Optimizing Clinical Outcomes: Inhibitors, Clotting Factors, and Gene Therapy in Hemophilia

Section 3 of a 3-part series. Hemophilia, primarily diagnosed in infancy and early childhood, is a genetic disorder characterized by spontaneous or excessive bleeding predominantly into the weight-bearing joints or muscles. Most individuals are impacted through adolescence, adulthood, and into old age. This CME-accredited activity will review recent breakthroughs addressing the limitations of regular, prophylactic infusion of missing coagulation factors VIII/IX, discuss current and emerging th...
EXCEL Continuing Education

Hemophilia in a Changing Treatment Landscape

Section 2 of a 3-part series. Hemophilia, primarily diagnosed in infancy and early childhood, is a genetic disorder characterized by spontaneous or excessive bleeding predominantly into the weight-bearing joints or muscles. Most individuals are impacted through adolescence, adulthood, and into old age. This CME-accredited activity will review recent breakthroughs addressing the limitations of regular, prophylactic infusion of missing coagulation factors VIII/IX, discuss current and emerging th...
EXCEL Continuing Education

FGF23, X-Linked Hypophosphatemia (XLH) and Tumor-Induced Osteomalacia (TIO): Emerging Treatments

X-linked hypophosphatemia (XLH) is an inherited, lifelong disease of phosphate metabolism in which inactivating mutations of the PHEX gene causes a loss of phosphate wasting and leads to an increased concentration of fibroblast growth factor 23 (FGF23), which regulates the reabsorption of phosphate in the kidneys. Simply stated, XLH is known for increased secretion of FGF-23, which leads to hypophosphatemia and consequently osteomalacia, rickets, and skeletal deformities. The principle acqu...
EXCEL Continuing Education

Lysosomal Storage Disorders: Neurological Manifestations

Lysosomal storage disorders are a clinically heterogeneous group of inborn errors of metabolism, associated with the accumulation of incompletely degraded macromolecules within several cellular sites. Affected individuals present with a broad range of clinical problems, including hepatosplenomegaly and skeletal dysplasia. Onset of symptoms may range from birth to adulthood. Most are associated with neurologic features including developmental delay, behavioral/psychiatric disturbances, seizures...
EXCEL Continuing Education

Comprehensive Colposcopy

This evidence-based course is designed for the beginning/intermediate colposcopist. It will also benefit clinicians needing updated information about Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines, the ASCCP Risk-Based Management Consensus Guidelines for Managing Abnormal Cervical Cancer Screening Tests and Cancer Precursors, Colposcopy Standards, and new concepts about HPV screening and triage, treatment methods, and HPV epidemiology. The course is designed to improve competencies I medical knowledge,...
ASCCP

The Next Chapter: Post-Care After COVID-19 Recovery

What are the recommended follow-up and post-care strategies for patients who have recovered from COVID-19? In this concise 15-minute CME-certified vlog, hear from leading Pulmonology expert, Imre Noth, MD, Chief of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine from the University of Virginia School of Medicine who will discuss long-term post-COVID-19 monitoring strategies. Learn the latest guidance and clinical evidence.
ACHL

COVID-19 and Its Impact on Patient Care: What Gastroenterologists Need to Know

This Live and OnDemand webcast provides clinicians with the latest information and consensus recommendations for the management of patients with IBD during the COVID-19 era. Expert faculty will also examine the latest evidence on treatment and prevention strategies for COVID-19. At the end of this CE activity, participants should be able to: -Apply optimal strategies to manage patients with IBD during the COVID-19 pandemic. -Examine the latest evidence on current and emerging treatment ...
CME Outfitters

Saturday Morning Coffee with Experts in NASH: What Is The Update?

