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Harm Prevention and Harm Reduction in Opioid Safety
NEW DATE!
January 21, 2020 12:15 PM CST
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Presented by: William Campbell, DO, Campbell Health Solutions, SC (locations in Tinley Park, IL and Munster, IN)
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn current methods of risk maintenance of patients, including Urine Drug Screens, Naloxone, and the Prescription Monitoring program.
2. Calculate daily morphine equivalents for various opioid medications.
3. Learn current methods of risk screening for patients on opioid medications.
4. Identify high risk patients and formulate a comprehensive treatment plan for those patients.

Online Activities


IAFP Online CME at cme.iafp.com:

 

In Pursuit of Equity
Presented by: Michael A Hanak, MD, FAAFP, Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Rush University Medical Center; Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine
Recorded on Dec 10, 2019

 

Vaping Use and Brief Tobacco Intervention
Presented by Lauren Oshman, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, NorthShore Medical Group Residency Educator
Recorded on Nov 19, 2019

Sexual Harassment Prevention
Illinois State law now requires physicians to have 1 CME credit in sexual harassment prevention before their licenses are renewed.  The law takes effect January 1, 2020.
Presented by Marian Sassetti, MD, of Lake Street Family Physicians, Oak Park, and a member of the IAFP Women In Leadership member interest group will present a cogent framework for making sure you and your clinical colleagues are addressing sexual harassment prevention in your practice. 
Recorded Nov 2019

 

How to prepare for a visit to the Illinois Medical Disciplinary Board
If you are contacted by the Illinois Medical Disciplinary Board (MDB) or the DEA, what should you do?
Presented by Brian Zachariah, MD, MBA chief medical coordinator for the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Services will provide a primer for physicians so that they know what they need to do before coming to an MDB hearing.
Recorded Oct 2019

 

Sharing challenges and best practices in Medication Assisted Treatment for OUD
How do primary care clinicians work with patients who have OUD?   What is it like to provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to patients with opioid use disorder (OUD)?  How can family physicians work with pain management subspecialists to care for their patients with OUD?
Thomas Huggett, MD, family physician at Lawndale Christian Community Health Center on Chicago's west side shares his experiences with providing MAT with his patients.  Gagandeep Goyal, MD, an anesthesiologist, shares how he works with primary care clinicians who refer their patients with pain management needs, to make sure there is coordinated care between he and the primary care clinician
Recorded Thursday, September 19, 2019

Collaborative Care in Behavioral Health and Medical Care
New Illinois laws strengthen the opportunities for collaborative care between behavioral health and medical.  James MacKenzie, MD, and Jennifer Kurth, DO from the Illinois Psychiatric Society share the improved aspects of collaborative care as a result of the laws passed a few months ago
Recorded on September 11, 2019

Pre-participation Physical Evaluation Updates from the fifth edition
Presented by: Irfan M. Asif, M.D., is the chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the UAB School of Medicine and Deepak Patel, MD, is the director of sports medicine at Rush Copley Family Medicine Residency, Aurora, IL. 
Recorded July 31, 2019

 


Presented by Conny Moody, MBA, Director of Health Promotions at IDPH
The administrative side for patients and clinicians presented by Conny Moody, MBA, director of health promotions at IDPH, and in charge of the medical cannabis program.  She will provide an overview of the medical cannabis program and the Opioid Alternative Pilot Project.  
Recorded on July 15, 2019

 

Primary Care Update: The ever-changing landscape of medical (and now, recreational) cannabis in Illinois
Presented by Leslie Mendoza Temple, MD, ABOIM, Clinical Associate Professor, Family Medicine, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, & Medical Director, Integrative Medicine Program, NorthShore University HealthSystem
Objectives: To educate the primary care physician on the following:
1. Updates to the IL Medical Cannabis Program and pending expansion of eligible medical conditions
2. CBD and hemp products
3. Recreational cannabis legislation -what can we expect?

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) in Solo/Small Group Practice
Presented by
Mary "Molly" Rutherford, MD, MPH, FAAFP, FASAM, AAFP member from Kentucky, will describe how she developed an MAT in her solo practice (direct primary care).

Bariatric Medicines - In Depth
Presented by: Timothy Fignar, MD, Fignar Family Practice

Diabetes and Dairy: Research, Recommendations and Real World
Presented by Osama Hamdy, MD, PhD, FACE
Medical Director, Obesity Clinical Program, Director of Inpatient Diabetes Program, Joslin Diabetes Center Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Support by Midwest Dairy

Update on 2019 ACIP Immunization Schedules
Recorded from April 11, 2019 webinar
Presented by: Paul Hunter, MD
Learning objectives:
1. Recognize several changes from the 2018 to the 2019 ACIP immunization schedule.
2. Use the schedules (or resources based on the schedules) to determine what vaccinations patients need at the point of service.
3. Discuss benefits and challenges of implementing standing orders for immunizations.  

