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Updates in Family Medicine Online Course

Available until May 14, 2026 - Online CNE/CME Course

This Mayo Clinic and Kaiser Permanente collaboration offers a comprehensive family medicine update course designed for practicing primary care and family medicine providers. This online course highlights the latest recommendations involving medical specialties important to the primary care setting that can be applied immediately into practice.

Enduring
    • 14.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 14.50 AAFP Prescribed
    • 14.50 ANCC
    • 14.50 AOA Category 2-A
    • 14.50 Attendance
Ongoing
Updates in Internal Medicine 2024

October 16 - 19, 2024 - Disney's Contemporary Resort - Lake Buena Vista, Florida

This course offers Live (in-person) and Livestream (virtual) attendance options

Mayo Clinic Updates in Internal Medicine 2024 presents up-to-date information as well as contemporary approaches and strategies to the ever-changing and expanding discipline of internal medicine. The program covers the scope of internal medicine, selecting from a variety of pertinent general and subspecialty derived topics. Expert faculty present evidence-based and emerging practical clinical approaches regarding various general and subspecialty topics.

Live
    • 25.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 25.25 ABIM
    • 25.25 ANCC
    • 25.25 Attendance
10/16/2024 to 10/19/2024
Urgent Care Updates 2025

April 6 - 8, 2025 - Wyndham Grand Rio Mar - Río Grande, Puerto Rico

This course offers Live (in-person) and Livestream (virtual) attendance options.

Gain knowledge on the latest recommendations involving medical specialties important to the urgent care setting that can be immediately applied into practice. Mayo Clinic’s Urgent Care Updates course is designed for the acute/urgent care provider and uses relevant lectures along with panel and roundtable discussions to provide opportunities to interact with faculty.

Live 04/06/2025 to 04/08/2025
Valvular Heart Disease: The Aortic Valve

Available until February 1, 2026

It’s estimated that between 2% and 3% of the population has some form of valvular heart disease and this increases with age. Most of these patients are initially cared for by primary care providers. Most valvular disease deaths are due to disease of the aortic valve and it’s important to recognize these patients early in order to assess for progression and the need for surgical intervention. What are the presenting symptoms of aortic valve disease? What’s the best way to manage and follow these patients and when should a cardiologist and cardiac surgeon become involved in the care of the patient? In this podcast, we’ll discuss these questions and more with cardiologist Rekha Mankad, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Valvular Heart Disease: The Mitral Valve

Available until February 1, 2026

Mitral valve disorders are extremely common, one of the most common is mitral valve prolapse. The majority of these patients live their life without symptoms, but some go on to develop significant mitral regurgitation or less likely, mitral stenosis. How can we recognize mitral valve disease and what’s recommended to confirm a diagnosis? How should these patients be followed? Do they need a lifetime of cardiac imaging? When is a cardiologist needed to help manage these patients? In this podcast, we’ll discuss these questions and more with cardiologist Rekha Mankad, M.D., a cardiologist from the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
What's New in Family Medicine 2021 - Online CME Course

Available until June 30, 2024 - Online CME Course

What's New in Family Medicine Online 2021 is the 2nd in a series of courses 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. There are some brief topics involving the COVID19 pandemic including navigating telehealth which has become commonplace in many practices. Topics include the following: abnormal uterine bleeding in post-menopausal women; medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder; irritable bowel syndrome; chronic kidney disease and use of diuretics; acute care/virtual visits; hyperlipidemia/lipid management; transgender care including topics on lactation and overall care of this population; non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD); women’s health/sexual dysfunction; COVID19 and athlete return to sports; anticoagulation and hypertension.

Enduring
    • 12.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 12.75 AAFP Prescribed
    • 11.00 ACPE
    • 12.75 ANCC
    • 12.75 Attendance
Ongoing
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
What’s New with C. Difficile

Available until February 1, 2026

It’s estimated that C. difficile causes about a half million infections each year in the U.S. and 1 in 6 of those will have a recurrence within a couple months. Although C. difficile typically occurs following the use of antibiotics, it can also be spread from one individual to another, especially in hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. What are the common symptoms of an infection with C. difficile? How do we test for it? How should an infection be treated and what do we do with patients who have one or more recurrences. In this podcast, we’ll be discussing “What’s New with C. Difficile?” and these are some of the questions I’ll be asking our guest, Sahil Khanna, M.B.B.S., M.S., a gastroenterologist from the Mayo Clinic.

Enduring
    • 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 0.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Women in Gastroenterology & Hepatology Showcase Online Course

Available until February 28, 2026 - Online CME Course

A symposium delivered entirely by women of national and international recognition in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology. This symposium highlights a spectrum of topics including, clinical care, education, clinical-basic science research and professional development knowledge.

Enduring
    • 6.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 6.25 AAPA Category 1
    • 6.25 Attendance
Ongoing
Women's Health Update Online Course

Available until August 14, 2026 - Online CME Course

This online course offers a variety of health issues that are unique to women and/or highlight medical conditions that may cause different symptoms in women or affect women differently than men and thus, may require different treatment or prevention protocols. Treatment updates include common breast symptoms, breast reconstruction, common medical concerns in many women such as UTIs, diverticulitis, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, updates regarding COVID-19 and monkeypox infections. Other topics include menopause and mood along with premature menopause, androgens in women, and troubleshooting hormone therapy. In addition, several topics on sexual health including female sexual physiology, causes and management of sexual difficulties. Many other topics discussing cosmetic concerns, sports injuries, weight management, and regenerative medicine will be explored.

Enduring
    • 28.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
    • 28.50 AAFP Prescribed
    • 28.50 ACOG
    • 28.50 ANCC
    • 28.50 Attendance
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

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