Online Courses

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Child Abuse Series: Abusive Head Trauma
Air Date: 05-03-17 Specialties: Family Medicine, Pediatrics (All)
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This presentation will provide staff with information on what abusive head trauma means and who will most likely be the victims and perpetrators most likely will be. The information is based from national data from KidsHealth, and the data can be supplemented by presenters on local data and information. The presentation will also cover what happens to the infant during the event and signs/symptoms if the infant comes to the hospital. Author(s): Kirk Morgan, Child Fatality Prevention Specialist
2017 Physician and Allied Health Safety Handbook
Air Date: 03-15-17 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

The 2017 Physician and Allied Health Safety Handbook is a reference guide that was developed to inform physicians and allied health providers of hospital policies, procedures, initiatives, and regulatory guidelines.
Pain Management Update
Air Date: 03-27-17 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

The activity gives an overview of the different types of pain, pain management, and treatment options. Author(s): Michael Creamer, DO, FAAPMR
Domestic Violence 2017
Air Date: 03-02-17 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (2.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (2.00 hours)

Improved education in areas of domestic violence and improve responses by providers and nurses to domestic violence.

 


Author(s): Deborah O. Day, Psy.D.
Big Aortas in Small People: Aortic Root Aneurysms in Pediatric Patients
Air Date: 02-16-17 Specialties: Cardiology
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module discusses aortic root aneurysms in pediatric patients, diagnostic groups who develop aneurysms in the pediatric population, indications for aortic root intervention, and the different surgical techniques for this disease. Author(s): Luca A. Vricella, MD, FACS
POLST: Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment
Air Date: 11-30-16 Specialties: All, Critical Care, Palliative Care
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.50 hours)

This module focuses on end-of-life discussions with patients.  A 45-minute presentation by Dr. Patricia Bomba using the National POLST Paradigm as an approach to end-of-life planning based on conversations between patients, loved ones, and health care professionals to ensure the patient's wishes are documented and honored.  Next, is a 45-minute panel discussion about end-of-life planning with leading experts in critical care, palliative care and ethics. Author(s): Tanveer Mir, MD and Patricia Bomba, MD
Death Reporting and Certification
Air Date: 12-07-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module helps to understand why death needs to be certified, how to define the cause and manner of death, who is responsible for certification and Florida laws and the role of the Medical Examiner. Author(s): Gary Lee Utz, MD
Implicit Bias and its Impact on Behavior
Air Date: 11-27-16 Specialties: All, Allied Health
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.50 hours)

This module refers to the implicit (or unconscious) bias to favoritism or aversion toward a particular group driven by attitudes and stereotypes that the person is neither aware of nor able to exhibit conscious control over.  Implicit bias is directly tied and well-documented to differential treatment of patients.  This session introduces participants to the concept of implicit bias and the data supporting its role in healthcare outcomes, to data on best practices, and to assist medical educators in identifying ways to incorporate this concept into their clinical training.

Author(s): Michael Nair-Collins, PhD
Physician Onboarding: Success at Florida Hospital
Air Date: 10-17-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.00 hours)

This module discusses how to succeed at Florida Hospital.

NOTE:  This is a Non-CME Module


Physician Onboarding: Navigating Inpatient Resources at Florida Hospital
Air Date: 10-13-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module provides information related to some inpatient services at Florida Hospital, including the Care Management Team, Dietary, Pharmacy, and Interpreter Services. Author(s): Various
Physician Onboarding: Patient Experience
Air Date: 10-06-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module educates physicians on best practices for communication with patients through the iCare model, physician nurse rounding, and service recovery models. Author(s): Maximiliaan Lang
Physician Onboarding: The Center for Physician Well Being
Air Date: 10-05-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.00 hours)

This module reviews the Center for Physician Well Being.

NOTE:  This is a Non-CME Module


Author(s): Kathy Gibney, PhD
Physician Onboarding: Reducing Risk and Maintaining Safety: Physician Role
Air Date: 10-05-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module is designed to inform providers of the roles of the risk management department, the process and importance of reporting adverse events, and policies around disclosure, DNR, and other related policies. Author(s): Frances Nash, MA, MBA, LHRM, CPHRM
Physician Onboarding: Hospitalist Communication with Community Patients: Post Acute Care Strategies
Air Date: 10-03-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.00 hours)

This module reviews Hospitalist communication within Florida Hospital.

NOTE:  This is a Non-CME Module


Author(s): Timothy J. Pursley, MD
Physician Onboarding: Hospitalist Metrics
Air Date: 10-03-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module reviews the Hospitalist metrics for quality, safety, value, and reliability to meet Adventist Health System's goals for all AHS patients receiving top quartile care. Author(s): Brent Box, MD
Physician Onboarding: Physician Informatics and Clinical Documentation Integrity
Air Date: 09-23-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module gives physicians information on how to navigate the patient's electronic medical record (EMR) efficiently and effectively through power plans, favorite orders, the health information exchanges, as well as how to maximize their documentation in the EMR to ensure accurate timely documentation of their patient's true clinical picture. Author(s): Maria Levy and Janice Cromer
Physician Onboarding: Glycemic Management
Air Date: 09-20-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module reviews best practices for glycemic management at Florida Hospital, including use of PowerPlans, appropriate use of oral diabetic medications and insulin algorithms. Author(s): Damon Tanton, MD
Physician Onboarding: Palliative Care
Air Date: 09-20-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module covers Palliative Care, its benefit to healthcare, and when it is appropriate to do advanced care planning.
Author(s): Tanveer Mir, MD
Physician Onboarding: HAI's (Hospital Acquired Infections)
Air Date: 09-20-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module reviews healthcare acquired infections (HAI's) in the hospital and strategies to reduce HAI's and improve patient outcomes.
Author(s): Vincent Hsu, MD
Physician Onboarding: Sepsis Bundle
Air Date: 09-20-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (0.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (0.50 hours)

This module reviews sepsis in the hospital setting and strategies to reduce it and improve patient outcomes.

