Master Clinician Series
Increase Your Skills In 30 Minutes or Less
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Offered the first Friday of each month at 12:00 pm EST
You are invited to participate in our FREE, 30-minute live Zoom webinars* on
“don’t-miss” topics presented by the Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts faculty.
*Master Clinician Series are non-CME.
Bring your brain for some lunchtime fun and learning. Sign up today! Click the links in the chart below to reserve your space.
Our 2021 Master Clinician Series Schedule
Recorded Friday 1/15/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Aleece Fosnight, PA-C, CSC-S, CSE, NCMP, IF
Women’s Sexual Health Trivia
Ready to test your skills on women’s sexual health trivia? Each question will encompass a clinical case presentation and follow up with a discussion on diagnosis, lab/imaging testing, and treatment plan of care. Topics will include anorgasmia, vulvodynia, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, dyspareunia, BDSM/Kink, and many more!
Recorded Friday 2/5/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Laurel Short, DNP, FNP-C
5 Pearls for Peak Spine Assessment
Feel overwhelmed when you see a chief complaint of neck or back pain on your schedule? Join us for top tips to organize your approach to the spine. Is the problem truly from the neck or back – or a nearby area like the shoulder or hip? A lively case-based approach will demonstrate how to incorporate other common musculoskeletal differentials in your workup.
Recorded Friday 3/5/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Daniel Wood MPAS, PA-C
A crying infant can be distressing to parents and providers alike. While approximately only 5% of excessive crying is from a pathologic cause, a missed diagnosis can be fatal. Each question will include a clinical case presentation with an accompanied discussion on labs and imaging and treatment. We’ll work through the mnemonic IT CRIES to help identify pathologic causes of excessive crying and help the provider become more confident in the diagnosis of a fussy infant.
Recorded Friday 4/9/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Jennifer Carlquist, PA-C, ER, CAQ
5 Can’t-Miss EKG Objectives
If you do sports physicals, this lecture is a “Can’t-Miss” topic! We’ll cover 5 EKG findings that could have very bad outcomes, including Brugadas Syndrome and Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. You’ll meet a young female who the clinician thought was just anxious, but had something far more ominous. And, we’ll evaluate the EKG of an athlete who “passed out” and was discharged home with a normal workup and died. Plus, we’ll cover specific questions to ask a patient who has palpitations and findings to spot that machine software interpretation will not catch!
Recorded Friday 5/7/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Ji Chun, PA-C, MPAS, BC-ADM
Type 2 Diabetes: Keeping Up With The Revolution
Seems ever daunting to keep up with all the changes of type 2 diabetes management? Join us to review the most up-to-date ADA’s standards of care. Topics will include the pharmacotherapy and clinical use of continuous glucose monitoring. Come and take away practical key updates in diabetes in just 30 minutes!
Recorded Friday 6/4/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Tom Gocke, DMSc, ATC, PA-C, DFAAPA
Acute Monoarthritis – A Pain In the . . .
Acute monoarthritis is a common complaint seen in Urgent Care, Emergency Department and Primary Care. A delay in accurate evaluation, diagnosis and treatment can lead to adverse patient outcomes. This session will drill down into differential diagnosis, diagnostic study evaluation and treatment of the more common monoathritis conditions. Take away practical pearls in just 30 minutes and bring your brain for some lunchtime fun and learning!
Recorded Friday 7/9/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Shelagh Larson, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC, NCMP
Covid-19: Who are the first responders to the First Responders?
Covid has wreaked havoc on the nation, the economy, and our healthcare. Now that we’re emerging out of the other side, we look back at the wake it has left behind. It’s the first responders: all the providers that need healing now. We waded through the conspiracies, tackled the surf of differential diagnoses, languished in lack of PPE, and paddled through death and disease day in and day out with mask and face shields. Now the thing that can get us past this, the vaccines, are “plots to infect us all”. Feel like all you’re doing is just surviving, going through the motions? Perhaps it’s your staff that has lost morale. This sounds like burnout. And it is real, very real, and will be our next pandemic. Come join this interactive session and see if you or your staff have burnout and what you can do about it.
Recorded Friday 8/6/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Jennifer Carlquist, PA-C, ER, CAQ
Back by Popular Demand: 5 Can’t-Miss EKG Objectives
If you do sports physicals, this lecture is a “Can’t-Miss” topic! We’ll cover 5 EKG findings that could have very bad outcomes, including Brugadas Syndrome and Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. You’ll meet a young female who the clinician thought was just anxious, but had something far more ominous. And, we’ll evaluate the EKG of an athlete who “passed out” and was discharged home with a normal work up and died. Plus, we’ll cover specific questions to ask a patient who has palpitations and findings to spot that machine software interpretation will not catch!
Friday 9/3/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Kara Roman, MMS, PA-C
A Crash Course in Pediatric Rash
After completing this lecture, participants should be able to describe several of the most common clinically significant pediatric rashes. Identify these rashes by their presentation and differentiate them from other similar presentation. Then, formulate a management plan for each of these conditions. Come and take away practical key updates in dermatology in just 30 minutes!
Friday 10/1/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Jennifer Ballard-Hernandez, DNP, FACC, FAHA, FAANP
Managing Heart Failure: A Crash Course for Turning Failure into Success
Heart failure is a significant cause of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in the United States. Guideline-directed medical therapy for the treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction has been shown to save lives and improve quality of life. An action-packed 30-minute session will provide you with the most up-to-date American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association guideline recommendations for the management of heart failure. Join us for this interactive session that will have you managing heart failure like a master clinician!
Friday 11/5/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Nisha McKenzie, PA-C, CSC, NCMP, IF
5 Tips for Addressing Those Awkward Questions about Sex
Does anyone else feel a bit of anxiety kick in when a patient says, “It’s been taking longer than usual for me to orgasm. What can I do?” Or “My libido is gone. Zip, zero, zilch. Help!” Join us for a lively discussion about how you can keep that poker face, respond appropriately and confidently, and help these patients find the answers they deserve. We’ll go through a couple of common case studies and arm you with the resources you’ll need so you don’t have to dodge these questions. In just 30 minutes, you can become the local “sexpert” for your area!
Friday 12/3/2021 – 12:00 pm EST
Sarah Bolander, DMSC, PA-C, DFAAPA
Identifying Pediatric Breaks During Your Break
Pediatric fractures are commonly missed. Kid’s bones are more likely to have subtle or incomplete fractures. These fractures may be difficult to identify on radiographs and require correlation with the clinical presentation. This engaging session will provide tips for reviewing musculoskeletal radiographs by addressing normal pediatric variations and unique fracture patterns only seen in kids.
One lucky participant will win a free registration to
a Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts event!
To be eligible for this drawing, one must meet the following criteria.
- Register for the webinar
- Participate in the webinar
- Be present for drawing announcement during the webinar
Enjoy The Webinar?
Join us at one of our 2021 events to further explore best practices and new research in Dermatology, Orthopedics, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, and Women’s Health. Plus new tracks in Pharmacology, Pain Management, Infectious Diseases, Diabetes, Pediatrics, GI, Respiratory and more at select locations.