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|March 23–24||Essentials of Oncology, Solid Organ and Blood/Marrow Transplant Management for the Health Care Team|
Whether you are new to the transplant or oncology fields or if you have been managing patients for decades, this is the conference that is worth your time, attention and CE dollars (although, not many of them, as this is one of the most economical conferences in the industry). The agenda is painstakingly crafted to address critical and current issues, from a clinical and financial perspective, that you can apply to the management of your patients and/or their benefits. You WILL walk away energized, informed and armed with the information you need to excel in your role.
|April 28; 1–2 pm EDT||Pharmacogenomics: Providing Personalized Medicine|
Pharmacogenomics is an important part of precision medicine; it is the study of how genetic makeup can affect a person's response to a drug. Health care professionals (HCPs) can use pharmacogenomic information to help decide the most appropriate treatment for each individual. This activity will provide an overview on the clinical indications for using pharmacogenomics and explore resources for interpreting pharmacogenomics. The basic science of liver enzymes and their genetic variation will also be discussed.
Live, Accredited Webcast
|May 12–14||14th Annual Medical Director/Physician Leadership Forum|
If you are a Medical Director, Physician Executive/Leader, Pharmacist in a Leadership Role, Psychologist, Nurse/Nurse Practitioner Executive, or Clinical Executive/Leader working in the managed health care industry, then this Forum is for you. Clinical experts will share their insights into topics that are critical to the management of large patient populations. The Forum will, once again, focus on innovations and evidence-based research related to optimizing patient care, outcomes and benefit management.
Las Vegas, Nevada
|June 9; 1–2 pm EDT||Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Providing Personalized Medicine|
Genetic testing, marketed directly to customers, has become more and more prevalent and is expanding the number of people who are obtaining information about their DNA (or genome). Consumers send in a DNA sample and receive their results directly; in most cases, bypassing a health care professional (HCP). Consumers may receive confusing or unexpected results and may be in need of competent guidance from a knowledgeable HCP. This activity will provide an overview on direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing, the role of HCPs in helping consumers make educated decisions about using these services and the future of DTC genetic testing.
Live, Accredited Webcast
|July 14–15||The Tenth: Extraordinary Innovations and Emerging Trends in Transplantation and Oncology from Nebraska Medicine|
|Oct. 19–21||29th Annual National Conference|
Missed the live webcasts?Click on the activity title to take the on-demand webcast.
|Nov. 6, 2019|
Preventing Falls in Older Adults: Risk Factors and Interventions
|Oct. 23, 2019|
Understanding the Relationship between Loneliness and Health Outcomes in Older Adults
|Sept. 19, 2019|
Social Determinants of Health
|Sept. 10, 2019|
Adolescent Depression: Diagnosis, Management and Suicide Risk
|July 19, 2019|
Promoting Health Literacy in Older Adults
|June 12, 2019|
Global Is Local! How Does Global Health Impact Us?
|June 4, 2019|
Medical Home Care for the Child with Medical Complexity: Care Coordination and Shared Decision Making
|May 7, 2019|
Optimizing Care in the Seriously Ill: The National Guidelines in Palliative Care
|May 1, 2019|
Promoting Hearing Health in Older Adults
|Feb. 13, 2019|
Finding Your Joy in Practice Again
|Mar. 6, 2019|
Adverse Childhood Experiences Part II: ACE Screening in Pediatrics
|Feb. 5, 2019|
Adverse Childhood Experiences Part I: An Introduction