This dynamic initiative will combine evidence- and case-based discussions to promote translation of educational concepts to practice, amplify retention of learning, and provide real-world tools to improve patient care. The initiative will include: * Series of five (5), 1-hour, Live Hospital Rounds Presentations, to be held at Academic Centers with Genetic Medicine Programs from August 2019 through March 2020. * Interactive, On-Demand, Archive of the Live Hospital Rounds Presentation, to endure online for 1 year.
After attending this activity, the participant will demonstrate the ability to:
- Recognize the natural history and clinical manifestations of FD to facilitate timely recognition and differential diagnosis.
- Assess the clinical impact of FD in heterozygous female patients, as well as unique considerations for their diagnosis & management.
- Describe recently-identified genotype-phenotype correlations in FD, and how different mutations may affect disease progression, severity, and/or response to treatment.
- Develop patient-specific FD management plans for pediatric and adult populations that consider published recommendations, individual clinical factors, patient goals, & novel FD therapies.