The Chicago Infectious Disease Board Review 2017 – Videos + PDF 

The Chicago Infectious Disease Board Review 2017 – Videos + PDF



Rush University Medical Center Board Review

    • Expert-led infectious disease board prep and infectious disease CME in convenient formats so you can learn without traveling.

Learn from Experts

Led by Course Directors, Gordon M. Trenholme, MD and Robert A. Weinstein, MD, The Chicago Infectious Disease Board Review will better prepare you to:

      • Diagnose infectious diseases using appropriate microbiologic diagnostic procedures
      • Improve your performance on the ABIM subspecialty board certification and recertification examinations in Infectious Disease
      • Recognize and initiate effective treatment for infectious diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases, chronic HBV, HCV and HIV
      • Understand and manage complex infectious disease scenarios, such as bioterrorism via microbiologic agent, isolating a multidrug-resistant organism, treating community-acquired pneumonia, and limiting acquisition of hospital-acquired infections
      • Manage immunizations for your patients, including those traveling to foreign destinations
      • Viral Hepatitis – Toyin Adeyemi, MD
      • HIV and Antivirals (HIV, HSV) – Mariam Aziz, MD
      • HIV and OI’s – Mariam Aziz, MD
      • Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Myron S. Cohen, MD
      • Transplant – Staci A. Fischer, MD
      • Tuberculosis and Nontuberculosis Mycobacteria – Audrey French, MD
      • Clinical Microbiology Review/Diagnostic Microbiology – Mary K. Hayden, MD
      • 10 ID Cases, 100 Teaching Points – David Hines, MD
      • Zoonosis and Hemorrhagic Fevers – Aimee Hodowanec, MD
      • Central Nervous System Infections – Michael Lin, MD, MPH
      • Diarrhea and GI Syndromes – Michael Lin, MD, MPH
      • Respiratory Viral Infections – Michael Lin, MD, MPH
      • Emerging Infectious Diseases – Dennis Maki, MD
      • Infections of Prosthetic and Vascular Devices – Dennis Maki, MD
      • Line Related Infections – Dennis Maki, MD
      • Sepsis – Dennis Maki, MD
      • White Blood Cell Abnormalities and Immune Deficiencies – David Pitrak, MD
      • MRSA – Kyle Popovich, MD, MS
      • Invasive Fungal Infections – Laurie A. Proia, MD
      • Upper Respiratory Infections and Lower Respiratory Infections – David Schwartz, MD
      • Endocarditis – John Segreti, MD
      • Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis – John Segreti, MD
      • Immunizations – Beverly E. Sha, MD
      • Helminths – Kamal Singh, MD
      • Protozoal Infections – Kamal Singh, MD
      • Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO) – Gordon M. Trenholme, MD
      • Malaria and Toxoplasmosis – Gordon M. Trenholme, MD
      • Pharmacology and Q/A and Cases – Gordon M. Trenholme, MD
      • Pox and Bioterrorism – Gordon M. Trenholme, MD
      • Skin and Soft Tissue Infections and Toxin Mediated Diseases – Gordon M. Trenholme, MD
      • Nosocomial Infections and Case Presentations – Robert A. Weinstein, MD
      • Question and Answer Session – Robert A. Weinstein, MD
      • Lyme, Other Borrelia, Rickettsia, Tick-borne and other Ectoparasitic Diseases – Sarah Won, MD, MPH

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this program, participants caring for older adults will be better able to:

  • Utilize appropriate microbiologic diagnostic procedures for the diagnosis of common and uncommon infectious diseases
  • Maintain up-to-date immunization of my patients for all currently recommended adult immunizations
  • Provide my patients traveling to foreign destinations with the United States Public Health Service recommended prophylactic medications and immunizations
  • Initiate antiretroviral therapy in HIV infected patients based upon current recommendations of the Department of Health and Human Services
  • Initiate treatment for suspected sexually transmitted diseases based upon the presenting symptoms and signs
  • Initiate therapy for chronic HBV and HCV infection based upon current recommendations
  • Isolate hospitalized patients suspected of having infections with microbiologic agent of bioterrorism or a multidrug resistant organism
  • Treat community and health care acquired pneumonia with the current IDSA Guidelines recommended antimicrobial agents
  • Prescribe appropriate antimicrobial therapy for patients with suspected sepsis
  • Utilize current recommended guidelines for the treatment of febrile transplant recipients
  • Initiate appropriate infection control procedures to limit the acquisition of hospital acquired infections

Date of Original Release: December 1, 2014
Date Credits Expire: November 30, 2017 File Size : 5.75 GB

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