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UC Davis Pain Management Series for Physical Therapists
We are currently having technical difficulty with our media server. If you are registered for this course, please contact Gwenn Welsch at gvwelsch@ucdavis.edu for the temporary video links. A copy of the syllabus is available in course content tab you can open or download. A worksheet copy of the test questions is also in the course content to use while completing your course.


We are currently having technical difficulty with our media server.

If you are registered for this course, please contact Gwenn Welsch at gvwelsch@ucdavis.edu for the temporary video links. A copy of the syllabus is available in course content tab you can open or download. A worksheet copy of the test questions is also in the course content to use while completing your course.


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FEE:  
$200


Discount fees

UC Davis staff

Activity may be taken at no charge to current UC Davis Physical Therapists, Physical Therapists Assistants, Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants.

O
ther UC campuses
Therapists from other UC Campuses may take this activity at a discounted rate of $100. Email cmereg@ucdavis.edu or call (916) 734-5773 to request discount code.


Release Date:    July 17, 2015
Must claim credit by: September 30, 2017

TARGET AUDIENCE:
This online activity is designed for interdisciplinary team members including: physical therapists, occupational therapists and assistants. This series in pain management and end-of-life was created without any pharmaceutical support. It features UC Davis pain specialists who are faculty physicians in the field of pain and palliative medicine.

ACCREDITATION:
This is a UC Davis Medical Center Approved Course for Continuing Education Credit. UC Davis Medical Center is designated by the Physical Therapy Board of California as a Continuing Competency Approval Agency.

Physical Therapists:
Contact hours 12.0, CEUs 1.2
 
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
•    Have an awareness of other treatment modalities besides medication
•    Recognize the problem of prescription drug abuse
•    Review excessive use of opioids and chronic pain
•    Discuss the expectations of responsible prescribing from regulators, including medical boards and
      shift your practice to one firmly based on risk and benefits as well as an emphasis on risk management
•    Describe the neurophysiology of pain transmission
•    Evaluate the patient in pain
•    Differentiate between different procedural interventions and understand when each is indicated
•    Discuss the imaging anatomy and terms frequently used in radiology reports
•    Describe the strengths and weaknesses of each imaging modality for evaluating degenerative diseases
      of the spine
•    Describe pharmacological techniques of pain treatment
•    Identify and treat addictive behaviors
•    Clarify the legal issues surrounding pain management
•    Utilize options to assess and treat the child in pain
•    Determine how to treat pain and suffering in the patient with terminal illness


PROGRAM AGENDA
Module 1:         Responsible Opioid Prescribing & Prescription Drug Abuse Part 1
Module 2:         Responsible Opioid Prescribing Part 2 (Guidelines and Best Practices)  
Module 3:         Opioid Agreement and Consent and Urine Drug Testing
Module 4:         Strategies for Managing the Patient with Pain and Addiction
Module 5:         Spinal Imaging for the Patient in Pain
Module 6:         Interventional Therapies for Spine Pain
Module 7:         Spine Surgery Who Needs It: Surgery for Spinal Degenerative Disease
Module 8:         Understanding and Treating Neuropathic Pain
Module 9:         Fibromyalgia and Myofascial Pain
Module 10:       Cancer Pain Management and Supportive Care
Module 11:       Approaches to Pediatric Pain Management
Module 12:       "AMPS" - A Quick, Effective Approach to the Psychiatric Assessment in the Pain Clinic
Module 13:       End of Life: Pain Management and Supportive Care

METHOD OF PARTICIPATION:
This is an online CME activity, continuing medical education credit will be awarded to learners who successfully complete and pass this activity. Participation should take approximately 12 hours.

Once you register and pay for the course, the program will be added to your “My CME/CE Account” and show in your “Curriculum”. Go to your “Curriculum” to access the course on-demand and to track your progress in completing this activity.

To complete this activity and receive credit, the participant should:
1.    Review the educational objectives
2.    Print test worksheet to track your answers as you watch the pain videos
3.    View all 13 videos -
          Confirm you have viewed the material by clicking the button at the very bottom of the content page
4.    Complete the online post-test
5.    Complete the speaker evaluation for each video

Participants must receive a score of 80% or better on the post-test to receive credit. Your statement of credit will be issued immediately upon successful completion of the test and submission of the evaluation form.

Module

FACULTY     University of California, Davis



1 & 2

Scott M. Fishman, M.D.
Charles and Patricia Fullerton Endowed Chair in Pain Medicine
Professor and Chief: Division of Pain Medicine
Executive Vice Chair, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

3 & 6

Gagan Mahajan, M.D.
Professor
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

4

Paul G. Kreis, M.D.
Associate Chief: Division of Pain Medicine
Department of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine
Professor of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine

5

Anna E Nidecker, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology

7

Eric Klineberg, M.D.
Associate Professor
Spine Fellowship Program Director
Adult & Pediatric Spinal Surgery
Department of Orthopaedics

8

Naileshni Singh, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Pain Management Fellowship Director
Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine Department

9

Samir J Sheth, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Director of Neuromodulation
Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine

10 & 13

David Copenhaver, M.D., MPH
Director of Cancer Pain Management and Supportive Care
Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

11

Kenneth T. Furukawa, M.D.
Health Sciences Clinical Professor
Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

12

Robert M. McCarron, D.O.
Associate Professor
Director, Integrated Medicine and Psychiatry Education
Director, Pain Psychiatry
Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Internal Medicine


DISCLOSURE INFORMATION:
This series was created without any pharmaceutical support. As a sponsor accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the UC Davis Health System, Office of Continuing Medical Education must ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all individually or jointly sponsored educational activities.

Disclosure of relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:

Authors of published books discussed in this activity
Scott M. Fishman, M.D.    
Robert M. McCarron, D.O.   

No relevant financial relationships with commercial interests:
Gagan Mahajan, M.D.
Paul G. Kreis, M.D.
Anna E Nidecker, M.D.
Eric Klineberg, M.D.
Naileshni Singh, M.D.
Samir J Sheth, M.D.
Kenneth T. Furukawa, M.D.

If you have questions:
Contact the Pain Education Specialist at UC Davis Health System, Office of Continuing Medical Education
Phone:  (916) 734-5773 or (916) 734-5352
email: cmereg@ucdavis.edu

Type:     Internet Activity (Enduring Material)
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