Rheum2Learn 2.0 - Osteoporosis
Rheum2Learn 2.0 provides fundamental rheumatology education for residents in training and enhances clinical knowledge in the care and assessment of individuals with rheumatologic diseases. While it can be used as a resource by internal medicine program directors, associate program directors, core faculty, and chief residents to train and teach residents, it can also be used by residents as a supplemental resource during their rheumatology rotations or simply as self-study material. Each Rheum2Learn 2.0 module includes three cases, covering a broad range of rheumatologic conditions.
The cases in this activity focus on Osteoporosis.
Residents in training who may provide care for patients with rheumatic diagnoses in primary care, inpatient, critical care, and other clinical contexts. May also be of interest to medical students, fellows in training, advanced practice providers, practicing physicians, and other healthcare professionals seeking to strengthen their clinical knowledge in the care and assessment of individuals with rheumatic diseases.
This activity is complimentary.