APMA is offering its members an on-demand "Essentials Bundle," a collection of six, 1.0 CECH courses on a variety of non-clinical topics frequently required for state licensure. If you have questions about the educational credit available, please email email@example.com. Check with your state licensing board to confirm approval of these courses toward your license renewal.
These recordings were certified for credit on December 15, 2021. They will be valid for CECH credit through December 14, 2023, unless APMA determines the information presented has materially changed.
Location: APMA Online Learning Center
Duration: 1 hour each
Education Credit: 1.0 CECH each
Post-Course Evaluation Required: In order to receive CECH for these courses, viewers will be required to complete an evaluation.
Assessment Test Required: In order to receive CECH for these courses, viewers must complete an assessment test at the end of each course, and score at least 60 percent. Viewers will be permitted to take each test as many times as necessary in order to achieve a passing score.
Recognizing and Responding to Elder Abuse
Presenters: Michele Mathes, JD, and Diane Menio
- Recognize the signs of elder abuse
- Describe how to approach a conversation about abuse with an older patient
- Discuss the complex nature of reporting elder abuse
Impacting Change in the Healthcare Environment: Equipping for the War Against Human Trafficking
Presenters: Jennifer Jefferson, LCSW-S, and Michelle Lemmon, LCDC
- Define human trafficking
- Identify indicators and effects of traumatic experiences of human trafficking survivors
- Discuss common intervention strategies for survivors and mandated reporting of human trafficking
Addressing the Needs of LGBTQIA+ Older Adults: What All Healthcare Providers Should Know
Presenter: Mark Simone, MD, AGSF
- Demonstrate awareness of the specific health disparities that affect LGBTQIA+ older adults
- Understand the impact of a lifetime of discrimination for LGBTQIA+ older adults
- Appreciate the mental health challenges for LGBTQIA+ older adults
Opioids and Post-procedural Pain Management: What Every Podiatrist Needs to Know
Presenter: Brandon Brooks, DPM, MPH, and Bradley Brooks, DO
- Identify contributing factors to the US opioid epidemic within podiatry and other specialties
- Recognize that cognitive bias impacts the self-perception of one's prescribing practice
- Recognize the common non-opioid analgesics used by podiatrists for post-procedural pain management
Infection Prevention for Podiatric Settings
Presenter: Kimberly Atrubin, MPH, CIC, CPHQ, FAPIC
- Identify Infection Prevention practices and responsibilities for providers
- Discuss standard precautions
- Share practical Infection Prevention resources
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: What You Need to Know
Presenter: Tracy Clarke, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP
- Define workplace discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
- Describe examples of what sexual harassment is and is not.
- Explain what the responsibilities as an employee and/or supervisor are related to sexual harassment.
Users may request a refund within 30 days of purchase if they have not accessed any course. Refunds will not be issued after 30 days.
APMA’s Continuing Education Mission Statement
The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) advances and advocates for the profession of podiatric medicine and surgery for the benefit of its members and the public. To this end, APMA offers continuing education opportunities for podiatric physicians to meet their licensing requirements, to maintain and expand their knowledge, to provide optimum patient care, and to receive updates on advances in foot and ankle care. These educational opportunities may include face-to-face, web/ computer-based, and audio/video recorded continuing education activities.
No commercial interest provided financial support for this continuing education activity.
Doctors of Podiatric Medicine
APMA is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education (CPME) as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. APMA has approved each of the courses above for 1.0 continuing education contact hours (CECH). Podiatric physicians are responsible for reporting their attendance to all appropriate boards and agencies requiring continuing education. Credits may be registered with state boards by providing them with a copy of your CECH certificate.
Recorded Program Attendees
In accordance with the requirements of CPME, attendees of the CECH eligible recorded sessions must take and pass an assessment at the end of any sessions they purchase and watch for attendance verification purposes. A passing score is 60 percent. Attendees will be able to take the assessment as many times as required but will have to pass the test before a certificate can be generated and downloaded.