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Addiction in Native America

This one-day conference is a live virtual broadcast, using Zoom. The Addiction in Native America conference will explore substance use in Indigenous populations and how treatment should encompass cultural considerations. Lecture titles include: Opioid Use in Indian Country Understanding and Addressing Addiction with First Americans Opioid Abuse and MAT in Indian Country American Indian Culture … Read More

07.29.20

Webinar Wednesdays with American Osteopathic College of Dermatology

Presented by: James Q. Del Rosso, DO, FAOCD

07.20.20

Tuesdays on the Web with American Osteopathic College of Pathologists

The Bethesda Reporting system represents the standard of care. Presented by: Alan J. Shienbaum, DO

07.20.20

LIVE WEBINAR – COVID-19, Cybercrime & HIPAA: Prepare Your Practice

We’ve all had to make adjustments to how we work, how we live, and how we interact overall with humanity during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This means that we’ve been stricter in some regard, and more relaxed in others. The pandemic has created the perfect storm for cybercriminals  in these “relaxed” times. This webinar will explain … Read More

07.16.20

LIVE WEBINAR – COVID-19: Practice Reopening Strategies

This webinar will explore some of the policies and procedures which practices should be developing or have in place to comply with state, federal and medical society guidance. The webinar will also explore some of the liability issues which practices might face for failure to comply and steps to assure compliance and minimize risk. In … Read More

07.16.20

LIVE WEBINAR – COVID-19 Care: Practice Security & Staff Safety

Before COVID-19, just working in healthcare meant that you were 5 times more likely to be the victim of workplace violence than any other industry. Now, pandemic fear and resultant financial pressures have the potential to make your practice an even more dangerous place. Unfortunately, your medical practice is not immune to violence, and closing … Read More

07.16.20

LIVE WEBINAR – COVID-19 Care: Avoid Burnout and Build Resilience

Researchers at Columbia University recently studied levels of stress, anxiety and depression among clinicians during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The study showed all providers who participated attributed an increased sense of meaning and purpose to their work during the same period. Other key findings included nearly half of all participants screening positive for … Read More

07.16.20