Enduring Materials
5/15/15 - 5/15/18
Lyme Disease in Michigan
Lyme Disease
Objective: 1.Identify risk factors for exposures to Lyme disease in Michigan 2: Interpret patient history, presentation, and/or laboratory testing to make a diagnosis of Lyme disease 3: Apply IDSA guidelines for treatment of Lyme disease and tick-bites 4: List entities required to report Lyme disease to public health authorities in Michigan
Jevon McFadden, MD
Enduring Material
Course Director: Kimberly Signs, DVM
Target Audience: Local/regional primary care physicians, specialty physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners in EM, FM, Peds
For details on how to participant in this activity, please contact Rebecca by email or by telephone at 517-335-8165. You may also click on the link www.michigan.gov/lymeinfo from within the activity information page attached.
5/15/17 - 5/14/20
Maternal 911
Imminent birth
Objective: Upon completion of the Maternal 911 activity, participants will be able to recognize deviations from normal and be able to implement measures to improve patient outcomes; talk through and perform an imminent birth; develop a safe work environment including supplies and equipment needed to provide efficient, quality patient care in a timely manner.
Shelly Betancourt, WHNP-BC
Michelle Becher, DO
Enduring Material
Course Director: Michelle Becher, DO
Target Audience: National OB/GYN physicians, midwives, nurses and medical students
For details on this activity, please contact Shelly
3/01/16 - 2/28/19
Risk Management Monthly Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Objective: After completing the monthly issues of Emergency Medical Abstracts, participants will be able to apply literature-based recommendations to the provision of patient care and adjust their practices in order to promote improved patient outcomes.
W. Richard Bukata, MD
Gregory Henry, MD
Enduring Material
Course Director: W. Richard Bukata, MD
Target Audience: National specialty physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners in the specialty of emergency medicine.
For details on this activity, please contact Geraldine by email or by telephone at 800-458-4779.