Sessions will be held Wednesdays from 12-1:00pm ET with no sessions the week of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years
Patient care is enhanced when primary care providers feel increasingly informed and empowered to treat complex patients with specialty care needs. The goal of this program is to expand primary care provider’s capacity to deliver the right care at the right time to patients in their community. To increase the capacity of community-based clinicians in Virginia to screen, diagnose, and manage patients with chronic kidney disease in their own practice through telementoring from specialists, guided practice, collaboration with a network of providers, and case-based learning.
The purpose of this learning series is to build the capacity of primary care clinicians and their teams to diagnose and treat patients with opioid use disorder. During this ECHO we will examine the diagnosis and treatment of chronic kidney disease in complex patients.
The key skills participants will take away include screening for chronic kidney disease with evidence-based, up to date screening tools. Participants will have access to a library of resources including the presentation given by the specialist presenter which can be referenced to enhance patient care.
|1 - Framing the Issue: Epidemiology of CKD in Virginia||11/18/2020|
|2 - The Kidney Profile: 2 Labs, 1 Test||12/2/2020|
|3 - eGFR in Primary Care||12/9/2020|
|4 - Albuminuria in Primary Care||12/16/2020|
|5 - Impact of COVID on the Kidneys||1/21/2021|
|6 - Educational Tools and Resources to Share with Patient||4/28/2021|
|7 - Diagnosing Diabetic Kidney Disease with Confidence||5/12/2021|
|8 - Lifestyle Modifications and Dietary Guidelines for Diabetes Prevention||5/26/2021|
|9 - Role of SGLT2 Inhibitors in Managing CKD||6/9/2021|
|10 - Acute Kidney Injury: Prevention and Management Post-AKI||6/23/2021|
|11 - Nutrition Guidelines for CKD for Nutrition Professionals||7/7/2021|
|12 - Innovations in Pharmacology and Nephrotoxic Drugs||7/21/2021|