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    CE event iconThe Division of Continuing Health Professional Education at the University of Mississippi Medical Center is pleased to offer online continuing education for all healthcare providers.

     

     

    Controlled Substances Prescribing Series

    Target audience: physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
    Fee: $35.00 per session
    Credit: 1 hour each - AMA

    • Session One: Prescription Diversion
      Anthony Cloy, M.D., Assoc. Prof., Family Medicine
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    • Session Two: Acute and Chronic Pain: Pharmacology and Therapeutics
      Buddy Ogletree, PharmD, Clinical Asst. Prof., School of Pharmacy
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    • Session Three: Mississippi Pharmacy Regulations Update
      Buddy Ogletree, PharmD, Clinical Asst. Prof., School of Pharmacy
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    • Session Four: Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists: An Update for Providers - Part I
      Ann Kemp, RPh, MD, Assoc. Prof., Family Medicine, Assoc. Residency Director Family Medicine Department, Clinical Assoc. Prof. of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy
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    • Session Five: Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists: An Update for Providers - Part II
      Robert Galli, MD, Prof., School of Medicine
      Ann Kemp, RPh, MD, Assoc. Prof., Family Medicine, Assoc. Residency Director Family Medicine Department, Clinical Assoc. Prof. of Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy
      Justin Sherman, PharmD, MCS, Assoc. Prof. School of Pharmacy
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    Professionalism Matters for All Healthcare Providers - An Educational Module

    Target audience: all health care providers
    Fee: $35.00
    Credit: 2 hours - AMA, MNF, SWK, ADA, ACPE, CHPE
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    Dermatology Symposium: Diagnostic & Treatment Pearls for Primary Care (11 Sessions)

    Target audience: physicians, nurse practitioners and other interested health professionals.
    Fee: $45.00
    Credit: 5 hours - AMA, CHPE
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    Dental Modifications for the Mobility Impaired

    Target audience: dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and other interested health professionals.
    Fee: $20.00
    Credit: 1 hour - ADA, CERP, CHPE
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    ENDOTEXT Series: Staying Current in Endocrinology

    Target audience: physicians, nurse practitioners, and other interested health professionals.
    Fee: FREE
    Credit: 2 hours each - AMA, CHPE (unless noted otherwise)

    • Autoimmunity to the Thyroid Gland
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    • Benign Breast Disease in Women
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    • Osteoporosis: Clinical Evaluation
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    • Pit 12 Hypopituitarism
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    • Growth and Growth Disorders
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    • Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
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    • Gigantism
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    • Ovarian Reserve Testing
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    • Diagnosis and Treatment of Graves' Disease
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    • Normal and Abnormal Puberty
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    • Pituitary Adenomas in Childhood
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    • Evaluation of Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency:  Current and Future Perspectives
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    • Cushing's Disease
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    • The Management of Type I Diabetes
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    • Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
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    • The Treatment of Type II Diabetes
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    • Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors in Management of Aggressive Differentiated Thyroid Cancer
      Target audience:  physicians and other interested healthcare professionals.
      Fee: FREE
      Credit:  4 hours - AMA, CHPE
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    • The Neurohypophysis: Endocrinology of Vasopressin & Oxytocin AND Endocrine Testing for the Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion (SIADH)
      Target audience: physicians, nurse practitioners, and other interested health professionals.
      Fee: FREE
      Credit: 2 hours each - AMA, CHPE
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    Transdermal Testosterone Replacement Therapy in Men

    Target audience: physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, and other interested health professionals.
    Fee: FREE
    Credit: 1 hour - AMA, ACPE, CHPE
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    ICD-10 Coding and Billing

    Target audience: all interested health professionals.
    Fee: FREE
    Credit: none
    Click the links below for more information.

           CPT Coding Updates
           Understanding Those Magic Words
           Telehealth Services - Rural Health Fact Sheets
           Physician Billing Introduction
           Overview of Reimbursement Issues for 2015
           ICD-10 Documentation's Magic Words
           ICD-10_ED_documentation
           ICD-10 Intro to VBP and HACs
           ICD-10 Documentation Tips for Emergency Medicine and Trauma
           ICD-10 Documentation Excellence Patient Safety Indicators
           A New Reality for the Industry

    American Hospital Association and ACCME - EBOLA EDUCATION INFORMATION

    Target Audience: all interested health professionals
    Fee:  FREE
    Credit: none
    Click the links below for more information.
           Ebola Facts 
           Ebola FAQ