In this CME Outfitters webcast, a renowned panel of experts will highlight the underlying mechanisms of NASH via innovative augmented reality (AR) animations and present real-world case scenarios to share clinical insights on how to choose appropriate non-invasive diagnostic modalities, as well as translate latest data on emerging targeted therapies and their implications for clinical practice. At the end of this CE activity, participants should be able to: -Summarize the epidemiology of...
CME Outfitters

Bringing Precision Medicine to Cholangiocarcinoma With Mitesh Borad, MD

STATEMENT OF NEED With an estimated incidence of 8,000 new cases per year, cholangiocarcinoma is a rare and aggressive tumor type that accounts for only 3% of all gastrointestinal cancers. Outcomes are poor, with 5-year survival rates ranging from 24% to as low as 2%. In this episode of Oncology Data Advisor, Mitesh J. Borad, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of the Liver and Biliary Cancer Research Program at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center in Phoenix, Arizona, joins i3 Health...
i3 Health

Ace the Case: A 79-Year-Old Man With Anemia and High IgA Level

This educational activity utilizes a case study to discuss treatment options for transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma (MM) patients.
Penn State College of Medicine, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, RedMedEd

Oral Therapy for Outpatient Management of Multiple Myeloma: Options for the COVID-19 Era

Oncology health care providers (HCPs) who manage patients with multiple myeloma (MM) face new challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic—in particular, the need to balance the risk of delaying or altering MM therapy against the risk of disease progression in a patient population that is practicing social distancing and is at high risk of complications (or worse) from COVID-19. Successfully confronting these challenges will require oncology HCPs to adjust some practice strategies (eg, relying on...
Jointly provided by Purdue University College of Pharmacy, RedMedEd, and the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

2021 American Conference for the Treatment of HIV

The 15th annual ACTHIV is a state-of-the-science conference specifically targeted toward U.S. frontline providers of care to persons at risk of, or with HIV infection.
Meeting Masters

Online CE/CME - New Drug Update 2020 Part 2

Earn 5 hours of ACPE or AAFP (AMA Category 2 credit) at the location of your choosing. At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: 1. Discuss the new drugs with respect to their pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, approved and unapproved indications. 2. Describe their adverse effects and drug interaction that may affect patient compliance. 3. Compare efficacy, dosage and cost to existing agents. 4. Discuss the patient oriented outcomes or evidence that may ...
University Learning Systems

Online CE/CME - New Drug Update 2020 Part 1

Earn 5 hours of ACPE or AAFP (AMA Category 2 credit) at the location of your choosing. At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: 1. Identify recent FDA drug communications, including but not limited to, labeling changes, warnings, new indications, new dosage forms and MedWatch alerts. 2. Discuss the new drugs with respect to their pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, approved and unapproved indications. 3. Describe their adverse effects and drug interaction t...
University Learning Systems

Treatment Options for Multiple Myeloma Patients Who Have Relapsed From or Are Refractory to Multiple Therapies

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION Multiple myeloma (MM) patients inevitably experience relapse or develop resistance to initial multidrug combinations in spite of high complete response rates, but a growing number of these patients are benefiting from the availability of several novel agents. Patients who have not responded satisfactorily to the three main classes of drugs currently used to treat myeloma (proteasome inhibitors, immunomodulatory drugs, and anti-CD38 monoclonal antibodies)—a group known a...
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, RedMedEd, and Purdue University

Strategies to Improve Management of ADPKD: Navigating Pitfalls and Overcoming Challenges

Although the most common inherited renal disorder, autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. Nephrologists report that ADPKD is associated with the highest unmet need among renal diseases. Unmet needs for the optimal care of patients with ADPKD include improved management of renal and extrarenal manifestations and recognition of genetic factors. With the advent of disease-modifying therapy for ADPKD, it is important to identify patients most...
CMEology

Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma: What’s Next for Patients?

