Primary Care Continuing Medical Education

Primary Care Continuing Medical Education 2019-01-23T13:38:31-08:00

The San Francisco Health Network is committed to providing top quality, holistic, up-to-date medical care. To this end, we provide continuing medical education to help our providers keep up with rapid changes in the world of medicine and medical care delivery. We welcome comments on past sessions, ideas for future sessions and links to upcoming educational events.

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2019 Sessions

Wednesday, April 24th
Tuesday, July 23rd
Wednesday, October 23rd

Recent Sessions

Adolescent Anti-Depressants

January 28th, 2019|

Dr. Hamilton Holt describes the prevalence and impact of depression and the role that Primary Care plays among adults and children. He shares the impact of race and ethnicity on diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Hamilton [...]

SO/GI and the Care of the Transgender Community

November 2nd, 2018|

Dr. Rosendale and NP Layla Welborn present on SO/GI and Care of Transgender people at the San Francisco Health Network. They discuss sexual orientation and gender identity terminology, recognize the impact of SO/GI on health [...]

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Resources from Past Sessions

CKD for primary care-Delphine_Tuot

Dr. Delphine Tuot addresses the importance of early CKD identification while recognizing the existence of disparities in CKD the basics of CKD. While reviewing the basics of CKD management and when to refer to nephrology.

Asthma _Updates SFHN QPM_2017
Asthma.Chronic management.2017

Dr. Marmor discusses updates in asthma management. Dr. Marmor addresses how Asthma is diagnosed in kids, who needs a nebulizer, how asthma should classified at acute and preventative visits, along with several other updates for care.

Dr Craig Surman reviews diagnosis, pharmacologic and behavioral treatments for ADD

Get slide set HERE

TSOAC slides

Dr Anna Chodos and Dr Jennifer Yang review best practices in geriatric medicine.

Get the slides here (Dr Chodos) and here (Dr Yang)

Links to Resources

Community Behavioral Health Services homepage

City Clinic Provider Homepage

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