Primary Care CME Conferences
*Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts is now offering 8 primary care CME conferences across the United States. Check out our 8 CME Conference locations here*
Our 2018 CME Conferences
May 15-18: Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ
June 11-1: Destin, FL
July 23-26: Myrtle Beach, SC
Sept 11-14: Orlando, FL
Sept 18-21: Pensacola, FL
Sept 30-Oct 7: Caribbean Cruise
Oct 9-12: San Antonio, TX
Nov 6-9: Las Vegas, NV
Click here to learn about the CME credit information for our 2018 CME conferences.
Our CME Conference Topics
The Goal of Our Primary Care CME Conferences
Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts offers CME for Primary Care clinicians in the five categories of dermatology, orthopedics, cardiology, women’s health, and emergency medicine. Our Primary Care CME conferences apply recent clinical study findings and guidelines to primary care practice. Our CME conferences introduce new ideas and contemporary approaches, while providing extensive and influential networking opportunities for primary care clinicians.
The goal of Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts’ primary care CME conferences is to help nurse practitioners and physician assistants gain expertise and confidence in certain fields in order to have more productive and assertive conversations with their patients. We are not a CME conference for specialists in these areas. Instead, we are a CME conference for clinicians in primary care that implement the latest diagnostic and treatment approaches for common health conditions found in a primary care setting.
How can a primary care provider benefit from CME in specialty areas?
PCPs are frequently the first to see patients with a wide range of health conditions, usually falling within the five buckets of our conferences. With the ever-changing nature of healthcare economics, it is vital for primary care clinicians to receive continued medical education in these speciality fields to successfully communicate with their patients.
Benefits of Dermatology CME:
Q: How will a primary care provider benefit from attending a Dermatology CME conference with Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts?
A: Primary Care clinicians are usually the first to see a patient with a skin condition. Dermatology conditions, such as rashes and skin conditions, can be complex and easily misdiagnosed, which can lead to exacerbation of the existing condition. At the Derm-CME conference, Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts provides Primary Care clinicians with the latest diagnostics and treatment strategies for common skin conditions encountered in a primary care setting.
Benefits of Orthopedics CME:
Q: How will a primary care provider benefit from attending an Orthopedic CME conference with Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts?
A: Today, adults are maintaining healthier lifestyles by engaging in more exercise, being more mindful about their health, and, as a result, living longer, more fulfilling lives. However, these added demands to our bodies can lead to unfortunate side effects and injuries. Musculoskeletal injuries are one of the most common injuries seen in primary care offices, so it is imperative that primary health care providers are up-to-date on the evaluation and diagnosis of injuries. Attending an Ortho-CME conference with Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts as a primary health care provider gives attendees the opportunity to enhance their skills and knowledge on physical examination, x-ray interpretation, and diagnosing common orthopedic conditions while in a relaxing atmosphere.
Benefits of Emergency Medicine/ Cardiology CME:
A: Patients with acute chest pain and cardiac issues tend to visit their primary care doctor first because they are familiar with their family doctors, when instead the patient needs to go to the ER. It is imperative that primary care physician assistants have the ability to differentiate between serious and not-so-serious chest pain with the only tool available — the EKG. Primary care providers will benefit from attending an ER-CV CME Conference by gaining knowledge and expertise to confidently and assertively communicate with their patients.
Benefits of Women’s Health CME:
Q: How will a primary care provider benefit from attending a Women’s Health CME conference with Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts?
A: Since half our patients are women, it is imperative for primary health care providers to demonstrate comprehensive insight into recent women’s health initiatives and the most current practice guidelines seen in general gynecological care. Our Women’s Health CME conferences will allow primary care physician assistants to differentiate between specific women’s health issues, disease processes, and treatments.