Though treatable, multiple myeloma (MM) remains incurable. Patients inevitably experience relapse or develop resistance to initial multidrug combinations in spite of high complete response (CR) rates. The growing number of novel agents holds increasing promise of benefit for patients who relapse and/or become refractory to therapy, but improving the prognosis for these patients requires clinicians to adjust their therapeutic strategies based on the availability of these agents. There remains a...
Purdue University College of Pharmacy

Ace the Case: A 42-Year-Old Woman With Anemia and Elevated Serum Total Protein

This educational activity will utilize a case study to discuss minimal residual disease measurement and treatment options for newly diagnosed multiple myeloma patients who are eligible for autologous stem cell transplant (ASCT).
Penn State College of Medicine, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, RedMedEd

Novel Treatment Options in Mantle Cell Lymphoma With Gilles Salles, MD, PhD

An aggressive form of B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma, mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) is a challenging disease to treat, with a median overall survival of 6 to 7 years. Even in patients who achieve a complete response, recurrence and relapse are still frequent. In this episode of Oncology Data Advisor, Gilles Salles, MD, PhD, Chief of the Lymphoma Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, joins i3 Health for a discussion that covers the efficacy of newly developed Bruton tyrosine kinase (BTK)...
i3 Health

Straight Talk with the Expert Surrounding COVID-19 and Your Patients with ILD

Dr. Imre Noth summarizes what we have learned through August 2020 about COVID-19 and its implications for patients with interstitial lung disease (ILD) while providing his own front-line clinical experiences. Talking points include mitigating risks of COVID-19 in patients with ILD, strategies to help patients continue ILD treatment and supportive care, as well as strategies to differentiate post-ARDS fibrosis and ILDs. This activity is intended for primary care providers, pulmonologists, re...
ACHL

A Collaborative Approach to Pain: Working with Your Patients to Reach an Informed Pain Management Plan

There are currently 50 million Americans living with chronic pain, which can result in restrictions in mobility and daily activities, dependence on opioids, anxiety and depression, and reduced quality of life (QoL) leading to it being one of the most common reasons for seeking medical care. To effectively and safely manage this patient population, individualized, multimodal, and multidisciplinary care is imperative, with risk assessment being critical to providing the best possible patient-cen...
CME Outfitters

Talking Safety and NSAIDs

There are many myths surrounding the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and while it is important to dispel these myths, it is also imperative to understand what risks might be involved. NSAIDs, like all medications, carry the potential for side effects and other dangers that must be understood for effective use in pain management. Following the CMEOCast podcast episode that busts the aforementioned NSAID myths, this fourth and final episode in the series features expert ...
CME Outfitters

Myth Busting about NSAIDs and Bone Health

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) have recently become one of the top post-procedure pain management recommendations, and in most cases, a suitable replacement to the use of opioids. Unfortunately, myths about NSAIDs inhibiting bone healing and increasing fracture risks are prevalent, despite the lack of clinical evidence that NSAIDs impair healing. The third episode of this CMEOCast series focuses on busting these myths about NSAIDs and bone health by applying evidence and guid...
CME Outfitters

Improving Outcomes for Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis: Integrating a Comprehensive, Patient-Centered Care Model into Your Practice

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA), a serious and potentially disabling condition, affects approximately 30% of patients with psoriasis, with the joint involvement often occurring about 10 years after the appearance of skin disease. PsA causes not only physical and functional impairments but also has a negative impact on overall quality of life. While dermatologists have an important role in early detection of PsA, patients often have overlapping treatment needs that require collaborative care between ...
CME Outfitters

Updates on the Management of Insomnia: Expert Guidance Through the Latest Clinical Trials on Dual Orexin Receptor Antagonists

This video is a replay of a plenary session from the 12th Annual Chair Summit Master Class for Neuroscience Professional Development held in Las Vegas, NV from February 27 - 29, 2020. Learning Objectives At the end of this CE activity, participants should be able to: Query your patients about insomnia to facilitate diagnosis and treatment to reduce the personal, clinical, and societal burden it imposes. Examine the role of orexin in sleep/wake regulation to facilitate treatment selecti...
CME Outfitters

