Top 10 New Things I Learned
Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:
1. Review and analyze evolving and new concepts that have arisen over the past year that may affect one’s practice in the clinical diagnosis, treatment and management of clinical conditions.
2. Determine how the terms and concepts of evidence-based medicine can be employed when describing outcomes to physicians, as well as how the content can be discussed with patients.
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Steven R. Brown, MD, FAAFP, Professor and Program Director, University of Arizona College of Medicine; Phoenix Family Medicine Residency, Phoenix, Arizona; Editor and host, American Family Physician Podcast
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