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360° FEEDBACK: CALIBRATING PAIN AND ADDICTION MANAGEMENT
This Pain and Addiction Management CME program will give the provider effective strategies to comprehend, recognize, refer, and treat patients experiencing pain and/or addiction in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. Using multi-disciplinary strategies, providers will understand how to effectively executive a plan appropriate for care of patients needing pain management or addiction management services.
360° Feedback: Calibrating Pain and Addiction Management
Earn up to 6 CAT 1A Credits for $149

Release Date: December 31, 2013
Expiration Date: December 31, 2014

This CME program will give the provider effective strategies to comprehend, recognize, refer and treat patients experiencing pain and/or addiction in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.  Using multi-disciplinary strategies, providers will understand how to effectively execute a plan appropriate for care of patients needing pain management of addiction management services.

 Learning Objectives
-Understand pain management as a chronic care condition and its appropriate management in the in-and out-patient setting.
-Understand the etiologies of addiction and challenges of recovery from a patient’s viewpoint.
-Understand the basic principles of opioid maintenance and refer patients misusing opioids to methadone and buprenorphine treatment.
-Develop effective strategies to prevent diversion and addiction while meeting the needs of patients with pain.
-Develop integrative and multidisciplinary approaches to care for patients with chronic pain or addiction.

Overview
Balancing effective pain management with the increasing prevalence of addiction and drug use disorders poses a complex and often misunderstood challenge in medical care, Often overlooked, both pain and addiction management can be frustrating aspects of clinical care due to lack of provider training, legal concerns and time constraints in patient care. 

Accreditation Statement
RowanSOM is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Council for Continuing Medical Education.  This program is funded in part by a grant provided by the AOA to develop quality internet Category 1A CME programs.  Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  Osteopathic physicians may earn up to 30% of their Category 1A requirement from interactive internet CME (i.e., up to nine Category 1A CME credits for members with a requirement of thirty Category 1A credits).  To receive credit for interactive internet CME, osteopathic physicians must complete a CME quiz with a passing grade of 70. Participants will have three attempts to pass the post-test in order to receive credit.

Program and Faculty
Pain Contracting and Drug Testing in the Outpatient Setting
Richard T. Jermyn, DO, FAAPMR, associate professor, chair, Rehabilitation Medicine; director, NeuroMusculoskeletal Institute, (NME), RowanSOM

Managing the Chronic Non-Cancer Pain Patient at Risk or with a History of Addiction
Sajid A. Surve, DO, associate professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM), NME, RowanSOM

Hospital-based Pain Management
Deanna M. Janora, MD, FAAPMR, FABEM, associate professor, Rehabilitation Medicine, NME, RowanSOM

Chronic Pain: A Comprehensive and Integrated Care Approach
Stephen Colameco, MD, Med, FASAM, clinical assistant professor, Family Medicine, RowanSOM

Pharmacological Options for Treating Opioid Abuse: From Detoxification to Maintenance
Jeremy Dubin, DO, senior clinical instructor, University of Colorado, School of Medicine; clinical faculty adjunct, Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine, family physician, addiction medicine specialist, Healing Arts Family Medicine, Loveland, CO

Crossing the Line: Identifying Substance Use Disorder in a Pain Population
Chad M. Coren, PsyD, Private Practice, addiction psychologist

Questions During Activity
During or immediately following the CME activity, registrants may send questions to questions@somcme.org. Please reference the name of the Faculty member. Faculty will respond to questions within 48 hours.

Faculty Disclosure
The views expressed in this activity are those of the faculty.  It should not be inferred or assumed that they are expressing the views of any manufacturer of pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices, or Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. 

 

 


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