Diagnosis and Treatment of Pediatric Narcolepsy with Cataplexy

Diagnosing and managing pediatric narcolepsy with cataplexy poses a significant challenge to clinicians. In younger children, EDS may be vague and present as behavioral problems or concentration difficulties, and its treatment is considered to be similar to that of adults. Yet, the same challenges in diagnosing and treating narcolepsy in adults seem to be exacerbated in children. Validated tools such as EDS-CHAD can improve the detection of EDS in pediatric narcolepsy, and it is imperative ...
CME Outfitters

Bringing UC Clinical Decision-Making into Focus for 2020: Identify the Right Treatment for the Right Patient at the Right Time

The management of ulcerative colitis (UC) is evolving. In the last 2 years, the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) and the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) released updated, evidence-based treatment guidelines with recommendations for disease stratification, prognosis, treatment options, and disease monitoring. Additionally, new efficacy, safety, and comparative effectiveness data from advanced treatment options are now available, and the list is expected to grow with the...
CME Outfitters

Laying to Rest Challenges in Managing Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea or Narcolepsy- An Augmented Reality Experience

Excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) is a common symptom of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and narcolepsy. EDS is often associated with traffic accidents and occupational incidents, cognitive impairments, and increased risk of medical and psychiatric comorbidities, resulting in poorer quality of life (QoL) and increased mortality. Yet, the burden of EDS is often underestimated and devising effective strategies for management poses a significant challenge. Advances in sleep medicine have offere...
CME Outfitters

Are We Ready for Psychedelics?

A variety of psychedelic agents have been studied for the clinical purpose of treating psychiatric disorders, such as psilocybin for mood and anxiety disorders and 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA) for PTSD. While they were effective in reducing symptoms, with many participants rating their experiences as among the most profound and meaningful of their lives, neuroimaging studies with these and other psychedelic agents are still in their early stages. Given the strength of these findin...
CME Outfitters

Switching and Monitoring Your Patients with RRMS

Predictors of poor prognosis in multiple sclerosis (MS) can include demographic and environmental factors, clinical factors, MRI observations, and biomarkers. Early initiation of appropriate therapy is key when personalizing treatment for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), as is having a plan to determine sub-optimal responders, approaches to switching or escalating therapy, and consideration of more aggressive therapies for patients with silent advanced disease or early signs of p...
CME Outfitters

Managing Your MS Patients in the Era of COVID-19

While MS itself does not increase the risk of contracting COVID-19, treatment decisions should be individualized and made collaboratively between the patient and his or her healthcare provider during the current pandemic. It is imperative that clinicians recognize which patients will benefit from which disease-modifying therapies (DMTs), and that they address patient concerns and provide tools on what patients can do at home with family and caregivers. This CMEOCast podcast focuses on treat...
CME Outfitters

Managing Neurologic Disease in the Era of Covid-19: Focus on Botulinum Toxin

In response to the spread of COVID-19, it is important to develop a plan for effective and timely patient triage. Especially for patients with spasticity, this initial assessment must factor in quality of life (QoL). It is also critical to provide the appropriate level of care to all patients, irrespective of COVID-19 infection status. Along with assessing QoL, clinicians must ensure medication adherence and stay connected with their patients to address concerns and provide valuable educationa...
CME Outfitters

The Importance of Care Coordination for Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriasis (PsO) and psoriatic arthritis (PsA) are complex disorders that require coordinated care between dermatologists and rheumatologists. Challenges to effective management include a lack of education of patients and health care providers (HCPs), suboptimal communication, and clinicians' lack of a holistic treatment approach. The third episode of this BriefCase series on challenging cases in PsO and PsA features a physician-patient office scenario video on educating the patient and stra...
CME Outfitters

