CME/CE Courses on HPV and Cervical Disease Announced for March, May
The Every Woman Counts program offers an in-person course entitled “HPV & Cervical Disease: Risk-based Management of Screening Results”as a continuing education (CE) credit for providers who perform cervical cancer screening. Courses will be held in various California cities.
The course will be taught by Patty Cason, M.S., FNP-BC, a renowned expert in disease of the genital tract. Course topics include:
- Human papillomavirus infection (HPV) and risk of cervical disease
- Screening and management guidelines
- Pap collection: optimal technique
- HPV test as screening: interim guidance
- Nomenclature changes
- Patient communication
March 24, 2017
May 5, 2017
San Pedro, CA
May 19, 2017
San Jose, CA
Participants can earn either five American Medical Association Physicians Recognition Award Category 1 continuing medical education (CME) credits or six Nursing CE contact hours. Providers can register for the course at the HPV & Cervical Disease: Risk-based management of screening results Web page of The Training Center website.
For more information, refer to Kelly Grande (Training Coordinator at the Institute for Public Health [IPH], San Diego State University) at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 594-6812.