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Take Now! The Impact of Trauma on Children and Youth: A Paradigm Shift

Early childhood ruptured attachments, adversity and trauma experiences have significant impacts on health, development and well-being throughout the lifespan. Understanding these impacts and learning care strategies that can enhance professionals’ and caregivers’ abilities to prevent or mitigate these impacts can reduce the incidence of health crises and improve overall well-being and quality of life. Participants will learn the fundamentals of attachment patterns, developmental trauma and associated behaviors and will discuss strategies for working with traumatized children and supporting parents and caregivers. This on-demand webcast will provide an essential foundation for understanding the need to implement new care practices and will advance participants’ knowledge of cutting-edge attachment and trauma-response care in their professional and personal lives.

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Optimal Care Grand Rounds Series: Evidence-based Approach to Headache Management in Primary Care

This live webcast is designed to enhance primary care providers’ competency in managing headaches with a focus on evidence-based approaches. Participants will review migraine pathophysiology to better differentiate headache symptoms. Traditional and cutting-edge therapies will be examined to enable informed decision-making in clinical practice. 

This live webcast will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2024 from 1–2:00 pm ET.

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Optimal Care Grand Rounds Series: Osteoporosis Screening, Diagnosis and Management

This live webcast will focus on the necessary skills to effectively identify, diagnose, and manage osteoporosis, highlighting the latest screening recommendations, diagnostic criteria, and evidence-based treatment strategies. Optimal management approaches and monitoring recommendations that minimize potential adverse effects of therapy will be discussed, and participants will gain enhanced competency in tailoring interventions based on patient characteristics and disease severity.

This live webcast will be held on Wednesday, May 8, 2024 from 1–2:00 pm ET.

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Optimal Care Grand Rounds Series: Advances in the Management of Coronary Artery Disease Utilizing CCTA and CAC Scoring

This live webcast is designed to provide updated knowledge on the diagnosis and management of coronary artery disease (CAD) with a focus on the benefits of coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) and coronary artery calcium (CAC) scoring. It will explore the diagnostic accuracy, patient safety, and clinical outcomes associated with CCTA and compare this approach to traditional functional-stress-testing methods. The utilization of CAC scoring for risk assessment and in the evaluation of low-risk chest pain will be highlighted, and the role of the primary care physician (PCP) in implementing a CCTA-first approach will be discussed. 

This live webcast will be held on Wednesday, July 24, 2024 from 1–2:00 pm ET.

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Onsite Conferences

Registration open! Essentials of Oncology and Transplant Management for the Health Care Team 
April 11–12, 2024, Scottsdale, AZ

Save the date! Medical Director and Clinician Leadership Forum 2024
September 23–24, 2024, Las Vegas, NV

Save the date! 33rd Annual National Conference
October 14–16, 2024, Minneapolis, MN

MATE Act

A Black man with tan pants and a grey shirt sits opposite a Black man in black pants, a white collared shirt and a grey sweater holding an ipadBeginning June 27, 2023, all DEA-registered and new medical practitioners are required to attest to completion of 8-hours of training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders. To help practitioners meet this requirement, we would like to highlight the activity, Current Opioid Prescribing Guidelines: Ensuring Safe and Effective Pain Management, as well as other activities related to substance use disorder