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DIABETES and Its COMPLICATIONS

This Harvard Medical School CME program provides comprehensive updates, practice recommendations, and the newest evidence-based strategies for the treatment and care of the person with or at risk for diabetes. One of Harvard Medical School's highest-rated CME courses, it will ensure that you are current with state-of-the-art approaches to: • Diabetes screening • Pharmacological management of diabetes, including insulin and non-insulin treatments • The latest advances in insulin delive...
Harvard Medical School

Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric and Palliative Medicine: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Oakstone Board Review

Ace the Geriatric Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Medicine Boards with this Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric and Palliative Medicine from Oakstone Publishing, LLC and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Topics covered in Intensive Update with Board Review in Geriatric and Palliative Medicine include: Pain Management, Prognostication of Chronic Disease, Falls, Nutrition and Hydration in Serious Illness, Frailty, Capacity Assessment, Geriatric Nephrology & Renal Pal...
CMEInfo

Dental Hygiene Decks

Key Topics covered by Dental Hygiene Decks include Basic Sciences, Oral Pathology, Pharmacology, Dental Anatomy & Occlusion, Periodontics, Radiology, Community Dentistry, Dental Materials, Instrumentation and Nutrition.  Dental Hygiene Decks feature over 1,300 individual flashcards formatted with a question on the front and a detailed, comprehensive answer and topic review on the back. Dental Hygiene Decks are available in a choice of formats. Choose print, online or both. Flashcards are a ...
Oakstone

An Integrative Approach to Treating Inflammation

Inflammation is the root or can play a major role in numerous diseases, from heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, arthritis, and even disease states of the digestive tract. Complementary therapy has proven to be effective and often comes with a lower side-effect profile than many anti-inflammatory medications such as NSAIDS (Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications). We will cover how lifestyle aspects, including exercise, diet, relaxation strategies and nutritional therapy can support hea...
freeCE.com

Palliative Medicine and End of Life Care, Including Related Topics in Neurology Southern Caribbean Cruise

1. Palliative Care Overview: History, Range of focus and Relation to Hospice Care 2. Advanced Care Directives 3. Pain Management and Palliative Care: Pharmaceutical review and a Review of the Issues of the Opioid Crisis 4. COPD, CHF and ESRD in Palliative Care 5. Patient Driven Voluntary Cessation of Hydration and Nutrition 6. End of Life Symptomology and Management
Continuing Education, Inc

Bariatric Home Study

In 2015-16 obesity affected over 93 million adults in the United States — nearly 2 out of every 5 Americans aged 20 and older. Community pharmacies interact with patients with obesity on a nearly daily basis and have an unparalleled opportunity to reach this market with critical health services. The primary focus of this home study is to educate the community pharmacist on the medical and support needs and of the patient who is evaluating, undergoing, and/or completed bariatric weight-los...
American College of Apothecaries

Ditch Your PPI

Currently, Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) are the 3rd highest selling drug class in the US with 113 million prescriptions each year and sales exceeding $14 billion. However, most PPIs are indicated for only 4-8 weeks of use and should not be used for more than 42 days per year (three 14-day therapy courses). • 53-69% of PPI use is for inappropriate indications • Continued use of PPIs has serious side effects including gastric atrophy, rebound acid reflux, nutrient depletion, bone fra...
American College of Apothecaries

The Multivitamin Dilemma: What Do I Recommend? - Pharmacists

The multivitamin market is confusing. When patients ask about a product, should you recommend they take one, or is it just a waste of money? This course provides guidance on how to objectively evaluate a multivitamin product and confidently make a recommendation for a patient that is individualized and will likely be well tolerated. Discover practical resources and criteria to help you assess the various products on the market in your practice.
CEI

The Multivitamin Dilemma: What Do I Recommend? - Technicians

The multivitamin market is confusing. When patients ask about a product, should you recommend they take one, or is it just a waste of money? This course provides guidance on how to objectively evaluate a multivitamin product and confidently make a recommendation for a patient that is individualized and will likely be well tolerated. Discover practical resources and criteria to help you assess the various products on the market in your practice.
CEI

Incorporating Glucagon-Like Peptide-1 Receptor Agonists in the Individualized Management of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

Statement of Need/Program Overview Clinicians, at the forefront of primary care, need to be up to date on the pharmacology of newer GLP-1 RAs, how to distinguish among available and emerging agents within the class, which patients will most benefit from GLP-1 RAs, and how to best incorporate them into patient management plans. Learning Objectives Upon proper completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Describe the mechanisms of action by which current and ...
Paradigm Medical Communications, LLC

