Long Term COVID Care in Primary Care

Webinar/Online

Friday, May 21, 2021 at 2:00pm ET - 4:15pm ET

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Topic

COVID, Primary Care, COVID Special Populations

Speaker(s)

Neil Skolnik, MD; Charles P. Vega, MD, FAAFP

Credits Offered

This event offers 2.0 contact hours to attendees.
Accredited by NPACE.

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This is a FREE webinar!

COVID has numerous ramifications to navigate long-term. Join us on May 21st for this important webinar presented by Dr. Neil Skolnik, a family practice physician and professor of community medicine at Temple University.  

NPACE WEBINAR: Long Term COVID Care in Primary Care

 
Description
This infectious disease has numerous ramifications to navigate long-term. This lecture on Post-Acute Sequela of COVID19 Syndrome (PASC) or long hauler syndrome will discuss the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and clinical approach to PASC.

Learning Objectives
As a result of this activity, the learner will be able to:
  1.  Describe the prevalence of Post Acute Sequalae COVID19
  2.  Discuss the clinical features of Post Acute Sequalae COVID19
  3.  Implement evaluation of patients with Post Acute Sequalae COVID19

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DKB MED PARTNER PROGRAM: COVID-19: Keeping Up with a Moving Target – Improving Health Equity

Speaker(s): Charles P. Vega, MD, FAAFP & Dinora Chinchilla, MD, MBA    

Learning Objectives
 - Describe current management strategies and identify potential treatments for mild to moderate COVID-19, with a specific focus on vulnerable populations.
 - Evaluate best practices for managing patients with COVID-19 using monoclonal antibodies and other agents, with a focus on efficacy against emerging viral variants.
 - Clinicians require education about treating people with COVID-19 requiring hospitalization.
 - Describe current management strategies and identify potential treatments for COVID-19 requiring hospitalization.

This webinar event is comprised of two presentations. The presentations provide 1.0 CE credit each, for a total of 2.0 CE credits.