Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Opioids, REMS, Prescription Writing

Learning Objectives: Appreciate how the basis of the REMS program has changed with the changing opioid epidemic. Present a framework for best practices regarding opioid management in pain patients and introduce basic science and clinical research in opioid therapy. Review the history of the REMS program. Consider the scope of the opioid epidemic past and present. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a deart...
Dannemiller

Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Steroids, Anti-Depressants, and Anti-Convulsants

Learning Objectives: Review contraindications to therapy. Present a framework for best choices based on goals and patient physiology. Review the pharmacology and physiology of antidepressants. Review the pharmacology and physiology of steroid medication. Review the pharmacology and physiology of anticonvulsants. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a dearth of comprehensive educational programming. The Upd...
Dannemiller

Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Learning Objectives: Review and present a construct for nutraceutical medications. Provide a framework for further exploration for the consultant pain provider for CAM. Discuss and review different platforms of CAM. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a dearth of comprehensive educational programming. The Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts curriculum has been designed to provide the late...
Dannemiller

Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Hospice and Pain Management in War and Underserved Areas

Learning Objectives: To review pain management in the palliative care population. To review effective pain strategies in underserved areas including areas of conflict. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a dearth of comprehensive educational programming. The Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts curriculum has been designed to provide the latest adjustments to pain management practices and i...
Dannemiller

Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Pediatric Pain Management

Learning Objectives: To review the diagnosis of painful conditions and pediatric patients. Review and present a paradigm for interventional procedures in pediatric patients. To form a basis for rationale pharmacologic approaches in pediatric patients. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a dearth of comprehensive educational programming. The Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts curriculum h...
Dannemiller

Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts - Geriatric Pain Management

Learning Objectives: Review disease processes and interventions of geriatric pain patients. Review the assessment of geriatric pain patients. Review the physiological changes in geriatric patients. When preparing to take the pain board examination, both for initial certification and for recertification, there is a dearth of comprehensive educational programming. The Updates on Pain Review: Conversations with the Experts curriculum has been designed to provide the latest adjustments to ...
Dannemiller

Exploring Advances in the Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Alzheimer Disease

STATEMENT OF NEED Alzheimer disease, the most common form of dementia among older adults, is a slowly progressive neurogenerative disease that affects approximately 6 million Americans aged 65 and older (Rajan et al, 2021). Symptoms of Alzheimer disease include memory loss, confusion, impulsive behavior, difficulty with language, mood and personality changes, hallucinations, and increased anxiety or aggression, with severe symptoms such as physical decline, difficulty swallowing, and inabil...
i3 Health

Case Studies in Identifying and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence among People with HIV

The prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) is high among people with HIV (PWH). PWH who report IPV are more likely to have poor HIV-related health outcomes (i.e., limited retention in care and poor adherence to antiretroviral therapy), sexually transmitted infections, mental health disorders, and poor overall physical health. HIV care visits are an opportunity to assess for and address IPV and provide comprehensive support to patients who have experienced IPV. Using a combination of did...
American Academy of CME

Improving Processes for Primary Care Assessment and Referral to Specialty Care in Severe Asthma

Can you recognize severe asthma? Access these educational resources and tools to help you enhance assessment and diagnostic practices and introduce guideline-recommended referral processes. Then share this invaluable educational content with your team by using the downloadable slide decks and discussion guides to initiate meaningful conversations and improve interprofessional care. And to assist providers with optimizing their EMR workflows, this activity also provides you with practical guid...
ACHL

Advances in Neurostimulation for Managing Chronic Post-Amputation Pain

Everything about chronic post-amputation pain (CPAP) is complex: from its disparate pathophysiological mechanisms to complex treatment approaches. Join leading pain management expert, Leonardo Kapural, MD, PhD, and vascular surgeon, Billy Kim, MD, FACS, as they discuss the management of CPAP complexities and insufficiencies of the current therapeutic landscape, as well as emerging evidence on novel devices in this series of videos.
ACHL

Clinical Questions in Cardiology: Using Glucagon-like Peptite-1 Receptor Agonists

The glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1RA) class of medications has become an important option for treating patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2D). Cardiovascular outcome trials also show that selected GLP-1RAs exert beneficial cardiovascular benefits in patients with and without T2D. In this activity, case studies commonly encountered in cardiology practice are utilized to prompt reflection on opportunities for reducing cardiovascular risk. Drawing on seminal research and th...
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower

