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Internal Medicine Review for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Primary Care Physicians
Siebens Medical Education Building
100 Second Ave. SW Rochester, MN
Rochester, MN
This annual interdisciplinary course offers participants an overview of current topics in internal medicine including interactive case studies using automated audience response system. Interdisciplinary speakers present diverse clinical topics chosen for applicability to NP/PA and primary care physician practice settings. As complex patients transition care to the outpatient arena, current guideline based medicine typically iniatiated in hospital setting continues to be important as patients are managed outside the hospital setting (MI core measures, pneumonia guidelines, hypertension management, Acute MI presentation, stable ischemic heart disease, etc.)


Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
07:00:00 Registration with Continental Breakfast
07:30:00 Welcome and Introduction Jane Linderbaum
07:45:00 Bridging for Anticoagulation
08:35:00 Vascular Physical Exam
09:25:00 Refreshments/Exhibits
09:55:00 Complex Contraceptive Cases Petra Casey
10:45:00 Valvular Heart Disease – When to Refer
11:35:00 Lunch
12:35:00 Dermatology Pearls and Pitfalls
13:25:00 Difficult Patient Encounters
14:15:00 Break/Exhibits
14:45:00 Imaging Pearls for the Clinician Adam Weisbrod
15:35:00 Cardiovascular Cases from the Guidelines - Update Your Knowledge Jane Linderbaum
16:25:00 Geriatric Polypharmacy Christopher Arendt
17:15:00 Closing Comments
17:30:00 Reception
Thursday, September 13, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast and Registration
07:30:00 Welcome
07:45:00 Transcutaneous Aortic Valve Implantation Update Charanjit Rihal
08:35:00 Hypercalcemia: When to Work Up, When to Worry Sara Oberhelman
09:25:00 Refreshments/Exhibits
09:55:00 Cervical Cancer Screening Update Philip MacLaughlin
10:45:00 Keynote Speaker – Healthy Heart For Life Martha Grogan
11:35:00 Lunch
12:35:00 Endocarditis Prophylaxis for Primary Care Clinicians Michael Cullen
13:25:00 To Screen or Not to Screen for Breast Cancer? That is NOT the Question Deborah Rhodes
14:15:00 Afternoon Break/Exhibits
14:45:00 Break-out Session I
14:55:00 Basic ECG Overview Jane Linderbaum, Danika Nelson
15:15:00 Bariatric Surgery: Lifelong Care in the Primary Care Setting Jamie Haraden
15:35:00 Break
15:45:00 Breakout Session II
15:55:00 Adolescent Autonomic Dysfunction Shelley Ahrens, Philip R. Fischer
16:15:00 Care After Cardiovascular Surgery
16:35:00 Break
16:45:00 Breakout Session III
16:55:00 Cardiovascular Cases from the Practice Danika Nelson
17:15:00 Diabetic Foot Care Overview
17:35:00 Closing Comments
17:45:00 Tours
Friday, September 14, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast and Registration
07:30:00 Welcome/Introductions Jane Linderbaum, Daryl Chutka
07:45:00 Keynote Speaker – Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy – An Ongoing Problem Daryl Chutka
08:35:00 PPI in Infants & Adults - Should I Stay or Should I Go Christopher Arendt
09:25:00 Refreshments/Exhibits
09:55:00 Antibiotic Stewardship
10:45:00 An Approach to Dizziness: Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and Migraine Neil T. Shepard
11:35:00 Lunch
12:35:00 Break-out Sessions Breakout I: Basic Surgical
12:40:00 Suture Skill Lab
12:45:00 Breakout II: ENT Potpourri
12:50:00 Sinusitis
12:55:00 Hoarseness-Is It Always Refluz?
13:00:00 Breakout III: Asthma/COPD/PFT
13:05:00 United Airways: An Integrated Approach to Airway Disorders
13:55:00 Afternoon Break
14:15:00 Break-out Sessions Breakout I: Advanced Surgical Suture Skill Lab
14:20:00 Breakout II: Diabetes Care Diabetes Managment, Insulin and Beyond Jennifer Horn
14:25:00 Breakout III: Gastrointestinal
14:30:00 Issues for the Generalist
14:35:00 Abnormal Liver Tests – Practical Interpretation Andrea Gossard, Karen Hanson
15:35:00 Adjourn
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