SMA Online CME Courses make it easy to obtain AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Courses are available to anyone and are free to SMA Members. Prices vary based on number of credit hours. Get started now! Become a member of SMA and get free CME today!

Subscribe for Updates

* indicates required
Newsletter
SMA Services, Inc.

Online education is sponsored in part by SMA Services, Inc. Visit SMA Services

Online CME Courses

Workplace Violence: Experiences of Internal Medicine Trainees at an Academic Medical Center

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

In this article, the authors sought to examine the incidence of workplace violence affecting Internal Medicine trainees to understand the types of violence encountered, reporting rates, and the factors that influence reporting.

Core Competencies of and Career Opportunities for Future Healthcare Executives

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will provide a possible road map for leaving clinical practice to transfer to a full-time administrative medicine role, reveal some of the pitfalls encountered along the way, and illustrate the necessary skills, according to the speaker, which are necessary for a successful transition.

Patients on Involuntary Hold Status in the Emergency Department

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Patients requiring involuntary holds are frequently seen in the emergency department. Much of what is known comes from studies of patients at urban academic centers. Identification of social stressors, psychiatric disorders, substance misuse, and active medical conditions in these patients may help target interventions to improve care in the acute care hospital emergency department.

Retrospective Analysis of the Effect of Postdischarge Telephone Calls by Hospitalists on Improvement of Patient Satisfaction and Readmission Rates

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

In this article, the authors sought to assess the impact of postdischarge telephone calls from discharging hospitalists on readmissions and patients’ ratings of hospital care and hospitalist communication.

Medical Tort Reform: Past, Present, Future

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

This session will provide a review of the tort crisis and describe proven legislative and court reforms that have improved access to care.

Telemedicine and Care Delivery Innovations

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

This activity will highlight the use of telehealth/telemedicine as well as emerging care delivery models to address gaps in access to care.

The Future is Now: Innovative Physician Organization Models

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Healthcare providers are developing new organization models. Some of these models are physician only models and some models are physician and facility models. Each model offers advantages and disadvantages to the physicians. This activity will outline the differences in these models so that a determination of which model works best based upon specialty, community, and potential partners.

Health Insurance Exchanges

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will discuss the evolution of the health insurance exchanges, recent policy developments that affect the non-group insurance market, and the outlook for future policy changes that could affect the way care is financed.

Confronting Gaps in Health Care Performance: Opportunities to Take Action

Price: $10.00 | Credits: 1

The overall focus of this activity will be on the potential to achieve better population health at more affordable costs, while providing better, safer care that is responsive to patients, families and communities.

Microhospitals and Free-Standing ERs

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will focus on different delivery models and how they are impacting current health systems and new markets. Also, these different delivery models will touch upon some of the regulatory challenges, barriers of entry and reimbursement challenges.

2019 MIPS Requirements: MIPS Participation Overview, MIPS Eligibility, and Quality Requirements

This is a free course. Credits: 1

This CMS presentation will include a high-level overview of the Quality Payment Program and Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in Year 3 (2019) and will include MIPS participation, eligibility, and quality requirements.

The Washington Landscape

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

This session will address health care policy making in both the Legislative and Executive Branches of the Federal Government. The presentation also will discuss "Medicare-for-All" proposals.

CIN Value-Based Contracting Strategies

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

This activity will provide an overview of the different value-based contracting strategies that CINs are implementing to align incentives and become rewarded for demonstrated value.

Clinically Integrated Networks

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

This activity will provide a basic level definition of Clinical Integration, while providing tactics and case studies to enhance performance and the ultimate value of the CIN.

New Payment Models

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

New compensation models for physicians, including how to negotiate the best compensation, and what changes to make in practices to maximize compensation will be addressed.

Quality and Patient Safety/High Reliability Organizations

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

The goal of this activity is to provide knowledge in the leadership and management aspects of healthcare so that physicians can acquire the skills necessary for effective leadership in the complex environment of the healthcare industry.

