Hot Topics In Primary Care Conference 2018

Event contact title
Sponsorship Manager
Event contact first name
Elaine
Event contact last name
White
Email
ewhite@cforums.com
Event contact telephone number
925-828-7100
Description

The 9th annual Hot Topics in Primary Care conference is returning to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Surrounded by this stunning natural setting and a town filled with adventures, NPs, MDs, PAs and RNs will expand their knowledge and sharpen their skills. This conference addresses the challenges faced by practitioners in primary care settings, including updates in disease prevention, treatment and management. It emphasizes on the areas of Cardiovascular, Gastrointestinal (GI), Endocrinology, Rheumatology, and Gerontology, featuring topics such as diabetes, new medications in Cardiology, Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), dietary dilemmas, obesity, weight management, and elderly care. Join your colleagues and our outstanding panel of clinically active faculty members in thought-provoking discussions throughout this conference.

Highlights of the conference include:

  •  A preconference, “The Management of Acute-on-Chronic Illness” underlines acute exacerbations of chronic conditions, their prevention and management.
  • A comprehensive approach to primary care, including discussions on cardiologic issues, gastrointestinal and kidney disease, elderly care, dermatology prescribing and nutrigenomics.
  • “Hot Topics” practitioners face in their daily practice, addressed in a variety of teaching styles including didactic sessions, faculty panels, Concurrent Sessions, and interactive case study discussions.
  • The wonders and natural beauty of Jackson Hole, where visitors can explore both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and endless outdoor activities.

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