2019 Family Medicine Update – Agenda & Handouts

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Agenda & Handouts:

Speaker handouts are being added as they are submitted.

Friday, April 5

AM

7:00
Registration – Breakfast

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7:50
Welcome – Jamie Ogden, MD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine

8:00
OB Update – Amanda Swenson, MD, MSPH, Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine; Allison Koelker-Cupp, MD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Expand understanding of diverse models of maternity care across the globe.
  2. Identify risks and benefits of being a collaborator in these models.
  3. Understand disparities in maternal outcomes from a global to local perspective.
  4. Identify new ways to teach and prepare the next generation of maternity providers.

8:40
Screening, Diagnosing and Treating Hepatitis C – Carin Reust, MD, MSPH, Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Handouts: Handout 1; Handout 2
Learning Objectives:

  1. Participant will understand targeted screening of patients at risk for Hepatitis C
  2. Participant will utilize appropriate diagnostic tests to diagnose and develop treatment options for Hepatitis
  3. Participant will have a framework for medication choice and expected results of treatment.

9:20
Tremor: Recognition, Causes, Management – Junaid Siddiqui, MD, Assistant Professor, Neurology, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize different types of tremors
  2. Identify medications causing tremors
  3. Explain the management of different types of tremor
  4. Recognize when to consider sending for further management

10:00
Break

10:20
Panel – Management of Chronic pain

  • Ebby Varghese, MD, Assistant Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Missouri School of Medicine
    Handout: Handout
  • Blair Lansford, NP, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Missouri School of Medicine
    Handout: Handout

11:40
Lunch – Poster presentations

PM

1:00
Work – Life Conflict – Theoretical Models, Outcomes, and Intervention Strategies – James Hunter, MS, MSW, Director E.A.P., Employee Services, University of Missouri
Handouts: Handout 1; Handout 2; Handout 3
Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the definition and origins of work – life conflict
  2. Review applicable theoretical models of work – life conflict
  3. Discuss effects or outcomes of work – life conflict
  4. Recognize predictors of work – life conflict
  5. Identify interventions for work – life conflict

1:40
USPSTF Update- Michael LeFevre, MD, MSPH, Professor, Vice Chair, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Handout: Handout

3:00
Break

3:20
Sports Medicine Stations

  • Hip- Tiffany Bohon, MD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine; Assistant Professor, Orthopedic Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • Spine (with emphasis on low back)- Tim Reid, MD, University of Missouri Preceptor; Family Physician, Reid Medical Center, 
Carrollton, Missouri
    Handout: Handout
  • Foot/Ankle- Luke Stephens, MD, MSPH, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • Knee- Aaron Gray, MD, Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine; Associate Professor, Orthopedic Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine

4:40
Closing Remarks

4:50
Adjourn

Saturday, April 6

AM

7:00
Registration – Breakfast

8:00
Literature Update – James Stevermer, MD, MSPH, Professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Laura Morris, MD, MSPH, Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, MU School of Medicine – presenting for Dr. Stevermer
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Provide a survey of a broad expanse of the medical literature, with emphasis on those articles most likely to affect primary care practice.
  2. Apply the tools of evidence-based medicine to place these articles in the context of common clinical practice.
  3. Provide tools/rules to help assist with clinical implementation for some of the key findings- where appropriate.

8:40
Medical Marijuana: A Primer– Lucas Buffalo, MD, Associate Clinical professor, Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Become familiar with state laws addressing the medical use of marijuana
  2. Review evidence from randomized clinical trials on the medical use of marijuana
  3. Discuss best practices for recommending marijuana for medical use

9:00
Integrating Registries and Population Management at the Point of Care – David Voran, MD, Associate Professor, Department(s) of Community and Family Medicine, Truman Medical Center – Lakewood
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand and be able to identify national quality measures.
  2. Describe and understand standard registries; and, be able to devise work flows that can be applied at the point of care for each unique patient to close care gaps that may for each patient in front of them.

10:00
Break

10:20 
Management of the Musculoskeletal Aspects of ConstipationJennifer Stone, DPT, OCS, PHC, Clinical Supervisor, Mizzou Therapy Services, University of Missouri
Handouts: Handout 1; Handout 2; Handout 3; Handout 4
Learning Objectives:

  1. Determine what types of constipation would benefit from musculoskeletal intervention.
  2. Describe self management strategies for slow transit constipation, including dietary suggestions and self soft tissue mobilization to promote improvement in perstalsis.
  3. Describe helpful toileting strategies for patients to implement immediately.

11:00
Pharmacology Update – Jamie Hall, PharmD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Pharmacy, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Handout: Handout
Learning Objectives:

  1. Determine the therapeutic class, indication(s), and place in therapy for a selection of drugs recently approved by the FDA
  2. Review the pharmacology of selected drugs including mechanism of action, dosing, adverse events, drug interactions, and other considerations
  3. Identify first time generics coming to market in 2019

12:00
Adjourn

 


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