PBI Prescribing: Opioids, Pain Management, and Addiction (RX-21)Back
$1895.00 Doctoral Degree Rate (Ex: MD, DO, DVM, DDS, DMD, Pharm. D, DPM, DC, Ph.D., etc.)
$1425.00 Non-Doctoral Degree (Ex: PA, nurses, PT, OT, RT, pharmacists, therapists/counselors, acupuncturists, dental hygienists, allied health professionals, etc.)
21 CME/CE hours
More than just a course in sound prescribing practices, this course reaches beyond. We examine the personal and professional reasons why clinicians fail to prescribe properly. Both broad and deep, the curriculum covers common misconceptions about opioids, assessment of patients for misuse potential, setting prescribing-related boundaries, team-based pain management approaches, and compliance with documentation, laws, and rules.
An intensive pre-course component personalizes the course content to be state and profession specific. Attendees are directed to research and review their state specific prescribing guidelines. For participants required to take the course due to a prescribing offense, a state specific research paper is also submitted, in which participants summarize their offense and identify the violated federal or state ethical codes, laws, rules, guidelines, and/or statutes.
In addition, and building on insights into why clinicians prescribe inappropriately, participants develop a Personalized Protection Plan. This plan is designed to help them maintain their newfound knowledge base and prevent prescribing-related lapses.
- Pre-course component: Online assignments and readings totaling five hours
- In-person component: Two days totaling 16 hours
- Certificate distributed upon successful completion of course at the end of day two
Professions this course is suitable for:
Prescribers from all disciplines will benefit from this course.
This course addresses issues such as:
- Inappropriate or unsafe prescribing of CDS
- Inadequate treatment and management of patients with chronic pain
- Documentation that does not comply with laws and regulations
- Poor understanding of drug dependence, addiction, and abuse potential
- Implement safer, more effective treatment with improved outcome through the application of a comprehensive knowledge of the spectrum of pain medications
- Apply the prescribing laws and regulations into clinical practice for the safe and effective use of opioids and controlled substances
- Produce and maintain medical records documenting compliance prescribing laws and documenting appropriate management and treatment of chronic pain
- Differentiate opioid dependency and addiction to minimize abuse potential and maximize pain management
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine and Professional Boundaries, Inc. The University of California, Irvine School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of California, Irvine School of Medicine designates these live activities each for a maximum of 33 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in activity.