SCAETTC

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 12, 2020
  • Cost: Free
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Crash Course on HB1, KASPER, and Urine Drug Testing

This activity will provide education on the most current HB1, KASPER, and urine drug testing guidelines.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Aug 16, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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TESTOSTERONE 101 A "New" and "Old" Hormone

This presentation provides basic HIV/AIDS information for the primary care provider not familiar with current clinical management guidelines in this pharmacotherapeutic area. As HIV disease becomes increasingly managed on an outpatient basis, more primary care providers will be tasked with managing this disease and its associated sequeale and need more education to provide...

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Sep 1, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Vaccine Administration for HIV Patients: The Basics

Vaccine administration has proven beneficial and efficacious in HIV patients but administration standards differ among providers. Providers need to incorporate vaccination into their practice and routinely provide appropriate vaccinations to their patients.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Nov 2, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Update on HIV Treatment Guidelines

Primary care providers caring for HIV patients in communities need up-to-date information as this is a rapidly evolving field. This educational activity will provide the most current HIV treatment guidelines.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Nov 2, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Treatment of Common Psychiatric Disorders in HIV Population

Primary care providers see patients with numerous disease states in addition to psychiatric disorders in their practices and it is challenging to remain current on psychiatric medicine topics affecting their clients. Primary care providers need updates on the care for common psychiatric disorders in the HIV + population.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Nov 18, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Hyperlipidemia in Persons Living with HIV

Primary care providers address numerous disease states in their patients including hyperlipidemia. Providers must stay current on the most recent guidelines so that they can effectively manage hyperlipidemia. This activity provides primary care providers up-to-date information on the management of hyperlipidemia in their practice clientele which includes HIV + patients.

Activity Details

  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Dec 1, 2017
  • Cost: Free
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Strategies to Reduce the Incidence of HIV and HCV Among Drug Users: The Case for Syringe Services Programs

There is an elevated use of intravenous drugs in rural Kentucky and Tennessee. This behavior increases HIV and HCV transmission rates. Implementation of programs, such as a Syringe Service Program, may reduce the transmission of HIV and HCV within the intravenous drug user population. Primary care providers need to be made aware of the available research on the effectiveness...

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Apr 7, 2018
  • Cost: Free
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Women and HIV

Unique strategies in caring for women with HIV may be unfamiliar to many providers given male predominance of infection in the United States. Pregnancy, primary care and contraception care may present road blocks in the care of women with HIV.

Women represent about one-quarter of HIV cases in the United States. Caring for women with HIV presents unique challenges at all...

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 3, 2018
  • Cost: Free
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New Therapies for Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is prevalent in Kentucky with some of the highest incidence rates in the country. Many patients are in underserved areas with limited access to care. Increasing the availability of care providers with knowledge of Hepatitis C and its treatments is key to improving care of these patients and the region.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 1.00
    • Other: 1.00
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 3, 2018
  • Cost: Free
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Update on the Treatment of Diabetes: A Physiolgiocal-based Approach

Many individuals with diabetes do not meet treatment goals and subsequently develop complications that could be prevented. Health care providers need to be familiar with the latest therapies of diabetes and more practitioners are needed to treat the increasing number of invidiuals with diabetes.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.50
    • Other: 0.50
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 3, 2018
  • Cost: Free
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Evaluating Liver Disease in Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a disease treated by multiple specialties and different levels of medical practitioners, many of whom have not had extensive training in the field of hepatology and thus have limited knowledge in evaluating liver disease. An accurate evaluation of the liver disease is required to properly treat hepatitis C.

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  • Credit Amounts:
    • CME: 0.75
    • Other: 0.75
  • Type: Video Webcast Video Activity
  • Expires: Jun 2, 2018
  • Cost: Free
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Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV: An Update

Recognition and treatment of common STIs can be challenging. Treatment and diagnostic algorithms can be complicated and onerous leading to delay in treatment and spread of infection. Sexually transmitted infections remain pervasive in HIV-infected populations. The appropriate diagnosis and treatment are essential to decreasing morbidity from these infections.