• Teaching Fellows in Lupus Project (Live)

    This live CME activity enlists fellows in rheumatology to deliver seminars to frontline providers so they can better recognize lupus and refer to rheumatologists for diagnosis and treatment.

    Available only for healthcare providers who atttended live sessions.

    To claim credit for attending this activity, please select the session you attended and complete the evaluation of the activity. After the evaluation is completed, submit your credit claim and attestation after which you can print your CME certificate or certificate of participation.

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  • This live CME activity addresses lupus and lupus-related issues, including medications, laboratory testing, comorbidities, patient resources, and health maintenance for persons with lupus. Available only for pre-registered healthcare providers

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  • This CME Activity discusses common practices of offices that are culturally and linguistically competent and provides practical interventions to address individual biases.

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  • This CME Activity takes a closer look at how biases form and the role our brain plays in both unconscious and conscious bias.

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  • This CME Activity introduces bias, both unconscious and conscious, and how both impact practitioners and their patients.

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  • This CME Activity explores health disparities that currently exist in health care, the disparities in both prevalence and outcomes of SLE, and how we can address these disparities.

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  • This lecture is part of a lecture series covering various topics in SLE developed to address educational needs that currently exist in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with lupus – particularly those groups disproportionately affected by the disease.

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  • This lecture is part of a lecture series covering various topics in SLE developed to address educational needs that currently exist in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with lupus – particularly those groups disproportionately affected by the disease.

    Self enrollment
  • This lecture is part of a lecture series covering various topics in SLE developed to address educational needs that currently exist in the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with lupus – particularly those groups disproportionately affected by the disease.

    Self enrollment