Endotypes of Severe Asthma: 5 Questions on Pathways, Biomarkers, Biologics
Check your knowledge of mechanistic features of severe asthma, specific biomarker level cut offs, and impact of comorbid disease on choice of biologic treatment.
Nocturnal Hypertension: 8 Essential Questions
Nocturnal HTN is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and stroke. How do you diagnose and treat in your practice? Test your overnight BP IQ.
Severe Asthma Research Quiz: 8 Questions on Notable New Findings
New study findings on asthma exacerbation risk prediction, rapid steroid reduction, and patient perception of disease lead this quick quiz.
Severe Asthma Research Recap: 8 Updates for Primary Care
Research summaries on GINA revisions, a steroid-reduction algorithm, factors that predict asthma exacerbation risk, and more.
Severe Uncontrolled Asthma: 5 Questions on Key Characteristics
Optimal use of biologic therapy for severe uncontrolled asthma rests on understanding of the disease itself. Try this quick quiz to test your knowledge.
The Obesity Drug Pipeline: 10 Questions on Rx Development
Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of recent advances most likely to have an impact on weight management in your practice.
Current Advances in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Technology
CGMs have revolutionized diabetes management for patients and healthcare providers alike. This slide show summarizes the most recent enhancements.
Continuous Glucose Monitoring for Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care: 2021 Research Review
Continuous glucose monitoring for type 2 diabetes patients is gaining exposure in the literature with positive evidence accumulating. Examples follow.
Obesity Drugs in Development: A brief overview of the pipeline
Obesity and its causes are the focus of extensive research evaluating new therapeutic targets. Get an at-a-glance update on progress and FDA approvals during 2021
Obesity Stigma in Clinical Practice: Ask Yourself these 8 Questions
Weight bias themes in primary care are the subject of contemporary research. Which options you choose to these 8 questions may offer insight into your own unconscious prejudices.
Confronting Weight Stigma in Primary Care: 10 Reports on the Problem & Strategies to Fix It
Weight bias or stigma in healthcare settings, whether explicit or implicit, may keep patients from getting care. Find a review of the recent literature in this slide show.
Heart Failure Drugs in the Pipeline: Six Novel Therapeutics to Note
Heart failure drugs in the pipeline now number more than 100 and include familiar names plus dozens of new ones. Get a top-line look at 6 of the most promising.
A Heart Failure Research Roundup Quiz: 8 Questions
Advances in heart failure management, including inroads in treatment for HFpEF, are happening fast. Try 8 questions to find out how well you’ve been following the news.
Heart Failure Milestones in Management: 9 Studies Making a Difference in 2021
SGLT-2 inhibitors have proven effective in disease modification as well as symptom improvement across HF phenotypes and severity. Get a quick summary of the research.
Hypertension, Renal, & Hepatic Disease: A 10-question Collection for Primary Care
Hypertension, chronic kidney disease, and NAFLD/NASH are frequently first diagnosed in primary care. Try these 10 questions on diagnosis and treatment of all 3.
8 Hypertension Research Recaps for Primary Care
New hypertension research looks at stress hormones in early disease, the Quadpill as first Rx, tight BP control for older adults--for a start. We recap 8 new studies.
The 2021-2022 Flu Vaccine: 10 Frequently Asked Questions
There is something new with the flu and the vaccine against it every year. We summarized answers to 10 questions frequently asked by patients and clinicians alike.
How Effective is the Flu Vaccine: 10 Questions on Patient Misconceptions
Influenza season brings vaccine fear and misconceptions every year. Stay ahead of patients with our quiz on their questions for you.
8 Questions on Diabetes Drugs for Cardioprotection
Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of key findings in landmark studies on the cardioprotective effects of SGLT2i and GLP-1 RAs.
Diabetes Drugs and Cardioprotection: A Summary for Primary Care
These concise summaries highlight the latest findings on the cardioprotective effects of SGLT2 inhibitors and GLP-1 RA in patients with diabetes.
Fundamentals of CVD Risk Assessment: Guideline Topline for Primary Care
Assessment of CVD risk is the foundation of primary prevention and integral to primary care. Brush up on the fundamental tools of risk estimation from the ACC/AHA guidelines.
9 Prime CVD Prevention Pointers from the ACC/AHA 2019 Primary Prevention Guideline
The short slide show summarizes 9 pearls on preventive cardiology from the landmark ACC/AHA 2019 guideline on primary CVD prevention.
8 Questions on T2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Using Prediabetes Subphenotypes
Assessment of prediabetes subphenotypes is a novel approach to better screening, prevention, and treatment for patients at risk of progression to T2D. Find out how much you know about it.
Prediabetes Subphenotyping: A Novel Approach to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention
New research proposes pathophysiology-based subphenotyping of individuals at increased risk for T2D; 6 are suggested to help refine screening, prevention, and treatment.
A Test of CKD IQ: 10 Questions for Primary Care Clinicians
CKD IQ Test Preview: When should you suspect kidney disease? What measure is used to define chronic kidney disease? What UACR test result indicates albuminuria? Good luck.
How to Slow CKD Progression: Treatment Essentials for Primary Care
Most patients with chronic kidney disease are treated in primary care where the primary goal is twofold: slow progression and prevent complications. Find essentials of both, here.
Chronic Kidney Disease: Diagnosis in Primary Care
Early detection of chronic kidney disease in primary care provides a significant opportunity to avoid complications and slow the loss of renal function. Topline guidance, here.
Defining Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care: Management, Complications, Risk, Referral
Primary care clinicians have an essential role in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease. Click through a review of the basics.
NAFLD & NASH Treatment in Primary Care: 8 Questions based on AASLD Guidance
Weight loss for patients with NAFLD is the key to improvement of histopathologic features. Find out what else you know about treatment of NAFLD/NASH with 8 guidance-based questions.
NAFLD/NASH Diagnosis in Primary Care: 8 Questions
A high index of suspicion for NAFLD may help primary care providers identify patients at highest risk. Try these 8 questions based on guideline recommendations.
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