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Expert Guidance on Current Standards and New Directions in Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma

STATEMENT OF NEED An estimated 35,730 new cases of multiple myeloma are diagnosed in the United States annually, and 12,590 people die of the disease (Siegel et al, 2023). Characterized by clonal proliferation of malignant plasma cells in the bone marrow, multiple myeloma is associated with anemia, renal insufficiency, bone destruction, and hypercalcemia, all of which significantly impact patients’ quality of life. The development of novel therapies and combinations in recent years, inclu...
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Leveraging the Growing Arsenal of Adjuvant Therapies for Early-Stage NSCLC

In this activity, Dr. Helena A. Yu, Associate Attending Physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, will provide insights into strategies for leveraging the growing arsenal of adjuvant therapies for early-stage non"small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), including treatment selection and adverse event management. Start the activity now! STATEMENT OF NEED Lung cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of death for men and women worldwide. In the Unite...
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Pathology and Oncology Expert Perspectives in the Management of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: Case Explorations and Answers to FAQs

STATEMENT OF NEED Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is an aggressive disease that accounts for approximately 10% to 15% of breast cancer diagnoses and is characterized by the absence of estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2). TNBC is more common in Black women and in women under the age of 40 (ACS, 2023). Compared with other subtypes of invasive breast cancer, TNBC has high rates of metastasis and a poor prognosis. Due to the lack ...
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Virtual Tumor Board: Multidisciplinary Management of Advanced Soft Tissue Sarcoma

STATEMENT OF NEED Sarcomas, which represent 1% to 2% of adult cancers, are a rare, heterogeneous group of neoplasms originating in the connective tissue. Soft tissue sarcomas, which begin in the muscle, tendons, fat, lymph, blood vessels, and nerves, encompass more than 80 histological subtypes. Approximately 25% of patients develop metastatic disease after curative-intent surgery, and for these patients, treatment options are limited and prognosis is very poor. In recent decades, the ident...
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Managing Immune Related Adverse Events to Ensure Optimal Cancer Immunotherapy Outcomes: The Nurse’s View

STATEMENT OF NEED Immune checkpoint inhibitors, which alter immune regulatory pathways and promote cell-mediated destruction of tumor cells, have revolutionized the treatment of cancer in recent years, with numerous therapeutic agents approved and several targets under investigation (Chennamadhavuni et al, 2022). However, up to 90% of patients receiving immune checkpoint inhibitors experience immune-related adverse events, which can affect a wide variety of organ systems and can occur at any ...
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New Guidance to Diagnose and Treat Tumor-induced Osteomalacia (TIO)

This 30-minute CME-accredited program, hosted by Aliya Khan, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine at McMaster University, highlights the best practices to diagnose and treat tumor induced osteomalacia (TIO) based on the recently published global guidance document in the Journal of Internal Medicine. This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of physicians specializing in neurology, orthopedics, internal medicine/general practice, rheumatology, endocrinology, pain management...
CheckRare

Best Practices in Nursing Management of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

STATEMENT OF NEED Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a complication of cancer treatment that may impair quality of life and lead to dose reductions or discontinuation of treatment. In one study, among 105 patients receiving paclitaxel for breast cancer, 36.2% needed dose reductions due to CIPN (Timmins et al, 2021). Whereas in some patients the symptoms improve with time, in others, there is progression with permanent nerve damage (Zajączkowska et al, 2019). At present, the...
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Disparities in Ovarian Cancer: Increasing Awareness to Improve Risk Assessment and Outcomes

Ovarian cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in women with gynecologic malignancy and the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the US. Although the incidence of ovarian cancer is higher among White women than Black women, studies have identified disparities in assessment, care and outcomes seen among Black women with ovarian cancer. It has been shown that outcomes in clinical oncology can be improved when care is delivered by high performance teams. This activity was designed by ...
American Academy of CME

How I Treat Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH)

In this point-counterpoint digital activity, two expert faculty discuss and debate treatment selection for patients with PNH through case-based scenarios. Faculty review mechanisms of action, clinical trial data, and real-world evidence supporting divergent treatment strategies for the presented cases. How do the experts make their initial treatment selections? Why might they choose a C5 inhibitor or a C3 inhibitor? How do they assess response to treatment, and what do they do when treatment r...
ACHL

Navigating New Evidence in the Treatment of HER2-Expressing Metastatic Breast Cancer in Rural and Underserved Communities

Target Audience This activity is designed specifically for oncologists, advanced practice providers, and other members of the healthcare team who serve patients from rural and underserved communities. Program Overview Over the past decades, the emergence of novel targeted therapies in combination with endocrine therapy has improved outcomes for hormone receptor (HR)-positive, human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2)-negative breast cancer. However, oncology clinicians in rural and ...
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and RME Collaborative.

