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CME: Which ICU Patients Need Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis?
Read this article and obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credit! The learning objective? To appraise when stress ulcer prophylaxis should be considered for critically ill patients with risk factors for stress ulcers.
Emergency Medicine July 19th 2022
Riding the Wave of Change in Cervical Cancer Screening: Managing Patients in Light of Risk Using Extended Genotyping
Offering 0.25 credits, this 30-minute CME program discusses the new cervical cancer screening guidelines recently published by both the American Society for Colonoscopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP) and the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Obstetrics & Gynecology July 13th 2022
Modifying Treatment Strategies to Address Poor Response in Major Depressive Disorder
In this 30-minute, 0.50 credit CME activity, participants will be better able to define treatment response, remission and treatment resistance in MDD; identify patients with inadequate response to antidepressants who may benefit from treatment modification; select an appropriate next-step treatment strategy for a patient with partial response to an antidepressant; and compare pharmacologic and adverse effect profiles of SGAs approved for adjunctive treatment of MDD.
Psychiatry July 5th 2022
The Emerging Role of HER2 (ERBB2) Mutations in NSCLC
HER2-targeted therapies have demonstrated substantial survival benefits for patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. So can we use those agents for HER2-positive NSCLC? Join Drs. Lyudmila Bazhenova and Benjamin Levy as they discuss the latest data around emerging agents for HER2-positive NSCLC and the best way to identify these mutations in clinical practice in this 15-minute CME activity.
Oncology, Medical June 27th 2022
CME: Diagnosis, Screening, and Palliation of Pancreatic Cancer
This is a 1.75-hour credit expert round-table featuring members of UPMC faculty. The group dialogue together on the state-of the art in pancreatic cancer and their experience in biliary stenting including advantages of metal versus plastic stenting, and their experience in recent advances in molecular testing of pancreatic cysts, identifying those patients that will benefit from targeted surveillance of pancreatic cancer, and methods of performing PDAC surveillance and their outcomes. They also discuss prevention and management of post-op complications, and pain control in this population.
Oncology, Medical May 31st 2022