As a follow-up to the Coordinating Care in IBD: Diagnosis and Co-management Strategies for Family Physicians lecture brought to us by partners from the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians’ chapter during the 2016 Annual Scientific Assembly, we would like to invite you to participate in a related IBD online activity for additional credit.
This interactive, on-demand case-based activity introduces EG, a female college student who is concerned about her persistent diarrhea and abdominal pain. In 30 minutes, you can proceed through this case-based activity and learn about:
- Clinical features and tools you can use to accurately diagnose IBD
- Available therapies for IBD and their adverse effects
- Strategies to address the preventive care and health maintenance needs of patients with IBD
All members, whether you attended the live meeting or not, are invited to participate. The case-based activity will take approximately 30 minutes to complete and you can earn additional AAFP credit. There is no fee to participate, and is available for credit through October 17, 2017.
To participate and receive CME credit, please go to: http://www.rapidcme.com/activity.aspx?actID=62