Preventing CAUTI: The Winnable Battle
Dr. Ed Septimus covers the impact of HAIs, trends in HAI prevention, HHS Action Plan, the impact of CAUTIs and asymptomatic bacteriuria, in this presentation.
Screening Laboratory Tests: Recommended Guidelines from the Newborn Nursery to the Nursing Home
Frequent updated screening guidelines can make it difficult for physicians to incorporate guidelines into everyday practice. This course is designed to improve screening utilization and decrease unnecessary testing.
Ethics: Physician Self-Care and Burnout Prevention
Dr. Kimberly McLaren discusses how to identify signs of physician burnout, and how to implement strategies that can improve wellness.
Physician – Patient Relationships (and Relationships with Others)
Joanne Hopkins, J.D, reviews the physician - patient relationship in the legal context and the multiple scenarios that may evolve in forming and terminating the relationships.
Ethics: Management of the Acutely Agitated Patient and Assessment of Suicidal Risk
The purpose of this activity is to help clinicians in ED's identify these patients, assess them appropriately, and initiate effective treatment in the context of the emergency setting.
Gone are the days where the physician is the sole source knowledge. With the evolvement of the e-patient movement physician will need to know how to use social and emerging technology to research, connect, and communicate with other patients, ...
The Epidemic of Opioid Dependence and Overdose
This course is designed to raise awareness of the opioid crisis and develop a strategy to ensure that patients receive appropriate and effective treatment.
Zika: A Virus Finding a New Home
Dr. Metzger reviews the most current literature and guidelines, as of March, 2016, for the Zika Virus.
Antimicrobial Management Program: An Update
Dr. Brian Metzger presents on the topic of the Antimicrobial Management Program to reduce adverse drug events, infections, morbidity and mortality.
All courses are available to everyone.
Only physicians can receive C.M.E.