CME/CE

The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower provides continuing professional development activities for a variety of health care professionals. Activities range from local Grand Rounds and Tumor Board conferences for the staff of Eisenhower Medical Center to activities designed for national and international audiences.

 

The Annenberg Center has been granted Accreditation with Commendation status
by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
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PosterPerspectives: Focus on Rheumatoid Arthritis / ACR 2013

PosterPerspectives selects important posters and abstracts presented at scientific congresses, linking them to a summary from the lead author with expert faculty analysis, critique and discussion of implications for clinical practice. A total of 8 posters/abstracts presented at the 2013 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting are presented.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 05/31/2015  (month/day/year)

The Power of Recognizing Patterns in Patients with COPD: Explored by Virtual Simulation

The Virtual COPD Patient Management Simulator enables clinicians to learn and practice within authentic clinical scenarios. This simulation technology is significantly more powerful than other simulation tools currently used in CME because it is state based and enables the clinician to choose among many variables to meet each objectivecreating hundreds of what if scenarios.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 11/31/2015  (month/day/year)

Recognizing and Managing Life-threatening Angioedema

We are pleased to provide an audio-based CME activity titled Recognizing and Managing Life-threatening Angioedema developed to provide cutting-edge information on the diagnosis and management of angioedema conditions, with an emphasis on hereditary angioedema (HAE). Hear expert Marc A. Riedl, MD, summarize research findings and provide clinical practice guidance from 4 key articles recently published in peer-reviewed journals. These articles have been selected to help emergency, primary care, and specialist clinicians recognize and distinguish HAE from other forms of angioedema, understand the latest consensus recommendations for managing angioedema attacks in the outpatient and emergency setting, and provide ongoing education, treatment, and monitoring to improve outcomes and quality of life for patients with HAE.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 07/7/2015  (month/day/year)

Expert Perspectives: Rheumatoid Arthritis—Drug Safety

Rheumatology Drug Safety Update John J. Cush, MD, provides a timely update on hot rheumatology drug safety topics, including use of statins, safety of aspirin in gout, TNF inhibitor safety profile (mortality, infection/cancer risk, and new-onset psoriasis), use in pregnancy,and strategies to address potential hepatitis B reactivation.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 02/29/2015  (month/day/year)

iPOC: Managing Patients with Rheumatic Disease

iPointOfCare is a web-based tool that allows physicians and other health care professionals to quickly search a variety of resources, find answers to point-of-care questions, and obtain CME credit.

Certified for: Physician

Format: On-Demand

Expiration Date: 07/31/2015  (month/day/year)

Adherence in Schizophrenia: Increasing Competence, Cooperation, and Customized Patient Solutions.

In this audio-based webcast, psychotherapist medication management expert, Cynthia Taylor Handrup, DNP, APN, PMHCNS-BC, provides her perspective on increasing adherence and reducing the burden of schizophrenia on patients and the community.This webcast will help you improve your practice by providing the latest information on treatment adherence in schizophrenia. You will hear about current agents and learn strategies to improve adherence and the therapeutic alliance.

Certified for: Nurse

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 07/31/2015  (month/day/year)

Study Companion: Mastering Clinical Concepts in Parkinsons Disease

Study Companion is an online self-study activity that uses a question and answer format to explore key concepts in Parkinson's disease (PD) management for neurologists, primary care physicians, movement disorder specialists and other healthcare professionals.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 07/31/2015  (month/day/year)

Expert Perspectives: Rheumatoid Arthritis-Uveitis

Therapy of Ocular Inflammation Uveitis Sergio Schwartzman, MD, provides an overview of the classification and management of uveitis, focusing on evidence-based management strategies for cases typically seen in the rheumatology practice.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 02/29/2015  (month/day/year)

Expert Perspectives: Case Studies in NSCLC: Tailoring Treatment for the Individual Patient

Despite the slight downward trend seen in mortality statistics for lung cancer, this disease is still one of the most common and deadliest cancers today, with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) being the most common type. The good news is that researchers are continuing to find new ways to treat lung cancer through molecular targeting of tumors, in addition to traditional chemotherapy. This program will review several NSCLC case studies, providing specific clinical details to help users work toward the diagnosis and treatment options for each case. It will also focus on some of the newer clinical therapies for NSCLC while discussing the practical implications for their use.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 07/25/2015  (month/day/year)

Study Companion: Mastering Clinical Concepts in Multiple Sclerosis Management

The MS Study Companion provides a series of online self-assessment questions in an interactive, intuitive format that will evaluate and validate your current knowledge of specific topics in multiple sclerosis, as well as introduce you to new and emerging therapeutic strategies. All questions feature instant feedback on your answer, as well as additional references for further study.

