Rheumatology Review for Primary Care is a course that provides knowledge on how to recognize and diagnose common rheumatologic disorders and determine which patients can be managed in their practices and which need referral to a specialist.
Rheumatology Review for Primary Care covers topics such as:
Interpretation skills for rheumatology laboratory testing
Basic clinical and therapeutic aspects of rheumatologic conditions
Up-to-date information about etiology, pathogenesis, and treatment of rheumatologic disorders
Patients that can be managed in primary care practices, and patients that need to be referred to rheumatology
Rheumatology Review for Primary Care brings together internists and general practitioners as well as clinical rheumatologists, rheumatology fellows, and allied health staff working in the aforementioned areas.