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  • Taking the Test: Insights for Preparing to Take the Initial ABIM Exam

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    A practical, expedient way to gain insights into question construction, study strategies, and approaches to determining the best answer to ABIM and AOBIM exam questions. Created by Valentina Lassalle, DO and Don Nelinson, PhD, Dr. Lassalle will guide your preparation to optimize confidence and success. This FREE resource is provided to all ACOI members (residents, fellows, attending).

    A practical, expedient way to gain insights into question construction, study strategies, and approaches to determining the best answer to ABIM and AOBIM exam questions. Created by Valentina Lassalle, DO and Don Nelinson, PhD, Dr. Lassalle will guide your preparation to optimize confidence and success. This FREE resource is provided to all ACOI members (residents, fellows, attending).

    Valentina Lassalle, DO

    Resident Representative for ACOI

    Resident Representative for ACOI
    Cardiology Fellow at University of Florida

  • FL Rules & Regulations/Ethics

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 1.0 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Describe the laws relevant to osteopathic physician licensing in Florida. Recognize key issues related to medical ethics and reporting

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Identify the applicable laws and rules for osteopathic physicians in Florida;

    • Recognize the rights afforded to licensed osteopathic physicians;

    • Recognize medical ethics cases, and what to do when you are aware of ethical violations.

    Jason D. Winn, Esq

    Lawyer

    Lawyer
    Tallahassee, FL

  • 2020 ACOI Annual Convention and Scientific Sessions

    Contains 61 Product(s)

    This course is certified for 52 AOA Category 1A CME credits. Recordings from the 2020 ACOI Annual Convention and Scientific Sessions, held October 21 - October 24, 2020.

    This course contains recordings from the 2020 ACOI Annual Convention and Scientific Sessions, held October 21 - October 24, 2020. The complete course offers 52 AOA Category 1A CME credits. 

    After actively participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    Address the challenges of end stage dementia in the geriatric population;

    Assess the role of home dialysis therapy in the treatment of End Stage Renal Disease;

    Engage in discussions and review resources for difficult conversations and end of life discussions;

    Summarize insights and recommendations for the treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease and non-alcoholic liver disease;

    Describe the link between inflammatory diseases and cardiovascular risk;

    Discuss the role of Positron Emission Tomography in the diagnosis and staging of tumors;   

    Describe the approach to the care of the Cancer survivor and the role of genetics in the field  of oncology;

    Utilize state of the art approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis;

    Describe the latest evidence to support clinical decision making in lipid management to reduce arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease;

    Develop essential skills in interprofessional education and integration of social media required for Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Medical Education;  

    Define how Osteopathic Manipulative Techniques (OMT) can be used as a modality for treatment for common inpatient and outpatient conditions; 

    Fulfill state licensure CME  requirements in topics including prevention of medical errors, human trafficking, domestic violence and ethics; 

    Advance mastery of the latest Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS); 

    Define issues facing our internal medicine residents and students including board certification, job seeking, debt management; 

    Discuss the pros and cons related to Physician Assisted Suicide;  

    Apply population health strategies to medical practice for better patient care outcomes; 

    Employ Principle Centered Medicine skills and patient centered high value care to achieve the best health outcomes for patients while balancing life, work and health;  

    Describe the effects of COVID 19 infection on adult patients from epidemiology to recovery.

  • COVID-19 and the Kidneys

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 0.75 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Identify the at risk groups for COVID-19 infection, mortality, and morbidity and the common clinical manifestation and clinical course for patients with COVID-19 infection; Describe the role of the systemic anti-inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) in generating the “cytokine storm” and its role in acute kidney injury.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Identify the at risk groups for COVID-19 infection, mortality, and morbidity and the common clinical manifestation and clinical course for patients with COVID-19 infection;

    • Describe the role of the ACE 2 receptor in infection;

    • Describe the role of the systemic anti-inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) in generating the “cytokine storm” and its role in acute kidney injury.