Differentiating Psoriasis in Skin of Color

Psoriasis (PsO) is a chronic, inflammatory skin disorder affecting about 1%-3% of the world's population. There are many challenges in diagnosing and successfully managing individuals with PsO. For example, while there are similarities in PsO among ethnic groups, there are notable differences in presentation, quality of life, and treatment of PsO in people with skin of color. The first episode of this four-episode CME Outfitters BriefCase learning series includes a video clinical encounter ...
CME Outfitters

Spasticity: Diagnosis and Management with Focus on Botulinum Toxin

This video is a replay of a plenary session from the 12th Annual Chair Summit Master Class for Neuroscience Professional Development held in Las Vegas, NV from February 27 - 29, 2020. At the end of this CE activity, participants should be able to: -Recognize the varied presentations of spasticity. -Develop individualized treatment strategies based on shared goals and available treatment options.
CME Outfitters

Translating Evidence to Practice: Approaches for Individualism and Patient-Centered MS Care

This video is a replay of a plenary session from the 12th Annual Chair Summit Master Class for Neuroscience Professional Development held in Las Vegas, NV from February 27 - 29, 2020. At the end of this CE activity, participants should be able to: -Evaluate the latest clinical data on the safety and efficacy of current and emerging therapies for MS and develop a patient centered care plan.
CME Outfitters

Ulcerative Colitis in the 21st Century: Incorporating Guidelines and Real-World Evidence in Practice to Enhance Patient-Centered Care

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a heterogeneous disorder that requires an individualized approach in order to achieve goals of treatment such as mucosal healing and deep, long-term remission. The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) released updated treatment guidelines in 2019 that include recommendations for disease stratification, prognosis, treatment options, and disease monitoring. These guidelines, along with new efficacy, safety, and comparative effectiveness data and the approval of a...
CME Outfitters

Case Challenge: Incorporate Real-World Evidence in the Management of Hormone Receptor-Positive Metastatic Breast Cancer

The use of real-world data (RWD) to generate real-world evidence (RWE) that reflects the complexity of usual treatment patterns of oncology care and clinical outcomes, and represents a broader spectrum of patients, can provide treatment benefit estimates outside the well-defined framework of trial settings. The potential for RWE is particularly significant in the oncology setting, where combination therapy offers great benefits for patients. Cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) 4 and 6 inhibitors in ...
CME Outfitters

Streamlining the Journey to a Cure: Optimizing the Hepatitis C Virus Care Cascade

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a major cause of cirrhosis, liver cancer, and mortality worldwide. The opioid crisis has caused a rise in injection drug use, which has contributed significantly to the increase in HCV infections. The United States experienced a 238% increase in new HCV infections between 2010 and 2016, which has led to a goal to eliminate hepatitis by treating 80% of patients with hepatitis B virus (HBV) and HCV by 2030. The American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases/Infec...
CME Outfitters

The Road to Remission: Assessing Today's Treatment Goals in Crohn's Disease

Crohn’s disease (CD), an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that affects at least 780,000 people in the United States, has recently seen its management goals evolve from merely controlling flares to achieving and sustaining deep remission, which can help a patient avoid progressive bowel wall damage. The only treatments effective in achieving durable deep remission are novel targeted therapies, which makes it imperative for clinicians to have a working knowledge of these treatments and to opti...
CME Outfitters

Addressing Nutritional Gaps: Simple Steps for the Primary Care Provider

LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Identify common shortfalls in the typical American diet. • Address the link between poor diet quality and chronic disease. • Identify patients at risk for vitamin deficiency and potential vitamin– drug interactions. • Recognize patients with vitamin and mineral deficiencies. • Partner with patients regarding selection and appropriate use of vitamin and mineral supplements to achieve recommended dietary allowances Although nutrition experts often adv...
Primary Care Education Consortium

