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Joint Exam for Primary Care

Read about Mayo Clinic’s seminar on the use of physical exams to identify musculoskeletal conditions that you can take for free with GIBLIB. Evaluate some of the most common joint complaints by rediscovering the keys to a great physical exam.

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QUIZ: Abnormal CBC – When to Phone a Hematology Friend

Do you know everything there’s to know about abnormal CBC? Take this quiz and test your knowledge.

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Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Neurology Update

Because it's Multiple Sclerosis awareness month, we thought you would be interested in watching 5 prevailing video lectures from Mayo Clinic on "Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Neurology Update".

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Tumor Cell Biodiversity within the Immune Ecosystem of Liver Cancer

Dr. Ilyas discusses immunotherapeutic options for patients with cholangiocarcinoma. She compares standard therapy with single and combination immunotherapies.

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Pregnancy & IBD: A Two-Way Street

Schoenoff, PA-C, a physician assistant at Mayo Clinic, discusses the case of inflammatory bowel disease in pregnancy and how healthcare professionals can best help these patients.

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Healthcare Management & Leadership

Learn more about how to lead your healthcare staff and manage your practice with this complimentary healthcare conference from Mayo Clinic you can read and watch on GIBLIB.

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Practical Tips in the Diagnosis and Management of Heart Failure

Get Practical Tips for the Diagnosis and Management of Heart Failure from Mayo Clinic's Tyler J. Peterson, MD.

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Hospital Medicine: Managing Complex Patients

Get updates on the latest recommendations in hospital medicine in our comprehensive Mayo Clinic conference. Watch 8 out of the 37 medical lectures for free.

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Testosterone Therapy for Men

Caroline Davidge-Pitts, an endocrinologist and assistant professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic, deep dives into testosterone therapy in men. Register today to watch full lecture.

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Cardiology Update: The Heart of the Matter

Because it’s Heart Awareness Month, we thought you would be interested in watching these 6 up-to-date video lectures on “Cardiology Update: the Heart of the Matter”.

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Non-Opioid Pain Management Quiz

Are you up to date on your knowledge of non-pain medications for pain management? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and watch the video to learn more.

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Making Sense of Abdominal Pain and Bloating (Quiz Included)

Conor Loftus, MD MRCPI discusses cases of abdominal pain and bloating and emphasizes categorizing these patients into groups to facilitate diagnosis and subsequent management. Take the quiz at the end to test your knowledge of gastroenterology.

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Cardiac Disease in the Cancer Survivor: What the Internist Needs to Know

Although cancer survivors are living longer lives than ever before, their risk of cardiac toxicity has skyrocketed due, in large part, to chemotherapy. Dr. Hector R. Villarraga, a cardiologist, describes cardiac disease in the cancer survivor and what the internist needs to know.

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Opioid CME Course from Mayo Clinic

Watch our Mayo Clinic course seminar on opioids and the efforts Mayo Clinic has made to combat the opioid epidemic and to educate others on the use of opioids.

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ENT for Primary Care: A Practical Guide

Cappelle, MD breaks down serious ENT diagnoses, from sudden hearing loss, rhinosinusitis, and others that can become permanent if not treated properly.

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The Importance of Compassion: Compassion in the Hospital Setting

In a John Hopkins study, 56% of physicians surveyed said they don't have time for compassion – but that is what your patients need the most. Learn how compassion betters hospital care

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What's the Regulations on Opioids? The Opioid Crisis in Arizona

Arizona was facing an opioid crisis until they passed a bill regulating opioid prescriptions. Did it work? Learn first-hand from an AZ pharmacist.

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Blood Pressure Meds: You Might Be Doing It Wrong

The JNC has aided many healthcare professionals throughout the years, and for that, we are grateful. But that doesn’t mean it is always right. Learn about the textbook myths surrounding blood pressure meds and how it’s hurting patients.

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Hand and Wrist Physical Exam Demonstration

How to perform a hand and wrist physical exam accurately.

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The Right Antidepressant for the Right Person

Prescribing for depression can be a minefield. Learn how to select antidepressants for new patients or patients with complex medical comorbidities.

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder for Primary Care

Anxiety is hard to diagnose: from running out of time in check-ups to patients' stigma. Learn more about Generalized Anxiety Disorder and its treatments.

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Metformin: How To Go Beyond Metformin When Treating Diabetes

M. Regina Castro, MD examines our old friend metformin and the countless new drugs emerging to treat diabetes that threaten metformin’s reign as the #1 diabetes drug.

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Approach to the Patient with Abnormal Liver Tests

Review of some medical liver-related terms that you might be using wrong

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Anxiety and Reducing the Use of Benzodiazepines

What is the best way to treat anxiety safely with benzodiazepines?

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Individualizing Pharmacotherapy in Type 2 Diabetes: Current Concepts

How are you going to prevent your patients from developing diabetes? Here are some technological and pharmacological updates.

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Clinical Review On Anemia

How do doctors approach patients with anemia? Get first hand insights on the approach on anemia pertaining to the size of the red blood cells, iron replacement, laboratory values seen in hemolysis, and differential diagnosis of macrocytosis.

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