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Inside The Omnia CME Journal
The first article, Pelvic Adhesions: Prevention through Adjunctive Therapies, focuses on various surgical procedures that carry significant incidence of pelvic adhesions, including cesarean section, and discusses prevention strategies. The article Genital Herpes: Common Questions about Diagnosis and Transmission offers a question-and-answer format directed to the prevention and reduction of transmission of HSV through counseling patients on natural history and viral shedding. Finally, Female Sexual Dysfunction: A Vexing Problem in Women’s Health addresses a topic that repeatedly ranks in the top ten of interest in Omnia’s needs assessments and surveys. Female sexual dysfunction correlates closely to physical and mental well-being, and this article helps physicians better understand the complex etiology and better prepares them to recognize and address issues related to female sexual dysfunction.
The Omnia CME Journal is a free-standing educational supplement that focuses on key issues of interest to stakeholders in women’s health. Topics are identified through multiple sources, including Omnia Education’s formal needs assessment process, quality improvement data, evaluation of peer-reviewed literature, an expert-needs survey, and medical advisory board input. Each article takes a practical approach to prevention, diagnosis and management strategies in order to improve patient care.
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