Intensive Course Series

How to Prescribe Controlled Drugs in a Substance Abuse Epidemic: How to Protect Yourself, Your Patients and Your Community

This online activity has been developed to enhance the health professional’s ability to effectively prescribe controlled medications while minimizing their misuse whenever possible. Take the introduction free of charge! To learn more, sign up for 3 additional sessions for $150. Get dates and details for "How to Prescribe Controlled Drugs in a Substance Abuse Epidemic."


Controlled Substance Prescribing: Pain, Anxiety, Insomnia

The Intensive Course in Controlled Substance Prescribing is designed for physicians in all specialties who need or wish to increase their knowledge and ability to effectively prescribe controlled medications that have abuse potential. In addition, the course is designed for physicians who treat chronic pain syndromes. Get dates and details for "Controlled Substance Prescribing."


Medical Ethics, Boundaries & Professionalism

The Intensive Course in Medical Ethics, Boundaries and Professionalism is designed for physicians in all specialties who wish or need to pursue focused study in areas of applied ethics, including boundary maintenance, and practice management. Get dates and details for "Medical Ethics, Boundaries & Professionalism."


Medical Documentation: Clinical, Legal and Economic Implications for Healthcare Providers

This course is designed for physicians in all specialties who need or wish to improve their documentation skills, with particular regard to clinical communication, legal risk, regulatory compliance, and appropriateness for reimbursement. Get dates and details for "Medical Documentation."


Managing Inappropriate Communications in Medical Practice: Controlling Anger, Avoiding Outbursts, Communicating Appropriately

The Intensive Course in Managing Difficult Communications in Medical Practice: Controlling Anger, Avoiding Outbursts, Communicating Appropriately is designed for physicians in all specialties who wish or need to pursue further training in Health Communications and managing conflict and strong emotion in medical practice. Get dates and details for "Managing Inappropriate Communications in Medical Practice."


Buprenorphine: Keeping Up with the Changing Landscape of Office Based Opioid Treatment

This special update course is for Buprenorphine certified physicians or Clinic-Office Managers who seek to enhance their ability to effectively, efficiently and safely prescribe buprenorphine while minimizing abuse and limiting liability. Get dates and details for "Buprenorphine."

 

*If a course participant is referred to one or more of the Intensive Courses by a state medical board, another agency or employer,  it is the course participant’s responsibility to verify that the selected course is acceptable to that medical board, referring agency and/or employer.    The Case Western Reserve University CME Office recommends that the course participant send a copy of the online course description (available on the website) to the state medical board, referring agency and/or employer prior to taking the course to make sure it meets their requirements.      

Upon request, after a course participant completes a course, the Case Western Reserve University CME Office will send a letter to the state medical board, referring agency and/or employer confirming the course participant’s attendance.