Supported by an educational grant from Recordati Rare Disease and presented by VMP Genetics and Postgraduate Institute for Medicine.
This online short course is spread out over two weeks to accommodate a full-time working schedule. It includes a mix of learning experiences – six short live sessions (with a choice of 9:00am or 5:00pm ET), brief pre-recorded video seminars to review when convenient, and homework exercises. The curriculum also includes a live patient presentation and a special session addressing the role of the non-physician in patient diagnosis/management. The duration of the course allows a comprehensive review of the topic and the opportunity to apply the learned principles to several clinical situations.
The course targets primarily (but not exclusively) advanced practice providers and clinicians who:
- have a science background
- have had no/limited formal training in genetic metabolic disease
- are interested, or are involved, in the diagnosis/management of patients with inborn errors of metabolism
Nurses/nurse practitioners, physician assistants, genetic counselors, and dietitians, and their trainees, are especially welcome, but physician, research, and corporate applicants are invited to participate as well.
- Mark Korson, MD
- Lynne Wolfe, MS, CRNP, BC
- Patient-teacher(s), to be announced
4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
4.0 AAPA Category 1 CME credits
4.0 ANCC Contact Hours/4.0 Credits for Dietitians
$75 – APPs, GCs and MD trainees
$150 – practicing physicians
$250 – corporate applicants
For more details, schedule, and registration, click here.