Primary Care Women’s Health: Essentials and Beyond 2021

Women’s Health CME: Key Topics in Primary Care

Healthcare providers are continually challenged to stay abreast of a large volume of emerging research in order to assess evidence and correctly analyze its application to the clinical care of women.


In Cleveland Clinic’s Primary Care Women’s Health: Essentials and Beyond, faculty address clinical gaps in several practice areas with evidence-based CME lectures that will help physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses to:

  • Identify the impact of obesity and present prevention and treatment for the disorder
  • Address gender-related differences in HIV screening, diagnosis and treatment
  • Compare and contrast direct-to-consumer and consumer-directed genetic testing
  • Summarize the risk assessment, prevention, and gender-based treatment of cardiovascular disease
  • Identify the benefits, risks, and FDA approved indications for hormone therapy and review the clinical application for postmenopausal women
  • Discuss the significance of culturally competent care for LGBTQ individuals and identify strategies for creating LGBTQ affirming environments


Obesity and Women – Donna Ryan, MD

Depressing and Disordered Eating – Getting Past Barriers to Behavioral Weight Loss – Leslie Heinberg, PhD

Surgical Weight Loss Options – Alisan Fathalizadeh, MD

Question and Answer Period – Alisan Fathalizadeh, MD, Leslie Heinberg, PhD, and Donna Ryan, MD

HIV and Women – Jill E. Miracle, MD, MPH

Excellence in Healthcare Communication – Henry Ng, MD

Cardiovascular Disease in Women – Risk Assessment, Prevention and Gender-based Treatment Updates – Leslie Cho, MD

Prescribing Hormone Therapy – A Case Based Approach – Tara K. Iyer, MD

Breast Cancer Genetics Update – Holly J. Pederson, MD

Details : 9 Videos , 1 PDF

Price : $ 50