Navigating the Evolving Treatment Landscape of Renal Cell Carcinoma to Ensure Equitable Access to Quality Care

Target Audience This activity is designed specifically for oncologists, advanced practice providers, and other members of the healthcare team who serve patients from rural and underserved communities. Program Overview Therapeutic options for metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC) have expanded over the last decade and now include targeted therapies as well as immunotherapies. However, workforce shortages, low rates of recruitment into clinical trials, racial and socioeconomic inequities, a...
Talem Health and RME Collaborative.

Integrating PARP Inhibitors Into Treatment for Advanced Ovarian Cancer: Strategies for Improving Care and Outcomes

Target Audience This activity is designed specifically for oncologists, advanced practice providers, and other members of the healthcare team who serve patients from rural and underserved communities. Program Overview In recent years, the emergence of novel therapeutic agents has led to improved outcomes for patients with advanced and/or platinum-resistant ovarian cancer. Yet, even with improved treatment options, oncology teams in rural and underserved settings are challenged to provide ...
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and RME Collaborative.

Gastroenterology 2024 - LIVE STREAMING

The Comprehensive 2024 Gastroenterology Update This highly rated Harvard Medical School CME program ensures participants are current with state-of-the-art GI strategies and clinical practices. It covers recent advances and their impact on clinical approaches and on patient outcomes. Updates, best practices, and new guidelines are presented by nationally recognized GI experts and master clinicians. Practical, Results-Driven Education Highlights of the 2024 program include: • Updated...
Harvard Medical School

Internal Medicine Comprehensive Review and Update 2024 - LIVE STREAMING

Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Updates for Internal Medicine and Its Subspecialties This program, the 64th annual Internal Medicine Update from the leading clinical faculty of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, provides comprehensive, high-yield instruction to ensure clinicians are current with the latest evidence and best practices to optimize patient care. This program covers the breadth of Internal Medicine subspecialties, including: • Cardiovascular Medicine ...
Harvard Medical School

TOP 10 Early Cancer Detection Queries What You Need to Know About Blood-Based Screening in Primary Care

In this “Top 10 Early Cancer Detection Queries” program, Dr. Mylynda Massart answers the 10 questions most commonly asked by primary care clinicians about blood-based multi-cancer early detection (MCED) tests. Some of the topics addressed are the science behind MCEDs, their accuracy, how MCEDs compare to other screening modalities, and integration of MCED testing into primary care practice.
Integritas Communications

Top 10 COVID-19 Special Population Queries

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is slowly becoming endemic, there are still certain populations at higher risk of progressing to severe COVID-19 should they become infected with SARS-CoV-2. These include immunocompromised groups, older patients, patients with HIV, disabilities, challenges in social determinants of health, and racial or ethnic minorities. There are treatment considerations for many of these populations, including drug-drug interactions. In this self-directed activity, Drs. Gl...
Integritas Communications

Hot Topics in Blood-based Cancer Screening: Key Information on Multi-Cancer Early Detection from 2023 Spring Oncology Meetings

Early detection of cancer is essential to reducing the significant burdens associated with it. When cancer is detected at earlier stages, treatments can be initiated sooner, resulting in improved outcomes, reduced morbidity and mortality, and better quality of life. While the implementation of current screening guidelines has resulted in an overall reduction in cancer deaths, only 25% of cancers are diagnosed using traditional screening modalities, leaving much room for improvement. Blood-base...
Integritas Communications

Intensive Review of Nephrology - LIVE STREAMING

With over 70 interactive lectures, case discussions, board preparation sessions, and supplementary lectures, this CME program provides a comprehensive review of state-of-the-art nephrology practices offered by the clinical faculty of Harvard Medical School. It offers accelerated learning for: - Clinicians seeking a practical and comprehensive review that ensures they are up to date across all major areas of nephrology: • The latest options for diagnosis: what to choose, when, and wh...
Harvard Medical School

