Welcome to the CEYou! CME Program – Getting CME & Lovin’ it!

Get the CME/CE credits you need for Your License Renewal!

These Continuing Medical Education Trainings are ACCME Accredited

Training Schedule

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A “CE You! Plus” Morning Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Pain Management Webinar!
Over time, our understanding of pain has become more comprehensive. This workshop will provide an understanding of pain as a mind-body phenomenon intricately linked to the psyche. Dr. Robin Cohen, PhD, PsyD,  will demonstrate ways of evaluating and treating pain using our knowledge of psychology, psychotherapy and neuroscience. This training also meets the pain management training requirement for MICHIGAN and meets requirements for Washington DC “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


A “CE You! Plus” Morning Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Morning Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Watch at your own pace. Earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT. Questions about the Covid 19 vaccine? Are you unsure of the benefits? Concerned about it’s safety? This new training with vaccine development specialist Dr. Robert Edelman, MD, will answer many of the questions that people have regarding the covid 19 vaccines. This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT and the DC Public Health Priority requirement. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.
 


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! Women’s Psychiatry is often overlooked as a discipline. This new workshop with psychiatrist, Esther Rollhaus, MD will discuss periods of vulnerability to mood and anxiety disorders as they relate to changes in reproductive hormones. We will discuss the epidemiology, neuroendocrinology, diagnostic considerations, and impact of mood and anxiety disorders related to the perimenstrual dysphoric disorder, contraception use, postpartum, and menopause. Earn 3 CE or CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Pain Management Webinar!
Over time, our understanding of pain has become more comprehensive. This workshop will provide an understanding of pain as a mind-body phenomenon intricately linked to the psyche. Dr. Robin Cohen, PhD, PsyD,  will demonstrate ways of evaluating and treating pain using our knowledge of psychology, psychotherapy and neuroscience. This training meets the pain management training requirement for MICHIGAN and meets requirements for Washington DC “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded CME Conference Package! Get up to 14.5 CME Credits.
Join us for the First Annual CE You! CME Conference! This New conference pulls together an excellent group of physicians, and medical, and legal professionals. Immerse yourself in a fresh lineup of excellent presenters and engaging topics. All classes are certified through the ACCME and the ASWB. You can attend the full conference or select individual classes. Earn up to 14.5 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
Children and adolescents now spend more than 5-7 hours a day with a variety of different media. How does that affect their attitudes and behavior, and what can health professionals do about it? This talk will discuss the latest research in the field on the impact of media on babies, children, and adolescents, illustrated with abundant examples of both pro-social and potentially harmful media. In addition, a brief section will involve media training for health professionals about health-related issues important to them – how to talk to newspaper reporters, radio interviewers, and appear on TV. Earn 1.5 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
Numerous studies have shown the impact that various forms of bias can have on the delivery of care. For example, the concerns of women who present for treatment are more often ignored than those of men who present for treatment. And, the concerns of Black women, in particular, are ignored at their peril. This class explores the role of implicit and explicit bias in defining the systems that provide care in America. This course also includes strategies for individual professionals, and professionals in collaboration, to use in order to reduce disparities in access to and delivery of physical and mental health care services. This course meets the “Implicit Bias Training” requirements for MICHIGAN licensees. Earn 1 CE/CME Credit!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
This new webinar is designed to comprehensively review and update established capabilities, address existing limitations, delve into current controversies, and shed light on emerging issues at the intersection of medicine, toxicology, law, and regulation in the world of controlled substances. We will delve into a wide range of topics, including the utilization of toxicological data, analytical methods, alcohol investigations, and the crucial roles of experts in both investigations and legal proceedings. Participants will gain valuable insights through a thorough review of commonly abused substances such as opioids, stimulants, depressants, cannabinoids, hallucinogens, and more. Earn 4 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
