Selected Topics in Internal Medicine live course in Las Vegas, NV
Enhance your internal medicine knowledge to help treat your adult patients with multiple conditions and comorbidities.
Be better prepared to treat an extensive array of conditions by attending the AAFP’s Selected Topics in Internal Medicine live course in Las Vegas, NV, Nov. 12-15.
Take a trip to the strip, earn up to 26.75 AAFP Prescribed credits, and receive cutting-edge, evidence-based education on:
Enjoy didactic and interactive sessions. Learn from leading experts in internal medicine and family medicine on topics that include diabetes (advanced), endocrinology, gastrointestinal disorders, geriatrics, cardiovascular disease, ICD-10 coding, infectious diseases, musculoskeletal medicine, women’s health, allergies and immunology, and more.
Save when you register by Oct. 15. Register now or call (800) 274-2237.
Stay for SAM Working Group Sessions, Heart Failure on Nov. 15 and Well Child Care on Nov. 16.
Attend a FREE webinar on Extended-Release/Long-Acting Opioids: Achieving Safe Use While Improving Patient Care. There are 4 scheduled webinars during the next few months. These 90-minute webinars include the latest evidence-based information and practical tools you will put immediately to use, and much more. A post-activity assessment will help you gauge your increase in knowledge and competency.Upon completion of the assessment and evaluation you will receive 1.5 AAFP Prescribed credits and we'll send you both the faculty slides and additional resources you can use to improve your care of patients.
See the full schedule below:
Elwood L. Schmidt, MD, a Nevada Academy member for many years, has written and published A History of EMS in Nevada. He has included histories from every county and most entities providing EMS in the state. EMS providers of many levels are represented as are many Academy members and other physicians.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is the agency overseeing standards for testing and licensing of commercial motor vehicle drivers including:
In addition to rigorous training, individuals who wish to become interstate Commercial Motor Vehicle drivers must be seen by a "Certified Medical Examiner".
Effective May 21, 2014, all health care professionals who perform physical examinations and issue medical certificates for CMV drivers will be required to complete accredited certification training and pass an examination. Upon completion of the training course, the NAFP will provide you with the certificate that you will need to take to the testing center in order to take the NRCME test. Instruction given will include the core curriculum specifications established by the FMCSA.
We will be holding a training at Harrah's Lake Tahoe on January 24, 2015 from 8:30a-5p. Please click the link below to register now: