Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • 6.00 AAPA Category I CME
  • 6.00 Contact hours
$225.00
The controlled substances education course opens with a review the pathophysiology and assessment of acute and chronic pain. Subsequent topics include: the therapeutic management of acute and chronic pain; psychiatric and behavioral conditions requiring the use of scheduled medications; assessment, evaluation, and documentation; legal and ethical responsibilities; and drug misuse, abuse, diversion, and addiction.
$0.00
To streamline user access, Mocingbird provides a direct link to the UHS Addiction Medicine Department's approved courses for Opioid Overdose Prevention Program. The UHS Addiction Medicine Department runs a New York State Department of Health-certified opioid overdose prevention program. We provide overdose prevention training and linkage to naloxone (Narcan®) to all patients across our department’s care continuum. We also give trainings to individuals and groups in Binghamton and across Broome County.
$0.00
To streamline user access, Mocingbird provides a direct link to the Trillium Health's approved courses for Opioid Overdose Prevention Program. 
  • 9.00 ABMS MOC II
  • 9.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
$25.00
Credit PriceCME Certificate Fee: $25.00 (USD) per hr./creditOptional Maintenance of Certification Credit (MOC) Fee: $10.00 (USD) per pointsCredits Available 
$0.00
To streamline user access, Mocingbird provides a direct link to Oklahoma's approved proper prescribing CME provided by the Oklahoma State Board of Osteopathic Examiners.  
  • 2.00 MOC
  • 2.00 Approved Continuing Education (ACE)
  • 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 2.00 ANCC
  • 2.00 Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
$0.00
Widespread outbreaks of novel (new) coronavirus infection have occurred in each of the past two decades, and the current outbreak poses the third threat of a severe novel coronavirus epidemic on a global scale. In response to a 13-fold increase in the number of reported cases within the span of two weeks and active cases in more than 100 countries, the WHO reached a decision that the COVID-19 outbreak should be characterized as a pandemic.
  • 5.00 Approved Continuing Education (ACE)
  • 5.00 Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
$30.00
Although there are benefits and necessities to living in rural areas, many living in these areas experience significant health and mental health disparities and challenges in accessing services. The goal of this course is to examine working in and with rural communities and the need for culturally sensitivity and competence. Health, mental health, and social work service disparities, barriers to help-seeking, and specific issues relevant to various subpopulations will be explored. Ethical issues unique to working within rural communities will also be discussed.
  • 5.00 Approved Continuing Education (ACE)
  • 5.00 Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
$0.00
End-of-life decisions can be complex and challenging. Health and mental health professionals can help with their expertise, whether it is for the person facing death, their family, surrogate decision makers, or caregiver. It is vital for health and mental health professionals to learn when and how to include end-of-life discussions into their sessions, assist with decision making and planning, and learn the differences between palliative and end-of-life care.
  • 6.00 Approved Continuing Education (ACE)
  • 6.00 Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
$36.00
Without proper self-care, boundaries, and awareness (transference), therapists become vulnerable to burnout and vicarious traumatization. This can result in a risk of therapeutic effectiveness, loss of trust with clients, and possible ethical crossings or violations. This course supports professionals practicing competence, while utilizing self-care and boundaries to minimize burnout while practicing compassion for the clients that they serve.
  • 6.00 Approved Continuing Education (ACE)
  • 6.00 Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)
$36.00
Ethical issues do not exist within a vacuum; rather, they emerge, evolve, and adapt within the sociocultural context of a particular society. In past decades, the field of professional ethics has received increased attention. Much of the discussion began in the 1960s in the medical field, where the blending of ethics, legalities, and medicine has become known as bioethics.

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