Comparison of Factors Identified by Patients and Physicians Associated with Hospital Readmission (COMPARE2)

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity is intended to determine the frequency, timing, and types of imaging obtained in patients with a discharge diagnosis of acute pyelonephritis, and how often imaging findings affect therapy. Factors contributing to hospital readmission have rarely been sought from the patient perspective. Furthermore, it is unclear how patients and physicians compare in identifying factors contributing to readmission. The authors sought to to identify and compare factors contributing to hospital readmission identified by patients and physicians by surveying participants upon hospital readmission to a teaching medicine service.

Characteristics of Syncope Admissions Among Hospitals of Varying Teaching Intensity

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Previous work suggests that hospitals’ teaching status is correlated with readmission rates, cost of care, and mortality. The degree to which teaching status is associated with the management of syncope has not been studied extensively. The authors sought to characterize the relation between teaching status and inpatient syncope management.

Imaging in Acute Pyelonephritis: Utilization, Findings, and Effect on Management

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity is intended to determine the frequency, timing, and types of imaging obtained in patients with a discharge diagnosis of acute pyelonephritis, and how often imaging findings affect therapy.

Disease Risks Treatment and Control – Blood Pressure Management

Price: $15 | Credits: 1.25

This activity will review the recently published ACC/AHA hypertension clinical practice guideline; Strategic possibilities for the development of new approaches/treatments based on novel pathophysiological mechanisms for CKD progression after state 3/4; and the benefits of various classes of antihypertensive agents demonstrated in clinical trials and what recent guidelines recommend for selection of various antihypertensive classes in diabetes.

Improving the Lives of Southern Patients: Monitoring Blood Pressure and Disease Risks

Price: $15 | Credits: 1.25

This activity will address the clinical uses of two out-of-office blood pressure measurement techniques and the evidence supporting their use in the diagnosis and management of hypertension. Also included will be a discussion about a little-understood aspect of the circulation - its ability to stretch and recoil with each heartbeat, and how failure to do so in a reasonable pressure-flow relationship leads to changes in blood pressure and disposition to death and CVD/CKD. The activity will also address the strengths and weaknesses of electronic health record systems in supporting the clinician in providing safe, comprehensive, state-of-the-art care and opportunities to improve quality and safety efforts, especially for patients with multiple chronic conditions.

Protocols, Strategies, and Programs for the Effective Treatment of Hypertension

This is a free course. Credits: .75

This activity will address practice gaps related to evidence-based treatment of high blood pressure using a description of the Kaiser Permanete Experience, a program that effectively treats individuals with hypertension, with control rates from 85-90%. The session will also provide strategies and interventions to implement and strengthen hypertension control programs in USA and globally using the experience from Million Hearts and the HEARTS technical package.

The Risk Profile of the Southern Patient

Price: $15 | Credits: 1

The cardiovascular disease burden continues to be a major healthcare crisis, particularly in the Southern region of the United States. This activity will focus on evidence-based findings in systems of care with a focus on hypertension, heart disease, diabetes mellitus, stroke, and kidney disease.

Clinical Utility of Routine Chest X-Rays During the Initial Stabilization of Trauma Patients

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

The Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) course encourages the use of chest x-ray (CXR) to identify injuries that may change clinical management during the initial stage of trauma resuscitations. Several studies have failed to show benefit for the routine use of CXR without a clinical indication, however. We sought to validate these findings by determining the incidence of clinically significant findings discovered on a portable single-view CXR during the initial stabilization of trauma patients at a Level 1 trauma center.

A Case-Based Approach to Evaluating and Treating GI Bleeding

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

The evaluation of GI bleeding, especially in complex, elderly individuals, requires a team approach. Evaluation and treatment algorithms are rapidly changing. Through very interactive and practical case presentations, the goal is to update the primary care provider to assist with selection of the best possible alternatives.

Assessing Elevated Liver Function Tests: A Case-Oriented Approach

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

The evaluation of elevated liver function tests can be a challenge for the primary care provider. Indeed 1% to 4% of all patients have elevated liver functions. This session, through very interactive case discussions, will provide a virtual clinical toolbox that will ease the decision making process. 

