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Agenda

Agenda

Improving Pain Management and Long Term Outcomes Following High Energy Orthopedic Trauma (PAIN Study) Research Coordinator Training PIs: Renan Castillo, PhD Srinivasa N. Raja , MD J. Lawrence Marsh, MD. Agenda. Screening Patients Enrollment Scenarios Initiating Drugs for Study

By elina
(914 views)

Evidence-based chiropractic and documentation

Evidence-based chiropractic and documentation

Evidence-based chiropractic and documentation. Good clinical documentation . A record of a patient’s subjective complaints, objective findings, assessment, and plan for case management Should represent the thought processes involved in patient care Provides evidence of the patient’s progress.

By prem
(270 views)

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST): A National and Statewide Initiative

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST): A National and Statewide Initiative

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST): A National and Statewide Initiative. 4 th Annual Palliative Care Conference June 15, 2010 Elizabeth Balsam Hart, MD David F. Giansiracusa, MD Ross Wadland, MD. Acknowledgements. We have no financial relationships to disclose

By lassie
(325 views)

The Pendulum Swings: A Rational Approach to Narcotic Prescribing in the ED

The Pendulum Swings: A Rational Approach to Narcotic Prescribing in the ED

The Pendulum Swings: A Rational Approach to Narcotic Prescribing in the ED. May 1, 2014. David J. Adinaro MD, MAEd , FACEP Chief, Emergency Medicine, SJRMC President, NJ-ACEP. SOCIAL MEDIA. @NJACEP (#NJACEP2014) Facebook (NJ-ACEP Page) NJEmergencyDocs.com (blog).

By ekram
(93 views)

Observation Charges

Observation Charges

Observation Charges. April 2006. Tutorial. Start. Instructions. Page 1. Contents Instructions Objectives Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Observation Section 3: Medications Section 4: Blood Section 5: Vaccines and Assessments Section 6: ICM Protocol Quiz.

By kyna
(533 views)

Improving the care of your patients through the use of medication reconciliation

Improving the care of your patients through the use of medication reconciliation

Improving the care of your patients through the use of medication reconciliation. PRISM 5, May 8 th , 2008 Christopher Wellins, MD, MS GPMG Cape Elizabeth Center for Performance Improvement MMC. Goals. Understand what is meant by medication reconciliation.

By bernard
(357 views)

Michigan Prehospital Pediatric Continuous Quality Improvement Project

Michigan Prehospital Pediatric Continuous Quality Improvement Project

Michigan Prehospital Pediatric Continuous Quality Improvement Project. William D. Fales, MD, FACEP Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies.

By yamin
(130 views)

April 26, 2007 Workers’ Compensation Panel

April 26, 2007 Workers’ Compensation Panel

April 26, 2007 Workers’ Compensation Panel. WC Panel Participants. Gail Blevins – Workers’ Compensation Manager – CCBCC Charlie BonDurant – Director of Claims & Litigation – CCBCC Dr. Craig Brigham – OrthoCarolina Andrew Ussery – Defense Counsel - McAngus Goudelock & Courie

By collin
(140 views)

Goals

Goals

Goals. Discuss possible pain intervention for CRIT case Describe opioid side effects Initiate opioid therapy, convert from iv to po and calculate breakthrough dosing. Case. Mrs. HH. is an 84-year old woman admitted with perforated diverticulitis, awaiting surgery.

By elden
(129 views)

The Excretory System

The Excretory System

The Excretory System. By Tia Guy. Functions. The Excretory’s functions are: Getting rid of waste Stores liquid waste Absorbs nutrients, water, and minerals. Major Parts of the Excretory System. Lungs Kidneys Urinary Bladder Ureter Urethra Liver Skin.

By shaw
(104 views)

Moonlight Medicine

Moonlight Medicine

Moonlight Medicine. Adrian Paul J Rabe, MD. 8 Targets of Moonlight Medicine. Infectious Disease Cardiovascular Medicine Pulmonary Medicine Endocrinology Gastroenterology Poisons and Snakebites Pain Medication Electrolyte Correction. Infectious Disease. Infectious Disease. URTI

By hue
(195 views)

Ronald F. Hayden, MD Ann E. McDonald, MN John F. Rogers, Esq Alex N. Sabo, MD

Ronald F. Hayden, MD Ann E. McDonald, MN John F. Rogers, Esq Alex N. Sabo, MD

Improving Clinical Effectiveness and Risk Control in Chronic Pain Management: The Berkshire County Experience. Ronald F. Hayden, MD Ann E. McDonald, MN John F. Rogers, Esq Alex N. Sabo, MD Berkshire Health Systems, Inc. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Disclosure.

By barbra
(135 views)

Ethical Issues Implicating the Medical Boards

Ethical Issues Implicating the Medical Boards

Ethical Issues Implicating the Medical Boards. Mitchell D. Forman, D.O., FACR, FACOI, FACP Dean & Professor Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine Weldon (Don) Havins, M.D., J.D., FACS Professor & Director, Medical Jurisprudence

By zarita
(117 views)

Culture, Gender, and Generational Diversity

Culture, Gender, and Generational Diversity

Culture, Gender, and Generational Diversity. Communication Barriers Rebecca Heiremann Viktoriya Matsko Ashley Seeley. Goals and Objectives. Expanding the knowledge of communication barriers and principles: Stereotyping Cultural Diversity Gender Diversity Generational Diversity.

By dinh
(235 views)

Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Bites and Stings. Animal and Human Bites. Determine if victim was exposed to rabies. Spread through saliva by bite or lick Consider rabies if Animal attacked without provocation Animal was behaving strangely High-risk species

By neo
(135 views)

Viral Meningitis!!

Viral Meningitis!!

Viral Meningitis!! . By: Andrea Miller. Background. Inflammation of membranes (meninges) and cerebrospinal fluids. Viral meningitis. Milder than bacterial Usually clears on own within 2 weeks. Causes . Nonpolio-enteroviruses cause 90% of viral meningitis Arboviruses  accounts for 5%.

By lev
(481 views)

Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Bites and Stings. Animal and Human Bites. Determine if victim was exposed to rabies. Spread through saliva by bite or lick Consider rabies if Animal attacked without provocation Animal was behaving strangely High-risk species

By diallo
(197 views)

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

Trauma: early assessment Charles Perrotta, M.D. With thanks to Mike McBride, M.D. who provided many of the slides. Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Treats all patients evacuated from both combat theaters The only ACS trauma center outside the US

By osric
(59 views)

ACPM Corporate Roundtable ACPM Update

ACPM Corporate Roundtable ACPM Update

ACPM Corporate Roundtable ACPM Update. Friday, February 24, 2012 │ 1 :00-5:00 p.m. Michael Barry, CAE ACPM Executive Director. Today’s Objectives. Provide brief updates on: ACPM initiatives CMSS-ABMS discussions re: CME, MOC, ACA Physicians Payment Sunshine Act.

By tallys
(103 views)

Promoting Comfort: Moving Beyond Pain Management

Promoting Comfort: Moving Beyond Pain Management

Promoting Comfort: Moving Beyond Pain Management. Tara Foote RN, BSN, OCN. Objectives. Identify several nonpharmacological interventions to promote patient comfort Understand the importance of nursing presence in alleviating suffering

By effie
(124 views)

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