Online and Enduring Materials
Care of assault victims requires medical and legal knowledge administered with compassion. This program is intended to help clinicians become familiar with their state statutes about sexual assault and understand the process of assessing, treating, and supporting the victims.
This program uses 4 interactive cases to illustrate common issues in the evaluation of suspected child maltreatment and provides practical approaches that can be applied in any primary care or emergency department setting.
This program introduces physicians to the principles and practices of palliative medicine. It covers medical therapies designed to reduce suffering, techniques to improve patient and family communication, strategies to enhance coordination of care, and actions necessary to facilitate hospice care.
Physicians must recognize and account for linguistic factors that affect patients' understanding of medical information. This course will help you meet your ethical responsibilities and reduce the risks that can arise from unsuccessful communication by teaching you how to work with trained medical interpreters.
This program will help you better recognize abuse in your practice. It will teach you how to assist your patients who are in abusive relationships. It will provide you with management strategies that will aid you and your staff.
This course will improve your ability to deliver culturally effective care in the clinical setting. You will have an opportunity to practice your skills using case examples of various patients with type 2 diabetes. You will also learn about the latest guidelines and research on diabetes prevention, screening, and treatment.
This program deals with infection control, patient safety, and risk management. It includes evidence-based risk management practices and guidelines for controlling the spread of infectious diseases. We will give you a chance to improve your knowledge and practice your skills for dealing with blood borne infection, drug resistant organisms, and outpatient respiratory illness.
This course helps you to recognize that restoration of immunologic function in persons with HIV disease may lead to the immune reconstitution syndrome, diagnose and manage occult opportunistic infections in persons with newly treated HIV disease, and treat CNS cryptococcal disease in persons with AIDS.
This course helps you to diagnose the clinical syndrome of porphyria cutanea tarda, diagnose hepatitis C, and adjust the treatment of hepatitis C based on viral genotype and liver pathology.