Clearing a Path in Chronic Rhinosinusitis With Nasal Polyps: Closing Gaps in Diagnosis and Treatment

As many as half of patients with CRSwNP suffer from uncontrolled symptoms on a daily basis, all of which have a negative impact on both physical and mental health. Effective biological and surgical therapies for CRSwNP are becoming increasingly available and best practices for their use as well as placement within management algorithms are constantly evolving. Clearing a Path in Chronic Rhinosinusitis With Nasal Polyps: Closing Gaps in Diagnosis and Treatment is a multimedia, CME Circuit Train...
Integritas Communications

The latest insights into rare blood disorders: Diagnosis and treatment strategies

Because immune-mediated rare blood disorders are uncommon, healthcare providers often lack the knowledge and experience necessary to identify, diagnose, and treat them in accordance with best practices. As a result, there are significant gaps in care, including delays in diagnosis and suboptimal treatment. To ensure that more patients with these rare disorders are offered quality, evidence-based care, it is essential that healthcare providers possess up-to-date information about best practices...
CMEology

Addressing Key Questions About BCMA-Targeted Therapy for Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION Though treatment advances have improved outcomes for most patients, MM remains an incurable disease characterized by continuous relapse. However, the treatment landscape for relapsed/refractory MM (RRMM) has expanded in recent years, and patients who relapse and/or become refractory to initial therapies are benefiting from the increasing availability of a diverse range of novel agents, including B-cell maturation antigen (BCMA)"targeted immunotherapies. These agents ...
Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, RedMedEd, and Purdue University College of Pharmacy

Unmasking Multiple Myeloma and Its Precursor Conditions in Primary Care

For multiple myeloma (MM) patients to receive the most appropriate care, a quick and accurate diagnosis is paramount. This is especially the case for Black patients, as diagnosis has historically been slower in Black patients"even though MM is twice as common in Black Americans than in White Americans. Additionally, MM precursor conditions such as monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance are seen more frequently in Black Americans than in White Americans. Primary care providers ...
Penn State College of Medicine

Across the Compendium: Practical Pathways to Integrate Bispecific Antibodies Into Care for Patients With Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma

As the armamentarium of therapies for relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (R/R MM) expands, several factors, including previous therapy, treatment-related toxicity, and comorbidities must be considered as part of clinical decision making. To assist the multidisciplinary treatment team in these efforts, and ensure patients are receiving cutting-edge cancer care, this immersive digital practice guide highlights best practices, clinical pearls, and strategies to overcome pitfalls in the administ...
ACHL

Recognizing the Substantial Burden of Alopecia in Pediatric Patients and Building Multidisciplinary Capacity and Competence to Address Unmet Needs

Hair loss can have a profound psychological impact, especially on adolescents who may face social stigma or have self-esteem issues. Accurate diagnosis and appropriate management in this patient population can improve not only physical symptoms but also mental well-being. If you’re a clinician who treats alopecia areata (AA) in pediatric patients, take your skills to the next level by accessing ACHL’s AdaptED® platform, which offers a tailored learning experience for busy clinicians, ...
ACHL

Is It Atrial Fibrillation? Navigating Uncertainties on When and Whom to Screen in the Primary Care Setting

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is often asymptomatic making it difficult to detect and diagnose. Unfortunately, for many patients, a diagnosis of AF only follows a hospitalization for an acute event. Both targeted screening and opportunistic screening in the primary care setting can increase the rate of detection of new cases of AF, but are you current with the latest evidence? If you're a puzzle enthusiast, dive into this unique educational experience with CrossMED™! This engaging activity c...
ACHL

Raising the Bar in ATTR Amyloidosis A Training Set on Diagnosis and Treatment

There is considerable heterogeneity in the clinical manifestations of ATTR amyloidosis, which are often dependent on both genetic and environmental factors. Once a fatal diagnosis with no effective therapies available, research in ATTR amyloidosis is rapidly evolving and new pharmacotherapies that demonstrate improved quality of life and life expectancy for patients have been developed. Despite this progress, treatment options remain limited, underscoring the need to continue to expand the tre...
Integritas Communications

