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These five courses purchased individually would be $1975; that’s a $1076 savings! Five online courses are instantly placed in your classroom worth a total of 54.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits (and 25.5 Pharmacology hours).

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Standard Collection 2024 Edition
Activity Title Expiration Credits Rx Hours
Best of Women's Health, Module 1 1/9/2027 10 3
Emergency & Urgent Care Medicine: On Demand Volume 3, Module 1 3/3/2025 9 4
Primary Care Medicine: On Demand Volume 6.1 8/17/2025 15 7
Primary Care On Demand: Diabetes Volume 3 6/2/2026 9 5.5
Primary Care On Demand: Gastroenterology 3/14/2025 11.5 6
Total: 54.5 25.5

Best of Women's Health, Module 1
Session Title Faculty
Session 1 (71 minutes) Menopause/Hormone Therapy… and the HEAT GOES ON! D. Weismiller, MD
Session 2 (52 minutes) First Trimester Pregnancy Complications - All of US See Them! D. Weismiller, MD
Session 3 (66 minutes) Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction: An Unrecognized Cause of Chest Pain in Women E. Michos, MD
Session 4 (62 minutes) Contraception: A Primary Care Review of Best Practices K. Roussos-Ross, MD
Session 5 (53 minutes) Identification and Management of Sexual Transmitted Infections K. Roussos-Ross, MD
Session 6 (62 minutes) Treating (Understanding) Obesity G. Srivastava, MD
Session 7 (57 minutes) Implementing Trauma Informed Care in Medical Practice K. Roussos-Ross, MD
Session 8 (60 minutes) A Migraine Journey Through a Woman’s Life S. Nahas, MD
Session 9 (58 minutes) Case Studies: Headache in Women S. Nahas, MD
Session 10 (62 minutes) Treating Anxiety and Depression in Pregnancy and Postpartum J. Riddle, MD

Emergency & Urgent Care Medicine: On Demand Volume 3, Module 1
Session Title Faculty
Session 1 (55 minutes) A Conversation: ATS Guideline on Community-Acquired Pneumonia R. Dachs, MD & R. Seheult, MD
Session 2 (39 minutes) Abdominal Pain in the Bariatric Patient A. Graham, MD
Session 3 (53 minutes) Acute Respiratory Failure/Mechanical Ventilation R. Seheult, MD
Session 4 (37 minutes) Kawasaki Disease and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) R. Dachs, MD
Session 5 (29 minutes) Minor Trauma in Late Pregnancy R. Bloch, MD
Session 6 (36 minutes) More than You Ever Wanted to Know About IUDs R. Bloch, MD
Session 7 (44 minutes) Oh No, It's Neonate! R. Bloch, MD
Session 8 (54 minutes) Panel Discussion: Medical Literature Review 1 R. Dachs, MD, G. Higgins, MD, R. Bloch, MD, & C. Pfennig, MD
Session 9 (42 minutes) Pediatric Rashes R. Bloch, MD
Session 10 (36 minutes) Postpartum Headache R. Bloch, MD
Session 11 (29 minutes) Recognizing Physical Abuse in the Extreme of Age G. Higgins, MD
Session 12 (37 minutes) Red Alert! Acute GI Hemorrhage Update G. Higgins, MD
Session 13 (52 minutes) Headache: Finding the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing and Treatment Pearls A. Graham, MD

Primary Care Medicine: On Demand Volume 6.1
Session Title Faculty
Session 1 (56 minutes) ABC's of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention H. Johnson, MD
Session 2 (60 minutes) Acne and Fungal Skin Infections R. Usatine, MD
Session 3 (70 minutes) ADA Standards Update: What Do I Need to Know in Primary Care J. Shubrook, DO
Session 4 (61 minutes) Risk Assessment and Lipid Management in Cardiometabolic Disease P. Taub, MD
Session 5 (59 minutes) Hyperthyroidism Evaluation Treatment and Recognizing Emergencies S. Spratt, MD
Session 6 (53 minutes) Abdominal Pain in Primary Care: Focus on Dyspepsia J. Pandolfino, MD
Session 7 (51 minutes) Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction, Diagnostic & Treatment Strategies A. Hicks, MD
Session 8 (58 minutes) Liver Case Studies B. Pearlman, MD
Session 9 (61 minutes) Clinical Findings and Approach to Management in Alzheimer’s Disease G. Day, MD
Session 10 (75 minutes) An Overview of Movement Disorders: A Practical Approach R. Rodriguez, MD
Session 11 (61 minutes) Weight Loss Medications & Bariatric Surgery: In Whom, Which One, and How to Monitor C. Still, DO
Session 12 (49 minutes) High Yield Physical Orthopedic Exam D. Campagne, MD
Session 13 (60 minutes) The Identification and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care T. Heinrich, MD
Session 14 (62 minutes) The NIH Asthma Guidelines Update Are Here (and They Will Likely Change Your Practice) A. Baptist, MD
Session 15 (67 minutes) Contraception Update M. Wasson, DO

