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Continuing Medical Education

DKBmed provides no cost continuing medical education for health care providers to ensure optimal patient care and to close identified practice gaps. View our catalog of live and online CME/CE programs to start earning CME/CE credit at absolutely no cost.


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Oncology Innovations
Gather-ed: Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
Oncology Innovations Gather-ed: Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Join this small group learning program on identifying actionable use of checkpoint inhibitors, developing chemotherapy-free strategies, and evaluating current and emerging first line treatments for patients newly diagnosed with NSCLC.

People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention Enduring
People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention Enduring

Description: Primary, convenient, and urgent care are the first line of defense for HIV prevention. Learn from experts & patients to overcome barriers to PrEP uptake in this on-demand webinar.

2022 Special Edition, Issue 2
2022 Special Edition, Issue 2

Hepatitis B. It may not be curable yet, but as our knowledge continues to grow, so does our ability to benefit our patients today as we prepare them f...

2022 Special Edition, Issue 1
2022 Special Edition, Issue 1

Hepatitis B. Unlike Hep C, it’s not curable — yet. But as the research continues and the knowledge base continues to grow, the cure gets c...

Saving Sight: Community Health Systems
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Saving Sight: Community Health Systems

This activity covers the basics of screening your patients for diabetic retinopathy and improving preventative care for your diabetic patients in the primary care setting.

Issue 12
Issue 12

Treatment-experienced patients with RAMs — resistance-associated mutations — remain a difficult management challenge. Every case of HIV dr...

HIV Learning Lab China
HIV Learning Lab China

Learn to address critical gaps in knowledge around HIV screening, diagnosis, and management. Dates: 10/28, 11/11, 12/1, and 12/16. Includes live Q&A.

Issue 12
Issue 12

How aware are clinicians that MS should no longer be considered a “White people only” disease? What roles have race and ethnicity been sho...

Issue 11
Issue 11

For clinicians seeking to provide the most effective HIV management, choosing ART for treatment-experienced patients with resistance-associated mutati...

Issue 11
Issue 11

The widely held belief that “MS rarely affects Black Americans” has been disputed by recent data. Not only has the overall prevalence of m...

From the DKBmed community

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Thank you for a great bootcamp! I hope that this project continues because I found it to be an invaluable resource and have recommended it to my colleagues

- Project ECHO participant, Bootcamp E

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Well rounded review of extra-hepatic manifestations of HCV. I appreciated the use of questions/cases throughout the module. Great!

- Subscriber, Issue 3 eViralHepatitis

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I want to appreciate your effort in the training we had. It was highly enlightening. Your method of teaching and explanations are very lucid and the power points are highly comprehensible. I want to categorically say that so much has improved in my practice.

- Gastroenterologist

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