5th Annual Diabetes, Obesity, & Metabolic Disease Conference

Presented by Continuing Education Company for over 25 years, our Primary Care CME Conference Series is designed to update primary care clinicians in rapidly changing therapeutic areas. This year, CEC is pleased to host the 5th Annual Diabetes, Obesity, & Metabolic Disease Conference to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel on April 17-19, 2020. Cardiometabolic disorders are a cluster of health conditions associated with cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabete...
Continuing Education Company

Targeted Nutrition Delivery in Critically Ill Patients: Focus on Protein Needs and Delivery

Filmed in conjunction with APSEN 2019 Nutrition Science and Practice Conference, this activity features an expert panel who discuss nutritional support for critically ill patients including a comparison of guidelines, the importance of tailoring therapy to optimize protein delivery, and the appropriate use of new and emerging high-protein/energy-restricted PN products in hospital settings. This activity is intended for physicians, pharmacists, dietitians and nurses who manage clinical nutr...
ACHL

Palliative Medicine and End of Life Care, Including Related Topics in Neurology Spain & Portugal Cruise

1. Palliative Care Overview: History, Range of focus and Relation to Hospice Care 2. Advanced Care Directives 3. Pain Management and Palliative Care: Pharmaceutical review and a Review of the Issues of the Opioid Crisis 4. COPD, CHF and ESRD in Palliative Care 5. Patient Driven Voluntary Cessation of Hydration and Nutrition 6. End of Life Symptomology and Management
Continuing Education, Inc

JAK-STAT-GO: Personalized, Targeted Therapy Options for Your IBD Patients

How can clinicians know they have current information for improving patients’ IBD outcomes? Expert faculty from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences, and Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine recently led a symposium at a major gastroenterology meeting exploring the latest in treat-to-target paradigms, the role of the JAK-STAT pathway, and related research on investigational JAK inhibitors in IBD treatment...
ACHL

The University of Chicago Digestive Diseases Review: University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences Specialty Review (SA-CME)

Studying the University of Chicago Digestive Diseases Review will help you to better: • Keep up with the latest advancements regarding the biology and treatment of patients with digestive diseases • Apply new knowledge in GI, hematology, and nutrition with this review in gastroenterology • Integrate current guidelines into daily practice when preventing and managing digestive diseases
CMEInfo

The Adolescent Brain™

Adolescence can be a perplexing time not just for teens but for their teachers as well. This graduate-level course, developed by experts in the emerging field of neuroeducation, examines the mysteries of the adolescent brain and shows you how teens learn best. Develop a practical understanding of the brain’s anatomy and the extraordinary changes it undergoes during the adolescent years. Pair this knowledge with brain-compatible teaching strategies that work with the teen mind to make lessons...
Canter and Associates, LLC

Life Span And Family Development

This course presents students with theoretical frameworks to foster an understanding of the various dimensions of human development. Emphasis is placed on biological, cognitive, and psychosocial development within the context of gender, family systems, social roles, and culture. Students evaluate clinical situations and assess potential therapeutic interventions in context. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certifica...
University of Phoenix

Exploring Sustainability: Preservation in Action

Preserving foods allows professional chefs to capture the quality of the season, support the local farming community and minimize the harmful environmental effects of transporting foods long distances. Experienced chefs know that by applying selected preservation methods to perishable food products they safeguard quality, minimize waste and maximize utilization. Cooking year round with locally produced foods can be a challenge, particularly in the harsh, temperate climate of northern New Engla...
New England Culinary Institute

Contemporary Nutrition

Through readings and projects, students expand their knowledge of basic human nutrition and connect these principles to personal experience and current issues. Understanding the special needs for feeding populations of different ages and nutritional limitations is applied to cooking issues. Students learn how to provide basic concepts and applications of nutrition to all aspects of food service management to show how healthy meals can be provided without sacrificing taste or appeal; to learn h...
New England Culinary Institute

Build A Brilliant Breakfast (Hyde Park, NY)

Set yourself up for success—learn how starting your day with delicious, healthy, nutrient-rich foods can improve your performance in your daily life. Whether you are heading out to the office or the gym, or will be on your feet all day, you need food that supports your health without sacrificing flavor. You will: Discuss the benefits of starting the day with nutrient-packed breakfast foods rich in protein, fiber, fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Learn culinary techniques to prepare a variet...
The Culinary Institute of America

Under the Sea (Hyde Park, NY)

