178 Family Medicine Grand Rounds: "E-Cigarettes – A blessing or Curse" (082316)
This activity provides an opportunity to review and present what is relevant to primary care about up to date information applicable to day-to-day practice. The discussion will include various forms of e-cigarettes, toxins to be aware of, and epidemiologic concerns. It will also touch on utility of this tool in smoking cessation.
UT Southwestern faculty, fellows, residents and medical students, community physicians, and other interested health care professionals at UTSW.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify patients with symptoms of concussion especially after sports activity - order appropriate diagnostic tests when indicated; improve patient outcomes and proper and timely referral if needed.
- Recognize the most common dental conditions and how to manage it before patient can see his or her dentist. Integrate judicious use of antibiotics and educate regarding proper referral.
- Recognize importance of managing pain in non cancer patients. Integrate judicious use of Narcotic medications
- Evaluate, diagnose and manage patients with Parkinsons disease. Identify signs and symptoms of Parkinsons disease. Assess when to intervene and when to refer.
- Recognize, evaluate and manage neck mass in children and adults in a time fashion without any delay.
- Describe travel medicine in detail and what primary care doctors need to to know when managing patient with recent travel history.
- Explain how integrative medicine might help us manage patients in a multidisciplinary approach using alternative evidence based medicine.
- Describe how to appropriately diagnose and screen for somatic symptom disorders.
- Recognize importance of incorporating wellness in primary care practice
- Apply algorithms for correctly evaluating and treating syncope and dizziness both in the inpatient and outpatient setting
- 1.00 AMA
- 1.00 Attendance