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  • Topics in Risk Management, 5th Edition (Audio + Online Abstracts)

    Led by Course Director Richard P. Kidwell, JD, Senior Associate Counsel/VP Risk Management, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the program features other leading medical-legal experts who address key areas in risk management, as well as malpractice litigation from a judge's perspective, peer review, disclosures, and the affordable healthcare act. This course expires on 6/30/2017. Click here for program overview, disclosures, and CME information.
  • Sexual Assault (Audio Only)

    This one-hour lecture is intended for all healthcare providers who encounter victims of sexual assault. Topics include definitions and statistics, and details emergency department response and evaluation — establishing a safe environment, evaluating and treating injuries, documentation, preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, collecting forensic evidence, and support and crisis intervention. This course expires on 2/28/2018. Click here for program overview, disclosures, and CME information.
  • Domestic Violence (Audio Only)

    Review key information for the screening, recognition and management of actual or suspected victims of domestic violence, including children and the elderly. Learn to evaluate the signs of abuse and how to interview a patient and elicit crucial information. This course expires on 2/28/2018. Click here for program overview, disclosures, and CME information.
  • Cultural Competence (Audio Only)

    Learn to understand and address the challenges in treating patients with cultural, value, belief, language, and social differences. This course also details skills and strategies that can be used in resolving cross-cultural conflicts. This course expires on 2/28/2018. Click here for program overview, disclosures, and CME information.
  • Behavioral Health (Audio Only)

    Review the clinical challenges presented by chronic pain patients with an opioid use disorder. Learn the inherent risk factors for opioid abuse and how to implement risk factor protocols to address this abuse. You'll be able to guide patients with evidence-based behavioral strategies to effectively manage both the chronic pain and the concomitant opioid use disorder. This course expires on 2/28/2018. Click here for program overview, disclosures, and CME information.

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