Applied Clinical Education

Applied Clinical Education Applied Clinical Education (ACE) is dedicated to the development and implementation of certified Continuing Medical Education (CME) activities that are designed to meet and respond to specific needs of healthcare professionals.

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CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surger...
01/15/2021
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Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surgery: Neuromuscular Blockade and Its Reversal

Target Audience🎯
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB).

Educational Objectives📌
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
1. Identify risk factors for rNMB that should be considered when selecting patients for ambulatory surgery
2. Compare the efficacy and safety of neuromuscular blockade reversal strategies used in ambulatory surgery
3. Integrate strategies for prevention of rNMB into care for patients in the ambulatory surgery setting
4. Design effective interdisciplinary communication strategies to improve postsurgical patient handoffs

https://www.cmezone.com/CU202

Curtis Choice, MD (Chair)Assistant ProfessorDepartment of AnesthesiologyAlbert Einstein College of MedicineDirector, Division of Ambulatory AnesthesiaDirector of AnesthesiologyMontefiore Hutch Ambulatory Surgery CenterClinical Director, Preoperative Services for Hutch Tower II PAT ClinicMontefiore M...

Preventing Postoperative Pulmonary Complications in Patients Receiving Neuromuscular BlockadeTarget Audience---------Thi...
01/15/2021

Preventing Postoperative Pulmonary Complications in Patients Receiving Neuromuscular Blockade

Target Audience---------

This activity is intended for anesthesiologists, certified registered nurse anesthetists, and hospital pharmacists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade.

Educational Objectives----------
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
📌Describe patient- and health system–level consequences of pulmonary complications resulting from residual neuromuscular blockade
📌Relate evidence for various neuromuscular blockade recovery strategies to postsurgical clinical outcomes
📌Integrate evidence-based reversal strategies into practice that minimize the risk of postoperative pulmonary complications

https://www.cmezone.com/CU203

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert...
01/14/2021

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.

Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert faculty for the Opioid REMS series Managing Opioid Risk on the Front Lines.

After participation, learners will have a better understanding of the foundational concepts of managing pain, review the importance of comprehensive assessment of patients with chronic pain, and be able to create individualized treatment plans for patients with chronic pain.

https://www.cmezone.com/MM203

CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surger...
01/14/2021
Take Activity

CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....

Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surgery: Neuromuscular Blockade and Its Reversal

Target Audience🎯
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB).

Educational Objectives📌
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
1. Identify risk factors for rNMB that should be considered when selecting patients for ambulatory surgery
2. Compare the efficacy and safety of neuromuscular blockade reversal strategies used in ambulatory surgery
3. Integrate strategies for prevention of rNMB into care for patients in the ambulatory surgery setting
4. Design effective interdisciplinary communication strategies to improve postsurgical patient handoffs

https://www.cmezone.com/CU202

Curtis Choice, MD (Chair)Assistant ProfessorDepartment of AnesthesiologyAlbert Einstein College of MedicineDirector, Division of Ambulatory AnesthesiaDirector of AnesthesiologyMontefiore Hutch Ambulatory Surgery CenterClinical Director, Preoperative Services for Hutch Tower II PAT ClinicMontefiore M...

Evaluating the Correlation Between Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal and Pulmonary Outcomes After Surgery: Implications fo...
01/13/2021

Evaluating the Correlation Between Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal and Pulmonary Outcomes After Surgery: Implications for Clinical Practice

1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

This program briefly discusses the incidence and consequences of postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs) and focuses on residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB) as a modifiable risk factor for PPCs. Strategies to reduce the risk for rNMB are outlined, and evidence on the efficacy and safety of neostigmine or sugammadex for reversal of neuromuscular blockade (NMB) is summarized.

Finally, recent data from both randomized controlled trials and database studies on the incidence of PPCs after the administration of neostigmine or sugammadex are reviewed.

