CME Courses - Southern Medical Association

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .5

Work Life Balance: Changing the Equation in Your Favor

After all we’ve been through in the last year, do you feel the need to reconnect with what brings you joy in practicing medicine? A course designed to reconnect you with the joy of medicine.

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .25

Hospitalist Readiness to Assess and Evaluate Resident Progress

In this podcast, readiness of hospitalists to assess and evaluate resident progress, the role of faculty development in the evaluative process, as well as strategies to help hospitalists assess and evaluate trainee progress is discussed. In addition, insight regarding the current state of evaluation of learners and where it could be headed in the near future is explored.

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .25

Prophylactic Transfusion During Pregnancy for Women with Sickle Cell Disease

In this podcast, Dr. Everett Magann discusses prophylactic transfusion during pregnancy for women with sickle cell disease. Dr. Magann is the corresponding author of an article appearing in the April 2021 issue of the Southern Medical Journal that addresses this topic.

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Osteoporosis in Adult Patients with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Special Considerations for Diagnosis, Prevention, and Management

This course addresses special considerations related to the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis in adult patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

CME Course | $1 | Credits: 10

Ethical and Clinical Aspects of COVID-19: Where are We One Year Later?

We discuss how clinical outpatient care has been affected by COVID, how physicians have been coping, and the medical profession’s response to the pandemic and ethical issues in patient care are discussed.

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .50

Residency Interviewing During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Insight from a Fourth-Year Medical Student and the Health Sciences Distinguished Professor/Previous Dean of the USC School of Medicine

The components of virtual interviews and social events, potential advantages and drawbacks of not interviewing in person, the recommendations of the Association of American Medical Colleges to address residency interview allocation, and how the match process may differ in 2021 from previous years is discussed.

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Alpha-Gal Allergy as a Cause of Intestinal Symptoms in a Gastroenterology Community Practice

Immunoglobulin E to alpha-gal may be an underrecognized but frequent cause of gastrointestinal tract symptoms in eastern North America in the habitat distribution of the Lone Star tick.

Posted in: Gastroenterology5

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .75

Probiotics 2021: Fulfilling the Promise & Understanding and Treating Cl difficile

The latest information on probiotics, Clostridium difficile, and fecal transplants is presented.

Posted in: Gastroenterology5

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .75

The Missing Curriculum: How to Grow, Heal, and Thrive in the Practice of Medicine

In this podcast, Dr. Lauren Kosinski, the founder of Metamorphosis Medicine, recommends 4 cornerstones for reclaiming joy and fulfillment in the practice of medicine and is offering practices and instruction to help foster addressing them.

CME Course | $5 | Credits: .75

Managing Thyroid Disorders

In this presentation, Dr. Veronica Piziak discusses the management of thyroid disorders including thyroid disease as it relates to COVID-19, screening for thyroid disease, and recognizing when and how to treat various thyroid conditions. In addition she provides information regarding abnormal thyroid function in critical illness and the management of hyperthyroidism.

Posted in: Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism3 Thyroid Disorders1

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