May 13, 2027 - Online CME Course

The Mayo Clinic Cardiology Update course features a wide spectrum of timely updates in electrophysiology, sports medicine and fitness, valvular heart disease, coronary artery disease, outpatient cardiology, and cardiomyopathies and aortopathies. Faculty will engage learners through interactive didactic sessions and case discussions. Topics will include congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, coronary artery disease, cardiac arrhythmias, congenital heart disease, anticoagulation, preventive cardiology, cardio-genomics, sports cardiology and valvular heart disease, among others.

Enduring
    • 5.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 5.50 AAPA Category 1
    • 5.50 ABS
    • 5.50 ANCC
    • 5.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Seasonal Allergies: It's Not Easy To Be Sneezy

Available until February 1, 2026

Millions of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies causing a variety of symptoms which often force them to stay indoors and limit their activities. Allergic rhinitis carries a significant economic burden accounting for an estimated 2 million lost school days, and 6 million lost workdays per year. Fortunately, there are numerous treatment options available. The topic for today’s podcast is seasonal allergies and our guest is Mansi J. Kanuga, M.D., an allergist at the Mayo Clinic. We’ll discuss how to use the patient’s history to determine the patient’s allergies, when allergy tests are indicated and management of seasonal allergies.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Healthcare Professional Burnout: Contributors, Consequences and Solutions

Available until February 1, 2026

The practice of medicine is often stressful and at times, even frustrating. Sometimes the stress and frustration can get out of hand and lead us to feeling overwhelmed and hopeless. This has been described as burnout. There’s good evidence to suggest that well over half of all physicians practicing in the U.S. have exhibited some symptoms of burnout at some time during their career. Healthcare professional burnout not only has negative consequences for the clinician, but also for patients, as patient care can often suffer. What are the symptoms of burnout, can we prevent them and how can we manage those who are experiencing professional burnout? We’ll discuss these questions and more with Colin P. West, M.D., Ph.D., an internist in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Taking Care of Your Personal Well-Being "In Their Own Words" - no credit offered

Available until February 1, 2026

Health care professionals often struggle with personal well-being due to career demands. There are simple and straightforward ways to improve well-being despite a demanding profession. We welcome you to learn from two Mayo Clinic physicians who share their personal journeys and suggestions for well-being.

Enduring Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Pulmonary Function Testing

Available until February 1, 2026

Pulmonary function tests are extremely useful in both diagnosing and managing patients with respiratory disease. In addition to a medical history, physical exam and imaging studies, they give us a great deal of information of the pulmonary physiology and help us understand why patients have various respiratory symptoms. However, there are quite a number of pulmonary function tests available to us and which tests we should order can be confusing. Do we know when spirometry, lung volumes or diffusion capacity will be useful for evaluating the various pulmonary conditions? Our guest for this podcast is Dr. Alexander Niven, from the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the Mayo Clinic and he’ll provide answers to these questions and more as we discuss “How to Use Pulmonary Function Tests Effectively”.

Enduring
    • 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Proceedings Rise to the Challenge: Master the Management of Clostridioides difficile Infection (June 1, 2024)

June 1, 2024 - May 31, 2026

One of the premier peer-reviewed clinical journals in general and internal medicine, Mayo Clinic Proceedings is among the most widely read and highly cited scientific publications...

Enduring
    • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 1.00 ABIM
Ongoing
“Lettuce Eat” Plant-Based Diets: Healthy & Non-Healthy

Available until February 1, 2026

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death to individuals in the U.S. Many feel that our typical American diet with its high saturated fat content is a major contributor to this. There’s good evidence that shows plant-based diets are cost-effective in lowering the risk factors for cardiovascular disease including obesity, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, and diabetes. They may also lower the number of medications an individual needs to take to manage their chronic diseases. So, are there any disadvantages to a plant-based diet? Are all plant-based diets healthy and what are the nutritional challenges for a patient on a plant-based diet? We’ll discuss these questions in this podcast on “Plant-Based Diets”. Our guest is Lisa Lammert, a registered dietician and nutritionist at the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Medical Breast Training Program Online CME Course

Available until December 31, 2025 - Online CME Course

The Medical Breast Training Program will provide clinicians tools and knowledge to evaluate and manage common breast complaints, to perform personalized risk assessment and risk management and to care for breast cancer survivors. The goal is to educate practitioners in the field about guidelines for screening and diagnosis, risk reduction, genetics, and survivorship.  Participants, through online, pre-recorded lectures and recorded interactive case discussion sessions, will gain practical knowledge about the workup and management of common breast issues, will confidently identify and manage those at risk and will effectively care for survivors, with topics ranging from bone health to sexuality to integrative medicine. Learners can choose to enroll in the Medical Breast Clinical Care Topics and/or Medical Breast Advanced Topics to conveniently access the information most relevant for their practice.

Enduring
    • 46.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 46.50 ANCC
    • 46.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Functional Dyspepsia: BOOM! BANG! Burning & Pain!

Available until February 1, 2026

Functional dyspepsia, also known as non-ulcer dyspepsia, represents chronic upper GI symptoms of indigestion and not infrequently abdominal discomfort. Diagnosing functional dyspepsia can be challenging since there are no definitive diagnostic tests. This often results in patients seeking multiple medical opinions searching for a specific cause and treatment for their symptoms. What are the common presenting symptoms of functional dyspepsia? What’s an appropriate evaluation and how do we treat our patients who have it? In this podcast, we’ll discuss these questions and more with David J. Cangemi, M.D., a gastroenterologist from the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Acute Care of the Complex Hospitalized Patient for NPs & PAs Online Course

Available until November 20, 2026 - Online CME Course

NPs and PAs play a vital role in the care delivery of hospitalized patients. Recent data from the Society of Hospital Medicine states that over 70% of Hospital Medicine groups now employ NPPAs. This online course focuses on providing the most up-to-date, evidence-based guidelines and treatment pathways necessary to optimally care for acute care, hospitalized patients and is applicable to physicians, hospitalists, NPs, PAs, advanced practice nurses and RNs, from novice to experienced. The course covers topics in critical care, hospital general medicine, oncology, surgery, neurology, cardiology, psychology, pain management and other medical subspecialties.

Enduring
    • 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 20.00 AAPA Category 1
    • 20.00 ANCC
    • 20.00 Attendance
Ongoing
Care of the Older Adult Online Course

Available until July 22, 2027 - Online CME Course

The Mayo Clinic Division of Community Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Palliative Care is pleased to offer this online course to provide family practitioners, internists, general practitioners, advanced nurse practitioners and physician assistants with current information on the care of older adults, including clinical evaluation of cognitive and functional health, chronic disease management strategies, topics on post-acute/long term care, and caregiver support.

Enduring
    • 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 7.50 AAFP Prescribed
    • 7.50 ANCC
    • 7.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Mayo Clinic Talks: Post Transplant Kidney Care for Local Physicians

Available until February 1, 2026

Kidney transplants are quite common; over 20,000 transplants will have been performed by the end of 2022 and there are currently just under 90,000 individuals on the national transplant waiting list. They’ve been remarkably successful in giving patients with renal failure an improved quality of life. However, patients who have had kidney transplants have unique medical needs. Since most transplant patients will return to their primary care providers for the majority of their ongoing care, what important information do we need to successfully care for these patients? What unique medical needs do they have? And what potential health problems are more commonly seen in transplant patients? In this podcast, our guest, Samy M. Riad, M.D., a nephrologist at the Mayo Clinic will answer these questions and more as we discuss the management of the post-renal transplant patient.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing

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