Educational Objectives
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
⭐️Cite the incidence of rNMB and PPCs after surgical procedures
⭐️Describe strategies to manage NMB that reduce the risk for rNMB
⭐️Summarize the data on PPCs after administration of neostigmine or sugammadex for reversal of NMB

https://www.cmezone.com/cu207

CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surger...
01/08/2021
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CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....

Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surgery: Neuromuscular Blockade and Its Reversal

Target Audience🎯
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB).

Educational Objectives📌
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
1. Identify risk factors for rNMB that should be considered when selecting patients for ambulatory surgery
2. Compare the efficacy and safety of neuromuscular blockade reversal strategies used in ambulatory surgery
3. Integrate strategies for prevention of rNMB into care for patients in the ambulatory surgery setting
4. Design effective interdisciplinary communication strategies to improve postsurgical patient handoffs

https://www.cmezone.com/CU202

Curtis Choice, MD (Chair)Assistant ProfessorDepartment of AnesthesiologyAlbert Einstein College of MedicineDirector, Division of Ambulatory AnesthesiaDirector of AnesthesiologyMontefiore Hutch Ambulatory Surgery CenterClinical Director, Preoperative Services for Hutch Tower II PAT ClinicMontefiore M...

Buprenorphine in Chronic Pain Management: A New Look at a Familiar Agent GOALThe goal of this activity is to improve hea...
01/07/2021

Buprenorphine in Chronic Pain Management: A New Look at a Familiar Agent

GOAL
The goal of this activity is to improve health-related outcomes by educating clinicians on the use of buprenorphine as an analgesic for the treatment of chronic pain.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. Describe the burden of chronic pain in the United States.
2. Review the efficacy and risks associated with current pharmacologic approaches to the treatment of chronic pain, particularly opioid-related adverse events.
3. Evaluate the role of buprenorphine in the treatment of chronic pain.
4. Compare the safety and efficacy of recently approved and emerging formulations that may improve the administration of buprenorphine.

https://www.cmezone.com/cu206

CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surger...
01/06/2021

CME Activity Expires Soon--Don't Miss your chance to view....

Case Discussions on Improving Outcomes of Ambulatory Surgery: Neuromuscular Blockade and Its Reversal

Target Audience🎯
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists and certified registered nurse anesthetists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB).

Educational Objectives📌
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
1. Identify risk factors for rNMB that should be considered when selecting patients for ambulatory surgery
2. Compare the efficacy and safety of neuromuscular blockade reversal strategies used in ambulatory surgery
3. Integrate strategies for prevention of rNMB into care for patients in the ambulatory surgery setting
4. Design effective interdisciplinary communication strategies to improve postsurgical patient handoffs

https://www.cmezone.com/CU202

Probiotics: Facts and FallaciesDespite advances in the treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, many patients conti...
12/31/2020

Probiotics: Facts and Fallacies

Despite advances in the treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, many patients continue to experience suboptimal outcomes, persistent symptoms, and/or disease progression, coupled with reduced quality of life. The manipulation of human gut microbiota by way of probiotics may represent a viable therapeutic option. However, widespread misconceptions impede probiotic uptake.

This activity reviews key patient inquiries about probiotics and the latest evidence-based answers.

https://www.cmezone.com/CU205

Evaluating the Correlation Between Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal and Pulmonary Outcomes After Surgery: Implications fo...
12/23/2020

Evaluating the Correlation Between Neuromuscular Blockade Reversal and Pulmonary Outcomes After Surgery: Implications for Clinical Practice

1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

This program briefly discusses the incidence and consequences of postoperative pulmonary complications (PPCs) and focuses on residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB) as a modifiable risk factor for PPCs. Strategies to reduce the risk for rNMB are outlined, and evidence on the efficacy and safety of neostigmine or sugammadex for reversal of neuromuscular blockade (NMB) is summarized.
Finally, recent data from both randomized controlled trials and database studies on the incidence of PPCs after the administration of neostigmine or sugammadex are reviewed.

