Continuing Medical Education
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All of the planned activities are on topics related to the diseases and patients that would be reasonably treated by family medicine physicians. The planned activities are aligned 100% with current or further practices of the attendees. Analysis of national clinical guidelines, needs identified by audience and reviewed by the Department of Family and Community Medicine CME
Case presentations will allow the audience to become familiar with the history of the patient and what diagnostic studies have been completed and the results of them. The discussion will allow the audience to discuss treatment options, clinical trials, evidence based practice guidelines, and further studies that may be needed to plan the patient's care.
The monthly Journal Club teaches critical appraisal of medical literature. A review and group discussion of recent/classic journal articles in all areas of diagnostic radiology enhances the knowledge base and discussion/critiquing skills of those in attendance.
he Conference will concentrate on new information in the field of Radiology. This will be accomplished by review of current Radiology literature, including sub-specialty literature. In addition, quarterly meetings will be held to provide an opportunity for individuals to submit topics that they feel are appropriate based on their attendance at national radiological meeting