Fever and Infectious Disease in Children
- Identify an approach to evaluate and manage infants/children with fever
- Describe bacterial and viral illnesses of the respiratory tree with a focus on epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment
- List the characteristic features and describe the clinical courses of common exanthems
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Robyn Latessa, MD, Campus Director, University of North Carolina School of Medicine-Asheville, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, UNC, Mountain Area Health Education Center Family Medicine Residency Program, Asheville, North Carolina
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