Primary Care On Demand: Diabetes Volume 3
Session Title Faculty
Session 1 (47 minutes) Type 2 Diabetes Guidelines S. Inzucchi, MD
Session 2 (44 minutes) Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes: A Sound Approach Based on Its Pathophysiology J. Buse, MD, PhD
Session 3 (44 minutes) Practical Aspects of Using Newer Diabetes Medications: SGLT2 Inhibitors and GLP-1 Receptor Agonists S. Inzucchi, MD
Session 4 (49 minutes) Type 2 Diabetes: What Have the Latest Trials on Older Drugs Told Us? J. Buse, MD, PhD
Session 5 (63 minutes) Cases in Diabetes J. Buse, MD, PhD & S. Inzucchi, MD
Session 6 (62 minutes) Contrasting the GLP-1 and Dual Incretin Receptor Agonists with SGLT2 Inhibitors in the Early Treatment of Diabetes M. McDonnell, MD
Session 7 (46 minutes) Novel Medications for Resistant Hypertension: What the Future Holds G. Bakris, MD
Session 8 (47 minutes) Selecting Therapies in the Older Outpatient with Diabetes: A Cardiometabolic Approach M. McDonnell, MD
Session 9 (58 minutes) “Pillars of Therapy”: The 21st Century Approach to Halting Nephropathy from Diabetes G. Bakris, MD
Session 10 (81 minutes) Cases in Diabetes, Kidney, and Cardio-Renal Disease M. McDonnell, MD & G. Bakris, MD

Primary Care On Demand: Gastroenterology
Session Title Faculty
Session 1 (58 minutes) Management of GERD: Balancing the Risk/Benefits of PPI Therapy J. Pandolfino, MD
Session 2 (61 minutes) The Nuts and Bolts of IBS: Simplification of Diagnostic Strategies and Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatments D. Brenner, MD
Session 3 (22 minutes) Making the Diagnosis of IBS is Easy: Shifting Our Attention Toward Global Symptom Improvement D. Brenner, MD & S. Quinton, PsyD
Session 4 (45 minutes) GERD and Dietary Therapy B. Doefler, MS
Session 5 (62 minutes) Fad Diets: What to Know B. Doefler, MS
Session 6 (56 minutes) I Don't Understand Why Laxatives are Failing? The Wrong Treatment for the Wrong Disorder D. Brenner, MD
Session 7 (55 minutes) How to Approach Dysphagia I. Hirano, MD
Session 8 (66 minutes) Colon Cancer Screening and Surveillance: Where Are We At and Where are We Going? R. Keswani, MD
Session 9 (45 minutes) Health Care Maintenance in Inflammatory Bowel Disease E. Bellaguarda, MD
Session 10 (64 minutes) Pancreaticobiliary Issues in Primary Care G. Cote, MD
Session 11 (50 minutes) Update in Hemostasis S. Komanduri, MD
Session 12 (58 minutes) Dyspepsia: The Bloats to H. pylori A. Vanagunas, MD
Session 13 (47 minutes) All Things Gluten: Evaluation and Management of Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Sensitivity A. Stein, MD


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Standard Collection 2024 Edition Accreditation
Activity Title Expiration Credits ABIM MOC Points Rx Hours
Best of Women's Health, Module 1 1/9/2027 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 10 3
Emergency & Urgent Care Medicine: On Demand Volume 3, Module 1 3/3/2025 9 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 9 4
Primary Care Medicine: On Demand Vol. 6.1 8/17/2025 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 15 7
Primary Care On Demand: Diabetes Volume 3 6/2/2026 9 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 9 5.5
Primary Care On Demand: Gastroenterology 3/14/2025 11.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ 11.5 6

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