Email You First to order any of the following practice materials. In your email please let us know how many copies you would like to order.
Breast Cancer Screening
Courses are now available to You First providers and offered with permission from the California Department of Health Care Services Every Woman Counts Program and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Continuing medical education credits are available.
- Free online
- Risk Assessment, genetic counseling, and genetic testing.
- Free online
- Case studies (produced by several states and the Centers for Disease Control). The program includes interactive cases and resources designed to improve providers ability to identify, evaluate, and manage patients at risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. It also includes links to risk assessment tools and resources.
- Free online
- Provides a general reference for breast cancer screening, diagnosis, and treatment. Summary overviews are provided for nine main topic areas. All topics accompanied by a resource page with links to related internet resources.
Cervical Cancer Screening
- Free Online
- Burden of Disease, Barriers to Screening, Anatomy, Cervical Cancer & HPV, Cervical Cancer Screening, Follow-up Strategies, Initial Management of Screening Results, Follow-up of Abnormal Results and Case Studies.
Webinar Series: Association for American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP)
- Module 1: HPV Primary Screening (Thoma C. Wright, Jr, MD, Edward J. Mayeaux, Jr, MD, DABFP, FAAFP, Warner K. Huh, MD, David C. Wilbur, MD)
- Module 2: What is the Role of HPV Testing (Walter K. Kinney, MD, Herschel W. Laswan, MD, Thomas C. Wright, Jr, MD)
- Module 3: Genotyping (Edward J Mayeaux, Jr, MD, Warner K. Huh, MD, Mark H. Einstein, MD, MS, Thomas C. Wright, Jr, MD)
Heart Health Screening
American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM)
The program is presented in two parts covering basic and advanced material. Part 1 covers the fifteen core competencies of lifestyle medicine endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control WISEWOMAN Program and ACPM and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Part 2 provides an in-depth study of the competencies, guidance on how to employ them in a lifestyle medicine-oriented practice, and approaches to facilitating behavior change interventions in the following lifestyle medicine domains:
- Diet and nutrition
- Smoking cessation
- Alcohol Use
- The program is split into 2 parts, each class takes 1 hour and provides 1 CE credit. Part 1 focuses on best practices for Diabetes Prevention Program Management. Part 2 focuses on the operations of a Diabetes Prevention Program.