Professional Education: 2016 Continuing Medical Education Conference

The National Kidney Foundation of Utah & Idaho’s annual professional education program is targeted to deliver practice guidelines, materials for implementation, and conferences that put state-of-the-art information about kidney disease and treatment into the hands of healthcare providers.

Kidney Learning Day: A Partnership Between Primary Care and Nephrology

Where? Doty Family Education Center, Intermountain Medical Center
When? May 18th & 19th, 2016 — 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Conference Program

2:00 Blood Pressure Targets: SPRINT Study Results (1 CME) Alfred K. Cheung, MD
Prescribing Laws II (1 CME) Suraj Achar, MD
3:00 Pregnancy and the Kidney (1 CME) Adhish K. Agarwal, MD
Difficult Patient/Doctor Relationships (1 CME) Daniel O’Connell, PhD
4:00 The Evils of uric Acid (1 CME) Harry O. Senekjian, MD
Anatomy of Medical Errors (1 CME)  Suraj Achar, MD

This educational activity will provide 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

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Contact: Call 800-869-5277 for further information.

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