14 ACPE Credits
14 CE Credits for Psychologists
14 ASWB ACE Credits
14.0 Contact Hours
6 Hours of Pharmacology for NPs
Course Fees:$895 for Physicians, Attorneys, Psychologists, Pharmacists, & Dentists
$695 for Physician Assistants
$695 for Nurse Practitioners
$495 for Nurses, Students & Others
BIAS FREE CME - No Commercial Support was provided for this CME activity.
- Introduction to Sex and Gender Based Medicine- what it is and why you should care
- Heart Broken- understanding sex and gender differences in heart disease
- Rats, sex and sleeping pills- the influence of biological sex and gender in pharmacology
- Sex and Gender Jeopardy- a sample of how sex and gender impact our health
- Speak Up/ Shut Up- How to optimize communication in a high stress environment
- Bridging the silence- starting a conversation about end of life care
- Resliency 101- deliberate habits to survive and thrive in medicine
- Resilency 101 ? deliberate habits to survive and thrive in medicine
- Identify opportunities to increase resiliency and personal wellness to prevent personal burnout
- Bridging the Silence ? real conversations about end of life care
- Create a framework that utilizes key phrases to talk to patients about end of life goals of care
- Shutting up/speaking up
- Identify potential blindspots in one's own communication patterns Identify techniques and language to use with colleagues during questions or disagreements over patient care
- Heartbroken- sex and gender differences in heart disease
- Describe biological sex and gender based differences in heart disease
- Sex and Gender Medicine- What it is and why you should care
- Differentiate between the terms biological sex and gender and describe how both can impact patient care
- Rats, sex and sleeping pills- the infliuence of biological sex and gender on pharmacology
- Describe how drugs can have different pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in men and women
- Sex and Gender Jeopardy
- Identify ways in which our biological sex and gender impact our wellness and diseased states
- Physician as Advocate, Finding Purpose
- Identify techniques for engaging in purpose to confront and overcome burnout in medical practice.
- Current Issues in Health Policy
- Identify and explore current issues confronting the national health policy that consumes 17% of our GDP but is often poorly understood by physicians.
- High Risk Activities You Do By Taking the Easy Road
- Identify and confront medical decisions that are easy to make, but harmful to patients.
- How to Go to Jail: Criminal Liability in Medicine
- Describe recent legal cases and challenges surrounding the practice of medicine that have resulted in criminal instead of just civil penalties.
- The Opiate Epidemic: Risk For All
- Describe and explore the opioid epidemic, methods for confronting the disease, and providing resources.
- Ethical Issues in Error Disclosure
- Identify the risks and benefits of error disclosure and discuss personal experiences with confronting and disclosing errors to patients.
- Behavioral Health Emergencies and Risk
- Analyze the growing behavioral health challenges, court cases, and psychosocial challenges that confront providers in their care of patients.