Online and Enduring Materials

Care of assault victims requires medical and legal knowledge administered with compassion. This program is intended to help clinicians become familiar with their state statutes about sexual assault and understand the process of assessing, treating, and supporting the victims.

CME Credits:
2
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Medical malpractice suits are not an inevitable consequence of engaging in the practice of medicine. Never-sued physicians recognize the inherent vulnerabilities of patienthood and consistently employ techniques to meet patient needs and expectations. This course teaches you techniques that will enable you to avoid the most unpleasant aspect of medical practice: a malpractice suit.

CME Credits:
4
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This program uses 4 interactive cases to illustrate common issues in the evaluation of suspected child maltreatment and provides practical approaches that can be applied in any primary care or emergency department setting.

CME Credits:
2
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This course identifies many principles of ethical or moral conduct for physicians. It explains the basis for ethical relationships between physicians and patients, and it helps physicians with professional responsibility in issues of public health, colleague relationships, and ethical management of business and financial concerns.

CME Credits:
2
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This freshly updated course provides clinicians with an in-depth understanding of how to counsel patients on dietary strategies that can reduce inflammation, decrease the risk for many chronic diseases, and improve mood and energy levels.

CME Credits:
5
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This program in various modules teaches physicians how to provide empathic, patient-centered health care that will improve your patient satisfaction scores and reduce malpractice litigation risk.

CME Credits:
11.5
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Breast cancer treatment is complex and demanding. This course teaches busy providers to have the tools they can incorporate into conventional cancer treatment: integrative interventions that new research shows can impact not only quality of life, but also cancer-specific outcomes. These powerful integrative adjuvants include stress management, exercise, sleep, and diet.

CME Credits:
9
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This course helps physicians incorporate into practice knowledge of prevalence of obesity in the U.S. In particular, how to utilize motivational interviewing techniques in a clinical scenario, as well as the 5 A's Behavior Change model during lifestyle counseling.

CME Credits:
1
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This course helps you incorporate knowledge of prevalence of obesity, mitigate weight bias in clinical settings, utilize four motivational interviewing techniques in a clinical scenario, and identify the steps of the 5 A's Behavior Change model for lifestyle counseling in a clinical scenario.

CME Credits:
1
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This course presents four interactive case studies that address diversity among patients facing a life-limiting illness and the need for interdisciplinary collaboration in providing end-of-life and palliative care. Skills are taught for building continuity of care through collaboration with interpreters, CAM practitioners, chaplains and other professional. Participants actively engage in each case study in a variety of ways, including choosing among multiple options at decision points and rating video simulations of patient-provider interactions on critical dimensions. Targeted feedback is provided for multiple choice responses and commentary on best practice is provided for other types of responses.

CME Credits:
1.5
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This course presents three interactive case studies that teach skills needed to conduct difficult end-of-life conversations. Video case studies demonstrate a step-wise approach to breaking bad news, the importance of eliciting conflicting points of view about the values and motivations of an incapacitated family member, and a process for offering supportive therapies when medical care fails to relieve symptoms.

CME Credits:
1
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This course teaches a step-wise process, LEARN (Listen, Explain, Acknowledge, Recommend, Negotiate), for understanding and incorporating culture in patient care. The introductory module presents Explanatory Models as the basis for mutual understanding of the illness experience and teaches eight basic questions for eliciting the patient's Explanatory Model for the current illness experience. Subsequent interactive case studies focus on the role of spirituality in end-of-life decision making, responding to the family’s preference for shielding the patient from full disclosure of a life-limiting illness, and incorporating the patient’s use of CAM in the plan of care.

CME Credits:
1.5
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This program will help you better recognize abuse in your practice. It will teach you how to assist your patients who are in abusive relationships. It will provide you with management strategies that will aid you and your staff.

CME Credits:
1 to 16
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This course will improve your ability to deliver culturally effective care in the clinical setting. You will have an opportunity to practice your skills using case examples of various patients with type 2 diabetes. You will also learn about the latest guidelines and research on diabetes prevention, screening, and treatment.

CME Credits:
1 to 9
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This activity describes the requirements of the Federal EMTALA law and how to comply with these requirements. Numerous examples of case law are included.

CME Credits:
4
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Environmental health is based on the premise that what we eat or are exposed to in our environment has a direct effect on our health. This course prepares you to give informed and insightful responses to patients' questions about the ever-evolving field of environmental health.


CME Credits:
7.5
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This program uses 4 interactive cases to illustrate common issues in the evaluation of suspected child maltreatment and provides practical approaches that can be applied in any primary care or emergency department setting.

CME Credits:
2
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This program helps you recognize how to diagnose common pain problems; assess and manage functional status in pain patients; manage long-term pain medications, particularly opioids, and utilize referral and ancillary care providers in treating chronic pain.

CME Credits:
1 to 14.5
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This course helps you explore treatments beyond medicine and hormones and examine the prevalence of pelvic pain as well as psychological, social, and cultural factors that contribute to it. Understand the physiological mechanisms and create an evidence-based approach to treatment, blending lifestyle changes and other integrative modalities.

CME Credits:
5
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This series offers an in-depth look at the current state of integrative pain management. Participants will gain an understanding of the pathophysiology of acute pain vs chronic pain, learning to assess the evidence for the safety and benefit of a wide variety of integrative modalities including nutritional approaches, mind-body therapies, manual therapy techniques, acupuncture, and many more. Participants will review current strategies for de-prescribing opiate medications, and be able to discuss the role of Integrative Medicine in the management of chronic pain.

CME Credits:
10
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