Update on the Most Recent 2017 ACC/AHA Guideline on Hypertension

Price: $10

Nearly 1 in 3 Americans suffer from hypertension, making it the nation’s #1 most common medical condition. And, in the past, only 58% of patients diagnosed with hypertension were receiving adequate treatment. 

Resistant Hypertension 2018: A New Scientific Paper is Published

Price: $10

Approximately 10-30% of patients fail to have their BP controlled on three antihypertensive agents, one of which is a diuretic appropriate for the patient's kidney function.

Update on Adult Immunizations

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This course will provide an overview of changes in adult immunization schedules and includes guidance about how to advise reluctant patients to become vaccinated.

Key Concepts in Outpatient Antibiotic Selection

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Antibiotics are commonly prescribed in the outpatient setting. Although they can benefit patients with many different types of infection, antibiotics can also cause harm if they are inappropriately prescribed.

10 Cases of Fever – 10 Lessons Learned

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Fever is a hallmark of inflammation but its presence does not mean that there is an infection as the cause. The workup of a fever can also be perplexing to both patients and clinicians.

Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Cardiopulmonary Disease

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Despite numerous studies documenting the benefits of an ultrasound-enhanced bedside examination, focused or "point-of-care" ultrasound (POCUS) is underutilized, particularly among hospitalists and general practitioners. Cardiopulmonary disease is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality as well as healthcare spending. Use of cardiopulmonary POCUS has significant potential to enhance diagnostic accuracy for these conditions and improve patient care

Orthopedics: Sports Medicine

Price: $10 | Credits: 1.00

In the world of sports medicine, there are, at present, best practices that have been learned in numerous venues from the Olympic Games to high school and age group sports as well as professional athletics. The ability to deliver organized care and screening to the active population is imperative for appropriate safety, clinical interventions, and outcomes.

Newer Orthopedic Modalities & Therapies

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

New and intriguing developments that are in trials will potentially improve, in the future, the ability to appropriately use biologics (stem cells) and other treatments. Examples will be given of several studies that are ongoing to scientifically delineate the safety and effectiveness (or not) of these biologics, and techniques.

An Introduction to Rheumatologic Diseases: Which Ones to Treat, Which Ones to Refer

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

There is a nationwide shortage of rheumatologists; this shortage is even more acute in the southeastern United States, where there is only one rheumatologist for every 60,000 population. As a result, many patients have to travel hours to the closest rheumatologist, and quite often the waiting time can be several months.

Presidential Keynote Speaker: Cardiovascular Disease: Now is the Time to Act Globally

This is a free course. Credits: .75

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the world. Despite the presence of effective strategies, clinicians and health care systems fail to systematically apply these strategies to reduce cardiovascular morbidity and mortality.

Challenges of Physician Leadership

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

In an evolving healthcare system, physicians are now faced with administrative and regulatory burdens. Healthcare today requires innovative, interdisciplinary physician leaders who will envision and shape the future of the business of medicine.

Addressing Hypertension and Diabetes in the Southern Region: The Role of Telemedicine

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

The Southeastern United States lead the nation in prevalence, morbidity, and mortality for hypertension and diabetes. Within this region, there is also a tremendous gap in health equity among rural and low-income patient populations. Interventions using home blood pressure (BP) and glucose monitoring have been successful in lowering BP and hemoglobin A1c.

Pharmacological Therapeutic Advances: From New Pathways to Patient Care

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

Introduction of new drugs in the standard of care continues at a significant rate. Some of these discoveries represent the identification of ways to manipulate novel pathways in disease states. The time lag between discovery and eventual implementation may be significant.

Physician Burnout Bundle Course

Price: $25 | Credits: 1.75

Physician burnout is currently recognized as a significant and growing crisis for the healthcare workforce. Over 65% of physicians are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, and providers have almost a 100% prevalence of burnout over their career lifetime.

Individual Healing in Health Care: Prevent Burnout Through Resilience Building Strategies

Price: $10 | Credits: .50

Physician burnout is currently recognized as a significant and growing crisis for the healthcare workforce. Over 65% of physicians are experiencing at least one symptom of burnout, and providers have almost a 100% prevalence of burnout over their career lifetime.

