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NYCPM Infectious Diseases Course - Replay for those who took the course already

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Update on the Treatment of Foot and Ankle Infection i: State of the art 2020

Objectives Learning Objectives: At the end of the educational program, the learner will be able to: 1. Understand appropriate Oral Antibiotic Selection 2. Be Aware of iDSA guideliens 3. Understand the treatment of the infected Diabetic Foot 4. Understand the safety concerns when prescribing Antibiotics 5. Understand the appropriate use of topical and other forms of antibiotic therapy


Objectives The diagnosis and treatment of head lice in the office Identifying different patterns and morphology in scabies infestations and update on treatment Distinguishing infestations from insect bite hypersensitivity


Objectives Hot new stuff on impetigo and staphylococcal scalded skin infection An update on diagnosis and management of tinea capitis and relevant medications for tinea corporis The recognition of factitial dermatoses New guidelines for the evaluation and management of infantile hemangioma

About the Speakers:

  • Dr. Jacobs is a 1973 Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed his residency in surgery at Monsignor Clement Kern Hospital for special surgery in Warren, Michigan in 1975. Dr. Jacobs is in private practice in St. Louis, Missouri. He is board certified in reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. For 25 years, Dr. Jacobs served as a Director of Podiatric Surgical Residency Training; and has also served as a contributing editor to the Journal of Foot Surgery, Podiatry Today, Foot and Ankle Quarterly and Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. Additionally, Dr. Jacobs has served as the Scientific Chairman of the American Podiatric Medical Association, The Missouri Podiatry Society, and on the Journal Management Committee of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He was the first podiatrist to receive the rank of Fellow by Temple University. He was voted a Lifetime Achievement Award and to The Podiatry Hall of Fame. He has received numerous awards from the APMA and ACFAS for his dedication to podiatry and podiatric education, as well as recognition from the governors of Missouri, Arkansas and Massachusetts. He has published over 80 scientific articles in various publications and 17 chapter contributions in various textbooks, and has presented over 1000 papers at podiatric and medical society meetings. In addition to his practice, Dr. Jacobs maintains a free educational website,, with open access to students, residents and practitioners of podiatric medicine and surgery. He is a nationally recognized author, researcher and a noted authority of surgery of the foot..
  • Ronald L. Soave, DPM Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine Dean of the Department BS, St. Francis College DPM, New York College of Podiatric Medicine.
  • When Mark Kosinski was a pre-med student at NYU, foot problems took him to a podiatrist. The podiatrist impressed him; here was a specialty that encompassed other specialties. Dermatology, neurology, surgery, orthopedics – all while still being a specialist of the foot. He decided to pursue podiatry as his career path. After obtaining his BA in biology, he started studying at NYCPM in 1979, graduated in 1983 and completed a 24-month surgical residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Philadelphia (at the time, one of the teaching hospitals for the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine, which is now part of Temple University). All during Dr. Kosinski’s studies at NYCPM and throughout his residency, he knew that he wanted to teach at NYCPM. He began working as a per-diem instructor in 1986 and, as more time became available at the college, became a full-time faculty member in the department of medicine. It was his dream job. Right now, Dr. Kosinski sees patients in the Foot Center of New York and teaches second, third, and fourth-year students. He is involved in teaching Physical Assessment Lab and Pod Med 1 and 2 classes. In addition to classroom lectures, Dr. Kosinski gives outside lectures for various CME programs, has written textbook chapters and articles, and has been a reviewer for journals. Dr. Kosinski’s main area of study is lower-extremity infections, an interest that stems from his residency. During that time, he met Jack LeFrock, MD, the chief of infectious diseases at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia, who got him interested in this rewarding field. In 1999, he completed a fellowship in lower extremity infectious diseases at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, NJ under Leon Smith, MD, a program that was made possible through David George, DPM (’72). Dr. Kosinski finds that infectious disease doctors share common interests and goals, a characteristic that transcends degrees and national borders. He would one day like to go on medical missions to areas of the world underserved by doctors.
  • Fees

    Free for Attendees of the Live Meeting

    Intended Audience: Podiatrists

    Refund Policy

    No refunds are available for online courses

    Compliance Statement

    In accordance with the Council on Podiatric Medical Education's Standards and Requirements for Approval of Providers of Continuing Education in Podiatric Medicine, any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests of faculty, planning committee, or any others who have influence over the content of this educational activity must be disclosed to program participants. Neither the planning committee members nor the speaker have any financial relationships to disclose.

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