The LECOM Virtual Primary Care 2021 CME Conference offers a unique learning experience for physicians and health care professionals seeking to learn the latest information about medical advancements and treatment options. LECOM faculty and guest lecturers will present topics pertinent to primary care physicians as well as to specialists.
The objective of this three-day seminar is to provide participating physicians with information about new medical advancements in order to increase the scope of treatment options available to primary care physicians and to enhance the physicians’ existing knowledge of topics that will be covered.
Primary Care 2021 will focus upon health problems commonly seen in the offices of primary care physicians. LECOM will offer 20 lecture hours presented by the college clinical faculty. This course includes lectures that cover cardiovascular topics, geriatrics, psychiatry, and so much more! Included in this conference will be two hours of Act 31 education and training on child abuse recognition and reporting that healthcare providers must take for PA state license renewal.
To earn an additional five credit hours, add the Pre-Conference Workshop to your registration at checkout! The Pre-Conference workshop will take place on Thursday, March 4 from Noon-5:00 PM.
This conference is intended for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, therapists and other allied health professionals who practice in primary care.
At the end of the conference, LECOM requires all participants to complete a program evaluation as well as speaker evaluations. These surveys are used to assess the quality of speakers and lectures and to determine future CME program needs.