Top 10 Questions on Biomarkers in Early Alzheimer’s Disease: Improving Diagnosis and Use of Targeted Therapies

The past several years have seen numerous advances in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) diagnosis and management. Most recently, approval of antiamyloid monoclonal antibodies has revolutionized AD management and has required that patients have amyloid burden verified prior to initiating treatment. Biomarkers, whether obtained from cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) or positron emission tomography (PET) scans, are critical to the early diagnosis of AD and its subsequent management. Plasma biomarkers are an eme...
Integritas Communications

Heart or Lung Conundrums: Unleash Your Diagnostic Skills

Did you know that shortness of breath, difficulty exercising, fatigue, and cold hands and feet could indicate a serious health concern? When your patients present with these symptoms, could it be indicating a more serious heart or lung disease? Put your skills to the test! In just 15 minutes, navigate through real-world cases to see if you can correctly diagnose each patient. Diagnostic conclusions are revealed after reviewing all cases. Hear faculty insights on the implications of learner dec...
ACHL

Overcoming Challenges to Recognizing, Diagnosing, and Managing Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy

Transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy (ATTR-CM), once considered rare, is more prevalent than previously thought. Diagnosing this condition can be a challenge, as early symptoms may be nonspecific and attributable to aging, whereas later more severe symptoms can be mistaken for other cardiovascular conditions such as heart failure or may be confused with other causes of amyloidosis. This can be particularly problematic, as it can delay appropriate treatment. Advances in noninvasive methods f...
Purdue University; RedMedEd

Cleveland Clinic 25th Valve Disease, Structural Interventions & Diastology Summit (Online & USB Flash Drive)

Cleveland Clinic celebrates its silver anniversary with the 25th Valve Disease, Structural Interventions and Diastology Summit. This activity provides a comprehensive educational experience for all who diagnose and treat valve disease. A renowned faculty focuses on the mitral, aortic and tricuspid valves, with newest techniques and strategies for imaging and intervention. Worth up to 15 AMA PRA Category I Credits™, this enduring material meets Echo Lab CME requirements. Additionally, phys...
Meetings By Mail®

Italy & Dalmatian Coast Cruise - Exploring Medicine, Dentistry & the Mediterranean Healthcare Model

Join PES and sail the sparkling waters of the Adriatic & Mediterranean Seas for 8 nights. Explore the splendors of Croatia, Montenegro, Sicily and the Amalfi Coast aboard the 342-guest flagship yacht Wind Surf, the world’s largest sailing ship! Exploring Medicine, Dentistry & the Mediterranean Healthcare Model CME/CE Lecture Seminars for Medical, Dental, Nursing, and Allied Healthcare Professionals This Seminar is planned for 12 Continuing Education Credit Hours. CME/CE Pro...
Professional Education Society

Exploring New Treatment Advances for Acid Sphingomyelinase Deficiency in Adults

STATEMENT OF NEED Acid sphingomyelinase deficiency (ASMD) is a rare, hereditary lysosomal storage disease with multisystemic manifestations, including splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, interstitial lung disease, dyslipidemia, bone marrow and lymph node involvement, and sometimes neurological and peripheral nerve involvement. While the most severe form of ASMD, infantile neurovisceral ASMD, results in death in early childhood, chronic forms of ASMD have more prolonged survival but are associated w...
i3 Health

Recurrent and Metastatic HNSCC: New Insights and Real-World Evidence for Improved Patient Outcomes

STATEMENT OF NEED Head and neck cancers represent a heterogeneous group of tumors that originate in the lip/oral cavity, hypopharynx, oropharynx, nasopharynx, and larynx. An estimated 66,470 new cases are diagnosed in the United States annually, and 15,050 people die of the disease (Siegel et al, 2022). Approximately 90% of cases are classified as head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). Treatment of HNSCC is complicated by numerous factors, including differing therapeutic strategies ...
i3 Health

Applying New Learnings on Human Milk Composition to Clinical Practice in the NICU

During this presentation, expert faculty provide an overview of recent updates to neonatal nutrition guidelines, with an emphasis on the differences from prior editions. You will then learn about the importance of optimizing nutrition in preterm infants and the benefits of an evidence-based approach to human milk fortification. A variety of strategies for achieving these goals will be reviewed, including individualized supplementation of select macro- and micronutrients.
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences

Cleveland Clinic 27th Annual Diabetes Therapeutics, Technology and Surgery (Online Streaming On Demand)

For over a quarter century, Cleveland Clinic has been at the forefront of continuing education regarding the treatment and management of diabetes. Its world class faculty has designed the 27th Annual Diabetes Therapeutics, Technology and Surgery to provide up-to-date reviews of strategies and research relevant to this disease and its complications. The goal of this activity is to increase practitioners’ competence and clinical performance in the management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. A...
Meetings By Mail®

Optimizing Early Nutrition for Long-Term Benefits

Sharon Donovan, PhD, RD, and Michael Georgieff, MD, review what is currently known about the influence of nutrition during the first 1,000 days of growth and development. Human milk"the model for optimal nutrition"is discussed, including its nutritive and nonnutritive components, how it functions as a dynamic biological system, and the latest breastfeeding guidelines. The implications of suboptimal early nutrition are addressed, along with the role of pediatric clinicians in providin...
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences

Cleveland Clinic Hospital Medicine

Cleveland Clinic Hospital Medicine features a comprehensive review of the most common and relevant conditions seen in the inpatient setting. A globally renowned faculty addresses the application of new evidence, interprets current guidelines and provides management strategies which can improve the quality of medical care. All physicians, nurses and physician assistants treating hospitalized patients will benefit from this thoughtful assessment of best practices in this critical area of medici...
Meetings By Mail®

Biosimilars in Osteoporosis: Highlights from the ASBMR

Biosimilars are large, complex molecules made from living organisms that are highly similar to their reference biologic and are administered in the same way, with the same strength and dosage, and clinically meaningful differences in safety, purity, and potency. Incorporating biosimilars into the management of osteoporosis, known as a silent chronic disease responsible for 13 million fragility fractures worldwide, provide a more affordable version of osteoporosis medication, and an alternat...
EXCEL Continuing Education

Cleveland Clinic Primary Care + (online streaming & flash drive formats)

Cleveland Clinic Primary Care + highlights the latest therapies, procedures and diagnostics in primary care, women’s health and behavioral medicine. This best practices review addresses the educational needs of primary care clinicians who must stay abreast of current research and treatments in a wide range of disciplines. Physicians, nurses and physician assistants will all benefit from Cleveland Clinic’s expert analysis of essential subjects in primary care. Worth 21 AMA PRA Catego...
Meetings By Mail®

Simple Steps for Improving the Quality of Healthcare for Patients with Chronic Idiopathic Constipation

To ensure your patients with chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC) receive timely, appropriate interventions and the best possible care, clinicians need to better distinguish CIC from similar conditions. In addition, working together, clinicians and patients can make better choices among the many treatment options through shared decision-making (SDM) strategies to help achieve treatment goals. This digital format provides a brief questionnaire to capture your current practices and delivers...
The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

AnesthesiaFile

- Affordable CE - 60 credit package - CE as low as $3.75 per credit - Monthly continuing education subscription - Latest findings/trends in the field of Anesthesia - Articles pulled from peer-reviewed medical journals - Digital and downloadable PDF versions are available​ - Accurate and timely reporting of CME/CE credits - AnesthesiaPod™ available
Dannemiller

Cleveland Clinic Survey of Current Issues in Surgical Anesthesia (online streaming & flash drive formats)

Cleveland Clinic Survey of Current Issues in Surgical Anesthesia details the many recent advancements and established best practices in this critical area of medicine. An expert faculty provides an update on non-operating room anesthesia, pre-operative assessment, ambulatory anesthesia, anesthesia for orthopedic and obstetric procedures, as well as perioperative care of surgical patients. Anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists and anesthesia assistants will benefit from a diverse agenda of top...
Meetings By Mail®

Co-Management of Severe Asthma: Improving Processes for Primary Care Assessment and Referral to Specialty Care through Quality Improvement

Can you recognize severe asthma? Our easy-to-administer digital quality improvement (QI) program walks you through steps to assess how well your clinical practices align with evidence-based practice, allows you to select goals to address your identified gaps, dynamically creates an action plan for you or your team, and offers pre-developed interventions to achieve these goals. QI doesn't have to be overwhelming. Improve your patient outcomes and drive changes to impact care by diagnosing ...
ACHL

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