Educational Objectives
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
⭐️Cite the incidence of rNMB and PPCs after surgical procedures
⭐️Describe strategies to manage NMB that reduce the risk for rNMB
⭐️Summarize the data on PPCs after administration of neostigmine or sugammadex for reversal of NMB

https://www.cmezone.com/cu207

CME Activity Deadline Approaching!! Expires at end of month!SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New EvidenceGoal⭐️⭐️⭐️T...
12/21/2020

CME Activity Deadline Approaching!! Expires at end of month!

SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New Evidence

Goal⭐️⭐️⭐️
The goal of this educational activity is to educate health care professionals about safe and effective colonoscopy preparation, including the prevention of electrolyte disturbances and clinical dehydration with the use of available bowel-cleansing regimens.

Audience⭐️⭐️⭐️
Gastroenterologists, primary care physicians, general surgeons, colon and rectal surgeons, and other health care professionals interested in the topic of colonoscopy and appropriate bowel preparation (eg, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants).

Learning Objectives⭐️⭐️⭐️
1. Review best practices for colonoscopy screening in the prevention of colorectal cancer
2. Understand guideline-based recommendations for complete
bowel cleansing to facilitate visualization of polyps/adenomas
3. Recognize the need to individualize the selection of bowel preparation products based on the needs of different population subgroups
4. Discuss safety data regarding risks for hypernatremia and dehydration

https://www.cmezone.com/MM192

Going.......Going.............Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infec...
12/18/2020

Going.......Going.............Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!

Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections

⭐️The effectiveness of many antibiotics has been limited by the emergence of resistance across a range of common pathogens. The World Health Organization listed antimicrobial resistance among its top 10 threats to global health in 2019, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified infections due to CRGN bacteria as being of grave concern.

for more info, please visit: https://www.cmezone.com/CU193

CME Activity Deadline Approaching!!SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New EvidenceGoal⭐️⭐️⭐️The goal of this education...
12/17/2020

CME Activity Deadline Approaching!!

SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New Evidence

Goal⭐️⭐️⭐️
The goal of this educational activity is to educate health care professionals about safe and effective colonoscopy preparation, including the prevention of electrolyte disturbances and clinical dehydration with the use of available bowel-cleansing regimens.

Audience⭐️⭐️⭐️
Gastroenterologists, primary care physicians, general surgeons, colon and rectal surgeons, and other health care professionals interested in the topic of colonoscopy and appropriate bowel preparation (eg, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants).

Learning Objectives⭐️⭐️⭐️
1. Review best practices for colonoscopy screening in the prevention of colorectal cancer
2. Understand guideline-based recommendations for complete
bowel cleansing to facilitate visualization of polyps/adenomas
3. Recognize the need to individualize the selection of bowel preparation products based on the needs of different population subgroups
4. Discuss safety data regarding risks for hypernatremia and dehydration

https://www.cmezone.com/MM192

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections⭐️The effectiveness of ma...
12/16/2020

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!

Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections

⭐️The effectiveness of many antibiotics has been limited by the emergence of resistance across a range of common pathogens. The World Health Organization listed antimicrobial resistance among its top 10 threats to global health in 2019, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified infections due to CRGN bacteria as being of grave concern.

for more info, please visit: https://www.cmezone.com/CU193

CME Activity Expires Soon......Don't Miss Out!!SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New EvidenceGoal⭐️⭐️⭐️The goal of th...
12/11/2020

CME Activity Expires Soon......Don't Miss Out!!

SCOPE: Safe COlonoscopy Preparation: New Evidence

Goal⭐️⭐️⭐️
The goal of this educational activity is to educate health care professionals about safe and effective colonoscopy preparation, including the prevention of electrolyte disturbances and clinical dehydration with the use of available bowel-cleansing regimens.

Audience⭐️⭐️⭐️
Gastroenterologists, primary care physicians, general surgeons, colon and rectal surgeons, and other health care professionals interested in the topic of colonoscopy and appropriate bowel preparation (eg, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants).

