This two hour CME activity on pain management and safe opioid prescribing is designed for physicians and other health care providers.
The objective of the “2019 Pain Management Symposium” is to enhance the knowledge of health care providers, thereby improving patient care. Participants in the 2019 Pain Management Symposium will become aware of new updates in pain management treatment and practice, and gain a better understanding of the variety of patient types and conditions seen in … Read More
Addiction and Law will explore the legal aspects of addiction for our state and nation, educating physicians on both criminal and legal perspectives. We will look at addictive substances, treatment, and the overall state of addiction in Oklahoma. Topics include: The Opioid Epidemic in Oklahoma Cannabis Addiction Statistics in Oklahoma Neurobiology of Addiction Medication-Assisted Treatment … Read More
The Update in Addiction Medicine is a bonus session which allows physicians to learn what is new and upcoming in addiction medicine. This conferences will inform physicians about new prescriptions, changes in the law, and different techniques to improve their practice. Topics include: State of Addiction in Oklahoma Care at the Crossroads: Navigating the HIV, … Read More
The 2019 Addiction Medicine Board Review is planned to educate physicians who are preparing for a career in addiction medicine or for practicing physicians that want more knowledge on how to manage patients with substance use disorders. This conference will touch on a variety of topics to assist physicians who are preparing for the Addiction … Read More
The 2019 Primary Care Update is planned for physicians with an emphasis on problems encountered by the primary care practitioner on a daily basis. The goal of this conference is to enhance the knowledge of primary care providers, thereby improving patient care outcomes. Participants in this program will become aware of new updates in family … Read More
The objective of the 2019 Emergency Medicine Review is to enhance the knowledge of emergency care providers, thereby improving patient care in the emergency department as well as in the private office setting. Participants in this program will become aware of new updates in emergency medicine treatment and practice, and gain a better understanding of … Read More
This activity has been approved for up to 20 AOA Category 1-A CME credits and up to 20 AAFP CME credits. For more information or to register, visit www.osu-cme.com or contact the OSU-CME office at (800) 274-1972.