Module 11: Case Studies for Investigation and Follow-up in Patients with UPIA
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Learning Objectives
After completing this educational activity, the learner will have better knowledge, understanding and expertise related to: Investigation and follow-up on a patient with Undifferentiated Peripheral Inflammatory Arthritis (UPIA); Differential diagnosis & minimal laboratory and imaging investigations necessary to identify most causes of arthritis ; Predictors of persistent inflammatory arthritis and their documentation

Target Audience & Learning Components:
This learning activity is intended for rheumatologists and all other healthcare professionals with an interest in the treatment and management of undifferentiated peripheral inflammatory arthritis. This module consists of the following learning components: Case studies; Post-test and Evaluation

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Release date: September 20, 2010   Expiration date: September 20, 2012

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