Travel-free CME

Wednesdays at Noon

To help meet the needs of busy providers OHSU Continuing Professional Development has developed a series of live, internet-based Continuing Medical Education talks for primary care providers.

Expand the sections below to register to attend each session. There is no fee for registration.

The sessions will be held in Webex Events. If you want more information or need help troubleshooting check the links below.

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About the speaker

Dr. Chesnutt is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at OHSU.  He received his MD form OHSU. Post-graduate training included a Family Practice Residency at USAF Regional Hospital at Elgin Air force Base in Florida.  For his outstanding dedication to continuing medical education and excellence as a teacher, Dr. Chesnutt was recognized as a CME Distinguished Lecturer in 2016.

Pause in Travel-free CME Programming

Starting in October we will be pausing our weekly CME series as we focus our attention on our annual conferences and events.

View the course catalog for overview information and descriptions of all conferences, or our featured events page for detailed schedules and registration info.

Past Sessions

May 6: Prescribing Exercise: The Weekly Recommended Allowance and Tips for Maintaining Compliance

Speaker: Nels Carlson, MD

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May 13: The CBC is Abnormal - Now What???

Speaker: Tom DeLoughery, MD

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Note: due to a recording error, the first 5 minutes of the presentation are missing from the recording.

May 20: COVID-19: PPE and Testing Capacity

Speaker: Robert Dannenhoffer, MD

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May 27: Comprehensive Care Models of Pain

Speaker: Kimberly Mauer, MD

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June 3: Treatment Options for COVID-19

Speaker: Ellie Sukerman, MD

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June 10: Telehealth Primer: The Right Care at the Right Place at the Right Time

Speakers: Anthony Cheng, MD, Miles Ellenby, MD, Gianou Knox, MPH

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June 17: Thin Air Thick Blood: High Altitude Medicine

Speaker: Thomas DeLoughery, MD

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June 24: Building Your Wellness Toolkit: Promoting Connection to Joy and Purpose

Speaker: James Clements, MD

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July 8: COVID Clotting Catastrophes

Speaker: Thomas DeLoughery, MD

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July 15: CODE FOOT: Save a Foot, Save a Life

Speaker: Dave Griffin, D.P.M.

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July 22: Managing Behaviors in Alzheimer’s Dementia

Speaker: David Mansoor, MD

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July 29: Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults

Speaker:  Katie Drago, MD

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August 5: Acne, Rosacea, and Other Acneiform Conditions

Speaker: Kim Sanders, MPAS, PA-C

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August 12: Insomnia: Diagnosis and Treatment

Speaker: Jonathan Emens, MD

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August 19: A3: A Framework for Real-Time Problem Solving

Speaker: Alphonse Nwerem

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August 26: Pediatric Celiac Disease: A Case-Based Panel Discussion

Speakers: Mikelle Bassett, MD, Briza York, RD, CSP, LD, Jacklyn Stellway Beard, Post Doctoral Scholar

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September 2: Disclosure of Unanticipated Medical Outcomes

Speaker:  Elizabeth Guenther, MD, MPH

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September 9: Drug Approval, the FDA and the Era of COVID: What Prescribers Should Know

Speaker:  Craig Williams, PharmD

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September 16: Diagnostic Clarity: Identifying Bipolar Disease and Schizophrenia

Speaker:  Sean Stanley, MD

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September 23: Childhood Ecology and the Landscape of Parenting: What’s New, What’s Not

Speaker:  Tamara Grigsby, MD

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Credit

Accreditation
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

American Medical Association
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Program Planners

Activity Chair: Nels Carlson, MD  has nothing to disclose

Jessica Berglund  has nothing to disclose

Joy Conklin has nothing to disclose

Leslie Doering has nothing to disclose

Christine Flores, MPH has nothing to disclose

Devon Ritter, MA has nothing to disclose