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Total Credits: .75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.3
Faculty:
Robert W. Hostoffer Jr., DO
Short Description:
The lecture aims to discuss the implementation of osteopathic recognition into an existing ACGME program. We delve into the areas of concern; curriculum, scholarship, faculty development and assessments. Clear examples are given for each area. The use of Scholar Teacher located on the OOA website is an excellent means of providing Osteopathic faculty development. The Scholar Series, also found on the OOA website will also assist in the development of Osteopathic research. In addition, we look into avenues for the submission of scholarly work through Scholar Complete. With these tools and discussion, we hope that all ACGME programs will reach Osteopathic recognition.
Price:
$30.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.5
Faculty:
Brian J Murphy, CPHRM
Short Description:
With new developments in technology and patient care come new risks. It’s important for physicians and clinicians to stay abreast of what’s new and trending in healthcare so that they can continue to provide safe and appropriate care to their patients. In this session, we’ll discuss some of the newer risks that impact a physician’s medical professional liability, including telemedicine, burnout, patients delaying care, behavioral health and more. Join us to learn more about these emerging risks and what you can do to protect yourself and your patients.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.1
Faculty:
Paige S. Gutheil Henderson, DO
Short Description:
In this workshop, we will examine how physician burnout affects not only our own health and happiness, but also the quality of care we provide to our patients. We will turn our focus to a coaching methodology that physicians and patients can use at home to focus their work on their own health and happiness.
Price:
$70.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 0.75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4
Faculty:
Stanley Grogg
Short Description:
The presentation will enlighten the participants as to the effects of the Coronavirus on the travel industry including the travel medicine physician. The requirements for the airlines, cruise ships and hotels to lure back the clients after COVID-19 will be discussed. The conclusion will illustrate the vaccines needed or suggested for international travel.
Price:
$30.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.5
Faculty:
William J. Resch, DO, DFAPA
Short Description:
Over the last several years there has been mounting evidence that loneliness and social isolation play an important role in health and wellness. This includes in the medical profession. Concerns of loneliness and social isolation can easily be overshadowed by more established health risk concerns of smoking, obesity, and substance use. This talk will look at the current evidence, statistics and impact of loneliness/social isolation while offering some practical recommendations on how to combat it in ourselves and our patients.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.7
Faculty:
Sallie Wilson Luther, DO
Short Description:
As a retired physician who has now become involved in suicide awareness and advocacy, I believe burnout is a very real issue among physicians and I am pleased to see that many medical schools and residencies are addressing the need for physician self care. My personal belief is that it is hard for physicians to ask for help since they are the ones who’ve gone into the profession to help others. Drivers of burnout include work load, work inefficiency, lack of autonomy and meaning in work, and work-home conflict. It may be hard for a physician to seek help for mental health issues because of stigma and the feeling that they are the ones who should be helping others and not needing help themselves. This can lead to self-medication with drugs or alcohol because of possible feelings of shame, guilt and confidentiality issues.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.6
Faculty:
Colleen M. Opremcak, MD
Short Description:
The goal of this presentation is to educate physicians, residents and medical students on the benefits of meditation with a focus on mindfulness meditation and activities that will help reduce stress during these challenging times.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.4
Faculty:
Dawn C. Dillinger, DO
Short Description:
The care of children in the best of times poses unique challenges and opportunities. During times, such as the coronavirus pandemic, pediatric practices have needed to adapt to be able to provide the best care for children, and their family unit. By maintaining different office hours, utilizing social media and implementing telemedicine, pediatricians can provide quality care during this uncertain time. Use of OMT should be considered as part of the treatment of children by osteopathic doctors and encouraged during times of illness and stress.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   4.1
Faculty:
Nicklaus J. Hess, DO
Short Description:
OMT Review for the Practicing D.O. will provide an overview of osteopathic principles, diagnostic strategies, and treatment options for physicians with varying levels of osteopathic understanding. The goal is to provide participants with fundamental osteopathic knowledge that can be easily integrated into patient care and taught to medical students and residents.
Price:
$40.00

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Product Type
On Demand

Total Credits: 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
   3.8
Faculty:
Mark Sherwood, ND |  Michelle L. Neil-Sherwood
Short Description:
When discussing protocols, many practitioners may be wondering “where to start”. Do you start in the gut, with hormones, or adrenal management? What about sleep, nutrition, and exercise? Age management protocol prescriptions can be a bit overwhelming. However, there are several principles that truly fit for everyone. By examining “what we do know” and considering what the majority of persons can/can’t do, there is much common ground. Understanding this common ground, combined with systems biology and functional medicine principles, one is able to deliver a general protocol in which everyone can benefit. The protocol includes nutrition, supplementation, stress management, sleep, and hormone optimization. Moreover, measurables (biomarkers) will be detailed along with a very clear “how to” program describing all aspects of the “one for the ages” age management protocol with the clear objective being able to functionally and fully employ on Monday morning.
Price:
$40.00

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