One Care of Southwest Virginia has several upcoming Prescription Drug Abuse Forums that are eligible for CME, CNE, and continuing pharmacy education credits. There is no registration fee for these events. However, attendee space is limited, so early registration is essential.
Forums will be held on the following dates:
October 28, Fisherville, VA
October 29, Lynchburg, VA
March 3, Martinsville, VA
March 4, Roanoke, VA
For more information or to register, click here.
UVa School of Medicine has a web based video course that focuses on the management and current regulations associated with opioid prescribing in Virginia. Participants will watch a video presentation and then complete a post test activity with a passing score of 80% in order to receive CME credit.
This course and its resources meet the requirements for opioid training described by the Virginia Board of Medicine.
Formore information or to register for the course, click here.
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Friday Sept. 29
Addiction: A Love/Hate Relationship
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Common Contributors to Pain in Outpatient Medicine
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Why I Can’t take Narcotics
Why Pain Meds Help Me
The New VA Guidelines on Pain Treatment and what they mean for Primary Care Providers
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Law Enforcement and Implications for Prescribers
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Virginia Healthcare: Key Strategies, Value Performance, Health Status and Policy Priorities
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