Opioid CME - Meet WI DSPS Requirement

Have you made plans for your required opioid training?

Be sure to do it soon:

To continue to be able to prescribe opioids for your patients’ acute or chronic pain, you must meet the two-credit Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services’ New Continuing Medical Education Requirement. The requirement is still in effect for the current renewal period for Wisconsin physicians who hold an active DEA number for prescribing controlled substances.

There are numerous options for this training. But this is the only one presented by Family Physicians for Family Physicians. Your fellow FPs know the information you need and want most.

Our course is divided into three convenient sessions and can be viewed live or recorded, when you have time, or all at once.

Responsible Opioid Prescribing - Webinar Series

Stay tuned for future course dates

Presenters: Cheri Olson, MD and Karen Hulbert, MD

$60 WAFP Members
$120 non-WAFP Members

  • Provided in conjunction with the Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association
  • Approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS)
  • Attend the live sessions for an interactive learning experience and the opportunity to ask questions of our expert speakers

To build on the success of last year's course we have updated our course materials to include:

  • A review of the state of Wisconsin's 12 guidelines for opioids prescribing
  • Updated information relevant to your family medicine practice
  • Updated case studies to provide accurate examples and best practices

We will be offering this course multiple times over the course of the next year. Stay tuned for future course dates.

This Live series activity, Wisconsin Responsible Opioids Prescribing - Live Series, from 11/01/2018 - 10/31/2019, has been reviewed and is acceptable for credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Each of the three sessions of the course is approved for 0.75 AAFP Prescribed credits.

By participating in all 3 sessions of the course you will earn 2.25 credits and meet the Wisconsin CME requirement on responsible opioid prescribing.

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