you to experience our highly practical Internal Medicine update given by
exceptional teaching clinicians in spectacular Rocky Mountain
National Park. The 45th
Annual Internal Medicine Program is designed to meet the expectations of busy
practitioners looking for a sharply focused review of how to practically manage
the most challenging cases facing internists today. This conference showcases 25 of the most
experienced and effective speakers whose direct charge is to address those
areas in internal medicine that are most rapidly changing in an evidence-based
manner. The topics were chosen by
previous registrants and community physicians who know and understand the
learning needs of busy clinicians.
program will sharpen clinical skills in Rheumatology, Endocrinology, Diabetes,
and Metabolism, Cardiology, Pulmonary, Renal Disease, Gastroenterology,
Geriatrics, Hospital Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, ENT, Women’s Health,
Urology, Orthopedics, and Alternative Medicine.
Hands-on workshops in Oral Medicine, Orthopedics, and Ethics will
facilitate the practice acquisition of necessary clinical skills. Plenty of
time for questions and answers is afforded in the Ask the Professors sessions.
of this course participants should be able to:
Develop the necessary clinical skills to evaluate
and manage osteoarthritis, post bariatric surgery patients, erectile
dysfunction, acute kidney injury, recurrent
C-difficile colitis, TIAs, and neck, shoulder, back, and hip pain.
Identify the signs of early onset dementia and
know the available new treatments available for early dementia, severe
osteoporosis, peripheral neuropathies, and smoking cessation and to also
recognize the link between periodontal disease and systemic disease.
Implement new evidence-based approaches to
dysphasia, GERD, hyperlipidemia, Type 2 DM, low bone density, pulmonary
hypertension, prostate cancer, and the use of herbal medicines.
Recognize common ethical dilemmas as well as appropriately
and effectively approach to the evaluation of abnormal ANA profiles, abnormal
pap smears, and bipolar/cyclothymic mood disorders.
the initial evaluation and develop a diagnostic differential when an
echocardiogram report is read as ‘pulmonary hypertension’.
Proposed Performance Measures that
could be implemented at the end of this program in practitioner’s offices
The percentage of diabetic patients >65
who meet the target A1C goal
The percentage of post bariatric patients who
have received the appropriate laboratory evaluation
Preferred payment method is MasterCard or Visa.
If you prefer to pay by check you may do so; however if your check is not
received within 15 business days of your registration the registration will be
dropped. Checks should be made payable to: The
University of Colorado Denver.
Reference your full name and registration number on the check.
Mail checks to:
University of Colorado Denver
School of Medicine, Office of CME
13001 East 17th Place,
Aurora CO 80045
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine is accredited by the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to
provide continuing medical education for physicians.
University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine designates this
educational activity for a maximum of 24 AMA
PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only
claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in