    Mark D. Baldwin, DO, FACOI

    Professor of Medicine

    Professor and Chair, Department of Internal Medicine
    Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences
    Yakima, Washington

  • Finding and Staging a Tumor Using Positron Emission Tomography

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 1.0 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Update the latest data supporting the use of radiopharmaceutical enhanced PET/CT scans for tumor detection and staging.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Describe fundamentals of Positron Emission Tomography (PET);

    • Identify the indications for F-18 Fludeoxyglucose PET/CT;

    • Identify the indications for F-18 Fluciclovine and Ga-68 dotatate.

    Mark Tulchinsky, MD

    Professor of Radiology and Medicine

    CCD President-Elect (2020), the American College of Nuclear Medicine, Professor of Radiology and Medicine Associate Director, Nuclear Medicine Penn State Health, MiltonS. Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA

  • Rational Polypharmacy in Pain Management

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 1.0 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Articulate an approach to rational polypharmacy for pain mangement will mitigating opioid induced hyperalgesia and central sensitization.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Recognize the concepts of opioid induced hyperalgesia and central sensitization;

    • Describe the use of a multidimensional pain assessment process and how this information informs the selection of drug therapy;

    • Describe the mechanism of action of analgesics and the principles that support the practice of selecting rational polypharmacy analgesic regimens.

    Shorin Nemeth, DO, FACOI

    Medical Director

    Medical Director Comprehensive Pain Service, Providence Health and Services Portland, OR. 
    Pacific Northwest College of Osteopathic Medicine Clinical Associate Faculty

  • Keynote - H1N1 and SARS-CoV-2: Pandemics in the New Millennium

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 0.75 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Compare the H1N1 pandemic with COVID-19 and the public health responses. Define key terms associated with population health response to pandemics.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Compare the H1N1 influenza pandemic and the COVID-19 pandemic;

    • Define the terms containment, mitigation, endemic, epidemic and pandemic;

    • Discuss current trends in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with COVID-19.

    Humayun "Hank" Chaudhry, DO, MS, MACP, MACOI

    President and CEO, Federation of State Medical Boards

    President and CEO, Federation of State Medical Boards
    Euless, Texas

    Member, Health Policy and Management Executive Council
    Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
    Boston, Massachusetts

  • Food Insecurity as a Social Determinant of Health

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 0.75 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Define a community-based approach to address food insecurity and its public health sequelae.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Identify how a health care system can impact social determines of health;

    • Describe how to directly measure the impact of the initiative in the community;

    • Describe how to partner with community organizations to address the need of the community.

    John Matsinger, DO, MBA, FACOI

    President, Virtua Medical Group

    Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer Virtua Health
    President, Virtua Medical Group
    Teaching Faculty Virtua Health Family Medicine Program

  • Cancer Survivorship

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 0.75 AOA 1-A Credit. Recorded October 24, 2020. Identify the importance of and design a follow-up cancer survivorship program.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Identify the need for long-term follow-up in patients with a history of cancer;

    • Outline a plan for follow-up care of cancer survivors;

    • Recognize barriers to implementation of a cancer survivorship program.

    Kevin P. Hubbard, DO, MACOI

    Professor of Internal Medicine

    Supportive and Palliative Medicine Service
    Saint Luke's Health System
    Kansas City, MO

  • OMM Session

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/24/2020

    This activity is certified for 1.50 AOA 1-A Credits. Recorded October 24, 2020. Review the osteopathic tenets and determine how OPP/OMM/OMT can be integrated into hospital-based or ambulatory clinical practice.

    After participating in this educational activity, learners will be able to:

    • Describe the application of OPP and OMM in your patient population;

    • Define the Osteopathic Tenets;

    • Describe the importance of TART: Tissue texture changes, Asymmetry, Restricted motion, Tenderness and describe common treatments for headache, pneumonia and heart failure.

    Jodie L. Hermann, DO

    Chair, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Department

    Chair, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Dept
    Assistant Professor
    University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Biddeford, ME