CME Courses - Southern Medical Association

CME Course | Free | Credits: .25

Fireside Chats with the Troops on the Frontline of COVID-19 Pandemic: Childhood Food Insecurity

SMA President Dr. Philip Hartman is joined by Dr. Holly Danneman who shares her experiences of working with GO Pantry. She offers insight into how these types of programs have been affected in multiple ways by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as physicians’ roles in feeding children within their communities.

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1

A Pandemic Situation: SARS 2 COVID-19

Drs. Andy Mohan and Deepak Mohan team up to discuss the current pandemic from a frontline and technology perspective with star guest Mr. Aneesh Chopra, who is the former and first Chief Technology Officer of the United States.

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1

Mental Health Perspective on Coronavirus

Dr. Anandhi Narasimhan will discuss issues related to mental health during the coronavirus pandemic. Topics include managing anxiety, how to deal with social distancing and isolation, how to talk to children about coronavirus. Also will discuss how treatment can be optimized so that mental health services are available to those who need it virtually.

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Sleep Patterns and Health Behaviors in Healthcare Students

This study was designed to evaluate the personal health behavior, including sleep time, of healthcare students at a large health sciences center.

CME Course | Free | Credits: .50

Hypertension: Still a Significant Health Concern

This activity will address why hypertension is an important clinical condition, what causes hypertension, and current innovative measures and/or programs to detect and manage hypertension for the individual as well as at a population level.

CME Course | Free | Credits: .50

Ethical Issues in Public Health and Physician Responsibilities in Disease Outbreaks, Epidemics, and Pandemics

This course examines both the public health and ethical issues associated with the current novel coronavirus infections and explains the differences in disease outbreak, epidemic, and pandemic in the context of this current health crisis.
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CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Assessment of the Need for Immediate Trauma Team Presence for Infants Presenting in Cardiac Arrest

This case series will profile the etiology of infants presenting in cardiac arrest and to assess the value of including trauma team members as part of the initial resuscitation team treating this population.

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

A Hospitalist-Led Team to Manage Patient Boarding in the Emergency Department: Impact on Hospital Length of Stay and Cost

Hospitalist-led management of admitted patients boarding in the ED has been identified as a potential solution to improve patient flow. The authors sought to examine the impact on patient flow and potential for cost savings by an active management of boarded ED medical admissions by a hospitalist-led team, which included a hospitalist, an advanced practitioner, and a case manager.

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Epidemiology, Clinical Presentation, and Seasonal Variation in the Diagnosis of Children with Eosinophilic Esophagitis in Oklahoma

The aim of this retrospective study was to determine epidemiology, clinical presentation, and seasonal variation of EoE in children seen from 2008 to 2015 at The Children’s Hospital at Oklahoma University Medical Center (OUMC).

CME Course | $10 | Credits: 1

Impact of β-Lactam Allergies on Antimicrobial Selection in an Outpatient Setting

The primary objective of this study was to determine whether patients prescribed nonpreferred antibiotics received appropriate alternative antibiotics.

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