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Expiration Date 12/26/14
Current and Emerging Strategies in the Treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) see details » « hide
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Provider: ScientiaCME
Activity Expires: 12/26/14 —7 days
Overview


In this online CME self-learning program:
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) affects up to 13% of the worldwide population and is poised to become the third major cause of death in middle-income countries over the next two decades if tobacco smoking and air pollution continue to increase.  COPD is an incurable, progressive disease involving pulmonary airflow limitation with an inflammatory response and is both preventable and treatable. If not treated appropriately, it can lead to disability, comorbid conditions, decreased quality of life, and an increased risk of premature death.

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Expiration Date 12/29/14
Current and Emerging Strategies in the Treatment of Chronic Pain see details » « hide
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Provider: ScientiaCME
Activity Expires: 12/29/14 —10 days
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In this online CME self-learning program:
Chronic pain is a serious medical condition found in a diverse range of patient populations.  Because of the etiologically heterogeneous nature of this condition, many treatment modalities exist, some of which apply to a broader range of patient populations than do others.  For several reasons that are both patient- and provider-specific and include concern over medication dependence, stigma to narcotic use, and the inherent difficulty in measuring the subjective phenomenon of pain itself, chronic pain is frequently undertreated.

Visit website: http://www.scientiacme.org/cme-36-111-0-0-0-treatment-of-chronic-pain-cme

Expiration Date 1/01/15
Care and Treatment of Ambulatory Patients With Diabetes: Evidence-Based Team Care Initiatives see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 1/1/15 —13 days
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Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), previously known as non–insulin-dependent diabetes, has become a major health crisis in the United States, as diagnoses reach epidemic numbers and as complications nearly double the mortality risk of the diabetic population compared with healthy individuals. Patients with the disease rely on pharmacists and collaborating health professionals to provide continual care to accommodate their fluctuating needs. By working together to monitor glucose control and morbidities, and by including patients and caregivers as active participants in self-management education and training, pharmacists can not only help patients with diabetes reach outcome goals but also prevent the progression of early metabolic changes into active disease.

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Expiration Date 1/04/15
Successful Strategies for Addressing Medication Safety Hot Topics - Pediatrics see details » « hide
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Provider: ScientiaCME
Activity Expires: 1/4/15 —16 days
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In this online CME self-learning program:
In an effort to improve health care quality by fostering collaboration, a consortium of Medication Safety Officers from ASMSO have agreed to work together to enhance the knowledge of, and leading to a reduction in medication administration errors and readmission rates in acute care hospitals.

Visit website: http://www.scientiacme.org/cme-67-111-0-0-0-medication-safety-pediatrics-cme

Expiration Date 1/08/15
Therapeutic Updates Best Practices and Barriers to Care in the Treatment of Chronic Pain see details » « hide
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Provider: ScientiaCME
Activity Expires: 1/8/15 —20 days
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Chronic pain is a serious medical condition found in a diverse range of patient populations.  Because of the etiologically heterogeneous nature of this condition, many treatment modalities exist, some of which apply to a broader range of patient populations than do others.  For several reasons that are both patient- and provider-specific and include concern over medication dependence, stigma to narcotic use, and the inherent difficulty in measuring the subjective phenomenon of pain itself, chronic pain is frequently undertreated.

Visit website: http://www.scientiacme.org/cme-66-111-0-0-0-treatment-of-chronic-pain-cme

Expiration Date 1/24/15
A Panel Discussion on PROP and the Future of Opioid Prescription see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 1/24/15 —36 days
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Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to:

Discuss issues surrounding PROP and what it means for Opioid prescribing in the future

Visit website: http://cme.dannemiller.com/videos/accreditation.cfm?id=464

Expiration Date 1/30/15
Optimal Use of New Therapies for Advanced and Metastatic Melanoma see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 1/30/15 —42 days
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Audio and Slides Webcast

• Describe the evolving concept of individualizing therapy for patients with advanced and metastatic melanoma.
• Explain the application of new and emerging therapeutic options for the treatment of advanced and metastatic melanoma.

Visit website: http://my.quantiamd.com/player/ybjfkechj?partner=mcmonco&m=140131_cme_melanoma_mcmonco

Expiration Date 1/31/15
Hot Topics in Diabetes: Cancer and Diabetes see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 1/31/15 —43 days
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CME Audio and Slides Webcast

Visit website: http://quantiamd.com/player/ybzitvzgc?cid=1382

Expiration Date 1/31/15
Basic Principles in Communication Skills for Clinical Oncology see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 1/31/15 —43 days
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Target Audience
This enduring material will be of value to oncologists, nurses, PAs, trainees (fellows, interns, residents) and other health care professionals.
Goals
Create positive changes in physician competence in relation to communicating with patients
Improve performance in communicating with patients by learning techniques described in this educational series
Improve the health status of patients by communicating treatment information in an appropriate manner and allowing the patient to make an informed decision

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Expiration Date 2/01/15
Doing the Right Thing for Our Patients- Leading as a Professional see details » « hide
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Activity Expires: 2/1/15 —44 days
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As the influence of health care reform unfolds, the role of physicians and their organizations will inevitably change. Given these changes, the relationship between physicians and their hospitals or physician organization will alter as a result. More physicians are becoming employed or under contract with an organization. Physicians will need to serve as leaders more now than ever to ensure the highest quality of care and value is provided in their communities and to protect the patient-physician relationship.

Visit website: https://cme.ama-assn.org/Activity/1024546/Detail.aspx

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