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Conversations in Care: Sharing Information on Treatment Strategies for Menopausal Vasomotor Symptoms

Thacker

5/1/2012  
  Symptoms associated with menopause include hot flashes and night sweats, collectively known as vasomotor symptoms (VMS); vaginal dryness; mood and sleep disturbances; and somatic complaints. Of these, VMS constitute the most common menopausal complaint, the main reason that women seek medical care....

Medical Simulation

Undertreatment of Vasomotor Symptoms: A Menopausal "Hot Topic"

Thacker, Pattimakiel

9/28/2012  
  Imagine yourself suddenly whisked into a narrow hallway lined with hundreds of hairdryers aimed at you, dialed to the highest heat setting and blowing vigorously. This—an imaginary diversion for you—is the several-times-a-day experience of thousands of women who experience moderate to severe vasomot...

Live and On Demand

Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection: Advancing Care, Changing Lives

Kowdley, Culpepper, Te, Wang

11/28/2012  
  Public health surveillance and immunization have greatly reduced infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV). Still, chronic HBV infection constitutes a public health problem and many clinical gaps exist in the delivery of preventive and therapeutic services to adults who are chronically infected with HB...

Live and On Demand

Hepatitis C and Depression: Strategies for Detection, Treatment, and Prevention

Johnson

8/20/2013  
  A new era has dawned in the treatment of chronic HCV infection, with the use of direct-acting antiviral (DAA) medications. The DAA medications are now used as adjunctive agents with dual peginterferon and ribavirin therapy for patients with HCV genotype 1. They have been proven to offer improved sus...

Webcast

Ask the Expert Q&A
Mature Mood Matters: New and Emerging Developments in Geriatric Depression

Reynolds

8/21/2013  
  The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) and CME Outfitters, LLC, conducted a satellite symposium entitled, Mature Mood Matters: New and Emerging Developments in Geriatric Depression at the AAGP Annual Meeting on March 15, 2013. The activity was attended by geriatric psychiatrists an...

Webcast

Gaining Ground in Men's Genitourinary Health: Maximizing Outcomes for Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Erectile Dysfunction

Rosenberg

8/23/2013  
  Prostate enlargement, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is a common disease in men with initial development usually occurring after 40 years of age. At the age of 60, its prevalence is greater than 50% and by age 85 is as high as 90%.1 Where the prostate enlarges, often lower urinary...

Webcast

Reducing the Incidence and Spread of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA): A Toolkit for Addressing Hospital-Acquired MRSA

Snow, Baird, Beard, Henman, Kerger, LaMaile-Williams, Robicsek, Topinka

8/27/2013  
  Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a key pathogen in many healthcare-associated infections, infections that occur in up to 10% of hospitalized patients and account for nearly 80,000 deaths annually in the United States. As the epidemiology of MRSA continues to evolve, the c...

Webcast

Reference Guide for Bipolar Depression

Thase

9/3/2013  
  In a United States-based study, the lifetime prevalence of bipolar disorder was 4.5%. Bipolar disorder (BPD) is associated with profound changes in quality of life and even premature death. BPD is among the leading causes of disability in the developed world among people 15 to 44 years of age....

Webcast

Ask the Expert Q&A
Technologies to Advance the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

Small

9/4/2013  
  CME Outfitters and the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) conducted a symposium entitled Technologies to Advance the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease at the AAGP annual meeting on March 15, 2013. The activity was attended by geriatric psychiatrists and psychiatrists with an...

Live Symposium

6th Annual Chair Summit: Master Class for Neuroscience Professional Development
September 26-28, 2013

9/26/2013  
  The Chair Summit is an engaging and intimate forum for clinicians to access the latest neuroscience education for future application to practice. The collaborative format of the Chair Summit serves as a springboard to the integration of new information and new insights into clinical practice with th...

Live Symposium

6th Annual Chair Summit: Master Class for Neuroscience Professional
Live Web Stream of Select Conference Sessions September 26-28, 2013

9/26/2013  
  The Chair Summit is an engaging and intimate forum for clinicians to access the latest neuroscience education for future application to practice. The collaborative format of the Chair Summit serves as a springboard to the integration of new information and new insights into clinical practice with th...

Live Symposium

Your Patients Are On Facebook and Twitter, Where Are You? Determining Where Social Media Fit in Your Practice

Johnson, Madanick, Hoffman

10/29/2013  
  Wonder why you should know about social media from a professional standpoint? The answer starts with the fact that, whether you are pleased about it or not, you do have an Internet presence, often called your “digital footprint.” That is to say that with a simple point and click, patients are probab...

