Gender & Health CME Resource
The Journal of Current Clinical Care and www.HealthPlexus.net are pleased to announce the launch of Gender & Health—a CME resource dedicated to covering health and wellness specific conditions that may distinctly affect Men and Women.
We are proud to confirm that Dr. Dean Elterman has assumed responsibilities for curating this section and has taken on the role of Editor-in-Chief.
Dr. Elterman is a recognized key opinion leader on the subjects of Men’s and Women’s health who with the help of the Editorial board will use the resource to promote the education and awareness of gender differences in health through carefully selected content that will be developed on a regular basis.
In addition to the ongoing development of new content, the resource will combine and feature currently available content that was carefully organized under the existing and separate Men’s and Women’s Health sections.
Our first entry as part of the new resource is a clinical review article, “Sacral Neuromodulation for Overactive Bladder”. The article features smart educational tools that assist with the knowledge translation such as, OAB Infographic, interactive Pre- and Post-test CME Quizzes, Bio-Medical Illustration, Key Points and Clinical Pearls.
We hope you will enjoy using the Gender & Health CME resource and would like to hear from you. If you have any comments, suggestions for topics or are interested in contributing, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
About Health Plexus:
Comprised of 1000s of clinical reviews, CMEs, bio-medical illustrations and animations and other resources, all organized under specific topic resources, our vision is to provide physicians and allied healthcare professionals with access to credible, timely and multi-disciplinary continuing medical education from anywhere and on any media consumption device.
Gender & Health CME Resource is the compilation of high-quality clinical reviews, online CME programs, library of original visual aids, interviews, roundtable discussions and related conference reports.
If you have any questions or wish to inquire about how to become a contributor please contact us.
Dr. Dean S. Elterman is a Staff Urologist at the Toronto Western Hospital/University Health Network. His clinical and research interests include: