Friday, June 2, 2023

Primary Care Education Consortium (PCEC) and its collaborating partners are uniquely suited to address the practice gaps in primary care, not only because of the depth of our experience and long history in the development of quality CME programs for primary care practitioners (PCPs), including NPs and PAs, but also because of our strong relationship with various PCP events and organizations. PCEC was a co-developer of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Summit (CARPS), the Metabolic and Endocrine Disease Summit (MEDS) and has developed review articles for publication in Clinician Reviews, The Journal of Family Practice, Clinical Diabetes and other primary care journals. In addition, PCEC has a well-established relationship with NPs and PAs through organizational memberships.

Over a period of nearly two decades, PCEC has created and produced more than 400 educational programs for a national audience of PCPs with clinical responsibilities, including family physicians, internists, osteopathic physicians (DOs), general practitioners, NPs, and PAs. PCEC's medical advisory board and staff represent broad experience in clinical practice, medical education, and scientific publications.

 PCEC frequently develops CME programs for the AAFP Annual Meeting, AAFP State Chapters, AANP State Chapters, AAPA State Chapters, NPACE regional meetings, as well as The Chief Residents Summit, MEDS, and a host of other key educational meetings. Besides live presentations, PCEC has developed and published numerous articles and journal supplements for the primary care clinician.

PCEC is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education.

Hot Topics in Primary Care 2022

Hot Topics in Primary Care 2022

Click here to download the full 94-page edition (PDF, 17MB), or check out the individual articles below.

Common Questions on Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Primary Care
Improving Detection and Management of Anemia in CKD
Reducing Thrombotic Risk From Polyvascular Disease in Primary Care
Updates in the Management of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer Disease
Updates in the Management of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer Disease
A Paradigm Shift for Asthma Care
Detecting and Managing ASCVD in Women: A Focus on Statins
OTC Analgesics vs Opioids for Pain Management
Practical Considerations for Use of Insulin/Glucagon-Like Peptide 1 Receptor Agonist Combinations in Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes
Practical Screening for Islet Autoantibodies: The Time Has Come
Strategies to Improve Outcomes in COPD
The Evolving Landscape of ASCVD Risk Among Patients with HIV
The New Face of Preadolescent and Adolescent Acne: Beyond the Guidelines
Update on the Gut Microbiome for the Primary Care Clinician
Use of SGLT-2 Inhibitors for Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care
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