Two Great Opportunities For Opioid CME and Pain Management for Surgical Patients
Two Great Opportunities For Opioid CME and Pain Management for Surgical Patients – Time Sensitive!
- Take ROUTE ONE!
Reducing Opioid Use in Tennessee through Education is an interactive web-based app quiz comprised of 20 questions tailored to specific clinical practice settings which cover a variety of opioid-related competencies; from best practices in pain management, to effective treatment of substance use disorders. Participants receive one multiple choice question each weekday via text message or email. Upon question completion you’ll be provided immediate feedback. Meets the BME licensure requirement for opioid-prescribing CME. Click here to learn more.
ENROLLMENT PERIOD: JUNE 17 – JULY 12, 2019
- Two one-hour sessions during the 2019 TNACS ANNUAL MEETING AND TENNESSEE TRAUMA SYMPOSIUM are devoted to pain management and opioid-prescribing.
- Opioid Management in Surgical Patients – A Panel Discussion
- Ingrid Meszoely, MD, FACS, Moderator —Panelists: Darren Hunt, M D, FACS; Elizabeth Jackson, MD, FACS; John (Trey) Robertson, MD, FACS
- The View from the Street – Perspective from a DEA Agent
- Changes in the TN Opioid Legislation and BME Prescribing Guidelines – Kimberly Grant Silvus, J.D.
Meets the BME licensure requirement for opioid-prescribing CME.