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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.

Perspectives on PrEP Care on Demand: Urgent & Convenient Care
  • Webinar
Perspectives on PrEP Care on Demand: Urgent & Convenient Care

This infographic empowers urgent & convenient care clinicians to utilize PrEP to prevent HIV, protect the health of our communities, and create a healthier, more equitable future.

Confronting Inequities: MS & the Black Experience
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Confronting Inequities: MS & the Black Experience

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a “White people only” disease. Watch this free CME/CE webinar to hear from Black individuals living with MS and learn from their experiences.

Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 2
Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 2

A wealth of evidence confirms that adolescents and young adults (AYA) are indeed a priority population whose needs must be addressed for the US Ending...

Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 1
Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 1

Is there an MS “prodrome” — a period before the onset of clinical symptoms? If it exists, what are its characteristics? How can it b...

Issue 2
Issue 2

Pulmonary hypertension. The 2022 ESC/ERS revised guidelines have redefined it. New evidence from ongoing and completed clinical trials have led to upd...

Issue 1
Issue 1

The updated (2022) ESC/ERS (European Society of Cardiology/European Respiratory Society) guidelines provide new definitions of pulmonary hypertension...

eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 2
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 2

In part 1 of this eHIV Review Special Edition (still available at eHIVreview.org), eHIV Review Program Director Justin Alves, Nurse Educator at Boston...

eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 1
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 1

Marginalized individuals at risk for or living with HIV — the formerly incarcerated, immigrants, people with unstable housing, residents of rura...

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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Orientees identified several additional educational resources. These included watching web-based YouTube videos and websites such as DKBmed (Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources, 2021; “COVID-19 Keeping Up with a Moving Target,”, 2021).

- NurseOpen

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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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