Advances in COVID-19: Update for Clinicians 2021



This virtual course aims to update participants on the latest advances in the management of COVID-19. Plenary sessions will cover primer on COVID-19 (virology, variants, nomenclature), vaccinations in immunocompromised patients/children, treatment in inpatient and outpatient, monoclonals, treating COVID-19 in transplant patients, HIV and COVID-19, pediatric transmission/schools/evolving epidemiology, prevention, long-term consequences, optimizing diagnosis, cases across the spectrum, post-acute COVID-19 syndrome/long haul pathogenesis. Also included are robust panel discussions and Q&A sessions with faculty.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify which patient are at risk for COVID-19 and which patients are at risk for severe disease when infected with COVID-19
  • More effectively respond to patients’ and other providers’ questions on how SARS-CoV-2 causes severe COVID-19
  • Accurately diagnose COVID-19 using the most appopriate diagnostic modalities in different health care settings
  • Be able to identify common and uncommon clinical manifestations of COVID-19 to enhance early diagnosis and treatment
  • Apply evidence-based therapeutic approaches to the care of inpatients and outpatients with COVID-19
  • Apply evidence-based strategies to prevent COVID-19 in the health care settings/community
  • Describe treating COVID-19 in transplant patients
  • Review HIV and SARS-CoV-2 coinfection
  • Discuss Long Haul pathogenesis and cases
6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

6.5 CNE contact hours


November 12, 2021


Virtual Conference