Metabolic Associated Liver Disease
Cohort based program | 12-1 p.m.
This program will support providers with understanding the impact of Metabolic Associated Liver Disease on Nevada’s population and health status. Our goal is to increase Nevada primary care providers’ knowledge about diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention of Metabolic Associated Liver Disease. In addition, we aim to increase provider’s in confidence and skill in providing best practices when managing Metabolic Associated Liver Disease.
- Session #1: Orientation to Metabolic Associated Liver Disease
- Session #2: Guidelines for Screening for Metabolic Liver Disease
- Session #3: Pathophysiology
- Session #4: Behavioral Therapy Related to Living a Healthy Lifestyle
- Session #5: Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine #1
- Session #6: Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine #2
- Session #7: Medications Associated with Weight Changes
- Session #8: Role of Bariatric Surgery in Metabolic Syndrome, including Metabolic Liver Disease
- Karen Bain, RDN, LD, CDCES. Ms. Bain works as a nutrition coach and practices as a clinical dietitian with an emphasis on translating the science of nutrition into lifestyle practices for weight loss, diabetes management, and chronic disease. Ms. Bain is the Co-Director of the Culinary Medicine program at UNR School of Medicine incorporating the practice of nutrition into the medical curriculum. She has extensive experience in diabetes telemedicine and program development for wellness.
- Anyansi Lombardero, Ph.D. Dr. Anayansi Lombardero is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Montana-Missoula. Dr. Lombardero completed a fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology at the New Mexico VA Health Care System, where she specialized in integrated care and health promotion and disease prevention. Dr. Lombardero served as core faculty in the Ph.D. Program in Clinical and Community Psychology at the University of Alaska Anchorage prior to moving to Nevada.
- Dennis Yamamoto, M.D. Dr. Yamamoto's interest in medicine came late in his educational pursuits, and even a bit unexpectedly, when as a graduate student at Michigan State, a friend suggested they take jobs as orderlies at the local hospital. He seized the opportunity to work in a hospital and soon found that medicine was the career he never knew he always wanted. He pursued his Medical Doctorate at Michigan State, and chose gastroenterology as his subspecialty, fascinated by the field’s potential for exploring a variety of interventional therapies.
To request copies of didactics and reference materials, please contact us at Projectecho@med.unr.edu
Continuing Medical Education (CME) Accreditation