Hitting The Bullseye in NSCLC

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women and is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. The majority of lung cancer cases are categorized as NSCLC, which has a low overall 5-year survival rate, especially when it is diagnosed at advanced, unresectable stages. Recent advances in the treatment landscape have yielded promising improvements in progression-free survival and overall survival; however, outcomes are dependent on numerous factors, including the evaluation ...
Integritas Communications

Clinical Competence in Breast Imaging, Interventions and Management

Clinical Competence in Breast Imaging, Interventions and Management provides a complete tutorial in all modalities, diagnostic strategies and interventional considerations encountered in the modern breast imaging practice. Its fifty cases allow the participant to explore a wide range of benign and malignant disease, with special focus placed on the variety of presentations and patterns of enhancement observed on mammogram, ultrasound, MRI and tomosynthesis. This activity also expounds on the...
Meetings By Mail®

Applying Evolving Targeted Therapy in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is a biologically heterogeneous hematologic malignant neoplasm with a 5-year survival rate of 30%. Hematologist, Brian Jonas, MD, PhD, UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer, discusses standard induction, consolidation, and maintenance therapy, as well as factors to consider in individualizing intensive therapy in fit and unfit patients. Dr. Jonas presents safety and efficacy data for approved and emerging therapies that target BCL-2, FLT-3 ITD/TDK, CD33, CD47, IDH1/2, E-se...
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower

Nursing and Nutrition: Providing Survival Skills

Nursing and Nutrition: Providing Survival Skills is designed to help nurses provide basic nutritional guidelines for hospitalized patients. Upon completing this course, they will be able to guide patients to a healthy lifestyle that will aid in their recovery. The course includes food do's and dont's as related to specific issues, such as heart failure, cancer treatment, wound care, etc.
Corexcel

LET'S TALK: Tackling Complex Issues Regarding SM-AHN Management A Monday Morning Joe Online Educational Activity

Systemic mastocytosis (SM) is a group of rare disorders characterized by the accumulation of mast cells in internal tissues and organs. The pathogenesis of SM is linked to a characteristic exon 17 D816V mutation of the KIT gene. Systemic mastocytosis with associated hematologic neoplasms (SM-AHN) is an advanced subtype of SM that is associated with a shortened median survival time. Recent advances in the SM therapeutic landscape have led to the development of KIT-targeted treatment options; ho...
Integritas Communications

Nursing Management of Tumor Lysis Syndrome

STATEMENT OF NEED Tumor lysis syndrome (TLS) is an oncological emergency that occurs when massive tumor lysis causes the rapid release of intracellular components into the bloodstream. Electrolyte imbalances characterized by hyperuricemia, hyperkalemia, hyperphosphatemia, and hypocalcemia may be severe enough to cause acute renal failure, cardiac arrhythmias, seizures, and even death. Current advances in cancer therapies can increase the incidence of TLS; therefore, identification of patien...
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Treatment Considerations in Cutaneous Melanoma: From Early Stage to Late/Advanced Stage

Jason J. Luke, MD, discusses the impact of evolving therapies on the disease burden, survival, and treatment tolerability for patients with cutaneous melanoma. Recent clinical trial results and guideline updates for both perioperative and metastatic cutaneous melanoma are reviewed. To provide patient-centric care, Dr. Luke shares his expert insights and recommendations for individualizing treatment selection and sequencing, as well as providing supportive care and adverse event management.
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower

PARP Inhibition as Ovarian Cancer Maintenance Therapy: Improving Patient Outcomes as a Multidisciplinary Team

Ovarian cancer (OC) is often diagnosed at an advanced stage and has generally poor survival rates¬"even after aggressive surgical management and chemotherapy. Without maintenance therapy, approximately 70% of patients relapse within 3 years of treatment. Recent clinical trials of polyadenosine diphosphate-ribose polymerase (PARP) inhibitors have demonstrated substantial efficacy as maintenance therapy for OC patients. Additionally, clinical evidence suggests that daily monitoring of pati...
University of Cincinnati

Therapeutic Advancements for the Treatment of High-Risk MDS: Future Opportunities to Improve Patient Survival and Quality of Life

