Through this Opioid REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies) Education Initiative, healthcare professionals can earn free REMS-compliant CME/CE credits while gaining a deep understanding of safe opioid practices and current guidelines on pain management and opioid prescription. This initiative equips practitioners with the necessary knowledge and skills on pain management to provide the highest level of care to their patients, ensuring responsible opioid use in healthcare practices.
This comprehensive Opioid REMS Education Initiative is designed to incorporate each of the key areas listed in the “FDA Education Blueprint for Health Care Providers Involved in the Management or Support of Patients with Pain.”
This Opioid REMS Education Initiative provides expert guidance via live, interactive webinars covering the latest topics in the effective assessment, management, and monitoring of patients with pain.
Expert guidanceRenowned clinical experts provide their perspectives on recent changes that are improving patient care.
Live learner interactivityLearners are invited to vote on potential management approaches or test their knowledge in case scenarios.
Expert-directed learning reinforcementFollowing each vote, the expert faculty discuss the relative advantages and disadvantages of each answer option.
Question & answer sessionLearners can directly query the faculty for further clarification of the education and to obtain expert perspective on their own treatment challenges.
Receive all of the benefits of this Opioid REMS Education Initiative on your own time with on-demand learning modules
Course credit includes AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, ANCC, AAPA, APA, ASWB ACE, COPE and ADA CERP credit. This course may also meet many state-controlled substance CE requirements.
Applying Best Practices in Pain Management: Delivering Holistic Patient-Centered Care to Minimize Health Disparities and Adverse Opioid Outcomes workshops will be offered:
Engaging downloadable PDF resources for healthcare professionals, patients, and caregivers to keep on hand and learn about pharmacologic options for pain management, safe opioid practices and communication strategies, and naloxone for opioid overdose.
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