Programs

Courses

  • Clinical Challenges in Electrocardiography

    6 CME Credits
    CCIT

    This course will provide a series of multiple-choice questions based on 12-lead electrocardiograms as encountered in inpatient and outpatient-based settings. The emphasis will be on common and potentially life-threatening clinical entities including acute coronary syndromes, major cardiac arrhythmias and metabolic problems affecting the ECG as well as other conditions such as drug toxicities.

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  • Collaborative Care Approaches for Management of OUD

    8 CME Credits

    Part of the Opioid Use Disorder Education Program

    This free course focuses on collaborative care strategies which include: provider roles and regulatory requirements; patient evaluation and patient education; transitioning between medications; potential misuse, relapse and safer use; and caring for pregnant women and other special populations with OUD.

    This is one of two courses eligible for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) waiver training hours.

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  • Down Syndrome: Health Care Updates for the Primary Care Pediatrician

    1 CME Credit

    DSPDown syndrome is the most common chromosomal condition in humans, but do you know the latest evidence-based medicine on how to best manage these patients? Much has changed since medical school. Many health care guidelines and emerging literature are changing the way that individuals with Down syndrome are diagnosed, followed and managed. Astute physicians can now detect associated conditions before they become symptomatic in an effort to maximize health care development.

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  • Identification, Counseling, and Treatment of OUD

    8 CME Credits

    Part of the Opioid Use Disorder Education Program

    This free course focuses on current best practices in identification and treatment of OUD, including treatment and maintenance with different medications, psychosocial approaches to treatment, addressing co-occurring psychiatric disorders and preventing and treating overdose.

    This is one of two courses eligible for Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) waiver training hours.

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  • Lifestyle Medicine: Nutrition and the Metabolic Syndrome

    1.25 CME Credits
    VT

    Lifestyle Medicine: Nutrition and the Metabolic Syndrome reviews the case of a 54-year-old man who has pre-hypertension, low HDL, high triglycerides, elevated blood glucose and is abdominally obese. At his first visit to you, this patient, who is new to town, voices concern about his newly diagnosed pre-diabetes as well as his poor eating behavior and pattern.

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  • Management of Hyperlipidemia

    2 CME Credits, 2 ABIM MOC Points

    MHLAbnormalities in lipid metabolism contribute to increased risk for developing coronary heart disease and other forms of vascular disease. This case-based, multiple question course will review current guidelines for patients with a variety of lipid disorders.

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  • Management of Infections in Advanced Dementia

    1 CME Credit

    Antimicrobial use is extensive in advanced dementia; however, prior research suggests much of this use may not be appropriate. This interactive, self-directed course employs four virtual patient cases to illustrate how health care providers can improve the management of infections in advanced dementia by merging best practices in infectious diseases and palliative care.

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  • Shared Decision Making

    3 CME Credits
    VT

    Shared decision making (SDM) is an approach to involving patients in medical decisions that is appropriate when clinical evidence supports more than one approach to care. To be skilled in SDM, clinicians must be competent and confident in providing patients with evidence-based information about treatment options and outcomes, and explore patient goals and preferences in order to determine the best treatment for each patient.

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  • Sudden Cardiac Death: A Case-Based ACLS Review

    2 CME Credits
    VT

    The course will provide a series of multiple-choice, question-based cases in common and life-threatening clinical entities typically encountered in the urgent care or emergency department environment. Participants will have an opportunity to review and advance their knowledge of current practice patterns and recent advances in clinical emergency medicine. A standardized level of care equivalent to a typical community level hospital in the United States of America will be employed.

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  • The Telephone & Telemedicine in Clinical Medicine: An Instrument of Opportunity & Risk

    3 CME Credits
    “TRO”

    Using real-life case scenarios, this course will highlight potential areas of risk that can be eliminated or reduced to improve the outcome of clinical problems presented when encountering patients over the phone.

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  • Understanding Addiction

    8 CME Credits

    Part of the Opioid Use Disorder Education Program

    This free course focuses on the fundamentals regarding the nature of addiction including: the epidemiology of opioid use disorder, the chronic nature of OUD, the differences between dependence and use disorders and the neurobiology behind addiction. This course also focuses on the changing perceptions and current stigmas surrounding opioid use disorder.

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