Most sessions at Internal Medicine 2014 are open to all attendees; however, a small number of sessions require advance registration due to the hands-on nature and close learner-faculty interaction of the session. Limited seating may be available for reserved sessions. Internal Medicine 2014 attendees can choose one free session subject to space availability.
Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious?
Variation Reduction: Choosing Wisely in a Fee-for-Service World
Life Threatening ECGs
Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician
Motivational Interviewing: Skills to Engage Patients and Initiate the Discussion
Practical Office Orthopedics
Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly
Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care “Toolbox”
Management of Patient Expectations in the Era of Dwindling Resources
Learn How to Rapidly Assess Function, Cognition, and Depression in the Older Adults