Learning Objectives⭐️⭐️⭐️
1. Review best practices for colonoscopy screening in the prevention of colorectal cancer
2. Understand guideline-based recommendations for complete
bowel cleansing to facilitate visualization of polyps/adenomas
3. Recognize the need to individualize the selection of bowel preparation products based on the needs of different population subgroups
4. Discuss safety data regarding risks for hypernatremia and dehydration

https://www.cmezone.com/MM192

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections⭐️The effectiveness of ma...
12/10/2020

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!

Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections

⭐️The effectiveness of many antibiotics has been limited by the emergence of resistance across a range of common pathogens. The World Health Organization listed antimicrobial resistance among its top 10 threats to global health in 2019, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified infections due to CRGN bacteria as being of grave concern.

for more info, please visit: https://www.cmezone.com/CU193

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert...
12/09/2020

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.

Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert faculty for the Opioid REMS series Managing Opioid Risk on the Front Lines.

After participation, learners will have a better understanding of the foundational concepts of managing pain, review the importance of comprehensive assessment of patients with chronic pain, and be able to create individualized treatment plans for patients with chronic pain.

https://www.cmezone.com/MM203

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections⭐️The effectiveness of ma...
12/04/2020

Activity Expires Soon......don't miss out!

Optimizing Therapy In Carbapenem-Resistant Infections
⭐️The effectiveness of many antibiotics has been limited by the emergence of resistance across a range of common pathogens. The World Health Organization listed antimicrobial resistance among its top 10 threats to global health in 2019, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified infections due to CRGN bacteria as being of grave concern.

for more info, please visit: https://www.cmezone.com/CU193

Probiotics: Facts and FallaciesDespite advances in the treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, many patients conti...
12/03/2020

Probiotics: Facts and Fallacies

Despite advances in the treatment of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, many patients continue to experience suboptimal outcomes, persistent symptoms, and/or disease progression, coupled with reduced quality of life. The manipulation of human gut microbiota by way of probiotics may represent a viable therapeutic option. However, widespread misconceptions impede probiotic uptake.

This activity reviews key patient inquiries about probiotics and the latest evidence-based answers.

https://www.cmezone.com/CU205

Preventing Postoperative Pulmonary Complications in Patients Receiving Neuromuscular BlockadeTarget Audience---------Thi...
11/25/2020

Preventing Postoperative Pulmonary Complications in Patients Receiving Neuromuscular Blockade

Target Audience---------
This activity is intended for anesthesiologists, certified registered nurse anesthetists, and hospital pharmacists engaged in the care of patients with residual neuromuscular blockade.

Educational Objectives----------
After completing this activity, the participant should be better
able to:
📌Describe patient- and health system–level consequences of pulmonary complications resulting from residual neuromuscular blockade
📌Relate evidence for various neuromuscular blockade recovery strategies to postsurgical clinical outcomes
📌Integrate evidence-based reversal strategies into practice that minimize the risk of postoperative pulmonary complications

https://www.cmezone.com/CU203

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert...
11/20/2020

Earn free CME credit (.50 per module) and add to your proficiency in managing pain.

Join Charles Argoff, MD and an expert faculty for the Opioid REMS series Managing Opioid Risk on the Front Lines.

After participation, learners will have a better understanding of the foundational concepts of managing pain, review the importance of comprehensive assessment of patients with chronic pain, and be able to create individualized treatment plans for patients with chronic pain.

https://www.cmezone.com/MM203

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ACE is dedicated to the development and implementation of CME activities that meet and respond to explicit needs of healthcare professionals. These activities are designed to advance patient care and foster lifelong learning. They are developed recognizing that optimal CME is highly self-directed, with content, learning methods, and resources selected specifically to improve the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and practices that they apply in their professional lives. Further, ACE is committed to serving in a joint sponsorship capacity with recognized Accredited Providers to ensure that all activities in which it is involved are—and must be—objective, fair-balanced, scientifically rigorous, and free of commercial bias. ACE seeks to advance medical education in pursuing only those educational endeavors that are consistent with this philosophy.

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