Versatile, flavorful, healthy, and fast-cooking, seafood is the perfect centerpiece of any meal. It’s also deceptively simple to prepare, making it an ideal ingredient for cooks at all levels of experience. In this hands-on class, you will learn invaluable tips about selecting seafood and preparing delicious dishes at home based on our KitchenPro Series: Guide to Fish and Seafood Identification, Fabrication, and Utilization cookbook. You’ll explore topics such as freshness indicators, hand...
The Culinary Institute of America

Weeknight Meals Made Easy

Does your busy schedule make it hard to prepare home-cooked meals during the week? Do you find yourself relying on expensive take-out? Spend the day with Dr. Julia and learn the secrets of eating well any night of the week, as you: Discuss the many benefits of eating home-cooked meals, including saving money and improved nutrition. Learn kitchen organization strategies and cooking ahead, pre-prepping, batch cooking, and storage techniques that help make weeknight meals quick and easy. P...
The Culinary Institute of America

Low Carbohydrate Dieting for the Obese

Intended Audience Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Dietitians, Registered Nurses. Learning Objectives Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to: Define dietary parameters for low carbohydrate diets Review differences between nutritional ketosis and ketoacidosis Identify the major nutritional concerns for adults utilizing ketogenic diet therapies Outline monitoring procedures for patients utilizing very low carbohydrate diets
Dannemiller

Explaining Current Practices in Food Allergen Labeling to Patients

As treatment options for food allergies are being developed, the only effective measure for patients to avoid harm from food allergies is to carefully read labels and avoid exposure to allergenic food triggers. Labeling laws are in effect in many countries to identify priority food allergens (and related ingredients) in food products. However, proper understanding of labels and risks associated with certain ingredient or label statements remains difficult and accidental exposures to hidden all...
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology

Board Vitals Emergency Medicine MOC Recertification Question Bank and Review

Board Vitals Emergency Medicine MOC Recertification Question Bank and Review features: • Timed exams to simulate real EM exam conditions (or view the Emergency Medicine content in review mode) • Over 1000 Emergency Medicine MOC targeted review questions. • The Board Vitals EM qbank offers questions that are directly relevant to the Emergency Medicine exam: multiple choice questions with a single best answer. • Topics are mapped to the ConCert examination blueprint. Each question is...
Board Vitals

Board Vitals Family Medicine MOC Re-Certification Question Bank and Review

Board Vitals Family Medicine MOC Re-Certification Question Bank and Review contains over 1500 ABFM and AOBFP Family Medicine MOC targeted review questions. The Board Vitals FM qbank offers questions that are directly relevant to the exam: multiple choice questions (mostly focused around patient scenarios) with a single best answer. Board Vitals Family Medicine MOC Re-Certification Question Bank Features: • Take the exam in review mode or timed mode to simulate real FM exam conditions • ...
Board Vitals

Compounding Sterile Products- A Certificate Training Workshop

Compounding Sterile Products: A Certificate Training Workshop for USP 797 & USP 800 Compliance & Law Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician fee $1200 Learning Objectives for a Pharmacist & Pharmacy Technician: At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: -Discuss the California laws, regulations and standards that are basic to performing sterile compounding. -Discuss new California regulations that impact sterile compounding -Review changes that are needed ...
Western University of Health Sciences, College of Pharmacy

Board Vitals Neurology Board Review Question Bank and Study Program

The Board Vitals Neurology Board Review Question Bank and Study Program is targeted to the ABPN Neurology Board Exam and the RITE (In-Service Exam).  The question bank is offered on computers, laptops, tablets and mobile devices. The course is one of the most comprehensive Neurology study resources - with over 1500 Questions targeted to Board Level difficulty. The BoardVitals Neurology Board Review Question Bank and Study Program covers course materials from Basic Neuroscience to Congenital...
Board Vitals

Board Vitals USMLE Step 2 Board Review Questions and Practice Tests

Board Vitals USMLE Step 2 Board Review Questions and Practice Tests • Over 1000 USMLE Step 2 Board Review Questions • 100% Pass Guarantee! • Higher Pass Rate Than The National Average • Individualized Learning Based on Performance
Board Vitals

Osler Surgery MOC Online Review

Topics coverd by Osler Surgery MOC Online Review include: Thyroid, Parathyroid, Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia, Adrenal, Gastric Neoplasia, Skin and Melanoma, Appendix-Small Bowel- Spleen, Sarcoma, Nutrition, Acid-Base, Fluids and Electrolytes, Anorectal and Colorectal Disorders, Colorectal Neoplasia, Gastric Bleeding, Stomach and Duodenum, Esophageal Surgery, Biliary and Liver, Pancreas and Portal Hypertension, Mediastinum and Chest Wall, Pulmonary Surgery, Breast Surgery, Abdominal Wall and He...
Osler Institute

