Scoring Key: 5=Strongly Agree 4=Agree 3=Neutral 2=Disagree 1=Strongly Disagree 0=Not applicable to my practice
Apply evidence-based medical treatment to patients diagnosed with Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Assess benefit and risk associated with new therapies for inflammatory bowel disease.
Identify the most common comorbidities of childhood obesity and describe their pathophysiologies.
Identify key considerations for initiating phosphorus restricted diet as a potential therapy for improving cardiovascular outcome.
Identify the risk and benefit of targeted therapy and immune therapy in cancer patients.
Identify challenges and opportunities to provide cost-effective practices in the care of the patient with hematologic malignancies.
Define the Triple Aim.
Effectively assess and document the mental status of patients in all types of clinical settings to support the clinician’s accurate determination of ethical and legal treatment protocol.
Scoring Key: 5=Excellent 4=Very Good 3=Good 2=Fair 1=Poor
Course content.
Mario Eyzaguirre, M.D.- Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Francisco Sylvester, M.D. - Advances in the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease: The Future is Now
Elizabeth Estrada, M.D. - Obesity in Children: It is not Their Body Weight, it is Their Health
Jose F. Bernardo, M.D., MPH - The Connection Between Dietary Phosphorus, Cardiovascular Disease and Mortality: Rationale and Approaches to Reduce Phosphorus Levels
Jorge Antunez De Mayolo, M.D., F.A.C.P. - Targeted Therapy and Checkpoint Inhibitors on the Current Treatment of Cancer
Cesar De Las Casas, M.D. - Emerging Therapies for Challenging Hematologic Malignancies: Are We Making Progress?
Jose Francisco Arrascue, M.D. - The Triple Aim: Better Care, Better Health and Lower Cost
Alberto Goldwaser, M.D. - Forensic Considerations in the Neuropsychiatry of Delirium
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