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Issue 4
Issue 4

Managing pulmonary exacerbations in people with cystic fibrosis: is there high-grade evidence to support best practices? How helpful is the most curre...

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Issue 3

Where’s the evidence about managing pulmonary exacerbations in people with cystic fibrosis? What actually defines an exacerbation? Do females an...

Issue 5
Issue 5

What was it like for a frontline critical care pulmonologist at the very beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic? On the frontlines as the epidemic became...

Issue 9
Issue 9

Obesity among people living with HIV is on the rise. What’s causing it? Is it a side effect of ART? From which regimens? What do we know and wha...

Issue 9
Issue 9

MS may not yet be “curable,” but research continues to improve currently available treatment options and assess the safety and efficacy of...

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Issue 2

Race and ethnicity. How do they affect a patient’s ability to receive a timely and accurate cystic fibrosis diagnosis? How do the social determi...

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Issue 8

Is it true that a significant number of patients being treated for MS may not actually have the disease? What are the red flags — warnings that...

Issue 7
Issue 7

Accurately diagnosing multiple sclerosis and differentiating MS from alternate disorders can be challenging in clinical settings. What is a typical cl...

Issue 8
Issue 8

Are PLWH at higher risk for increased mortality from COVID-19 infection? How important is it for PWLH to get vaccinated and boosted? Is breakthrough C...

Issue 7
Issue 7

Among the many controversies surrounding mRNA vaccination, one of particular importance to PLWH already experiencing immune dysregulation is, can thes...

People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention
  • Webcast
People for PrEP: Identifying Barriers to HIV Prevention

Primary, convenient, and urgent care are the first line of defense for HIV prevention. Learn from experts and patients to overcome barriers to PrEP uptake. June 14 @ 6:30pm ET

Esophageal Carcinoma
  • Webcast
Esophageal Carcinoma

An interactive infographic to educate clinicians on advances in the therapeutic paradigm for patients with esophageal carcinoma. Physicians, nurses, and PAs can earn credit.

Issue 1
Issue 1

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color): why is an accurate diagnosis of cystic fibrosis so often missed — or delayed, or misdiagnosed &mdash...

Issue 6
Issue 6

Fatigue. Urinary dysfunction. Constipation. Spasticity and gait problems. Providing relief from these common MS symptoms often requires clinicians to...

Issue 6
Issue 6

Long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy is expected to improve adherence, reduce patient burden, and lower community viral load. But for which p...

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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