Stay up to date on the evolving risk classification for myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) and current treatment guidelines for patients with high-risk disease in this self-directed education with leading oncology experts. Expert commentary from Courtney DiNardo, MD from MD Anderson Cancer Center and Dr. Dan Pollyea from the University of Colorado School of Medicine provides insights on emerging therapies that could soon improve management of high-risk MDS. Be ready to incorporate these emerging ...
ACHL

Answering The Call in Nonadvanced Systemic Mastocytosis

Target Audience The design of this activity addresses the needs of clinical immunologists/allergists, dermatologists, gastroenterologists, hematologists, and other specialist clinicians who diagnose or manage nonadvanced systemic mastocytosis (SM). Program Overview Nonadvanced SM is a challenging disorder to diagnose and manage due to the heterogeneity of symptoms, anaphylactic triggers, and complicated therapeutic paradigm. In this unique and engaging Call-a-Colleague program, a panel of...
Integritas Communications

Can You Compete in Early Cancer Detection

This activity is an informative and engaging presentation about blood-based multi-cancer early detection MCED screening in the primary care setting. Drs. Massart, Vega, and Whittington will provide key data related to current gaps in cancer surveillance, the science and data behind MCEDs, and information on how to implement MCED screening into practice.
Integritas Communications

Individualized Strategies for Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma: Navigating Complexity with BCMA-Targeted and Novel Bispecific Antibodies

The expanding armamentarium of therapies for R/R MM shifts therapy selection from an algorithmic approach to an individualized strategy that requires consideration of the nature of relapse, prior therapies, treatment-related toxicities, as well as patient comorbidities and preferences. With the introduction of novel bispecific antibodies, specialists must learn how to optimally sequence these therapies and manage adverse events. To help clinicians navigate this complexity, individualized educa...
ACHL

Current and Emerging Therapies for Follicular Lymphoma: Solving Practice Challenges in Community-Based Interprofessional Care Teams

An indolent subtype of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, follicular lymphoma is characterized by eventual relapse of disease and the need for multiple lines of therapy, adding to the significant disease burden experienced by patients. Novel targeted agents in the relapsed/refractory setting have afforded new treatment options, but important clinical challenges exist, including optimal treatment sequencing, therapy evaluation and patient selection, transitions of care requirements, as well as toxicity mana...
Annenberg Center for Health Sciences

Nurses Light the Path: Empowering Patients to Improve Breast Cancer Screening and Clinical Trial Representation

Target Audience The primary target audience for this activity is Oncology Nursing Professionals (APRN, NP, RN). Program Overview For women with breast cancer and those at risk, disparities in screening and clinical-trial enrollment exist, particularly among racial and ethnic minority populations. Awareness of these disparities can ensure timely screening practices and help address patient fears and concerns regarding clinical trials that inhibit diverse representation in research. Younger...
Partners for Advancing Clinical Education (PACE) and PlatformQ Health Education, LLC, in collaboration with Black Nurses Rock.

Recent Advances in the Treatment and Management of Endometrial Cancer

This live activity is designed for oncologists, obstetrics & gynecologists, primary care physicians, nurses and pharmacists engaged in the care of patients with endometrial cancer. This activity will represent a thorough team approach to patient care. Further, this activity will address the following needs: Clinicians require a review of risk factors and symptoms of endometrial cancer, as well as appropriate management of patients. Clinicians need further education regarding new and...
American Academy of CME

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

New Vistas in Prostate Cancer Imaging (Streaming Online & USB Drive)

As the need to identify and treat prostate cancer increases, imaging is a critical tool in its diagnosis, staging and surveillance. New Vistas in Prostate Cancer Imaging is designed to help radiologists, oncologists, radiation oncologists and urologists master this continually evolving technology. This activity analyzes the two most promising imaging modalities for prostate cancer: multiparametric MRI and PSMA PET/CT. Essential concepts and multiple cases in both modalities are reviewed throug...
Meetings By Mail®

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 ...
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Penn Radiology Current Concepts in Breast Imaging (Streaming Online and USB Flash Drive Formats)

Penn Radiology’s renowned faculty combines with other internationally acclaimed experts to present Current Concepts in Breast Imaging. This activity features a review of fundamentals and the latest medical technology designed to improve interpretation skills for digital breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, MRI and digital mammography. Biopsy tips and tricks will be provided as well, insuring a well rounded educational experience for all breast imagers. Worth 17.75 AMA PRA Category I ...
Meetings By Mail®

Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Update

The Mid East Chapter of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging’s historic 50th Annual Conference presents nuclear medicine’s latest trends, advances and procedures. Adapted for the enduring material audience, Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Update features a dozen faculty members presenting this specialty’s impact on imaging, cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, oncology, rheumatology, pediatrics and much more. Practice enhancements and professional development w...
Meetings By Mail®

WEBINAR: MEN AND COVID SEVERITY - New Research that Links Them ... What Are the Implications?

