Comprehensive Review of Pain Medicine 2020 (Videos+PDFs)

Comprehensive Review of Pain Medicine 2020

A broad and multidisciplinary approach to the physical, psychological, social, legal, and spiritual dimensions encountered in effective pain management.

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  • Points to Download: 1400 Points
  • Format: 49 Video Files (.mp4 format) + 2 PDF files.
  • File Size: 25.5 GB.
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Description:

Explore Key Topics

The 45+ lectures in this online CME program promote effective pain management as a clinical imperative. An evidence-based look at pharmacological, procedural, and nonpharmacological treatment recommendations with an emphasis on the issues and dilemmas of opioid therapy, Comprehensive Review of Pain Medicine will help you to better understand:

  • New analgesic targets and emerging therapies
  • Interventional therapy and clinical care updates
  • Cancer pain and palliative care, including religious perspectives
  • Pain management, healthcare systems, public policy and the law
  • Solutions to gaps in policy, treatment, attitudes, and education
  • and more…

Discover New Guidelines

This learn-at-your-own-pace course in pain medicine provides a maximum of 41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Available online or via USB, it provides access to unbiased, evidence-based content and case-based reviews so that you may confidently incorporate the latest thinking and guidelines into your daily practice.

Accreditation

Oakstone Publishing is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation

Oakstone Publishing designates this enduring material for a maximum of 41 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Date of Original Release: September 15, 2020
Date Credits Expire: September 15, 2023

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this CME activity, you will be better able to:

  • Describe the benefits of and the advances in spinal cord stimulation
  • Name emerging treatment modalities for chronic back pain
  • Explain the challenges in prescribing opioids for chronic pain
  • Summarize the pain management issues with patient with substance use disorders
  • Discuss current and evidence-based postoperative pain management
  • Identify effective nonpharmacological pain management modalities
  • Discuss the complexities of cancer pain management
  • Compare religious perspectives on pain and the end of life care
  • Explain the germane issues of pain and palliative care
  • Summarize legal problems related to prescribing opioids

Intended Audience

This educational activity was designed for Anesthesiologists, Neurologists, Psychiatrists, Emergency Physicians, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Doctors, Oncologists, Internists, and Family Physicians.

Topics/Speaker:

New Analgesic Targets and Emerging Therapies

  • Sodium Channels in Painful and Painless Diseases and in Local Anethesia: Beyond NAV 1.0 – Charles Berde, MD
  • Research in Pain Medicine: Moving Beyond the μ Receptor to Treat Postoperative and Chronic Pain – Srdjan Nedeljkovic, MD
  • Replacing Procedural Sedation: The Potential of Various Distraction Modalities – Jason Ross, MD
  • The Vagal Nerve and the Inflammatory Reflex: A New Target for Modulating the Immune Response – Srdjan Nedeljkovic, MD
  • Pharmacogenomics and Pain Medicine: A Clinical Tool – Roseann Gammal, PharmD

Interventional Therapies Updates

  • Emerging Treatments for Back Pain – Victor C. Wang, MD
  • Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation – R. Jason Yong, MD
  • Beyond the Neuron: Stimulating the Glial Cell for Pain – Ricardo Vallejo, MD
  • Visceral Pain and Spinal Cord Stimulation: The Evidence? – Leonardo Kapural, MD, PhD
  • The Anatomical and Physiological Basis of Intraspinal Stimulation – Giancarlo Barolat, MD
  • Improving Safety of Spinal Cord Stimulation: Neuromonitoring – Julie G. Pilitsis, MD, PhD
  • New Technology for Spinal Cord Stimulation: Are the Claimed Advances Real? – Nagy Mekhail, MD
  • Innovative Treatments for Spinal Stenosis – R. Jason Yong, MD
  • Intrathecal Therapy and CSF Dynamics – Andreas A. Linninger, PhD
  • Spinal Cord Stimulation for Cancer Pain: Is This a Good Idea? – Edgar L. Ross, MD
  • Intrathecal Therapy for Cancer: The Case for Early Intervention – Sanjeet Narang, MD

