Online CME: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (American College of Physicians PIER)

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This activity aims to help participants in being able to "demonstrate an increase in the skills and knowledge required to maintain competence, strengthen their habits of critical inquiry and balanced judgment, and to contribute to better patient care."

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This activity aims to help participants in being able to “demonstrate an increase in the skills and knowledge required to maintain competence, strengthen their habits of critical inquiry and balanced judgment, and to contribute to better patient care.” Diagnosis and consultation for diagnosis, drug and non-drug therapy, patient education, consultation for management, and follow-up care are among the topics covered in this guideline-like program. Use the link code below to access the host site for this program, enter the above title in the search window, and select “physician” as your occupation in order to access the activity.

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