Live Symposium

Measurement Based Care Comes to DSM-5

Roy-Byrne

11/1/2013  
  With the advent of further health care reform, measurement of outcomes will play a central role in evaluating medical necessity as well as the quality of care delivered by clinicians. Psychiatrist need to understand what the rationale is for outcomes measurement, why it enhances care, how to most ef...

Medical Simulation

Clinical Decision-Making in Action: 28-year-old Woman with History of Headache and Recent-Onset Fatigue

Rye

11/15/2013  
  Enter Exam Room #1 and find Mrs. Brynne Monroe who presents to you, her general neurologist, for a six-month follow-up visit for migraines. At the visit, she reports new symptoms of fatigue. Your task is to navigate through this clinical encounter to perform history-taking, differential diagnosis, a...

Medical Simulation

The 6th Annual Chair Summit Network: An Educational Connectome

Kennedy

11/26/2013  
  Chair Summit is a unique and powerful learning opportunity that is a world apart from other events and conferences. At Chair Summit, participants become involved and engaged in every session. This interactive three-day conference offers attendees the opportunity to fine tune their educational needs...

Medical Simulation

Advances in Alzheimer's Disease

Nemeroff, Raskind

11/27/2013  
  The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently funded an exhaustive review by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), performed through its Evidence-Based Practice Centers. This review highlights the presence of critical gaps in current knowledge about Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and t...

Medical Simulation

Major Depressive Disorder and Treating to Remission

Kalin, Nemeroff

12/4/2013  
  After the initiation of antidepressant monotherapy, the importance of consistently and carefully monitoring patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) cannot be overemphasized. Most clinicians would agree that there is a clinical urgency to identify partial responders and nonresponders. Having a...

Medical Simulation

Identification and Management of Bipolar Depression

Nemeroff, Hirschfeld

12/4/2013  
  Bipolar disorder (BPD) is a mood disorder characterized by alternating periods of depression and mania/hypomania or mixed states. Patients with BPD spend the majority of time in depressed states, so bipolar depression is, far and away, the more common presentation of bipolar disorders that psychiatr...

Live Symposium

Translating Algorithms to Clinical Practice in the Management of Patients With Chronic Pain: Focus on Intrathecal Delivery

Caraway, Grigsby

12/7/2013  
  Optimal pain management is a national health care priority, and the use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain is safer and more effective than ever before. However, for many patients with severe and intractable chronic pain, oral opioid therapy is not enough; other options...

Webcast

Translating Algorithms to Clinical Practice in the Management of Patients With Chronic Pain: Focus on Intrathecal Delivery

Live Webstream from the Symposium at the NANS 17th Annual Meeting

Caraway, Grigsby

12/7/2013  
  Optimal pain management is a national health care priority, and the use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain is safer and more effective than ever before. However, for many patients with severe and intractable chronic pain, oral opioid therapy is not enough; other options...

Webcast

Insights into Narcolepsy

McCall, Roth

12/9/2013  
  “[I wish] that more people would understand that I have a biological condition that requires medical treatment and stop giving me advice to try different diets, alternative remedies, and what-have-you.” - Clea H.

This statement from a patient with narcolepsy is a plea for legitimac...

Webcast

The 6th Annual Chair Summit Network: An Educational Connectome, Part Two

Kennedy

12/17/2013  
  Chair Summit offers a uniquely powerful learning opportunity, where clinicians become involved and engaged in every session. The renowned faculty members are Department Chairpersons and experts in psychiatry, neurology, pain, and sleep. The opportunity to interact with the very opinion leaders who a...

Webcast

The Interplay Between Sleep and Bipolar Disorder

McCall, Roth

12/24/2013  
  The importance of sleep in the treatment of chronic mood disorders is not a new concept. Nearly a century ago, Kraepelin, one of the founders of modern scientific psychiatry, wrote: “The attacks of manic-depressive insanity are invariably accompanied by all kinds of bodily changes. By far the mos...

Webcast

Translating Algorithms to Clinical Practice in the Management of Patients with Chronic Pain: Focus on Intrathecal Delivery

Caraway, Grigsby

1/14/2014  
  Optimal pain management is a national health care priority, and the use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain is safer and more effective than ever before. However, for many patients with severe and intractable chronic pain, oral opioid therapy is not enough; other options...

Live Symposium

Strategies for Success in Intrathecal Pain Management

Caraway, McDowell

3/7/2014  
  Optimal pain management is a national healthcare priority and we have come a long way in improving the safe and effective use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain. However, for many patients with chronic pain that is severe and intractable, oral opioid therapy is not enoug...