Clinical Care Updates

  • The Future of Opioids: Making a Risk-Benefit Decision – Christopher Gilligan, MD, MBA
  • Meeting the Challenge of Postoperative Pain in the Opioid-Tolerant Patient – Justin Merkow, MD
  • Postoperative Respiratory Depression: Opioids and Monitoring – Richard Urman, MD
  • How to Reduce the Chance of Long-Term Opioid Use After Surgery – Darin Correll, MD
  • Military Pain Medicine – David Reece, DO, FAAPM&R, FAANEM
  • A Fresh Look at Atypical Opioids as Frontline Analgesics: Science, NOT Misconceptions – Lynn Webster, MD
  • Atypical Opioids: Clinical Pearls – Richard Rauck, MD
  • Managing Pain in Patients with Opioid Use Disorder – Mohammed Issa, MD
  • Advances in Neuraxial Analgesic Therapeutic Platforms: Viral Transfections and Tangled Toxins – Tony Yaksh, MD
  • Acute Pain Management for House Staff – Jason Ross, MD
  • Regenerative Medicine’s Role in Pain Management: Principles and Practice – George M. Hanna, MD
  • Mind, Body, and Mu Agonists – Robert Edwards, PhD
  • Integrating Behavioral Pain Medicine in Patient Care: Science Supporting Innovation – Robert N. Jamison, PhD
  • Management of Chronic Pain: A Primer for Mid-Level Practitioners – Michael Ferrick, RN, NP
  • Gender Differences in Pain Sensitivity: Clinical Implications – Samantha Meints, MD
  • Scalable and Brief Behavioral Pain Medicine Interventions – Beth Darnall, MD
  • Epidemiology, Mechanisms & Treatment of Postamputation Pain – Steven Cohen, MD
  • Peripheral Nerve Entrapment Syndromes – Victor C. Wang, MD

Pain and Public Policy

  • Opioid Moderatism and Rapprochement: The Search for a Sane Middle Ground – Michael E. Schatman, PhD
  • Patient-Centered Opioid Reduction: Avoiding Iatrogenic Harms and Ensuring Patient Protections – Beth Darnall, MD
  • Lifestyle as a Risk Factor for Chronic Pain – Edgar L. Ross, MD

Cancer Pain and Palliative Care

  • Preparing Yourself for the Difficult Conversation: Pain and Palliative Care at the End of Life – Gary Strichartz, PhD, and John Kearns
  • Christianity’s Beliefs and Practices on Pain, Suffering and End of Life Care – Gary Strichartz, PhD, and Mark Heim, PhD
  • Judaism’s Perspectives on Pain and End of Life Care – Joel Baron
  • Hinduism’s Perspectives on Pain and End of Life Care – Sanjeet Narang, MD
  • Islam’s Perspectives on Pain and End of Life Care – Shaikha AlRoumi, MD
  • Buddhism’s Perspectives on Pain and End of Life Care – Rob Wall, MD
  • Updates on Pain and Palliative Care Research – Zhimeng Jia, MD, CCFP (PC), and Yvan Beaussant, MD, MSc

Pain Medicine and the Law 2020

  • The DEA is Investigating Your Prescribing: Now What? – Mark Smith
  • Inside the DEA: Attitudes, Methods, and Mandates Regarding Opioid Prescribing – Richard Blake, MD
  • Minimizing the Risk of a Malpractice Case: A Plaintiff’s Lawyer’s Perspective – Clyde Bergstresser

Healthcare Systems and Pain Management

  • A Primer for Pain Practices in Adapting to the Upcoming Changes in Healthcare – Zwade Marshall, MD
  • Assessing Patient Outcomes for Optimized Care and Real-World Research – Sean Mackey, MD, PhD

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