Our third of 10 webinars, the American Thyroid Association invites you to join us for our summer series of thyroid education. Programming from the ATA Personalized Approach to Thyroid Disorders and Controversies in Thyroidology cancelled 2020 in-person meetings due to COVID-19 have been transitioned into virtual programs. Learn from leading experts and earn CME and MOC credit all from the comfort of your home or office.
This course is available to watch on-demand and receive credit for up to one year from the date of webinar release. There is no live Q&A with faculty associated for this program. Registrants will be notified as new webinars in the series are released.
3.0 credits available until June 24, 2021. View the Accreditation Statement/Credit tab for details.
Personalized Approach to Thyroid Disorders Part 2: Lectures
Included in this webinar:
Thyroid Disorders in Pregnancy (Tim Korevaar)
Hypothyroidism After Thyroidectomy and Autoimmune: Do We Treat It Differently?
Hyperthyroidism: Personalized Therapeutic Options According to Etiology and Patient Preference
Initial Approach to Low Risk Thyroid Cancer
Approach to Advanced Thyroid Cancer
Upon completion of this educational activity, learners will be able to:
Register for the full series of 10 webinars and save on registration fees. To learn more about the webinar series, faculty, accreditation details, program committees, pricing and more, visit the ATA website at https://www.thyroid.org/2020-virtual-program-library/.
Who Should Attend
American Thyroid Association virtual programs are open to all healthcare professionals who wish to broaden and update their knowledge of the thyroid gland and thyroid cancer. ATA content is scientific in nature and is intended for researchers and practitioners in thyroidology with interests in the fields of endocrinology, oncology, nuclear medicine, internal medicine, surgery, pathology, radiation oncology, cytology, biology, pharmacology, family medicine and related areas. ATA education is targeted to the full thyroid team who diagnose and treat thyroid disorders (e.g., primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, physician assistants, etc.).