Internal Medicine CME
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The major focus of this site is Global Health.
Examples of modules include:
• Module 1: Introduction to Health Care for Immigrant and Refugee Populations
• Module 2: Disaster Response and Clinical Medicine in Resource-Limited Settings
• Module 3: Public Health and Noninfectious Disease in Developing Countries
• Module 4: Parasitic Infections
• Module 5: Bacterial, Mycobacterial (TB), and Fungal Infections
• Module 6: Viral Infections
• Module 7: Travel Medicine
You will also find 2 courses unrelated to global health:
• Nitrous Oxide for Pediatric Procedural Sedation
• FASD: Early Identification and Intervention in the Primary Care Setting
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Physicians focusing on Family Medicine, Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, and Pediatrics.
- Cost: $845
- Credit hours: 24 - 40 per module
- CME credits awarded by: University of Minnesota
- Format: On-Demand Online
- 20% OFF W/ CODE: CME20
What’s NRCME Certification?
As of May 2014, a federal ruling requires that healthcare professionals performing physical exams on commercial motor vehicle drivers must have National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME) certification. In order to receive certification, you must complete training and pass a federal certification test to meet the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) guidelines.
Why is This a Great Opportunity for You?
With an estimated 7 million to 14 million commercial drivers coupled with legislation requiring every state to track and electronically tie the medical exam to the Commercial Drivers License (CDL), the number of exams performed is expected to increase exponentially. Use this requirement to retain your position as a DOT examiner in your community or to expand your practice base as a certified DOT examiner.
What is the NRCME Plus Online Training System®?
NRCME Plus Online Training System® gives healthcare providers — MDs, DOs, DCs, NPs/APNs, and PAs — the knowledge to become a certified medical examiner and apply the FMCSA driver physical qualifications standards and guidelines. This training program is 100% online in a self-guided module format that is mobile device ready, does not require audio or flash, and is equipped with auto-save features to set your place if your training is interrupted.
Why Choose Oakstone CME’s Training Program?
NRCME Plus Online Training System® is the only NRCME training on the market that:
- Includes unlimited access to training and no expiration date or time period to complete your training
- Offers a Q&A deck with 550+ practice questions to help you assess your knowledge
- Offers an online resource library with valuable information to support and supplement your training and to provide a continuing reference throughout your service as a certified medical examiner
Additionally, NRCME Plus Online Training System® was developed by 1 of the 10 original consultants who convened in Washington, DC to develop the FMCSA guidelines. It’s also worth noting that 95% of those who complete our training pass the certification test the first time.
After successful completion of this CME activity, the participant will be able to:
- Apply the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) driver physical qualification regulations and advisory criteria to pass the FMCSA certification test for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME)
- Apply the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) driver physical qualification regulations and advisory criteria when performing examinations for CMV drivers and determining medical certification
- Gain specific guidance and understand sources of information for questions on CMV examinations and requisite documentation necessary for such exams
Medical doctors, doctors of osteopathy, doctors of chiropractic, physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, and advanced practice nurses who are specifically interested in performing CMV driver physical exams and obtaining NRCME certification.See full details chevron_right
- Cost: $99
- Credit hours: 12
- CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
- Format: Online, On Demand
- Material last updated: January 1, 2018
- Expiration of CME credit: December 31, 2021
Activity Description / Statement of Need:
In this online, self-learning activity:
Osteoporosis is a disease common among elderly patients and is increasing in frequency as senior citizens begin to represent a larger share of the US population. In the US, fragility fractures are associated with 1.7 million hospitalizations, and the number of annual of osteoporotic fractures is expected to rise to three million annually in the next few years, with annual treatment costs expected to be $25.3 billion. Despite the morbidity and mortality associated with osteoporosis, practice gaps related to suboptimal screening, risk assessment, and management practices have led to underdiagnosis and undertreatment of this condition. Osteoporosis screening may identify people at increased risk of low-trauma fracture who may benefit from interventions to minimize risk. The USPSTF recommends screening for osteoporosis with BMD testing in all women 65 years or older and in postmenopausal women younger than 65 years but at increased risk of osteoporosis. However, the literature has consistently illustrated underutilization of screening and diagnostic measures. About 60% of women for whom the USPSTF recommends screening do not receive BMD testing, with some patient populations more likely than others to miss out on screening and care. Clinicians should be aware that prior fragility fracture is sufficient for diagnosis of osteoporosis, and yet only one-quarter of patients with a prior fragility fracture were aware they had this condition. Underdiagnosis therefore represents a compelling safety consideration, as 20% of patients become dependent on long-term care after a hip fracture, and 20% die within a year from related complications.
HCPs specializing in: endocrinology, internal medicine, geriatrics, and women’s health; physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and pharmacists who practice in those areas of specialty; and those who otherwise commonly care for or clinically encounter patients with postmenopausal osteoporosis.See full details chevron_right
- Credit hours: 1.25
- CME credits awarded by: ScientiaCME
- Format: On-Demand Online
- Material last updated: 08/20/2022
- Expiration of CME credit: 8/20/2024