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SHPT training: explore new treatment perspectives & earn CPD credits

8 October 2019

Earn up to 0.50 CPD credits by completing this module about the latest perspectives on effective SHPT treatment

The module is intended for non-US nephrologists, primary care physicians and diabetologists/endocrinologists.

What will you learn?

Released in October 2019 and available until October 2020, the goal of this continuing professional development (CPD) module is to bring you up to date with the latest perspectives on treating secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) in clinical practice.

If you complete the module, you will gain a deeper understanding of:

  • The latest clinical data on emerging SHPT treatment options
  • The treatment guidelines associated with SHPT
  • The evidence-based treatment targets for SHPT
  • The pathophysiology of SHPT

The module features a guided roundtable discussion with professors Jordi Bover*, Mario Cozzolino, Kamyar Kalantar-Zadeh and Marcus Ketteler§. The discussion is augmented by slides, which you can download.

Available at Medscape Education, the module is entitled ‘Balancing the System: New Perspectives in SHPT Treatment’.

To get started and earn the CPD credits, please follow the link below.

Start the CPD module now



*Clinical Professor of Nephrology; Fundació Puigvert, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Barcelona, Spain.

Professor of Nephrology; University of Milan; Milan, Italy.

Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, Nursing Sciences and Epidemiology; University of California, Irvine; California, USA.

§Professor of Medicine; Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus; Stuttgart, Germany.