Discover how to properly diagnose and treat patients with low testosterone with a new activity at AAPA’s Learning Central, “Androgen Deficiency: Timely Recognition and Appropriate Treatment.” PAs can earn up to 1 AAPA Category 1 CME credit.
What you’ll learn
At the end of this activity, PAs should be better able to:
- Review symptoms that suggest androgen deficiency
- Check conditions with increased risk for androgen deficiency
- Discuss appropriate diagnostic techniques based on symptoms, physical examination and appropriate lab testing
- Offer possible treatments
- Identify men who should not receive exogenous testosterone
- Describe when and how to monitor patients in treatment
PAs can participate two ways:
- Clinical Dialogue. A video discussion featuring leading experts. Includes an optional pre-and post-survey, a CME post-test and a program evaluation. CME credit will be awarded to those achieving a grade of 70 percent or higher on the post-test.
- eCase Challenge. Text-based programs where PAs are presented with challenging scenarios. A video highlights the key takeaways. Includes an optional pre- and post-survey, a CME post-test and a program evaluation. CME credit will be awarded to those achieving a grade of 70 percent or higher on the post-test.
Explore more than 400 online CME activities at AAPA’s Learning Central.
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