Learning Opportunities

The 2014 Carolinas COPD Symposium will be held July 23, 2014, at the Bonnie E. Cone Center, UNC Charlotte Campus, Charlotte, NC. This symposium is jointly sponsored by Duke University School of Medicine and NC COPD Taskforce. For more information and to register, click here.

You are in luck if you couldn’t make it to the IMQ-PACE Stepping Up to Leadership conference in San Diego this spring. Selected courses from Stepping Up to Leadership are now available online at IMQ Online Education!  All content is available for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM—take this opportunity to earn CME credit at a time and place that’s convenient for you.

Stepping Up to Leadership courses cover a variety of important skills for successfully running a medical staff, particularly issues of communication, problem-solving and improving outcomes for patients and staff.  Choose from Nancy Dickey, MD’s keynote presentation, Successful Leadership: What It Really Takes, Donald David, MD on The Role of the Physician In Patient Safety, Carol Havens, MD on Using CME as an Organizational Improvement Tool, and a 2014 Legal Update by Greg Abrams, Esq. covering hot medico-legal topics. To browse the full IMQ Online Education catalog, visit http://imq.inreachce.com/.

The National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Drug Abuse is offering two free, interactive, online CME activities about responsible opioid prescribing practices, and best practices for assessing, preventing, and addressing prescription opioid abuse. In these CMEs, NIDA encourages clinicians to use its NIDAMED resources which are specially designed for use in clinical practice to assess patients’ drug use and possible referral to drug treatment. Click here to learn more about the CMEs.

 
 

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