The National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Burnout is a syndrome characterized by a high degree of emotional exhaustion and depersonalization (ie, cynicism), and a low sense of personal accomplishment at work. Burnout has been linked to self-reported errors, patient dissatisfaction, and a decreased ability to express empathy. Physicians have twice the risk of burnout as the general population and physician satisfaction with work life balance is one-third less than the general population.

Overview of Common Digestive Disorders: Epidemiology and Treatment Guidelines

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Gastrointestinal disorders are responsible for many patient visits and hospitalizations. This overview, followed by interactive case discussions, will inform physicians about current epidemiology and guidelines for screening and treatment of five common issues related to common digestive disorders, including those of the esophagus, stomach, colon, pancreas, and liver.

Bladder Basics

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will facilitate understanding the prevalence of urinary incontinence in women, including common types and their etiology, modalities for screening and early steps in management.

Menopausal Hormone Therapy: Is the Pendulum Swinging Back?

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity, after a short review of the recent literature, will use case presentations to demonstrate appropriate recommendations, decision algorithms, and prescription options for menopausal hormone therapy.

Exercise in an Aging Population

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

The goal of this activity is to provide guidance for clinicians to follow when prescribing exercise in older adults while considering unique characteristics and concerns such as preventing the progression of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis in this population. A rationale for pre-exercise screening prior to initiating an exercise program in patients will also be discussed.

Helping Your Patients Select Food Plans Wisely

Price: $10

The number of diets suggested on the internet is increasing almost as rapidly as the prevalence of obesity. This session will sort out food plans and strategies for change that are proven to be useful to prolong life.

Hypertension Guidelines Update: Where Are We Now?

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Given the magnitude of the changes in the recently updated ACC-AHA Guidelines, this activity will review the evidence-based medicine that led to the changes proposed and describe the clinical applicability of the guidelines.

Cardiovascular Disease Update: Hypertension, Cardiac Disease, Stroke

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Cardiovascular Disease continues to be the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States and now globally. Hypertension also remains one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease including heart disease (coronary heart disease, congestive heart failure, left ventricular hypertrophy, and arrhythmias) and cerebrovascular disease (stroke).

The Preparticipation Exam and Further Evaluation and Management of Concussions in Adolescents

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will discuss the use of the preparticipation exam (PPE) for the recognition of at-risk adolescent athletes as well as the earlier evaluation and assessment of the concussed patient.

OB/GYN Cases That Taught Me Something New This Year

Price: $10 | Credits: .75

Each year a patient (or patients) will present to your office with a diagnosis that surprises you, escapes you, or forces you to research something about which you knew little. In this activity, cases on 3 – 4 such patients with problems which range from unusual headaches to unexpected allergic reactions to unanticipated ultrasound findings will be presented.

Cancer Screening Update: Paps, Mammos, Ovaries

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and is second only to lung cancer as a cause of cancer-related death. Ovarian cancer, which accounts for only 3% of reproductive tract cancers, causes more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system.

Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) for the Generalist: How it is Used and Why it Matters

Price: $10 | Credits: 2

This introduction to POCUS will serve as a broad overview for those not familiar with its use or the emerging technologies and trends in medical education. The content will emphasize core concepts needed for scanning at the bedside and the physics behind ultrasound, and will utilize numerous clinical cases to ensure relevance to daily practice is appreciated.

Cases in Osteoporosis/Managing Thyroid Disorders in Older Patients

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Using illustrative cases, this activity will highlight new developments in osteoporosis therapy, as well as different approaches and new methods to manage thyroid disease in older patients.

Management of Chronic Medical Conditions: Pre and Post Conception: What’s Different?

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Healthcare professionals are skilled at treating common medical problems. However, in pregnancy, physiologic changes occur allowing fetal impact of diseases as well as medications to treat them. Providers need to recognize these changes in order to affectively and appropriately manage and treat their patients.

