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IDAA 2013

Continuing Education

Click here for your cme certificate -- The required username/password was given out at the meeting.

CME Handouts now available -- click here

Our objectives for the educational portion of the meeting are to learn about how the disease of addiction affects health care professionals and their families; to learn more about the value of minority issues as related to gender; to learn how we recover and stay sober; and how we can apply this information in our lives, family relations, and professional practice. In an effort to be responsive to feedback provided by prior CME participants, we have included curriculum to address: Women's Issues, inclusion of the international community in the presenter pool, and scientific based topics on sustaining recovery.

The 2013 Keystone LAC is offering medical and dental CME tracts promoting a theme of "Advocacy". We are waiting final confirmation from our keynote CME speaker, Director Gil Kerlikowske who heads President Obama's Office of National Drug Control Policy. Director Kerlikowske was nominated by President Obama and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2007. He coordinates all aspects of Federal drug control programs and implementation of the President's National Drug Control Strategy.

Mr. Kerlikowske received the American Medical Association's, Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service in 2011.

Mr. Kerlikowske holds a B.A. and a M.A. in criminal justice as well as a Honorary Doctor in Humane Letters from the University of South Florida.

In addition to this speaker, the conference has been approved for 10 hours of CME. A diverse and interesting panel of presenters have agreed to speak on topics including Sex Addiction, Emotional Sobriety, Marijuana-Laws-Medical, Sexual Trauma and Abuse, Eating Disorders, My Doctor-My Pusher, Reducing Malpractice Claims in Recovery, When Your PHP Fails to Exist, and which Social Factors Predict Length of Recovery.

Dental CME will include some of these speakers as well as several other speakers still being confirmed.

Continuing Dental Education (CDE)

Details for the CDE program will be available here closer to meeting time.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) Agenda

This activity, "Advocacy: Addiction and Recovery" has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 10.0 Prescribed Credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians.

AMA/AAFP Equivalency: AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1.

Presentations:

  • "My Doctor, My Pusher" DV Obrecht, MD
  • "Reduced Malpractice Claims in CPHP Participants" Doris Gunderson, MD
  • "Sex Addiction" Michael Dinneen, MSW
  • "Emotional Sobriety" Allen Berger, PhD
  • "Marijuana, Laws, Medical?" Brian Murphy, Esq., JD
  • "Recovery from Sexual Trauma and Abuse" Alison Terry MA
  • "How to Recognize and Manage Eating Disorders in Any Practice Setting" Suzanne Dooley-Hash, MD
  • "When Your PHP Fails to Exist" James Tracy, DDS, Curtis Vixie, DDS, and Tom Speck, MD
  • "Social Factors Predicting Length of Recovery" David Best, PhD and David McCartney, MD

Objectives:

  • The educational portion of the meeting seeks to instruct how the disease of addiction affects health care professionals and their families; to learn more about the value of minority issues as related to gender; to learn how we recover and stay sober; and how we can apply this information in our lives, family relations, and professional practice
  • Identify the co-dependent behaviors and consequences of the physician provider/patient relationship.
  • Explore ways in which PHP involvement reduces malpractice incidents and claims.
  • Identify problems and needs when your PHP no longer exists or is inaccessible.
  • Identify the pathology, treatment and other factors regarding sex addiction.
  • Become familiar with the psychological underpinnings of emotional sobriety, especially in personal recovery from alcoholism.
  • Examine the emergence of marijuana, medically and recreationally, and the consequences of its legalization and use.
  • Become familiar with the identification of sexual trauma and abuse and facilitating the recovery from it.
  • Identify resources for implementing the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders.
  • Examine the influence of social factors on the length and quality of recovery.

CME Handout Downloads Now Available

Slides for the continuing education presentations are now available. Each day's presentations are combined into single PDF files. These files are rather large so downloading can take several minutes depending on the speed of your internet connection -- please be patient.

For most, the easiest way to download is to right-click on the appropriate link below, select "Save Link As" from the popup menu then decide where on your computer you wish to save the files. Once downloaded use your PDF viewer to review the material.

Presentations - Day 1 -- (PDF -- requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).

Presentations - Day 2 -- (PDF -- requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).

Presentations - Day 3 -- (PDF -- requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).

Presentations - Day 4 -- (PDF -- requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).

All Presentations Combined -- (PDF -- requires Adobe Acrobat Reader).


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