Pan American Medical Association (PAMA) Symposium

Join us virtually for the Pan America Medical Association (PAMA) educational symposium.

This year’s on-line continuous Medical Education (CME) symposium will provide a focused update on topics of importance to primary and advanced care practitioners. The topics will range from cardiology, GI, Infectious Diseases, thoracic surgery and General Surgery.  A COVID-19 update is included in these presentations. Sessions will focus on a multitude of topics needed to practice high quality, evidence-based medicine delivered by your PAMA colleagues. The CME presentations will be ideal for Family Practice and Internal Medicine Physicians as well as advanced practice providers who want to advance their knowledge and management of medical/surgical diseases.

As in prior in-person Symposiums we have partnered with Orlando Health to provide the CME for these conferences. Please take the exam to be able to take credit for the presentations. The awarded AMA CME will then be sent to CE Broker.

We look forward to your participation and hope you enjoy the offering of this CME from your PAMA colleagues.

Joel A Garcia-Fernandez, MD, RPVI, FACC, FACP, FSCAI, FCCP, FSVM

Course Director

To access CME courses for PAMA, please visit the links below.

https://www.orlandohealth.com/content-hub/ohhvi-symposium

 

Use & Utility of genetic studies in oncology

Half Credit

By: Carlos Alemany, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Patient Care in the ERA of customer service (49 minutes)

.75 credit

By: Juan Pablo Arnoletti, MD.

Link: Go to conference

Finding the patient with the disease. Testing modalities for SARS COV-2

Half Credit

By: Patricia Couto, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Update on cardic amyloidosis (39 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Rizcallah Deek, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Surgical treatment for gastroesophageal reflux disease (37 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Juan Escalon, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Anti-platelet Therapy in Contemporary Cardiology

Half Credit

By: Joel Garcia, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Pulmonary nodule, current treatment (26 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Luis Herrera, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Update & review for cholesterol guidelines

Half Credit

By: Dustin Hill, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Dementia prevention (22 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Arnaldo Isa, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Screening for heart disease (28 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Jennifer Kinaga, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

First record of the red important fire ant, Solenopsis Invicta Buren, from Hispaniola and it’s clinical implications

Half Credit

By: Santiago Martinez, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Basic of cervical & lumbar spine disease (22 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Virgilio Matheus, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Diverticular disease &abdominal pain: is it a complication, SCAD, SUDD or just IBS?

Half Credit

By: William Mayoral, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Abdominal wall reconstruction & new techniques

Half Credit

By: Carlos Ortiz Ortiz, M.D.

Link: Available soon

Safe prescription of opioids

Half Credit

By: Julio Paez, M.D.

Link: Available soon

BPH: When do you need treatment? (30 minutes)

.50 credit

By: Jose Silva, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Update on HTN (48 minutes)

.75 credit

By: Jorge Uribe, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Venous insufficiency in 2020. An update on treatment options (1hour)

1.0 credit

By: Lina M Vargas, M.D.

Link: Go to conference

Pituitary adenomas

Half Credit

By: Hunaldo Villalobos, M.D.

Link: Available soon