Update on New ADA Standards of Medical Care 2019
Presented by: Tony Hampton, MD, MBA, CPE, Medical Director Advocate Trinity Hospital Service Area at Advocate Medical Group
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe a comprehensive medical evaluation and assessment of co-morbidities for those with diabetes
2. List lifestyle management possibilities for carbohydrate intake, sodium consumption, and physical activity
3. Implement in their practice, pharmacologic approaches to glycemic treatment, including newer diabetes technologies

Medical Aid in Dying: A physician's perspective    
Recording of March 28th webinar on Medical Aid in Dying:  A physician's perspective
Presented by David R. Grube, M.D. Compassion & Choices Medical Director,
Seven states and the District of Columbia currently authorize the practice of medical aid in dying by which a terminally ill adult may ask for and receive a prescription medication for a peaceful death.
Learning objectives:
1. Describe the clinical competencies necessary for participating in medical aid in dying and the requirements of aid-in-dying laws
2. Address barriers to implementation and interface with hospice care
3. Explain the importance of appropriate terminology
4. Discuss ethical perspectives concerning end-of-life options

The new Herpes Zoster Vaccine for adults: what's good news, what's challenging?    
Presented by Anton "TJ" Grasch, MD, has had a special focus on immunizations since his residency at University of Illinois at Peoria. Dr. Grasch practices at Unity Point Health -- Junction Medical, a two physician Direct Primary Care practice in Peoria.
Objectives
Discuss the virus that leads to herpes zoster
Discuss the disease caused by herpes zoster and its sequelae
Discuss the vaccines available to prevent herpes zoster and its sequelae

Opioid Safety in Primary Care
Presented by William Campbell, DO, Chair, IAFP Opioid Safety Workgroup, Campbell Health Solutions, SC, Tinley Park, IL
Objective: Learn to safely incorporate medications as a part of a comprehensive treatment strategy for chronic pain.

Ethylene Oxide: Building Awareness for Primary Care Physicians & Other Clinician    
Recorded on December 7, 2018
Objective: To discuss the scientific and medical issues related to concerns about Ethylene Oxide (EtO) emissions from the Sterigenics facilities in Willowbrook

Lead Poisoning - Testing, Reporting, and Prevention
Presented by: Deanna Durica, MPH, Director, Lead Poisoning Prevention and Healthy Homes, Cook County Department of Public Health
Learning Objectives:
1. Learn what is required for primary care clinicians to screen for lead poisoning.
2. Understand what to do when elevated blood levels occur.

Top 10 Practical Things that Family Physicians Can Do for Weight Loss Patients    
Aug 23, 2018 webinar on Weight Loss Patients
Presented by Timothy Fignar, MD FAAFP, Diplomate – American Society of Obesity Medicine
Objectives:

1. One-on-one physician directed weight management
2. Ability to tailor a program to your unique body metabolism
3. Use of a low calorie-diets to break the cycle of food addiction
4. Ability to achieve and sustain long-term weight management
5. Based on scientific principles & a healthy understanding your medical history
 
Joy in Medicine    
Presented by Kathleen N. Mueller, MD, FAAFP
Learning Objectives:
1. Define physician burnout and the extent of the issue
2. Discover effective approaches that have been used to successfully improve work/life balance and restore joy in medicine
3. Develop simple, self-care tools to enhance resilience

E-Cigarettes - Are They Safe? An Update for Primary Care Physicians
IAFP
Online article by Monica J. Fudala, MD /  .25 credit
Click here for article & resources

Highlight on Vaccinations 4 Teens
AAFP Foundation supported by IAFP
Tools and Resources to Help Increase Teen Vaccination Rates in Illinois  / non-cme
Click here to access education (under non-cme tab)

Online Accredited Learning in Interprofessional Geriatrics Program
UIC offers free online accredited learning in Inter-professional Geriatrics. Includes 32 a-la-carte modules on topics related to the care of older adults.
Click here to learn more.

Bright Pink Online Learning for breast and ovarian cancer risk management
IAFP is the CME accreditation partner for Bright Pink
Click here to learn more 

AAFP Self-Study Packages
Earn CME while you support your chapter. Show your support for the specialty organization solely dedicated to serving your needs as a family physician. Support your chapter with the purchase of an AAFP clinical self-study package. Use the source code 4MYCHAPTER during checkout to help benefit your chapter!
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Online Series


Telligen QIN’s Speaking Out on Pain Management Podcast

Dive into the world of chronic pain management and explore alternative treatments for chronic pain with the Speaking Out on Pain Management Podcast. Each episode offers a fresh perspective from doctors, nurses, counselors and everyday pain-sufferers on the front lines of treating and living with chronic pain. New episodes available on the second Wednesday of each month until December. Produced by Telligen, the Quality Innovation Network for Colorado, Illinois and Iowa.

Episode 1: Pain Contracts

Episode 2: Non-Opioid Approaches to Pain Management

Episode 3: Tips on Combatting the Patient, Provider, and Pharmacist Disconnect

Episode 4:Pain Assessments: A Patient’s Experience and What The Doctor Recommends

Episode 5: Unexpected Ties Between Mental Health and Pain Management


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