The ability to swiftly decipher a patient’s presenting complaints and conduct an initial physical examination is a crucial skill. However, some life-threatening issues may not be immediately apparent, leading to potential mortality and morbidity. For instance, during the Covid pandemic, anxiety was often misdiagnosed as the cause of dyspnea, failing to address the underlying problem of respiratory distress. By decoding the patient’s complaint and carefully observing their physical presentation, a rapid differential diagnosis can be achieved. Equally important is the timely and appropriate implementation of interventions to address the underlying issue. Join this engaging class to enhance your problem-solving skills in the initial assessment of dyspneic patients, Gain valuable insights into decoding complex medical presentations and providing effective and efficient care. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
The drug overdose death rate in the US continues to climb. How did we get here and what can be done? Dan Morhaim, M.D. brings his unique perspective as an ER doctor and Maryland state legislator to this compelling topic. Using source material, he will show the policy decisions made in governments and board rooms that contributed to this ongoing crisis. Based on that, he’ll offer evidence-based policies to help us dig our way out. Earn 1 CE/CME Credit!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
America is facing a health crisis of epidemic proportions. By failing to meet basic standards of physical fitness our children are growing increasingly sick. This affects not only their lifespan but also the quality of that limited life—yet no one is taking action. Thirty percent of American kids are overweight with twenty percent meeting the criteria for obesity. Twenty-five percent of these kids have diabetes or prediabetes and this will be the first generation in history who will have a shorter lifespan than the previous. And these kids will not simply die at a younger age like cigarette smokers—they have symptoms now. If obesity was an infectious disease like the flu, it would be front page news, with people wearing surgical masks and carrying pump bottles of Purell. Join Orthopaedic Surgeon, Sport Psychologist and author Daniel Fulham O’Neill, MD, EdD as we tackle this important issue. Earn 1 CE/CME Credit!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! While Americans today strive to control nearly every aspect of their lives, many of us abandon control of life’s final passage. The realities of 21st-century medicine allow most of us to be empowered in these situations, yet most Americans are not taking the simple, free steps that allow this to happen. Dan Morhaim, M.D., a former Emergency Medicine Physician, Maryland State Legislator, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health professor, and author, provides practical guidance – and a lively and engaging speaking style – to this challenging and universal topic, one we tend to avoid but ought not to. Earn 1.25 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
This comprehensive course bridges the gap between pharmacological interventions and the psychological aspects of mental health care, providing participants with a solid foundation in the principles of psychopharmacology, medication management, and the latest advancements in the field. By integrating various disciplines, this course offers a well-rounded and evidence-based approach to understanding psychotropic medications and their effects on clients. Participants will engage in case studies, and group discussions to facilitate a deeper understanding of psychopharmacological treatments and their role in clinical practice. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! Multiple issues may arise when traditional religious values and LGBTQ+ clients intersect. This is true for clients as well as clinicians. This course will explore this complex dynamic, informing a culturally competent approach and moving to a synthesis of these seemingly conflicting ideas. This BRAND NEW class meets requirements for DC LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training for mental health professionals as well as physicians, pharmacists and other professionals. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! Gain an understanding of addictive disorders, with a focus on the specifics of opioid addiction. This webinar will discuss the neurological and psychological components of dependency disorders and the neurochemistry of opioids. We will also address the persistent driver of opioid use and dependence: chronic pain and a practical understanding of techniques for clinical practice of mindfulness. Both classes meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 2 is a pain management training. Includes two classes. Take one class or both. Get up to 6 CE/CME Credits!


This “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Ethic Webinar Package includes 2 Ethics Webinars! You can purchase both or select just one. Class 1 looks at understanding the role of ethics, law, policy, and personal values as essential to making sound ethical decisions that involve patient care. Specific ethical dilemmas in medical settings will be introduced for learners to critically analyze through case studies. Class 2 will explore various ethical standards and how they relate to end-of-life (EOL) care. Ethical considerations and their impacts are discussed, as well as identification of when decision-making ability may be compromised. Cultural considerations will be discussed as well. Attend 1 or both classes, earn up to 6 Ethics CE/CME Credits!

 

 

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