 


Author(s): Jeffrey Kuhlman, MD
Introduction to Palliative Care
Air Date: 07-26-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module discusses the importance of communication and practical application of end-of-life care in graduate medical education and medical practice. Author(s): Tanveer Mir, MD
Blood Utilization: Transfusion Guidelines (Waterman)
Air Date: 04-05-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module discusses the Blood Utilization: Transfusion Guidelines and is a required course for Florida Hospital Waterman.


Retroperitoneal Hemorrhage: Complications Following Diagnostic and Interventional Procedures
Air Date: 06-14-16 Specialties: Cardiology
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module data shows a higher than desired level of complications, including retroperitoneal hemorrhage and pseudoaneurysm, following diagnostic and interventional cardiac procedures.  We would like to have a decreased rate of complications related to diagnostic and interventional cardiac procedures, including an overall decrease in mortality from such complications. Author(s): Karan Reddy, MD
2016 - 2017 Prevention of Medical Errors
Air Date: 03-02-17 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (2.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (2.00 hours)

This module fulfills the renewal requirement for physicians in Florida covering the 2017 licensure term. This module does not meet the nursing board requirements. Author(s): Victor Herrera, MD
Know Sepsis: Time is Organs 2016 (Waterman)
Air Date: 02-24-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module provides an overview of patients with signs and symptoms of sepsis, severe sepsis, or septic shock that will be managed according to the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines.

This is a required course for Florida Hospital Waterman.




Author(s): Marni L. Evans, PharmD, BCPS
Formal Peer Review Process
Air Date: 01-29-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module is required education for Medical Staff Reviewer's mandated by Florida Hospital's Medical Staff Bylaws prior to medical staff participation in formal peer review process and other peer review activities. Author(s): Steven Dukes, MD
The Commercial Driver Medical Exam: A Comprehensive Review
Air Date: 02-02-16 Specialties: Family Medicine
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (4.25 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (4.25 hours)

Medical guidance regarding the minimal medical qualifications for commercial motor vehicle drivers.

 After completing the introduction module of this lecture series, the participant will be able to recall:

  • The background, rational, and mission of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
  • The commercial motor vehicle driver's responsibilities and work.
  • The required components of the certifying exam including driver's identification, health history, and the physical examination.
  • To request that driver obtain additional testing or specialist opinions when indicated.
  • The requirement to inform and educate a driver regarding disease states and medications that can affect safe driving.
  • FMCSA documentation and reporting requirements.

Author(s): Tim Hendrix, MD
Sepsis: Early Recognition and Treatment
Air Date: 09-06-16 Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.50 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.50 hours)

Sepsis - Early Recognition and Treatment

Educational Objectives:

  • Understand the impact of sepsis on hospital competence.
  • Improve the recognition of patients with sepsis.
  • Learn evidence based strategies to improve the diagnosis and treatment of sepsis.

After you have viewed the presentation, click on the "Post-Test" folder to the left and complete. Once you have completed both the presentation and post-test, close this window and return to your My CME page, select the Evaluation option and complete.

You must complete the evaluation to receive CME credit and print your certificate.


Author(s): Mitchell Levy, MD
Patient Blood Management: An Evidenced-Based Approach to the Practice of Transfusion Medicine
Air Date: 08-09-16 Specialties: All
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module is based on Patient Blood Management: An Evidence-Based Approach to the Practice of Transfusion Medicine. Author(s): Juliana Gaitan, MD
Radioactive I-125 Seed Localization of Non-Palpable Breast Lesions at Florida Hospital
Air Date: 02-01-16 Specialties: All, Radiation Oncology, Radiology, Surgery (All)
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module is required by Florida Hospital Physicians that provide Radioactive I-125 Seed Localization of Non-Palpable Breast Lesions.

Author(s): Mark S. Seddon, MP, DABR, DABMP Radiation Safety Officer
Inpatient Glycemic Management (Waterman)
Air Date: 01-29-16 Specialties: Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Hematology/Oncology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedics
Credits: Physician AMA PRA Category 1™ (1.00 hours), Non-Physician (includes PA, ARNP) (1.00 hours)

This module discusses important aspects of gylcemic management including subcutaneous insulin pumps, oral diabetes medications, and insulin options.

This is a required course for Florida Hospital Waterman.


Educational Objectives:
  • Recognize the scope and impact of inpatient glycemic dysregulation.
  • Identify the barriers and challenges to achieving inpatient glycemic control.
  • Review the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist (AACE) and American Diabetes Association (ADA) recommendations/guidelines for glycemic control.
  • Apply the latest clinical recommendations, strategies, and protocols for glycemic management in the inpatient setting.

After you have viewed the presentation, click on the "Post-Test" folder to the left and complete. Once you have completed both the presentation and post-test, close this window and return to your My CME page, select the Evaluation option and complete.

You must complete the evaluation to receive CME credit and print your certificate.