Clinical care for monkeypox should be fully optimized to alleviate
symptoms, manage complications and prevent long-term sequelae

Monkeypox is a typically rare viral infection that is spread through close contact. The White House declared Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency in August, as the number of cases across the US and other countries continues to increase. In Colorado, the number and geographic spread of Monkeypox has increased since the first case was reported in May 2022. Based on the best currently available data, Monkeypox will continue to be a public health concern for the immediate future. Healthcare providers need public health and clinical information to help prevent, diagnosis and treat Monkeypox cases in the ambulatory and inpatient setting.

This series will include two, weekly, hour-long sessions. Each session will include didactic presentations and case study review, along with participant Q&A.

Monkeypox Bootcamp

Colorado health care providers (MD, DO, APP, RN, etc.) and administrators who care for patients in the primary care or hospital setting and are likely to care for patients with Monkeypox.

Two weekly ECHO sessions held virtually
Fridays 7:00 - 8:00 AM MT
September 9 and 16

Sept 9: Monkeypox General Overview
Sept 16: Monkeypox Diagnosis and Clinical Management


PENDING APPROVAL, these webinars will be reviewed and acceptable for up to two credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity (1.0 credit per webinar).

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