Florida LPN IV Therapy Certification

Course description This course is designed to provide the LPN (licensed practical nurse) with a comprehensive foundational knowledge in IV therapy practice, including managing CV lines. This course meets the 30-hour IV therapy education requirement set forth in the FBON Nurse Practice Act (Chapter 64B9-12.004, Page 93-96) for LPNs practicing IV Therapy in the State of Florida. Target audience This course is designed for licensed practical nurses. Learning objectives After the compl...
AKH Inc. Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

Diet and Physical Activity in Women Recovered from Anorexia Nervosa A Pilot Study: Volume 44, Issue 4

After recovery, women with anorexia nervosa (AN) tend to maintain lower body mass indices (BMI) than women in the general population. Reasons for this are unknown as little is known about diet, food choices, physical activity levels (PAL), and reasons for exercise in women recovered from AN.
CE-credit.com

Nutrition and Addiction: Advanced Clinical Concepts

Nutrition and Addiction: Advanced Clinical Concepts is a 2-hour online continuing education (CE) course that examines addiction from a nutritional perspective. Drug addiction is an alarming problem in America, and one that is not receiving the treatment it needs. Compounding the problem is that addiction often leads to nutritional deficiencies, which predisposes the addict to a host of related health complications. Treatment recovery programs that also offer nutritional education have been fou...
Professional Development Resources

The Spectrum: A Scientifically Proven Program to Feel Better

This is a test only course (book not included). The book (or e-book) can be purchased from Amazon. This CE test is based on the book "The Spectrum: A Scientifically Proven Program to Feel Better, Live Longer, Lose Weight, and Gain Health” (2007, 387 pages). Lifestyle changes, including diet, nutrition, exercise, yoga, and meditation, have been proven in research to have multiple beneficial effects on health, including preventing and reversing heart disease, reducing cholesterol, lowering ...
Professional Development Resources

Celiac Disease: Basics & Beyond

This course explains the basics of celiac disease from the prevalence and pathophysiology of celiac disease to the diagnosis and management of celiac disease. It also goes beyond the basics by including the dietary treatment of celiac disease from a registered dietitian’s perspective by outlining the steps of the nutrition care process from assessment to monitoring and evaluation. Two case studies are included to assist the health professional in understanding the patient’s perspective fro...
Professional Development Resources

Dysphagia: Guide to Establishing a Restorative Mealtime Program

This course will enable therapists in long-term care or post-acute rehabilitation facilities to present staff training that offers strategies and techniques for implementing a Restorative Mealtime Program (RMP). The purposes of such a program are to make dining safe and enjoyable, to increase resident independence at mealtimes, and to create a mechanism for monitoring declining abilities as disease processes progress. Also included are descriptions of dysphagic indicators, lists of aspiration ...
Professional Development Resources

Nutrition in Mental Health & Substance Abuse

This course discusses how good nutrition impacts a person's mental health and well being. It provides the latest information on hypothyroidism, neurotransmitters, amino acids, the GI index, vitamins and herbs. Case studies are provided.
Professional Development Resources

Metallic Environmental Contaminants: Behavior & Nutrition

Substances in the environment are related to human health, nutrition, behavior, and cognition. A large body of scientific literature and governmental agencies acknowledge that exposure to environmental contaminants through food and water (dietary intake) or by other means may pose significant human health risks. In this course, major metallic environmental contaminants will be examined using the following outline: Description and Uses; Metal Distribution in the Body; Nutrition-Related Exposure...
Professional Development Resources

Preventing Medical Errors in Nutrition & Dietetics

This course addresses the impact of medical errors on today’s healthcare with a focus on root cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, and patient safety in the practice of nutrition and dietetics. Real life stories, ethical considerations, health literacy and growing health consumerism are addressed. Also included are tips for distinguishing scientific from pseudoscientific treatment claims and for improving communication with patients. Printable hand-outs, a glossary and online reso...
Professional Development Resources

Dietetic Internship Program

Individualized Supervised-Practice Pathway Program (ISPP) with concentration in Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) provides quality education designed to prepare graduates to be eligible to write and pass the National Registration Examination for Dietitians. The program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) and under the Didactic Program in Dietetics of the Nutrition and Food Sciences Program in the Department of Health Science and Human Ec...
California State University San Bernardino

Preventing Medical Errors in Nutrition & Dietetics (Video)