Pharmacists/Technicians will have a better understanding of why men suffered more severely from COVID-19 than women, and what that can mean in other acute, viral conditions. Pharmacists will be better equipped to discuss the relative health risks/benefits of testosterone in cardiovascular disease and prostate cancer.  Thus, the pharmacist/technician will be able to engage with and educate both physicians and patients on the information discussed regarding testosterone. The American College...
American College of Apothecaries

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®

Caffeine and Health

Caffeine is a rapidly absorbed organic compound that acts as a stimulant in the human body. The average amount of caffeine consumed in the US is approximately 300 mg per person per day - the equivalent to between two and four cups of coffee - with coffee accounting for about three-fourths of the caffeine that is consumed in the American diet. This is considered to be a moderate caffeine intake, which, according to many studies, can promote a variety of health benefits. But some studies clai...
Professional Development Resources

Cleveland Clinic Multispecialty Pathology Symposium (online streaming & flash drive formats)

The Cleveland Clinic Multispecialty Pathology Symposium features an expert faculty addressing commonly encountered problems and providing practical tips from their own experience at the microscope. A broad spectrum of cases will be presented, reviewing genitourinary, pulmonary, gastrointestinal and soft tissue, gynecologic, and breast pathology. Participation in this activity will increase knowledge and improve performance in pathology, which will positively impact patient care. Worth 16....
Meetings By Mail®

Penn Radiology Neuro and Chest Imaging Update (Streaming Online & USB Flash Drive)

Penn Radiology’s widely acclaimed faculty provides critical pearls, pitfalls and protocols in the areas of neuroradiology, cardiothoracic and breast imaging. Neuro and Chest Imaging Update focuses on practical imaging issues to improve interpretation across a wide range of common and uncommon clinical scenarios. Multi-modality, cutting edge practices will be discussed, highlighting potential misinterpretations and strategies for optimal patient care. Radiologists in clinical practice and i...
Meetings By Mail®

Clinical Competence in Breast MR, Volume 2

Clinical Competence in Breast MR, volume 2 meets ACR CME requirements for facility accreditation in Breast MR. Reaccredited in 2023, the program contains 100 comprehensive Breast MR cases. The cases include detailed patient histories, a robust assortment of images, dynamic sequences and teaching points from a nationally renowned faculty. This review explores the many indications for malignant and benign disease, featuring nodules, tumors and patterns of enhancement encountered in every day...
Meetings By Mail®

Penn Radiology Breast Imaging Essentials and Innovations (Streaming Online and USB Flash Drive Formats)

Penn Radiology Breast Imaging Essentials and Innovations focuses on practical methods to improve interpretation, as well as new approaches to advance precision imaging in screening and diagnostic settings. In addition to the traditional breast imaging modalities, this activity explores beyond conventional mammography, with presentations dedicated to digital breast tomosynthesis, supplemental imaging with ultrasound, contrast-enhanced mammography, abbreviated breast MRI, artificial intelligence...
Meetings By Mail®

Cancer Treatment Related Cognitive Impairment - Connie Carson, PhD, CCC-SLP

Oncology professionals, nurses, neuropsychologists, and psychologists have established cancer treatment related cognitive impairment (CTRCI) as a common side-effect of cancer treatment, impacting as many as 75% of cancer survivors; yet, speech-language pathologists have been silent in establishing their role in the treatment of this phenomenon. This presentation will provide the necessary background for them to be able to do so. Clinical symptoms will be defined and therapeutic suggestions off...
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

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription Drug Abuse is a 3-hour online continuing education (CE) course that examines the misuse of prescription drugs (including opioids) in the United States. Misuse of prescription drugs means “taking a medication in a manner or dose other than prescribed; taking someone else’s prescription, even if for a legitimate medical complaint such as pain; or taking a medication to feel euphoria.” The misuse of prescription drugs is a serious public health problem in the United States. ...
Professional Development Resources

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