CME OFFERINGS: 2018
Jan. 25, 2018: Expanding the Bounds of Care Delivery: Integrating Mental, Social and Physical Health
NEJM Catalyst is hosting a free, live webinar on Jan. 25, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST.
Addressing only the physical health of a patient is not enough. The next generation of care delivery must broaden to whole-person care and encompass patients’ mental health and health-related social needs. How well organizations integrate physical health, mental health and social determinants could dictate their future success, and the health of the patient populations they serve.
In this free, live Web event, innovative leaders and researchers will examine how society can redefine health and health care, demonstrate how some organizations have overcome the systemic barriers, and discuss building ecosystems of integrated care for entire communities.
2018 WAFP Scientific Assembly
The WAFP’s 69th Annual Scientific Assembly will be held May 4-5 at the historic Davenport Hotel in Spokane, WA. Participants will have a chance to network with 150-200 family physicians and other primary care providers. Participants will also hear continuing medical education, scientific updates and practice enhancement strategies designed specifically for family medicine.
Ongoing: Suicide Prevention Online CME
Kaiser Permanente is offering a free six-hour course on suicide prevention for physicians and physician assistants; osteopathic physicians and osteopathic physician assistants; licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and advanced registered nurse practitioners; naturopaths; social workers, and mental health providers.
Washington law stipulates that certain health care providers, including physicians and osteopathic positions, must receive six hours of training in suicide prevention. This course is listed on the Department of Health’s 2017 Model List.
Learn more on this PDF, which includes a link to the course, registration instructions, CME details and other information.
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL & REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Contact: Continuing Medical Education Office