CME Outfitters To Launch Live and On Demand Activity on Assessment, Prevention, and Management of Opioid-Induced Constipation

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CME Outfitters, along with physician experts Steven P. Stanos, and Anthony J. Lembo welcome registration for the upcoming Live and On Demand Program on Opioid-Induced Constipation

CME Outfitters (CMEO), a leading accredited provider in continuing medical education, announces its upcoming Live and On Demand activity: Insights Into the Assessment, Prevention, and Management of Opioid Induced Constipation. The live program will launch on Thursday, June 25th at 12:00pm ET. Faculty experts Steven P. Stanos, Jr., DO, and Anthony J. Lembo, MD will lead an interactive one-hour discussion that will narrow gaps in the management of OIC by highlighting how to implement an assessment and diagnosis of OIC, assess and select a treatment plan to include new and emerging agents, and create a strategy to proactively engage patients in conversations regarding bowel management. Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, nurses, and other health care professionals who manage patients with opioid-induced constipation are encouraged to register.

CMEO’s Live and On Demand format is an online and mobile 90-minute, live, panel discussion that offers cutting-edge insights from national experts. This live interactive broadcast is a key differentiator and unique to CMEO online activities. Clinicians will have the opportunity to engage in real time with faculty and with peers through Q&A and Twitter. Included in the 90-minute activity is a special 30-minute Q&A segment designed to provide learners time to ask additional questions, interact with the experts, and share challenges via phone, by using the Q&A widget on the web interface, email, or Twitter.

At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:

  •     Create and employ a strategy to adequately identify and diagnose opioid-induced constipation (OIC) in patients who utilize opioids.
  •     Assess and select treatment options for patients with opioid-induced constipation (OIC).
  •     Execute a communication plan by routinely asking patients about their bowel patterns while taking opioids in order to identify, prevent, and monitor opioid-induced constipation (OIC).

Click here for more information about the faculty, financial support, credit information, disclosures, and to register.

About CME Outfitters, LLC
CME Outfitters develops and distributes live, recorded and web-based, outcomes- and evidence-based educational activities to thousands of clinicians each year and offers expert accreditation and outcome services for non-accredited organizations. CME Outfitters focuses on delivering education to specialty audiences, with strong expertise in neuroscience, inflammatory, infectious, and autoimmune diseases, and cardiovascular disease. For a complete list of certified activities and more information, visit http://www.cmeoutfitters.com or call 877.CME.PROS (877.263.7767).

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