Live Symposium

Late-Life Depression: More Than a Mood Disorder

Nelson, Steffens

3/15/2014  
  Major depressive disorder (MDD) is the most prevalent mental health condition and late-life depression is associated with significant morbidity and mortality and a tendency towards chronicity.(1) Depression in a geriatric population presents a unique set of challenges to the treating clinician. MDD...

Live Symposium

Neurocognitive Disorders, the DSM-5, and Informed Treatment Choices

Grossberg, McCall

3/16/2014  
  Changes to the DSM-5 have modified the language used in evidence-based diagnostic criteria for dementia(1) and education for clinicians can accelerate both the adoption of this new language and how to apply these revisions to clinical practice.(1) The National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Nat...

Webcast

Strategies for Success in Intrathecal Pain Management

Caraway, McDowell

4/30/2014  
  Optimal pain management is a national healthcare priority and we have come a long way in improving the safe and effective use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain. However, for many patients with chronic pain that is severe and intractable, oral opioid therapy is not enoug...

Webcast

Neurocognitive Disorders, the DSM-5, and Informed Treatment Choices

Grossberg, McCall

5/6/2014  
  Changes to the DSM-5 have modified the language used in evidence-based diagnostic criteria for dementia(1) and education for clinicians can accelerate both the adoption of this new language and how to apply these revisions to clinical practice.(1) The National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Nat...

Webcast

Late-Life Depression: More Than a Mood Disorder

Nelson, Steffens

5/6/2014  
  Major depressive disorder (MDD) is the most prevalent mental health condition and late-life depression is associated with significant morbidity and mortality and a tendency towards chronicity.(1) Depression in a geriatric population presents a unique set of challenges to the treating clinician. MDD...

Monograph

New Insights Into Sleep-Wake System Neurobiology and Pathophysiology of Insomnia

Krystal, Doghramji, Roth, Scammel

5/16/2014  
  Insomnia can affect many aspects of an individual’s life: impairing concentration and memory, increasing the risk of incident depression or recurrence of a depressive episode, diminishing a patient’s ability to enjoy family and social relationships, and increasing the risks of falls and motor vehicl...

Live Symposium

Successful Strategies in Intrathecal Pain Management

Caraway

5/17/2014  
  Physicians who treat patients with chronic pain find themselves in a dilemma: offering adequate care for their patients that may include prescribing opioids that have the potential to be misused or diverted. Over 50% of individuals with chronic pain state that their pain is not well controlled or th...

Live Symposium

Optimizing Care for the Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

McVary, Carson, Kaplan, Staskin

5/17/2014  
  Prostate enlargement, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is an important men’s health condition. Over eight million men (above the age of 50) in the United States alone are undergoing treatment for BPH, but many more have the condition. BPH shows increasing incidence and prevalence with age, aff...

Live Symposium

Questions and Answers from the Symposium Strategies for Success in Intrathecal Pain Management

Caraway

5/20/2014  
  Optimal pain management is a national health care priority, and this field of medicine has come a long way in improving the safe and effective use of opioid therapy for patients with both acute and chronic pain. For many patients with severe and intractable chronic pain, oral opioid therapy is not e...

Medical Simulation

Clinical Decision Making in Action: A Medical Student With Bipolar Disorder

Buysse

5/23/2014  
  Enter Exam Room #2 and find Madeline, a 27-year-old medical student with a personal and positive family history of bipolar disorder. She has been functioning well and adhering to her treatment regimen of medication and cognitive behavioral therapy. She shares her news of a match to an anesthesiology...

Webcast

Optimizing Care For the Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

McVary, Carson, Kaplan, Staskin

6/30/2014  
  Prostate enlargement, or benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is an important men’s health condition. Over eight million men (above the age of 50) in the United States alone are undergoing treatment for BPH, but many more have the condition. BPH shows increasing incidence and prevalence with age, aff...

Medical Simulation

Navigating the Challenges of Clinical Diagnosis and Management of a Movement Disorder

Comella

7/21/2014  
  How will you evaluate and treat a 50-year-old woman with non-specific complaints of depression, shoulder pain, slight tremor, and stiffness?

The neuroscienceCME clinical simulation platform offers a challenging learning environment where your choices determine your path and the patient’s...

Live Symposium

Taking the Long View in Improving Adherence to Immunosuppressant Therapy in Transplant Recipients

Vincenti, Danovitch, Goral, Hricik

7/30/2014  
  Kidney transplant recipients live an average of 10 to 15 years longer than patients on dialysis.1 Short-term survival rates of transplanted kidneys are quite good, and approximately 95% are functioning well one year after surgery.(1) Although short-term prognoses have improved considerably in recent...
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