|Title||Program description||Type||Credit||Event date|
|Connecting with Patients for Tobacco Free Living - Online||
Available until July 20, 2021
Videos, lectures, cases, and a variety of interactive activities allow participants to apply learning to actual cases.
|41st Annual Practice of Internal Medicine 2021 - LIVESTREAM||
May 3 - 7, 2021 - Livestream - 7:45 am CDT
The Practice of Internal Medicine, celebrating its forty-first year, is a postgraduate course designed to provide general internists, internist-subspecialists, family medicine physicians, and other primary care professionals with a state-of-the-art update in internal medicine. Lectures, panel presentations, and concurrent workshops are presented by specialists from Mayo Clinic. The topics represent some of the most common problems encountered in clinical practice including the management of a variety of medical issues seen in areas of gastroenterology, infectious diseases, general internal medicine, rheumatology, geriatrics, emergency medicine, pulmonary, endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, and women’s health.
||05/03/2021 to 05/07/2021|
|Optimizing Potential - Beating Burnout - LIVESTREAM||
December 4, 2020 - LIVESTREAM CST
This interactive livestream course is designed to rekindle meaning in work and home life. Participants will learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of burnout, identify key drivers of burnout, and implement effective action plans to prevent burnout. The course is led by a preventive and occupational psychiatrist who uses superhero metaphors to focus on reaching individual potentials. The solutions-focused approach will lead participants to explore personal lifestyle habits, values, ideal work and life scenarios, concrete goals, and the importance of positive support systems.
|2021 Men's Health Update: Engagement, Prevention and Performance - LIVESTREAM||
January 30, 2021 - Scottsdale, ArizonaCourse will address a variety of health issues specific to men and highlight medical conditions that may cause varying symptoms which affect men differently than women, thus requiring special treatment or prevention protocols. The course format will include evidence-based and case-based presentations, use of interactive keypads, and Q & A panel discussions with the faculty.