Management of Chronic Conditions: Diabetes Types 1 & 2, Obesity, and Dyslipidemia

Price: $10 | Credits: 1.5

An overview of new medications, devices, and examples of their appropriate use for both Type 1 and Type 11 Diabetes is discussed. The new guidelines in the management of dyslipidemia and new evidence-based medicine suggesting that in certain individuals with dyslipidemia more aggressive reduction in LDL-cholesterol should be achieved is also presented.

Contraceptive Update

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will review recent contraceptive updates for hormonal, non-hormonal, and surgical options.

Mental Health of Pre-Menopausal Women (Post-partum Depression, Anxiety, Addiction Disorders)

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Disorders that are present before pregnancy or recurring along with disorders that emerge during pregnancy or in the postpartum period are all considered perinatal mental illness. Early detection and management of these disorders are important for the well-being of women and their offspring.

Managing Exercise During Pregnancy

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Pregnancy has evolved as a contributor to the worldwide obesity epidemic and multiple related maternal and fetal comorbidities. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recognizes that sedentary lifestyle is a health risk for women, and guidelines for exercise were recently updated.

Infertility: Patient Evaluation, Treatment & Advice for the Non-Infertility Specialist

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will address recommendations for timing of evaluation, guidelines for general testing of the infertile couple and consideration of a role for targeted testing in some. Primary care treatments and when to refer to a specialist will be reviewed.

Adolescent Gynecology-Pelvic Pain and the Menstrual Cycle: Not Just Little Adults

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

This activity will review the gynecologic etiologies for both acute and chronic pelvic pain as well as the available medical and surgical treatment options. The menstrual cycle in adolescent females will also be discussed.

Early Diagnosis Saves Lives: Endocrinology Screening, Thyroid, Pituitary, Bone Diseases, and Hypertension

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Illustrative cases will be used to demonstrate diagnostic and therapeutic interventions while explaining new therapies and medications of certain thyroid, pituitary, and metabolic disorders in young women. the effectiveness of using a simple and standardized pharmacologic formulary and treatment algorithm in the management of hypertension will also be highlighted.

Adolescent Sexual Health

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

During this activity, adolescent sexual health including counseling patients about methods to reduce sexual risk behaviors and unintended pregnancies, screening for sexually transmitted infections, and the importance of the HPV vaccination will be discussed.

Teens, Trauma & Turmoil: Forging Resilience in Adolescent Girls

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

By mid-adolescence, girls are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with a mood disorder as boys, with the prevalence at adult levels, 14 to 20 percent. Serious issues that are directly associated with teenage depression and anxiety include suicidal thinking (or behavior), and substance abuse.

Driving and Patients with Dementia

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Driving is often a sensitive issue that may pose significant risks to the patient and community. Agnosia, apraxia, and easy distractibility make it unsafe for the patient with Alzheimer’s disease to drive.

Agnosia Interferes with Daily Hygiene in Patients with Dementia

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Caregivers of patients with dementia often state that they do not know when a catastrophic reaction will unexpectedly erupt. They find themselves sucked in, unable to change course and unable to avoid or change the catastrophic outcome.

Fronto-Temporal Dementia, Diabetes Mellitus & Excessive Eating

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Diabetes mellitus is common among older people. Hypoglycemia is a sign of poorly controlled diabetes mellitus and may lead to irritability, agitation, anxiety, hunger and an excessive food intake, which in turn may make the control of diabetes more difficult.

Insomnia and Mild Cognitive Impairment

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Insomnia is a common problem in older people, especially in patients with dementia whose circadian rhythm is often impaired. Insomnia exerts such a toll on caregivers that it is often the main reason for seeking to institutionalize their loved ones with dementia.

Visual Hallucinations and Paranoid Delusions

Price: $10.00 | Credits: 1

Visual well-formed hallucinations, fluctuations in the level of cognition and alertness and extrapyramidal signs are core features of dementia with Lewy bodies. Some patients realize that what they are seeing or hearing are just hallucinations and learn to accept them.

Impulsive, Disinhibited Behavior—Dining in a Restaurant

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Dining in a restaurant with a loved one who has dementia can be an ordeal, especially if the expectations of the caregiver do not match those of the patient and the restaurant environment is not suitable for patients with dementia.

