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Perplexing Problems in Polypharmacy


Total Credits: 1.0 including 1 AOA Category 2-B Credit

Average Rating:
   4.6
State Associations:
AOMA - Arizona
Faculty:
Ned Stolzberg, MD
Duration:
55 Minutes
Expiration:
Never expires.


Description

Objectives:

  • Differentiate the reasons behind and consequences of overprescribing

  • Evaluate the risks and benefits to the elderly of various drug classes

  • Compare common prescribing challenges

  • Formulate an approach to prescribing based on goals of care

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). The Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association (AOMA) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.

 

GRIEVANCE POLICY: The AOMA strives to provide continuing medical education programs to fulfill the needs of the attendees and to meet the AOA Uniform Guidelines and AOA Accreditation Requirements. Comments, questions, or complaints should be forwarded to AOMA Executive Director Josephine Zammuto, by calling the AOMA Office at 602-266-6699 or by mail to AOMA, 5150 N. 16th Street, Suite A-122, Phoenix, AZ 85016, or by email to info@az-osteo.org.

 

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Faculty

Ned Stolzberg, MD Related seminars and products: 1

Hospice of the Valley


Ned Stolzberg, MD received his undergraduate degree as a National Merit Scholar from the University of Texas and his graduate degree in Medicine from the University of Massachusetts. He completed a Family Practice Residency at Phoenix Baptist Hospital and worked in family and primary care medicine for over a decade in the Phoenix area.  Dr. Stolzberg joined Hospice of the Valley in 2007 and currently holds the position of Executive Medical Director. He is board certified in both Family Medicine and Hospice & Palliative Care Medicine, is an Affiliate Faculty member at Midwestern University and was voted “Top Doc” by his peers for Phoenix Magazine.


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