Primary Care Bundle 2024

This bundle is perfect for the Primary Care provider! It provides a comprehensive review of some of the most common clinical concerns in Primary Care. This 15-course bundle covers the management of obesity, type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, COPD, chronic kidney disease, joint disorders, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, and so much more.

Total Credits: 21.5 contact hours; 14.13 are pharmacology 
Expiration Date: December 31st, 2024

$450.00   $500.00
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    Nurse practitioners are uniquely positioned, but may be inadequately prepared to recognize or respond to a person being victimized by a trafficker. The International Labor Organization estimates there are up to 40.3 million victims of human trafficking worldwide. In the U.S. these forms of exploitation usually encompass sex and labor trafficking. However, globally, this $150 billion industry encompasses additional forms of trafficking include organ trafficking, child soldiering and child marriage. This course is designed to equip NPs and other health care professionals to recognize, educate and appropriately respond to patients who may be victimized by traffickers. | 1.0 credits (0 Pharmacology) | $27.50

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    Mental health issues among children are skyrocketing with increasing emergency room visits for self-harm and suicidal behaviors as teens are experiencing compounding effects of social isolation, discrimination, stigma, and emotional stressors. This session will explore screening, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health in the pediatric primary care setting. Parameters for mental health services provided in the context of integrated primary care will be explored, including safe conditions for prescribing. | 1.0 credits (0.33 Pharmacology) | $30

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    *This program is provided by an educational grant from Eli Lilly Obesity & overweight (pre-obesity) presents the greatest medical challenge in this country leading to staggering morbidity, related healthcare costs, and shortened lifespan. Impediments to prevention and intervention for the chronic disease of obesity and overweight (“adiposity”) include; medical bias, misunderstanding of the obesity pathogenesis, troubling weight REGAIN, ineffective lifestyle interventions, underutilization of prescription weight-loss drugs and bariatric surgical options. Using a case study approach, this IMPORTANT session will address all of this and more to help prepare practitioners to battle the bulge. | 1.0 credits (1.0 Pharmacology) | $30.00

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    This presentation will provide information necessary to improve healthcare professionals’ ability to identify veterans, military service members, and military connected family members in their practices. The presentation will provide an overview of PTSD and other invisible wounds, helpful screening tools, and special considerations when engaging with veterans and military connected family members seeking care, with the goal of increasing capacity for behavioral healthcare for this vulnerable population. | 1.50 credits (0.50 Pharmacology) | $35

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    This presentation analyzes the most current guidelines for the management of dyslipidemia for both a primary prevention and for risk reduction in the patient who has already had a coronary artery event. Evaluation of the mechanisms of action of the newest lipid-lowering agents is presented in setting of clinical relevant case studies to provide | 1.50 credits (1.50 Pharmacology) | $45

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    Given the limited access to mental health specialists, primary care practitioners must often diagnose, initiate treatment, and chronically manage different anxiety disorders. This presentation utilizes evidence-based medicine and case studies to discuss the underlying pathophysiology of anxiety and the different options of pharmaceuticals in the treatment of anxiety. | 1.50 credits (1.50 Pharmacology) | $45

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    This presentation focuses on the practical application of pharmacotherapy for depression in primary care. How to differentiate among SSRIs, and what to do when SSRIs are inadequate or contraindicated. Decisioning pharmacotherapy in the primary care setting and determining when it is appropriate to refer provides a foundation for best practices for the primary care provider. | 1.50 credits (1.50 Pharmacology) | $45

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    The etiology of sleep disorders is multimodal. Most patients with chronic sleep disorders usually have a combination of physiologic, psychologic, and environmental causes. This presentation reviews pharmacotherapeutic options as they apply to the wide variety of physiologic causes. | 1.5 credits (0.75 Pharmacology) | $35

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    The management of type 2 diabetes involves a multifaceted approach to control blood sugar levels and mitigate complications. Lifestyle modifications are crucial, including a balanced diet, regular exercise, and weight management. Medications like metformin, has been the mainstay of type 2 diabetes management. Over the past several years, guidelines have shifted away from a glucose centric focus to prioritizing cardio-renal management. Therapeutic inertia has created a situation where our type 2 diabetic patients are increasingly not reaching their A1C goals and under-prescribed appropriate goal directed medications. | 1.5 credits (1.50 Pharmacology) | $40

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    Chronic kidney disease is a common complication of type 2 diabetes. Over the last ten years, evidence has accumulated that some glucose lowering agents are more effective than others at retarding progression of CKD in the setting of type 2 diabetes. This session will review these pharmacologic strategies for retarding progression. | 1.50 credits (1.30 Pharmacology) | $40