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April 2011
Education & Resources
IDSA Lyme Disease Online Course Offers CME Credit

Tick season is now upon us. Prepare yourself and your practice with IDSA’s online case study course for the clinical assessment, treatment, and prevention of Lyme disease. Using cases written by expert faculty members, participants will be better able to:

This course is intended for clinicians with patients who are either at risk for, or are being treated for, Lyme disease. The audience includes physicians and other health care professionals.

Each case is accredited for .25 CME credits. To receive CME credit, you must complete at least four of the six cases, score 70 percent correct or higher on the post-test, and complete the evaluation. A letter of completion is also available for non-physicians.

Learn more and register for the course at lymecourse.idsociety.org.
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