Recognition and Management of a Less Common Cause of Chronic Kidney Disease: Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this review article on ADPKD, participants should be able to: • Identify people at high risk for ADPKD • Conduct a diagnostic evaluation • Initiate evidence-based therapy to slow kidney progression and treat extra-renal manifestations Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is the most common hereditary kidney disorder with an incidence of 1 in 1000 live births in the United States. The progressive development and enlargement of rena...
Primary Care Education Consortium

Review of LDL-C Lowering with Focus on New and Emerging Agents

LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Identify the benefits and limitations of statin therapy as a treatment option for lowering LDL-C. • Intensify treatment in appropriate patients or refer for intensification. • Describe the safety and efficacy of ezetimibe, bempedoic acid, PCSK9 inhibitors, LDL apheresis. • Describe the safety and efficacy of medications in late-stage development or under review by the FDA for LDL-C reduction There is growing consensus that the “LDL Hypothesis” has been ...
Primary Care Education Consortium

Stemming the Progression of Diabetic Kidney Disease: The Role of the Primary Care Clinician

LEARNING OBJECTIVES At the end of the activity, participants will be able to: • Identify the risks of kidney disease and their consequences in patients with T2DM. • Initiate evidence-based therapy to slow the progression of kidney disease in patients with T2DM and CKD. • Become familiar with the mineralocorticoid receptor antagonist and endothelin receptor antagonist under latephase investigation. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is defined as ≥1 abnormalities of kidney structure or...
Primary Care Education Consortium

Managing the Burden of Dementia-Related Delusions and Hallucinations

LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Identify the burden experienced by patients with dementia-related delusions and hallucinations. • Assess patients with dementia for the presence of delusions and hallucinations. • Individualize treatment in patients with dementia-related delusions and hallucinations. • Align treatment of patients with Parkinson's psychosis with current recommendations Dementia is defined as a clinical syndrome that involves a cognitive impairment severe enough to impair...
Primary Care Education Consortium

An Individualized, Case-Based Approach to the Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Describe the multiple symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and their impact on quality of life • Use a staged strategy for the diagnostic evaluation of IBS based on history and physical examination, including Rome IV criteria • Individualize treatment for IBS based on an evolving understanding of pathophysiologic mechanisms using evidence-based therapies to address patient concerns and improve quality of life TARGET AUDIENCE Family physicians and...
Primary Care Education Consortium

Best of the Big Apple OB-GYN Ultrasound 2020 - Live Stream Webinar

Target Audience This course is designed for physicians and sonographers in the fields of gynecologic and obstetric imaging, as well as residents in obstetrics and gynecology, or radiology, and fellows in maternal-fetal medicine. This course may also be valuable to family physicians practicing obstetrics, advanced practice nurses​ and physician assistants working in gynecology and obstetrics. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: - Form an ap...
World Class CME

Optimizing Patient Outcomes in Pancreatic Cancer With Al B. Benson, MD, FACP, FASCO

With 5-year survival rates of only 37% for local disease, 12% for regional disease, and 3% for distant disease, pancreatic cancer is one of the most aggressive forms of cancer and one of the most challenging to treat. Despite the development of novel treatment approaches, therapeutic options remain limited. In this episode of Oncology Data Advisor, Al B. Benson, MD, Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and Associate Director for Cooperative Groups at...
i3 Health

Ace the Case: A 62-Year-Old Man With Monoclonal Protein Detected on Routine Blood Work

This educational activity will utilize a case study to discuss the diagnostic and management options for a patient with smoldering multiple myeloma.
Penn State College of Medicine, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, RedMedEd

Scale, Bail, or Fail – The B-Cell Lymphoma Edition

Over the last several decades, advances in non-Hodgkin B-cell lymphoma management—including non–chemotherapy-based targeted therapies and new cytogenetic and molecular prognostic testing—have significantly improved patient survival. For clinicians who provide care to patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), keeping pace with these advances and incorporating them into practice can present a challenge. In the format of an entertaining (but challen...
Jointly provided by the Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF), RedMedEd, and Horizon CME.

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