Primary Care Bundle Vol. 2

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For a quick review of common primary care issues, this 12 course bundle has you covered. Topics include common orthopedic concerns, Type 2 diabetes, lipid management, asthma guidelines, hypertension, contraceptive management, abdominal pain and more.

Total Credits: 14.5 contact hours; 8.25 are pharmacology 
Release Date: December 1, 2021
$362.50
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    Common musculoskeletal primary care complaints involve low back, hip, shoulder, or knee pain. In this session, the learner will develop a greater understanding and confidence in discerning between common differential diagnoses for these regional musculoskeletal pain complaints. Additionally, learn to formulate an initial treatment approach to these common primary care musculoskeletal conditions. | 1.50 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    Nurse Practitioners are on the front line in the role of treating adults with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. According to the CDC, more than 34 million Americans have diabetes (about 1 in 10), and approximately 90-95% of them have type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes most often develops in people over age 45, but more and more often teens and young adults are also developing it. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    The Nurse Practitioner in the Primary Care setting is challenged in the treatment of ASCVD to provide the most up-to-date goals, treatment guidelines, and expectations for primary vs secondary prevention. This program will sift through the complicated updates of the past few years and allow the nurse practitioner to incorporate these into their practice. | 1.00 credits (1.00 pharmacology) | $25

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    Updates to the 2007 NAEPP/NHLBI asthma guidelines were published in late 2020. These updates cover five specific areas of asthma evaluation and management but leave many areas without updates. To fill in those gaps, many clinicians use the GINA guidelines produced in the UK. In this presentation, the new NAEPP/NHLBI updates will be reviewed and compared to older recommendations and to the broader recommendations from GINA. | 1.50 credits (1.25 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    This presentation will review the newest options and recommendations for contraceptive management. We will cover newly available methods as well as those more established. The presentation will also cover strategies to improve contraception adherence including common mistakes patients make and how to address them. | 1.50 credits (1.25 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    What are the latest guidelines? How can you put them to work for your patients? In 2017 AHA Guidelines had tweaked the treatment of hypertension once again. It is important to keep abreast of the latest guidelines in caring for a patient with HTN. Looking at different classes, we will identify different populations and the most appropriate regimen. Also, not forgetting the importance of lifestyle modification, we will explore case studies to see what the most potent options are in the treatment of hypertension. | 1.00 credits (0.75 pharmacology) | $25

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    This infectious disease has numerous ramifications to navigate long-term. This lecture on Post-Acute Sequela of COVID19 Syndrome (PASC) or long hauler syndrome will discuss the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and clinical approach to PASC. Advanced Practice Primary Care providers will be faced with treating and managing their long-haul COVID patients and NPACE is pleased to offer this program to help you meet these challenges. | 1.00 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $25

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    Are you wondering what the latest is on prescribing antibiotics? This presentation will provide answers. Nurse Practitioner Dr. Susan Feeney will review antibiotic stewardship and updates for primary care NPs. The presentation will highlight data, best practices, and evidence for helping guide patients in care. | 1.25 pharmacology credits | $25

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    This lecture will cover the spectrum of disorders that cause hair loss and overgrowth. The most common conditions that cause scarring and nonscarring alopecia will be discussed in detail, as well as hirsutism. Susan Mayne will walk you through assessment, diagnosis, and the most current treatment options available to you and your adult and pediatric patients. | 1.00 credits (0.50 pharmacology) | $25

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    Description: Acute and chronic abdominal pain are common complaints in primary and urgent care. This session will focus on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of common and not-so-common abdominal conditions. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50