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The Diagnostic Odyssey for Individuals with Rare Diseases: Achondroplasia and Other Causes of Disproportionate Short Stature

Please join us as Dr. Gary Bellus explores the recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of achondroplasia and other causes of disproportionate short stature. He will also share the importance of the interprofessional team to support the well-being of both the individual and their family/caregiver(s).

This live webcast will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2022, from 1–2 p.m. ET.

Click here to register for the live webcast.

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Monkeypox Explained: Causes, Incidence, Pain/Symptom Management, At Risk Populations and Outcomes

This activity will provide participants with the latest information on the status of the monkeypox (MP) outbreak, including its origin, at-risk populations, efficacy of available vaccines, pain and symptom management, risks of delayed diagnosis and mortality. Emerging research on MP prevention and treatment interventions will also be discussed.

Click here to view the webcast.

This on-demand webcast is a follow-up to the initial Monkeypox Explained webcast. 
Click here to view the previous webcast.

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2022 Optimal Care Grand Rounds Series: New Trends in Cardiology Imaging

This is the fourth of a multisession, accredited series and will provide primary care providers (PCPs) with actionable content that addresses evidence-based diagnosis and treatment approaches for many of the high-priority complex diseases frequently encountered in practice.  This activity will discuss coronary computed tomographic angiography (CCTA) as a new trend in cardiology imaging and its role in providing a comprehensive assessment of patients with suspected CAD.

This live webcast will be held twice on Wednesday, November 2 from 6–7:00 pm ET or 8–9:00 pm ET. (Each webcast will present the same material.)

Click here to register for the live webcast.

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31st Annual National Conference

October 17–19, 2022 | Bloomington, MN
Earn up to 13.25 continuing education/continuing medical education credits.

The Annual National Conference addresses gaps in the management of complex medical and behavioral health care. This year’s conference agenda has been developed to bring innovative clinical, as well as diversity, equity and inclusion health care topics to the forefront. Over two-and-a-half days you’ll be able to network, socialize and energize with others in the industry that do what you do. 

Click here to register for the conference.

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Helping people make the best-informed decisions to protect their health and the health of their community from monkeypox requires providing key prevention information to health care professionals (HCPs). OHE is dedicated to provide frontline HCPs with information about what monkeypox looks like and how to manage the illness. 

Please click here to learn more and for resources related to monkeypox.

Upcoming Live Conferences

31st Annual National Conference
Oct. 17–19, 2022
Bloomington, MN