Putting Prevention into Practice (Long Form): Slide Presentation

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  1. Putting Prevention into Practice
  2. Acknowledgements
  3. Thoughts on Prevention
  4. Objectives
  5. Encourage Focus on Prevention
  6. Why Prevention?
  7. Identify Basic Health Screening Principles
  8. Levels of Prevention*
  9. Primary Prevention
  10. Secondary Prevention
  11. Tertiary Prevention
  12. When Prevention?
  13. Discuss the Role of Evidence Based Medicine
  14. The Role of Evidence Based Medicine
  15. Define the Role of the USPSTF Grading System
  16. Defining the USPSTF
  17. Defining the USPSTF (2)
  18. USPSTF Mission
  19. USPSTF Evidence Review
  20. USPSTF Letter Grades
  21. USPSTF and the ePSS
  22. USPSTF and Clinical Decision-Making
  23. Prioritizing Risk Factors
  24. What the Grades Mean
  25. Implementing Wellness Recommendations
  26. Implementing Wellness Interventions
  27. Interprofessional Healthcare
  28. Discuss Counseling and Delivery to Patients
  29. Counseling Strategies
  30. Improving Delivery
  31. Describe New Federal Initiatives
  32. New Federal Initiatives Change in Reimbursements
  33. Demonstrate USPSTF-Related Resources
  34. Tools for Different Audiences
  35. AHRQ's Guide to Clinical Preventive Services
  36. Download the ePSS
  37. The ePSS Widget
  38. Using the ePSS in a clinical setting—an example:
  39. Using the ePSS in a clinical setting—an example: (continued)
  40. Case 1: Male, 57 y/o, smoker, sexually active
  41. Case 1: Male, 57 y/o, smoker, sexually active (continued)
  42. Case 2: Male, 77 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  43. Case 2: Male, 77 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  44. Case 3: Male, 17 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  45. Case 3: Male, 17 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  46. Case 4: Female, 66 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  47. Case 4: Female, 66 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  48. Case 5: Female, 18 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  49. Case 5: Female, 18 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  50. Case 6: Female, 32 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active
  51. Case 6: Female, 32 y/o, nonsmoker, sexually active (continued)
  52. Patient Case 1
  53. Patient Case 1 (continued)
  54. Patient Case 1 (continued)
  55. Patient Case 2
  56. Patient Case 2 (continued)
  57. Patient Case 2 (continued)
  58. Patient Case 3
  59. Patient Case 3 (continued)
  60. Patient Case 3 (continued)
  61. For More Information
Page last reviewed October 2011
Internet Citation: Putting Prevention into Practice (Long Form): Slide Presentation. October 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/quality-patient-safety/quality-resources/tools/ppip/index.html