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


One thought on “Primary Care Women’s Health: Essentials and Beyond 2021

  • January 18, 2022 at 3:42 pm

    hello my name is amanuel demelash i have question for you why don’t you make some of your video lectures free for us after a time like the famous u tube lecturer DR. NAJEEB do. if you don’t do that most student who can’t get access for money to get your lectures get difficulty to get it specially those that we live in developing country.


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