It’s understandable that the COVID-19 pandemic has dominated healthcare news and education over the past year. But in case you missed news about advances in other diseases, you will find this year’s issue of Hot Topics in Primary Care interesting and practice changing. Learn more as you read and watch the videos about the following articles:
- Cardiometabolic Risk Reduction: A Review of Clinical Guidelines and the Role of SGLT-2 Inhibitors
- Decision Points in the Management of Patients with Diabetic Kidney Disease
- Improving Shingles Vaccination Rates in Family Medicine
- National Asthma Education and Prevention Program 2020 Guidelines: What’s Important for Primary Care
- New Perspectives in COPD Management
- Obesity 2021: Current Clinical Management of a Chronic, Serious Disease
- Primary Prevention of CVD with Aspirin: Benefits vs Risks
- Screening for Autoantibodies in Type 1 Diabetes: A Call to Action
- The Challenge: Finding the Most Appropriate Statin and Dose for Each Patient
- Use of SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
- Utilizing CGM Ambulatory Glucose Profiles to Optimize Diabetes Management
This supplement offers the opportunity to earn a total of 6 CME credits. Credit is awarded for successful completion of the online evaluation after reading the article. The links can be found within the supplement on the first page of each article that offers the credits.
This supplement to The Journal of Family Practice was sponsored by the Primary Care Education Consortium and Primary Care Metabolic Group.
Check out these short video segments, which were prepared by the supplement authors and summarize the individual articles.
By clicking each article title above the videos below you will be directed to the individual article within the supplement.
Cardiometabolic Risk Reduction: A Review of Clinical Guidelines and the Role of SGLT-2 Inhibitors, Timothy Reid, MD
National Asthma Education and Prevention Program 2020 Guidelines: What’s Important for Primary Care, Joel Solis, MD
The Challenge: Finding the Most Appropriate Statin and Dose for Each Patient, Joseph L. Lillo, DO, FNLA, FAPCR, CPI