1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded September 25, 2015
The course on Medication Issues focuses on helping providers recognize the problems that providers face with treating patients with multiple medical problems while they are on multiple medications, with a focus on Adverse Drug Events.
- Differentiate Multimorbidity from Comorbidity and list various patient care challenges associated with the care of patients with multimorbidity
- List issues associated with the use of multiple medications in a single patient
- Identify high risk factors that increase the likelihood of having an Adverse Drug Event ( ADE)
- List methods used for the detection of Adverse Drug Events
- List modalities that can help reduce problems associated with the use of multiple medications
Disclosures: The above faculty had no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Dr. Jasmeet Singh Bhogal, MD currently serves as the Medica Director for VirtuaExpress Urgent Care, as part of the Virtua Health System in South Jersey. Dr. Bhogal earned his degree in MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) from Christian Medical College, Punjab, India in 2004. Dr. Bhogal completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Family Medicine Program at Capital health system in Trenton, New Jersey in 2009. Immediately after his residency, Dr. Bhogal entered an Urgent Care Fellowship at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. After completing his fellowship, Dr. Bhogal joined as the Medical Director for Urgent Care at Lancaster General Health System in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 2010. In April 2014, he became the Medical Director for VirtuaExpress Urgent Care network in South Jersey. In 2014, Dr. Bhogal was also appointed as the UCAOA National Fellowship Director for Urgent Care Fellowships. In this role, he focuses on increasing awareness for the advanced training of providers nationwide in urgent care. He also works with current residency programs to develop urgent care fellowships. He also serves as a trustee to the Urgent Care College of Physicians (UCCOP). In addition to this, Dr. Bhogal serves as the head of the Continuing Medical Education (CME) Committee within UCCOP. Dr. Bhogal has also authored the chapter on Laceration Repair and Wound Management in the Textbook of Urgent Care Medicine. He has presented several times at the UCAOA conference. His lectures include Wound Management and laceration repair, Headache, Medication Issues in Urgent Care, Use of Evidence Based Clinical Guidelines, and common orthopedic injuries in Weekend Warriors in Urgent Care. Dr. Bhogal is board certified in Family Medicine.
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