Physician: Pennsylvania 16 Hour Physician Assistant Package
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Satisfy mandatory CME requirements in Child Abuse and Opioid Education, while earning an additional 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™  towards your general required hours or NCCPA certification.

Included Courses

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

  • Best Practices for Treating Pain with Opioid Analgesics 2
    Course release date: 10/1/2021

    About the Course:
    To provide 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 
  • Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting in PA 2
    This course is for License Renewal Only!

    Target Audience
    This course is designed for Pennsylvania health care professionals and other mandatory reporters licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of State who are required to participate in approved child abuse recognition and reporting training as a condition of licensure. 

    Course release date: 3/1/2020

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to educate health care providers about child abuse prevention, recognition, and reporting in accordance with state statutory requirements. 

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Existing and Emerging Patient Safety Practices 12
    Course release date: 1/1/2022

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians and health care providers involved in the treatment and monitoring of patients.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to summarize a range of issues related to patient safety practices (PSPs) that are relevant to practicing clinicians and seeks to support a culture of safety across the healthcare continuum. Topics include issues such as addressing the opioid crisis and emerging health risks (e.g., multidrug-resistant organisms) and overall directives to “put patients first” and to reduce provider burden and burnout.

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

Pennsylvania 16 Hour Physician Assistant Package

95.00
Satisfy mandatory CME requirements in Child Abuse and Opioid Education, while earning an additional 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™  towards your general required hours or NCCPA certification.

Included Courses

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

  • Best Practices for Treating Pain with Opioid Analgesics 2
    Course release date: 10/1/2021

    About the Course:
    To provide 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 
  • Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting in PA 2
    This course is for License Renewal Only!

    Target Audience
    This course is designed for Pennsylvania health care professionals and other mandatory reporters licensed through the Pennsylvania Department of State who are required to participate in approved child abuse recognition and reporting training as a condition of licensure. 

    Course release date: 3/1/2020

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to educate health care providers about child abuse prevention, recognition, and reporting in accordance with state statutory requirements. 

    Maintenance of Certification (MOC) information can be viewed here: MOC Recognition Page
  • Existing and Emerging Patient Safety Practices 12
    Course release date: 1/1/2022

    Target Audience:
    This course is designed for all physicians and health care providers involved in the treatment and monitoring of patients.

    About the Course:
    The purpose of this course is to summarize a range of issues related to patient safety practices (PSPs) that are relevant to practicing clinicians and seeks to support a culture of safety across the healthcare continuum. Topics include issues such as addressing the opioid crisis and emerging health risks (e.g., multidrug-resistant organisms) and overall directives to “put patients first” and to reduce provider burden and burnout.

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