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9th Annual Behavioral Health and Aging Conference: The Cutting Edge of Depression Treatment in Late Life
Presentations On: Genetic Testing and Complementary Medicine Approaches Integrating Behavioral Health in Primary Care Ketamine/Esketamine for Late Life Depression Electroconvulsive Therapy Update (ECT) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy (TMS) This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. Continuing Education credits for other professionals will also be available.Find out more »
Objectives • Define types of facilities and resources to care for patient when the acute illness is stabilized, but continued care is still needed in the post-acute hospitalization • Review post-acute levels of care available, including rehabilitation, palliative services, home health and long term care • Understand post-acute care transition considerations for patients who are in special population categories including: behavioral health and/or substance use disorders and homelessnessFind out more »
3rd Annual Jefferson Renal Update Symposium: Cross-Talk Between the Kidneys and Remote Organ Systems
This symposium is designed to address the pathophysiology that underlies the complex and bidirectional interaction between the kidneys and other organs. Through didactic lectures, case presentations, and panel discussions, this program will provide updated information on management approaches to care for patients with kidney injury in the setting of other organ failure.Find out more »
Management Professionals in Health Care What is MPHC 2019? MPHC 2019 is the premier educational event for medical practice administrator and their office personnel. The gathering provides the opportunity to discuss the challenges facing medicine and to leave with innovative strategies to improve practices. MPHC 2019 will draw attendees from southwestern Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, and West Virginia. The agenda includes a legislative and regulatory update from the Pennsylvania Medical Society and educational tracks for practice executives and office personnel.Find out more »
Pediatric Bipolar Spectrum Disorders Gazing into the Crystal Ball: What Can You See & What Can You Do?
We hope you will join us for the Third Child and Adolescent Bipolar Spectrum Services (CABS) Conference on October 3, 2019 at the University Club on the Oakland campus. The theme for this year's conference is "Pediatric Bipolar Spectrum Disorders… Gazing into the Crystal Ball: What Can You See and What Can You Do?"and will focus on evidenced-based therapy and assessment approaches for bipolar spectrum disorders in youth. Keynote Speaker Boris Birmaher, MD Endowed Chair in Early Onset Bipolar Disease and Professor of Psychiatry Director, CABS…Find out more »
This full day clinical conference will bring together experts in Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention in order to enable experienced and novice PrEP providers to develop skills to effectively care for those individuals at risk for HIV and to increase retention of PrEP patients in a diverse population. Experts will discuss special considerations for female, transgender, and adolescent patients. This program will include interactive panels of community representatives and local providers for participants to discuss their particular clinical concerns…Find out more »
The 8th Annual Diabetes Symposium offers a unique learning experience emphasizing the interprofessional team approach needed to improve diabetes care and prevent complications. Expert faculty will guide participants in applying the new knowledge and clinical guidelines into their practices. Cases will be discussed from multiple interdisciplinary perspectives, providing participants with best practices in the following topics: • New ADA/EASD Guidelines for Type 2 Diabetes • Inpatient Diabetes Management • New Lipid Guidelines • Dietary Treatment of Obesity • Diabetes &…Find out more »
Stress and burn-out relief for medical professionals A workshop led by Bruce Rabin, MD The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh Maimonides Society, in partnership with the Allegheny County Medical Society, presents a continuing medical education (CME) opportunity with Dr. Bruce Rabin for all medical practitioners. A cost of $50 per person will include heavy hors d’oeuvres and 2 CME credits. Are you sometimes emotionally exhausted by the end of a day of working with patients? Do you feel increasingly cynical…Find out more »
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