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Clinical Skills in Telemedicine: Abdominal exam Exam
Physical exam strategies for telemedicine abdominal exam.
Ekta Gupta, MBBS - Director of Endoscopy, Johns Hopkins Knoll North; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Learn from Johns Hopkins experts demonstrating evidence-based virtual physical examinations. The Johns Hopkins Telemedicine Education Consortium was formed in March 2020, drawing on the expertise of Johns Hopkins providers and faculty from all specialties across the organization to study, cultivate, and promote the highest clinical standards in telemedicine. Our “living library” offers practical and relevant clinical skills demonstrated by renowned experts in the respective fields. Video content and best practice recommendations will continue to grow and evolve. Earn Level 1 Certificate of Completion.
This activity is intended for all practicing health care professionals including physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.
Demonstrate physical exam strategies for a telemedicine abdominal exam.
Consider strengths and limitations of the virtual exam room setting.
Recognize clinical signs requiring escalation of care.
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The following relationships have been reported for this activity:
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Nicholas R. Rowan, MD Presenter Grant or research support- Optinose US, Inc.
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This enduring material is expected to take approximately .50 hours to complete. Once the activity is completed, you must pass the post-test and complete the evaluation with attestation to receive CME credit.
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March 7, 2022
March 7, 2024