This video course was recorded at the Annual Symposium of the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in July 2014. It addresses the impact of medical errors on today’s healthcare with a focus on root cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, and patient safety in the practice of nutrition and dietetics. Real life stories, national healthcare safety trends, reporting of sentinel events, complying with HIPAA privacy and security rules, telehealth practices, and caring communication t...
Professional Development Resources

Adult Obesity: Prevention & Treatment

Overweight and obesity constitute one of the nation’s ten leading health indicators with nearly two-thirds of adults in the United States now classified as either overweight or obese. Before any diet and physical activity program can be personalized and imple­mented, a nutrition assessment is needed, along with an understanding of the individual's readiness to change and motiva­tion. This course was developed by the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for their Manual of Medical Nut...
Professional Development Resources

Nutrition Education for Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus refers to a group of diseases that affect how the body uses blood sugar (glucose). Glucose is vital to health because it's an important source of energy for the cells that make up the muscles and tissues. It's also the brain's main source of fuel. Chronic diabetes conditions include type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Potentially reversible diabetes conditions include prediabetes — when your blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as...
Professional Development Resources

Dysphagia: The Team Approach to Best Practice

Dysphagia: The Team Approach to Best Practice is a 1-hour online continuing education (CE) course that focuses on the interdisciplinary team approach to identifying, treating and managing dysphagia. Dysphagia is a wide spread problem in the elderly, with many going untreated. Older adults are at an increased risk due to having many factors that lead to swallowing difficulties. Some of these are a diagnosis of stroke, dementia, pneumonia and Parkinson’s disease. Many have generalized weakn...
Professional Development Resources

Which Comes First: Overeating or Obesity?

Which Comes First: Overeating or Obesity? is a 1-hour audio continuing education (CE) course that explains an alternative treatment for obesity. Conventional treatment for obesity, founded on the First Law of Thermodynamics, assumes that all calories are alike, and that to lose weight one must simply "eat less and move more." However, this prescription rarely succeeds over the long term. According to an alternative approach, the metabolic state of the fat cells play a key role in determining b...
Professional Development Resources

Why Diets Fail: The Myth of Willpower

Why Diets Fail: The Myth of Willpower is a 1-hour audio continuing education (CE) course that explains why diets fail and provides strategies for what does work. Clinicians continue to recommend diets to their patients, even though diets don’t lead to long-term weight loss. In this course, Dr. Mann will describe the evidence on why diets don’t work in the long term, give the biological reasons why diets fail, explain why willpower is not the problem, and then give strategies for healthy ea...
Professional Development Resources

Nutrition and Mental Health: Advanced Clinical Concepts

Nutrition and Mental Health: Advanced Clinical Concepts is a 1-hour online continuing education (CE/CEU) course that examines how what we eat influences how we feel, both physically and mentally. While the role of adequate nutrition in maintaining mental health has been established for some time, just how clinicians go about providing the right nutritional information to the patient at the right time - to not just ensure good mental health, but actually optimize mood - has not been so clear. W...
Professional Development Resources

Topics in the Delivery of Swallowing Services - Dr. John Tracy and Athena Nofziger, RDN, LD, CHC

The presenters are a clinical dietitian and a speech-language pathologist. This course will include issues related to the clinical swallowing evaluation, a demonstration of a clinical swallowing evaluation, criteria for recommending an instrumental evaluation, the role of the speech pathologist in identifying and evaluating esophageal disorders, life saving and end of life issues related to swallowing, artificial means of nutrition and achieving oral intake and hydration in those with dementia...
Speech Therapy Professional Development

Voice, Breathing, and Digestion: The Triad Relationship and its Holistic Treatment - Ellen Friedman, MA, CCC-SLP

Digestive issues are responsible for many of the breathing and voice deficits we see in infants, children, and adults. While Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease affects millions of Americans, its serious illness potential is widely misunderstood. Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a high contributor to esophageal, throat, oral,. And lung cancers, COPD, pnuemonia, nasal-sinus issues,and dysphonia. This workshop will outline the intricate relationship between GERD, breathing, and voice, for patients...
Speech Therapy Professional Development

Feeding Tubes and Implications for Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing - Michelle Dawson, MA CCC-SLP

Due to medical advances, there is an increase in children who use a feeding tube to meet their daily nutritional needs. Are you aware of what the difference in the tube placement means for their ability to eat and swallow? Are you aware of the unique complications that each tube can present? Do you know how to be vigilant against these complications? This course is geared towards educating the therapists and caregivers of these children about the unique needs that feeding tubes bring to thei...
Speech Therapy Professional Development

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