Certified for: Physician

Format: On-Demand

Expiration Date: 12/31/2014  (month/day/year)

ExpertPerspectives: Optimizing Treatment of Constipation-related Functional Gastrointestinal (GI) Disorders

Drs. William Chey and Joel Heidelbaugh provide insights into irritable bowel syndrome and chronic constipation through illustration of key studies and cases.

Certified for: Physician, Nurse Practitioner

Format: On-Demand, Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 01/19/2015  (month/day/year)

Poster Perspectives: NSCLC Posters and Abstracts from Sydney and San Diego.

Oncology expert Heather Wakelee, MD, associate professor of medicine in the Division on Oncology, Stanford University, provides her perspectives on key non-small cell lung cancer posters and oral presentations from the World Conference on Lung Cancer held October 27-31, 2013, in Sydney, Australia, and the American Association for Cancer Research and International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer Joint Conference on the Molecular Origins of Lung Cancer held January 6-9, 2014, in San Diego, California.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 07/31/2015  (month/day/year)

PosterPerspectives: Retina Poster and Oral Presentations from New Orleans

Ophthalmologists and retina experts, David M. Brown, MD, FACS, and Allen C. Ho, MD, FACS, have selected poster presentations that reflect common conditions and issues for retina specialists seeing patients on systemic medicines or being treated for diabetic macular edema, vein occlusion, or age-related macular degeneration.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 04/30/2015  (month/day/year)

PediatricNutritionCE.org Website Programs

Multiple webcasts and print activities are hosted on the PediatricNutritionCE.org website, with new activities being added periodically. The activities are accredited for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and registered dieticians. All activities target infant and toddler health as they relate to nutritional support.

Certified for: Physician, Physician Assistant, Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Dietitian

Format: On-Demand, Enduring Material

NSCLC: Individualizing Treatment in an Era of Molecular Testing

Heather Wakelee, MD, offers perspectives on current and future options in the treatment of nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC) tailored to the needs of the patient to optimize outcomes. You may participate by reading and viewing the newsletter, reflecting on its implications in your practice, and completing the assessment component.

Certified for: Physician, Nurse, Nurse Practitioner

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 05/31/2015  (month/day/year)

iPointOfCare: Managing Patients with COPD

iPointOfCare is an innovative evidence-based, clinical resource for clinicians, providing answers to clinical questions at or near the "point-of-care" - where and when clinicians need it - in the office, in the exam room, on computers, tablets or smart phones. This unique resource and learning tool allows physicians and other health care professionals to perform Internet-style clinical searches based on keywords used to access a wealth of clinically relevant, peer-reviewed resources, find answers to their "point-of-care" questions, return to patient care, and obtain CME credit.

Certified for: Physician

Format: Enduring Material

Motivational Interviewing to Create Health Behavior Change in Pediatric Patients and Families

In this webcast, motivational interviewing (MI) and obesity expert Stephen Pont, MD, MPH, FAAP, of the University of Texas Southwestern in Austin, Texas, and pediatric obesity expert Joani Jack, MD, FAAP, of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, explore the application of MI principles in pediatrics. They review the key principles of MI, simple steps that the busy clinician can make to move toward MI in practice, and application of MI techniques in breastfeeding and pediatric nutrition scenarios. They also discuss MI and pediatric obesity resources, including online toolkits from the highly successful Healthy Eating and Living Education (HEALED) program from the Tennessee American Academy of Pediatrics.

Certified for: Physician, Physician Assistant, Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Other Healthcare Professional

Format: On-Demand, Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 11/8/2015  (month/day/year)

Initiating Breastfeeding Conversation with Mothers and Families

This activity is designed to help clinicians who care for newborns, infants, and toddlers become more proficient in talking about breastfeeding with mothers and families with the ultimate goal of improving the breastfeeding rate in their practice. The expert presenter will discuss how to overcome barriers to breastfeeding and initiate and follow-up breastfeeding conversations.

Certified for: Physician, Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Dietitian

Format: Enduring Material

Expiration Date: 11/31/2015  (month/day/year)

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