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800-ACP-1915 (800-227-1915) or 215-351-2600. Opioid Therapy. Internal Medicine Meeting Recordings. Released June 19, 2023. ... Released December 15, 2021. 1 CME/MOC Available. Optimizing Pain Management in an Era of Opioid De-escalation.
Opioid use disorder (OUD) is a treatable chronic disorder with episodes of remission and recurrence characterized by loss of control of opioid use, compulsive use, and continued use despite harms. If untreated, OUD is associated with significant
This interactive video presentation provides a clinical case-based overview of the CDC guideline on prescribing opioids for chronic pain.
This interactive training series consists of 7 core modules and 2 sets of case studies. ACP Pain Management 7: Opioid Use Disorder provides background information necessary to support clinicians in their care for persons with opioid use disorder
This interactive training series consists of 7 core modules and 2 sets of case studies. Pain Management 6: Opioid Therapy reviews considerations for prescribing opioids for pain, managing and adjusting opioid therapy, mitigating risk of
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In this episode of Annals On Call, Dr. Centor discusses the care of patients with opioid use disorder with Dr. Jessica Taylor. First, listen to the podcast. After listening, ACP members can take the CME/MOC quiz for free.
Cindy A. McGeary, PhD, ABPP and Donald McGeary, PhD, ABPP discuss the full spectrum of chronic pain from its epidemiology through assessment and treatment. This presentation was recorded for IMM 2020 and was included as part of the CME30 Package.
Optimizing Pain Management in an Era of Opioid De-escalation. Released October 27, 2021.
In this episode of Annals On Call, Dr. Centor discusses current recommendations regarding the use of opioids for the treatment of chronic pain with Dr. Leah Leisch. First, listen to the podcast. After listening, ACP members can take the CME/MOC quiz