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Attend Internal Medicine 2014—Fulfill State CME Requirements

Attending Internal Medicine 2014 is an excellent way to fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements. Earn up to 31 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from your participation in scientific sessions and activities in the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center. Internal Medicine 2014 meets broad-based state CME requirements as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states.


Appropriate Prescribing/Prescribing Controlled Substances
(Oklahoma, Tennessee, West Virginia)

  • Addiction Medicine: Opiate Dependence and New Designer Drugs
  • Inpatient Pain Management
  • Pain Management of Noncancer Pain
  • Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care "Toolbox" for Employing Rational Analgesia,
  • Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication
  • Top 10 Dangerous Medications and Prevention of Medication Errors

Cultural Competence
(Connecticut, New Jersey)

  • Special Issues in Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients

Electronic Health Records
(Massachusetts)

  • Advanced Coding: Do It Right
  • Best Practices for Optimizing Your EHR: Lessons from the Field
  • C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe and Effective Patient Care
  • Diagnosing EHR Pain: Can I Fix It?
  • Treating EHR Pain: Time to Replace It?

End-of-Life and Palliative Health Care
(California, Iowa, Oregon, Rhode Island)

  • Palliative and Hospice Care
  • Palliative Care for the Internist

Ethics/Professional Responsibility
(Nevada, Rhode Island, Texas)

  • C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe and Effective Patient Care
  • Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion
  • Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients: Considering Where, When, and How
  • Ethics Year in Review
  • Implementing eMessaging, Non-Visit Based Care, and Social Media to Engage Patients and Improve  Care
  • Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • Social Media and Online Professionalism: What Physicians Need to Know
  • The Impaired Physician: Am I My Brother's (or Sister's) Keeper?: Ethical Challenges Role Play
  • Shining the Light on the Sunshine Act: Everything You Need to Know


Geriatric Medicine
(California)

  • Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both?
  • Clinical Triad: Aging Issues: Three Things We Don't Like to Talk About
  • Geriatrics for the Hospitalist
  • Learn How to Rapidly Assess Function, Cognition, and Depression in the Older Adult
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Who to Screen, How to Treat?
  • Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting and Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy
  • Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly: Falls, Cognition, and Driving Safety
  • Promoting Successful Aging with Exercise for Older Adults
  • Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults
  • Update in Geriatric Medicine
  • Urinary Incontinence in Women

HIV/AIDS
(Florida, Kentucky)

  • Hospital HIV

Infectious Disease/Infection Control
(Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island)

  • C. difficile Infection
  • Adult Immunization Clinical Update: Ask the Experts
  • Clinical Triad: Management of Challenging Infectious Diseases in the Ambulatory Care Setting
  • Emerging Inpatient Infections and Antibiotic Stewardship
  • Health Care-Associated Pneumonia (HCAP)
  • Hospital HIV
  • Immunizations and Infections in Immunocompromised Patients on Disease-Modifying Drugs
  • New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C
  • Optimal Management of Skin Infections
  • Tuberculosis
  • Update in Infectious Diseases

Pain Management
(California, Iowa, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas)

  • Inpatient Pain Management
  • Pain Management of Noncancer Pain
  • Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care "Toolbox" for Employing Rational Analgesia,  Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication

Patient Safety/Risk Reduction/Risk Management
(Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, Pennsylvania)

  • C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe and Effective Patient Care
  • Preventing Hospital Readmissions: Models of Care
  • Primum Non Nocere: A Primer on Safety
  • Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults
  • Top 10 Dangerous Medications and Prevention of Medication Errors