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ePrimaryCare Review podcast is part of the highly successful eLiterature Review series. Over 50,000 health care providers are subscribed to eLiterature Review in areas such as viral hepatitis, HIV, pulmonology, and diabetes. Join your colleagues in this highly-rated educational program.



ePrimaryCare Review Volume 1 covers key topics such as:

HIV: Provider and patient barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)

Type 2 diabetes: Management of older adults

COPD: Current and emerging therapies and individualizing therapies

COPD: Inhaled therapy strategies



It is practically impossible for time-pressed clinicians to stay current with new clinical developments by reading medical literature alone, despite the value of doing so. To address this, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM), in partnership with DKBmed, has enhanced the way clinicians receive this vital information through our highly successful eLiterature Review series, spanning a variety of disease states and covering a wide range of clinical expertise. The nuances of each disease require a tailored approach to facilitate optimal learning techniques and knowledge retention. In previous eLiterature Review, some programs have been specifically directed to the specialist practitioner (eg, eCysticFibrosis, eNeonatalogy), but the majority have targeted a combination of both specialists and primary care clinicians that treat patients with chronic disease (eg, eDiabetes, eViralHepatitis).



ePrimaryCare Review was developed to address all primary care clinicians through their specialty lens – educating clinicians on caring for the conditions they encounter in clinical practice. Primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses are the front-line of care; providing them with expert analysis from the top minds in each clinical field creates a model from which caregivers and patients both continually benefit.

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ePrimaryCare Review podcast is part of the highly successful eLiterature Review series. Over 50,000 health care providers are subscribed to eLiterature Review in areas such as viral hepatitis, HIV, pulmonology, and diabetes. Join your colleagues in this highly-rated educational program.



ePrimaryCare Review Volume 1 covers key topics such as:

HIV: Provider and patient barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)

Type 2 diabetes: Management of older adults

COPD: Current and emerging therapies and individualizing therapies

COPD: Inhaled therapy strategies



It is practically impossible for time-pressed clinicians to stay current with new clinical developments by reading medical literature alone, despite the value of doing so. To address this, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM), in partnership with DKBmed, has enhanced the way clinicians receive this vital information through our highly successful eLiterature Review series, spanning a variety of disease states and covering a wide range of clinical expertise. The nuances of each disease require a tailored approach to facilitate optimal learning techniques and knowledge retention. In previous eLiterature Review, some programs have been specifically directed to the specialist practitioner (eg, eCysticFibrosis, eNeonatalogy), but the majority have targeted a combination of both specialists and primary care clinicians that treat patients with chronic disease (eg, eDiabetes, eViralHepatitis).



ePrimaryCare Review was developed to address all primary care clinicians through their specialty lens – educating clinicians on caring for the conditions they encounter in clinical practice. Primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses are the front-line of care; providing them with expert analysis from the top minds in each clinical field creates a model from which caregivers and patients both continually benefit.

    COPD in Primary Care: Clinical Directions

    COPD in Primary Care: Clinical Directions

    Volume 1, Issue 8







    In this issue:







    Spirometry, FEV1, the FEV1/FVC ratio, the GOLD guidelines — in this case-based podcast, Dr. Emily Brigham from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine explains how these elements work together to provide primary care practitioners the information they need to diagnose, manage, and (when necessary) refer their patients with COPD to a pulmonary specialist.







    Take our post-test to claim CME credits: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/50/test







    Read the companion newsletter: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/49

    • 31 min
    Primary Care Practice Management: New Perspectives on COPD

    Primary Care Practice Management: New Perspectives on COPD

    Volume 1, Issue 6







    In this issue:







    In her recent Newsletter issue, Dr. Nirupama Putcha from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine analyzed the impact the newer research may have on improving outcomes in patients with COPD.







    In this case-based podcast, she discusses how that information can be put to clinical use in primary care practice.







    Take our post-test to claim CME credits: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/47/test







    Read the companion newsletter: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/46

    • 31 min
    Practice Insights: Managing T2DM in Older Adults

    Practice Insights: Managing T2DM in Older Adults

    Volume 1, Issue 4







    In this issue:







    Avoiding hypoglycemia, recognizing cognitive dysfunction, and individualizing treatment to account for renal insufficiency, cardiovascular disease and other comorbidities — these are just some of the factors that impact treatment decision-making for older adults with type 2 diabetes.







    In this issue, Dr. Amisha Wallia (Feinberg School of Medicine) and Dr. Susan Karam (Ochsner Medical Center) take us to the exam room to translate the information from their recent Newsletter Issue into real-world clinical practice.







    Take our post-test to claim CME credits.







    To read a companion newsletter click here

    • 31 min
    In Clinical Practice: Overcoming Patient Barriers to PrEP

    In Clinical Practice: Overcoming Patient Barriers to PrEP

    Volume 1, Issue 2







    In this issue:







    PrEP — pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV transmission — is safe, it’s effective, and it’s significantly underused in the U.S.  One key barrier to increased PrEP use is a lack of awareness and acceptance among the patient populations most at-risk for new HIV infection.







    In this podcast, Dr. Douglas Krakower from Harvard Medical School takes us into the exam room to translate the new information in his Newsletter Issue into clinical practice.







    Take our post-test to claim CME credits.







    To read a companion newsletter click here

    • 34 min

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