CME Outfitters Announces Upcoming Educational Webcast on Testosterone Deficiency to Launch April 2013

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CME Outfitters is accepting registration for its upcoming webcast activity focusing on a primary care approach to screening, treating and monitoring men with testosterone deficiency.

Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 05, 2013

We are looking forward to incorporating physician-patient interactions into this webcast. It is important for CMEO to acknowledge the patient perspective when educating clinicians about screening, treating and monitoring men with testosterone deficiency. We think this format will help build confidence in our learners and encourage clinicians treating testosterone deficiency to take a more patient-focused approach in the clinical setting ultimately improving patient outcomes, said Jan Perez, CCMEP, CMEO Managing Partner.

The educational content will focus on the following learning objectives:

Ask appropriate, high-yield questions to uncover possible symptoms of testosterone deficiency, using best evidence to formulate questions.

The following health care professionals are encouraged to register: physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses who provide primary care for men, as well as pharmacists and other health care professionals with an interest in testosterone deficiency.

Faculty list and affiliations:

Culley C. Carson, III, MD, FACS

Rhodes Distinguished Professor of Urology

University of North Carolina

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