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Pain Management (brief) Pain Management CME
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Pain Medicine CME Credit hours...12.
CME Credits Awarded by....Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
Cost...........$199.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Online Download and Video MP4 or Video DVD.
Target Audiences...practicing pain physicians, resident physicians enrolled in pain fellowship programs, and primary care and middle-level practitioners interested in improving their chronic pain expertise or requiring courses for renewing licensure.
Educational material last updated...August 15, 2014.
Expiration of CME credit...August 15, 2017.
Pain Management is a brief course providing up-to-date information for the care of patients with chronic pain. Topics range from medico-legal considerations to complex pain problems such as regional pain syndrome, myofascial pain, headache, and back and spine pain. Pharmacology and psychopharmacology of pain is also covered.
After viewing Pain Management, you will be better able to:
• Discuss the medico-legal aspects of pain
• Describe chronic pain syndromes including cancer and non-cancer pain in adults and the elderly
• Explain the controversies and limitation in the use of opioids for chronic pain care For a more inclusive pain medicine course, see Comprehensive Review of Pain Medicine (35 hours).

Pain Medication Challenges: Appropriate use of opiates and other controlled substances (brief) Pain Medicine CME
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Pain Medicine CME Credit hours...5.
CME Credits Awarded by....Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
Cost...........$99.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Online Download and Video MP4 or Video DVD.
Target Audiences...Physicians, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and other providers whose scope of practice includes caring for patients with complaints of chronic pain.
Educational material last updated...August 15, 2014.
Expiration of CME credit...August 15, 2017
Pain Medication Challenges contains 6 video lectures: Opiate Therapy Controversies, Psychology of Chronic Pain, Medical-legal Considerations of Chronic Pain, Opioid Risk Management, Toxicology for Chronic Pain and Chronic Pain Disorders.
After completing Pain Medication Challenges, you will be able to:
• Identify the role of medicinal opiates as drugs of abuse and misuse
• Explain the close relationship between depression and the subjective experience of pain
• Discuss model guidelines for the dispensing of opiates
• Recognize patients whom may be at risk for abuse and addiction with opiate medications
• Interpret the results of these laboratory tests to discover irregularities such as sample adulteration
• Define pain and its various subtypes
For a more inclusive pain medicine course, see Comprehensive Review of Pain Medicine (35 hours).

Improving Outcomes in Chronic Pain Pain Management CME 
Pain Management CME Credit hours...Up to 14.55 hours.
CME Credits Awarded by....University of Arizona College of Medicine at the Arizona Health Sciences Center.
Cost...........$25 per hour.
Meets Special CME Requirements in....California, Oregon, and Rhode Island.
Improving Outcomes in Chronic Pain will help you to:
Assess and measure pain and its effects on your patients;
Choose appropriate therapies for chronic pain;
Better manage common pain syndromes; and
Safeguard your practice from drug abuse and diversion.

Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain Pain Management CME
Pain Management CME Credit hours...1.0. 
CME Credits Awarded by....University of Arizona College of Medicine at the Arizona Health Sciences Center.
Cost...........$25 per hour.
Meets Special CME Requirements in....California, Massachusetts, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Texas.
Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain will help you to: 
Diagnose and manage chronic low back pain;
Utilize appropriate long-term opioid treatment; and
Safeguard your practice from drug abuse and diversion.