Upcoming Sessions

Check out the upcoming MAVEN Project education sessions.  Is your clinic looking to expand its clinical knowledge?  MAVEN Project partners can request educational sessions from our catalogue of over 200 talks - customized to the date and time of their choice!   Request an educational session.

All Upcoming Sessions

  • Concussions

    Tuesday, October 4, 2022, 9:30am PT | 12:30pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Richard Rapport

    Repeated concussions may result in Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. The mechanisms, anatomic and behavioral consequences, and preventions of concussion are now a significant area of new research. In this lecture I will discuss the causes, incidence, and treatment of Concussion.

  • Another way to save a life: Identifying and addressing intimate partner violence in primary care settings

    Thursday, October 6, 2022, 10:00am PT | 1:00pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Brigid McCaw

    Domestic violence (DV) is common affecting 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men. The role of medical professionals in recognizing DV and linking patients to resources can be life-saving. Learn about the health impact, how ask about and address domestic violence in a caring, effective and efficient manner. This session will provide you with practical information and resources to help your patients.

    Other Professional Development
  • Clinical Management of ADHD

    Thursday, October 13, 2022, 10:00am PT | 1:00pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Wendy Silver

    Understand the basic criteria of ADHD and its subtypes, the comorbidities, and medications most commonly used for treatment. We will then take a case-based approach to learn what medications might be more appropriate for different children (or adults) with different presentations of ADHD

    Neurology Pediatrics
  • Interpreting a Positive ANA

    Thursday, October 13, 2022, 12:30pm PT | 3:30pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Maria Greenwald

    The most common reason for referral to a rheumatologist is a lab result showing a positive ANA. The goal of this session is to explain the different patterns of the ANA test and to discuss the frequent benign nature of the ANA test result. Reasons for further testing or not will be discussed. Understanding the patterns of a positive ANA can reduce referrals to the health care system and reduce lab costs to the patient when appropriate.

  • Direct Relief Series: Pharmacological Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

    Friday, October 14, 2022, 10:00am PT | 1:00pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Judian Smith

    Anxiety Disorders are a common presentation in the primary care office. In this presentation, we will provide fairly quick ways to distinguish the different types of anxiety disorders and the most effective treatment approaches for each of these diagnoses.

  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in Adolescents and Women

    Monday, October 17, 2022, 1:00pm PT | 4:00pm ET
    Presenter: Drs. Debra Cohen and Joan Lister

    A common problem, particularly for young women, PCOS is associated with a myriad of problems that may manifest throughout a woman’s life. It is, therefore, especially important for primary care providers to be familiar with the criteria for diagnosis, the evaluation for non-gynecological as well as gynecological aspects of the syndrome, and the multi-disciplinary management that may be indicated. This presentation covers the pathophysiology, the signs and symptoms, the treatments, and the monitoring that women need to minimize the sequelae of PCOS across their lifetime.

    Endocrinology Gynecology Pediatrics
  • Diagnosing and Treating Bipolar Disorder

    Tuesday, October 18, 2022, 12:00pm PT | 3:00pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Judian Smith

    In this presentation we will discuss ways to distinguish bipolar depression from unipolar depression, since treatments for the two disorders are very different and the wrong treatment can aggravate and prolong morbidity for patients with bipolar disorder. We will also discuss the differing treatment recommendations for treating Bipolar I from Bipolar II patients, as well as how to manage their care until they can be seen by psychiatrists. We will review the pros of cons of using mood stabilizers as well as the efficacy and tolerability of the many anti-psychotic medications on the market.

  • Insulin: Initiating and Titrating in Type 2 Diabetes Management

    Friday, October 28, 2022, 12:00pm PT | 3:00pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Kenneth Snow

  • Transgender Adults: Guidelines and Updates

    Tuesday, November 1, 2022, 9:30am PT | 12:30pm ET
    Presenter: Dr. Craig Sadur

    Care for transgender adults calls for clinicians to address many medically related issues. Included among these will be glossary of terms, gender-affirming hormone therapy, fertility, contraception, cancer screenings, and comorbidities. Case studies will include a transman and a transwoman.

  • Dementia – Evaluation and Treatment

    Thursday, November 3, 2022, 10:00am PT | 1:00 PM ET
    Presenter: Dr. Richard Mesher

    This presentation will review how to recognize the most common forms of dementing illness and their management with emphasis on discussing Alzheimer’s Disease including diagnosis, work up and management. The talk will focus on practical approaches appropriate to the outpatient primary care setting.

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