Principles of Patient-Focused Therapy

Cardiovascular Disorders

Respiratory Disorders

Gastrointestinal Disorders

Renal Disorders

Neurologic Disorders

Psychiatric Disorders

Endocrinologic Disorders

Women's Health (Gynecologic Disorders)

Urologic Disorders

Immunologic Disorders

Bone and Joint Disorders

Disorders of the Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat

Dermatologic Disorders

Hematologic Disorders

Infectious Diseases

Oncologic Disorders

Nutrition and Nutritional Disorders

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Travel Medicine This module will introduce you to a patient traveling out of the United States with her family. You will be asked to engage in teaching decision points to help determine what, if any, medications, vaccines, or OTC items would be necessary for this patient and the individual members of the family to have for their trip.
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Osteoporosis This module will introduce you to a patient with osteoporosis. You will be asked to engage in teaching points and make recommendations to prevent and treat osteoporosis.
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Acute Renal Failure and Hyperkalemia This module will introduce you to the different causes of acute renal failure and steps to take to control hyperkalemia. You will review objective measurements and equations used to evaluate renal function, interpret and calculate values, consider treatment options, and review counseling points.
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Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer This module will introduce you to a woman recently diagnosed with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). You will review chemotherapy treatment, dosing, and preparation, as well as essential counseling tips.
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Influenza This module will introduce you to a child with influenza and allow you to participate in her care. You will review signs and symptoms associated with influenza, consider options for treatment, and review important counseling points.
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Community-Acquired Pneumonia This module will introduce you to a patient with community-acquired pneumonia and take you through his hospital course. You will be asked to make recommendations on which labs to order, whether to admit or discharge the patient, and how he should be treated.