This June 18-20 head to NYC for the Icahn School of Medicine’s Challenges in Internal Medicine program. This event will address managing disease processes, medical conundrums and new diagnostic modalities. “The goal of this course is to offer providers of primary care services with the newest pharmacologic and technologic breakthroughs, updates in clinical therapeutic guidelines, and highlights of recent advances in the practice of Internal Medicine.The intended audience for this course is Internists, Family Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants.”
The educational objectives of this course, from their website, are:
Identify new trends in US healthcare that will allow healthcare providers to maximize efficiency within their practice, aligning practitioners to new recommended guidelines.
Identify current therapeutic options for specific disorders commonly seen in practice and apply when appropriate.
Review and interpret up-to-date literature relevant to clinical practice in the following therapeutic areas: Cardiology, orthopaedics, hematology/oncology, rheumatology, dermatology, gastroenterology, liver disease and genetics.
The Icahn School of Medicine is a leader in patient care, biomedical research and dedicated to intellectual exchange. The CME department pulls the best talent from the medical school and puts on many courses per year. If you are a primary care physician, nurse practitioner, physician's assistant or even a fellow or resident, then we highly recommend you attend this course. You can find out more about this event by reading their flyer and reserve your spot by following this link.