Repetitive Questioning II

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Repetitive questioning is a major problem for caregivers, particularly taxing if they are unable to recognize and understand the reasons why their loved one keeps asking the same question over and over again.

Repetitive Questioning Exasperates Caregivers

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Repetitive questioning is a frequent problem in patients with Alzheimer’s disease resulting from their poor attention span and impaired short-term memory. A number of factors may trigger and maintain repetitive questioning. Caregivers should try identifying and addressing the underlying reason(s) for repetitive questioning.

Patients with Dementia Are Easily Distracted

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) is the middle ground between normal, age-appropriate memory impairment and dementia. Whereas patients with MCI are able to cope with the memory deficit those with dementia are not: their memory impairment and other cognitive deficits are of sufficient magnitude to interfere with the patients’ ability to cope independently with daily activities.

Hallucinations Are Real to Patients with Dementia

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

In this case study, we present a patient with preexistent posttraumatic stress disorder and psychosis who has been recently diagnosed with Dementia with Lewy Bodies. He is experiencing vivid hallucinations. What went wrong between him and his wife as a result of these hallucinations is presented. Alternative actions that could have been used are suggested.

Patients with Dementia are Easy Victims to Predators

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Patients with dementia, especially Alzheimer’s disease and particularly those in early stages, are susceptible to become victims of predators: Their agnosia prevents them from detecting and accurately interpreting subtle signals that otherwise would have alerted them that they are about to fall for a scam. Furthermore, their judgment is impaired very early in the disease process, often before other symptoms manifest themselves and usually before a diagnosis is made.

Too Many Choices Confuse Patients with Dementia

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

In this case study, we describe how an essentially simple benign task (choosing a dress to wear) can rapidly escalate and result in a catastrophic outcome. We examine what went wrong in the patient/caregiver interaction and how that potentially catastrophic situation could have been avoided or defused

Intimate Partner Violence

Price: $10.00 | Credits: .75

The goal of this session is to provide clinicians with screening techniques, communication skills, community resources for victims, and skills to recognize patients who may be suffering from depression or other associated health issues related to domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Management and Surviorship

Price: $20.00 | Credits: 1.25

Domestic violence is frequently encountered by healthcare providers and should be addressed properly. Victims are often not recognized, and lack of knowledge on adequately identifying domestic violence is commonly presented as a barrier.

Identification and Management of Tumor Protein p53 Gene Carriers Detected Through Multigene Panel Testing

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Technological advances made possible through next-generation sequencing-based tests have led to a broad approach to testing for multiple genes simultaneously (called multigene panel testing), including those for which the patient does not meet clinical testing criteria.

Early Postoperative Complications After Oncoplastic Reduction

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Breast-conserving surgery with adjuvant radiation therapy (BCT) has been established as safe oncologically. Oncoplastic breast surgery uses both oncologic and plastic surgery techniques for breast conservation to improve cosmetic outcomes. In this study, the risk factors associated with complications after oncoplastic breast reduction is evaluated.

Genomic Assays in Ductal Carcinoma In Situ: Implications for Management Decisions

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is a noninvasive form of breast cancer with an unpredictable risk of either progression to invasive disease or recurrence. The typical treatment of DCIS occurs at the time of diagnosis, which results in the overtreatment of certain patients with a low propensity for disease progression or recurrence.

Hematologic Malignancies Discovered on Investigation of Breast Abnormalities

Price: $10 | Credits: 1

Hematological malignancies of the breast share a presentation similar to primary breast carcinomas but differ substantially in therapeutic approach and clinical outcomes. In this study, the frequency of hematological malignancies, their relative primary and secondary occurrences, and further characterization of the distinct histopathologies of these malignancies with a special focus on lymphomas are investigated.

2017 The Opioid Epidemic: Tools for Solutions

Price: $30 | Credits: 3

Healthcare providers who encounter patients seeking prescription medications or routinely provide care to manage pain need to be able to recognize signs of addiction and identify manipulative patient behaviors, and know appropriate options to assist with managing these patients.