Physician: Florida 8 Hour Initial Licensure Physician Package
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Satisfy mandatory CME requirements on Controlled Substances, Human Trafficking, Medical Errors, Domestic Violence, and HIV/AIDS for initial licensees with this all-in-one package.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • A Clinician’s Guide to Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking 1
    Course release date: 2/1/2017

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians, physician assistants and other health care professionals.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this activity is to provide clinicians with the strategies for identifying, assessing and responding to patients who may be current or past victims of human trafficking. This details venues for human trafficking, techniques for identifying and assisting victims with referrals to multi-disciplinary professionals.
  • Best Practices for Treating Pain with Opioid Analgesics 2
    Course release date: 10/1/202021

    Target Audience:
    All health care professionals who participate in the management of patients with pain.

    About the Course:
    This course provides the fundamentals of acute and chronic pain management and a contextual framework for the safer prescribing of opioid analgesics that includes consideration of a full complement of non-opioid treatment options.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Florida - Intimate Partner Violence: Effective Assessment, Compassionate Care 2
    Course release date: 3/1/2020

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other health care professionals who see patients abused in a current relationship, distressed by abuse in a prior relationship, or who suffer adult health effects that stem from witnessing IPV.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this activity is to provide clinicians with strategies for screening, assessing, and responding to patients who may be victims or perpetrators of intimate partner violence. The activity also details the scope and prevalence of IPV, techniques for addressing potential barriers to care, and instruction on providing appropriate information and resources to patients when IPV is suspected.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • HIV/AIDS Update for Clinicians 1
    Course release date: 10/1/2021

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians (MD/DOs), physician 
    assistants, and nurse practitioners. 

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to update physicians on the current status  and epidemiology of the HIV pandemic in the United States and provide information on the most recent guidelines regarding screening, testing, and managing persons living with HIV and the barriers that prevent optimal care in the primary care setting.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Medical Errors and Physician Burnout 2
    Course release date: 7/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 6/30/2023

    Target Audience
    This course is designed for all physicians (MD/DO) and all other health care professionals.

    Course Objective
    The purpose of this course is to educate physicians about the prevalence and nature of medical errors with a specific focus on the role that clinician burnout may play in the occurrence of such errors. The course will cover factors that increase risk for burnout, and factors that can mitigate or reduce that risk. The course reviews the multi-factorial nature of burnout, examining contributory causes at the level of individual physicians and at higher systems levels, such as the ways that technology can either exacerbate, or reduce, the experience of burnout and, thus, potentially impact rates of medical errors.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page

Florida 8 Hour Initial Licensure Physician Package

50.00
Satisfy mandatory CME requirements on Controlled Substances, Human Trafficking, Medical Errors, Domestic Violence, and HIV/AIDS for initial licensees with this all-in-one package.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • A Clinician’s Guide to Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking 1
    Course release date: 2/1/2017

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians, physician assistants and other health care professionals.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this activity is to provide clinicians with the strategies for identifying, assessing and responding to patients who may be current or past victims of human trafficking. This details venues for human trafficking, techniques for identifying and assisting victims with referrals to multi-disciplinary professionals.
  • Best Practices for Treating Pain with Opioid Analgesics 2
    Course release date: 10/1/202021

    Target Audience:
    All health care professionals who participate in the management of patients with pain.

    About the Course:
    This course provides the fundamentals of acute and chronic pain management and a contextual framework for the safer prescribing of opioid analgesics that includes consideration of a full complement of non-opioid treatment options.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Florida - Intimate Partner Violence: Effective Assessment, Compassionate Care 2
    Course release date: 3/1/2020

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other health care professionals who see patients abused in a current relationship, distressed by abuse in a prior relationship, or who suffer adult health effects that stem from witnessing IPV.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this activity is to provide clinicians with strategies for screening, assessing, and responding to patients who may be victims or perpetrators of intimate partner violence. The activity also details the scope and prevalence of IPV, techniques for addressing potential barriers to care, and instruction on providing appropriate information and resources to patients when IPV is suspected.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • HIV/AIDS Update for Clinicians 1
    Course release date: 10/1/2021

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians (MD/DOs), physician 
    assistants, and nurse practitioners. 

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to update physicians on the current status  and epidemiology of the HIV pandemic in the United States and provide information on the most recent guidelines regarding screening, testing, and managing persons living with HIV and the barriers that prevent optimal care in the primary care setting.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Medical Errors and Physician Burnout 2
    Course release date: 7/1/2020
    Course expiration date: 6/30/2023

    Target Audience
    This course is designed for all physicians (MD/DO) and all other health care professionals.

    Course Objective
    The purpose of this course is to educate physicians about the prevalence and nature of medical errors with a specific focus on the role that clinician burnout may play in the occurrence of such errors. The course will cover factors that increase risk for burnout, and factors that can mitigate or reduce that risk. The course reviews the multi-factorial nature of burnout, examining contributory causes at the level of individual physicians and at higher systems levels, such as the ways that technology can either exacerbate, or reduce, the experience of burnout and, thus, potentially impact rates of medical errors.

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page