Date:Presentation Title:Presenter:
July 28, 2021A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Ibuprofen + Metaxalone, Tizanidine, or Baclofen for Acute Low Back PainClare Nguyen, MD
July 21, 2021Exercise as Medicine: How to Write an Exercise PrescriptionJeff Svec, MD
July 7, 2021Mentoring: Why and HowAaron Saguil, MD, MPH, FAAFP
June 30, 2021Strategies to Prevent and Address Common Clinical Teaching ChallengesNehman Andry, MD
June 16, 2021DPP-4 Inhibitors And GLP-1 Agonists: The Perfect Pairing, Or Better Off Alone?Erica L. Torres, PharmD
June 9, 2021Implementing High-Quality Primary Care: Rebuilding the Foundation of Health CareCarlos Roberto Jaen, MD, PhD, FAAFP
June 2, 2021Empowering Patients and Families Through a Followership LensErika Bowen, PhD & Karen Walker Schwab, PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS
May 26, 2021Age Friendly Health Systems - What matters most?Neela K. Patel, MD, MPH, CMD
May 19, 2021Behavioral Health Consultation in the Inpatient SettingYajaira Johnson-Esparza, PhD
May 12, 2021An Integrated Model of Care for Patients with Severe Mental Illness in Primary CareSamantha Schires, MA
May 5, 2021The Combination of Normal Vital Signs and Normal Lung Examination Findings Essentially Rules out CAPAdrienne Roth, MD
April 28, 2021Understanding Migraine HeadachesPriscila Ibarra Becerra, MD & Mark Nadeau, MD, MBA, FAAFP
April 7, 2021Addressing Type II Diabetes Mellitus through the Application of the Health Belief Model in Primary CareStaci Grant, MA
March 31, 2021Primary Care for the Athlete: PreParticipation Physical EvaluationJeff Svec, MD
March 17, 2021Leadership: In Our Own WordsHannah Korman, MD & Mark Nadeau, MD, MBA, FAAFP
March 3, 2021END OF LIFE CARE: Challenges and ManagementAnna Tenorio, MD
February 24, 2021For Pain Relief, Lower Doses of Ibuprofen Work as Well as Higher DosesArlene Reyes, MD
February 10, 2021Why improving health (not just medical care) is so important and how do we start?David S. Buck, MD, MPH
February 3, 2021Surgical Management of Abnormal Uterine BleedingAnne Porter, MD, MPH
January 27, 2021Meaning-Making to Facilitate Adaptive Grieving in PhysiciansLiza Maldonado, PsyD
January 13, 2021Update in Diabetic Foot Ulcer ManagementJayesh Shah, MD, MHA
December 16, 2020Cultivating Scholarship for Family Medicine ResidentsTharani Ravi, MD
December 9, 2020Updates on Polycystic Ovarian SyndromeErin Mankus, MD
December 2, 2020 Racism & Discrimination in Health Care & the Clinical Learning Environment: A Call to ActionRuth Berrgren, MD, MACP
November 18, 2020Identification and Treatment of Benign Diseases of the Foregut and Thoracic OutletDuy C. Nguyen, MD
November 11, 2020Strategies for Providing Effective Feedback in Medical EducationMichelle Rodriguez, MD, JD
November 4, 2020Opioids and Buprenorphine in Primary CareWendy Lin, MD
October 7, 2020
Primary Care Week
Primary Care – COVID-19 Response and Recovery – Then What?Jack Westfall, MD, MPH
The 2020 Bellue-Holly Distinguished Visiting Professor
September 30, 2020Grand Rounds - Top POEMs of 2019: Aspirin, Oral Anticoagulants, and NSAIDs Do Not Interfere with FITChi Stasio, DO
September 9, 2020We Fight for Each Other: Responding to the Ethical Challenges of COVID-19Jason Morrow, MD, PhD, FAAHPM & Jeanie L. Saurland, MA, BSN, RN, HEC-C
September 2, 2020Top POEMs of 2019: Empowering Patients to Manage Their DiabetesTran Nguyen, MD
August 19, 2020Top POEMs of 2019: In Patients Older Than 75 Years Without Cardiovascular Disease, Statins Are Not Effective for Primary PreventionSireesha Teegala, MD
August 12, 2020Top POEMs of 2019: Bedtime Hypertension Treatment Improves Cardiovascular Risk ReductionHannah Korman, MD
August 5, 2020Top POEMs of 2019: Anticoagulation, PPI, and UGI BleedsSeena Jose, MD
July 29, 2020One-Minute Preceptor: Precepting Medical Students Effectively and EffcientlyMichelle Rodriguez, MD, JD
July 22, 2020Holding the line: How New York’s Health Care Providers Fought US’ first Wave of COVID-19Renata Scalabrin Reis, MD
July 15, 2020Trauma-Driven LifeDavid A. Katerndahl, MD, MA, FAAFP

Credits:

AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician Participation Credit (1.00 hours)

Target Audience:

Specialties – Primary Care; Family Medicine
Faculty, residents, other health care providers and staff from our department; physicians and health care providers from San Antonio and South Texas; and medical students in our third-year clerkship and fourth year rotations.

Accreditation:

The UT Health Long San Antonio School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation:

The Long School of Medicine designates this live activity up to a maximum of 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Nurses and other healthcare professionals will receive a Certificate of Attendance. For information on applicability and acceptance, please consult your professional licensing board.