Clinical Skills Workshop: Case Study Diabetes
The Asian Pacific Health Foundation is proud to present a new program called "Clinical Skills Workshops". It was designed to serve three primary purposes: to educate our volunteers about the diseases we screen for, to facilitate networking between undergraduate and graduate students, and to garner funds to purchase a new osteoporosis machine. During these sessions, you will have the unique opportunity to learn how to think like a diagnostician and gain critical thinking skills that are essential to becoming a healthcare professional. This month's workshop will be focusing on diabetes. It will begin with an overview of the disease state given by UCSD School of Medicine and UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy students. You will then have the chance to interact with these graduate students during two hypothetical patient case studies where you will discuss various topics such as:

- Gathering a thorough medical history and how to interact with a patient
- Generating a list of differential diagnoses and sequentially ruling out other potential conditions
- Determining appropriate tests to order
- Interpreting test results
- Proposing a treatment plan
- Maintaining proper chronic disease management and ensuring patient adherence to medication therapy

Date: May 11th, 2019 at 10am - 12pm
Location: UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy
Entrance Fee: $8. These funds will contribute towards our fundraising efforts to purchase a new osteoporosis machine!

Please fill out this form if you are interested in attending this event as space is limited. Your place will be confirmed once you submit your payment through Venmo or in person. This form will close on May 8th at 11:55 pm OR when we reach maximum capacity for this event. After this, you will receive confirmation of your invitation to this event. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to e-mail us at!

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