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Quest Diagnostics Continuing Medical Education
Welcome to the Quest Diagnostics Continuing Medical Education (CME) page. Below are links to CME learning opportunities that are available to you with the permission of the accredited providers. Activities were selected, whether in part or in whole, for their appropriateness to the practice of clinical medicine.
- THE FUTURE OF THE LIPID PANEL: AN NLA EXPERT DISCUSSION
CME Expiration Date: 04/18/2018 This link is provided with the permission of the National Lipid Association
Learn how to correctly use the immunofluorescence antinuclear antibody assay (ANA-IFA) in conjunction with a thorough history and physical exam to effectively screen patients who present with signs and symptoms suggestive of an autoimmune rheumatic disease (ARDs).
- CHOOSING WISELY: INDICATIONS AND INTERPRETATION OF THE ANTINUCLEAR ANTIBODY TEST IN PRIMARY CARE
CME Expiration Date: 02/09/2018 This link is provided with permission of Pri-Med
The goal of this educational activity is to evaluate the application of West Nile Virus testing among patients with encephalitis or meningitis.
- USE OF TESTING FOR WEST NILE VIRUS AND OTHER ARBOVIRUSES
CME expiration date: 08/10/2017 This CME link is provided with permission of Medscape. Medscape is an open access destination for free CME/CE activities. If you are not a Medscape member, those who wish to access content will need to set up a free account.
For comments or suggestions, please email CME@QuestDiagnostics.com
These CME activities are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended as medical advice. A physician’s test selection and interpretation, diagnosis, and patient management decisions should be based on his/her education, clinical expertise, and assessment of the patient.
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