(Complimentary hot breakfast included)
Presented by Kerr Russell, PLC
*This session is not eligible for Category 1 or MOC credit.
- Describe new knowledge in the field of infectious disease that has implications for current as well as future clinical practice.
- Discuss effective biochemical ways to prevent the transmission of HIV.
- Summarize the major research findings on PEP, TasP, and PrEP.
- Identify how to access current recommendations on the use of PrEP, TasP, and PEP in clinical practice.
- Name potential candidates for these new HIV therapies.
- Discuss influenza vaccine and treatment recommendations.
- Identify strategies to improve influenza vaccination rates.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Patricia Brown, MD, FACP, FIDSA, Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Wayne State University School of Medicine; and Associate Chief of Staff for Medicine, John Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit
What’s New in Infectious Disease
Jennifer Veltman, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
HIV Prevention: PreP, TasP, and PEP for Primary Care
Sorabh Dhar, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine; and Director of Infection Prevention & Hospital Epidemiology, John D. Dingell VA Medical Center, Detroit
Influenza 2017-2018: What Have We Learned
- Utilize the American Diabetes Association general recommendations for anti-hyperglycemic therapy in T2DM.
- Apply shared decision-making models to develop comprehensive lifestyle modification plans that are tailored for each patient's unique characteristics and heath profiles, including cultural considerations and dietary preferences.
- Assess and re-assess patients' individual profiles and preferences as treatment plans develop and evolve.
- Implement treatment strategies that reflect recent advances in insulin and incretin-based treatment strategies for the management of T2DM.
- List recent advances in combination treatment strategies for patients with T2DM, and identify patients who may benefit from such regimens.
- Relate the pathophysiology of deteriorating renal function to the challenges of maintaining glycemic control diabetes initiative.
- Discuss a plan to monitor renal function and glycemic control for patients with CKD and diabetes.
- Incorporate the latest clinical evidence for slowing the progression of CKD in patients with diabetes.
- Discuss the implications of diabetic kidney and end stage renal disease.
COURSE DIRECTOR: Arti Bhan, MD, FACE, Division Head, Endocrinology, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
Sharon Lahiri, MD, Senior Staff Physician Director, Endocrinology Fellowship Program, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, Bone and Mineral Disorders, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
Use of a Patient-Centered Approach to Individualize A1c Goal and Pharmacotherapy in Type
Ebru Sulanc, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Division of Endocrinology, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
Update on Insulin Management
James E. Novak, MD, PhD, FACP, FASN, FNKF, Nephrology Fellowship Program Director, Henry Ford Health System; and Associate Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
Diabetic Kidney Disease: What’s New, What’s Hot
- Analyze the need for patient assessment of pain management medications.
- Assess barriers to change.
- Recognize a balance between pain management and overuse of medications.
- Outline CDC Guidelines.
- Describe the new opioid law and its impact.
SPEAKER: Carl Christensen, MD, PhD, D-FASAM, FACOG, cMRO, Clinical Associate Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and OB Gyn, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
- Describe the types and venues of human trafficking.
- Explain how to identify victims of human trafficking in health care settings for adults and minors.
- List resources for reporting, when suspecting an adult or child is a victim of human trafficking.
- Discuss myths regarding human trafficking.
SPEAKER: Dena Nazer, MD, FAAP, Chief, Child Protection Team, Children's Hospital of Michigan; Wayne State University; and Kids Talk Children’s Advocacy Center, Detroit
- Recognize the relationship between health behaviors, chronic disease, and quality of life.
- Incorporate daily self-care routines to reduce stress and relieve burnout while building physical and emotional resilience with self-regulation.
- Demonstrate lifestyle patterns of behavior based in long-term health and wellness.
- Develop self-individualized wellness plan.
COURSE DIRECTOR: James Blessman, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Vita McCabe, MD, Chair, Physician Wellness and Resilience Committee, Trinity Health Headquarters, Livonia
Angela Nuzzarello, MD, Associate Dean, Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, Rochester
Anne Dohrenwend, PhD, ABPP, Licensed Psychologist, American Psychological Association, Board Certification, Clinical Health Psychology, Flint