Educational Events, Trainings & Resources

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  • 2021 Colorado Medical Licensure Program. Two hours prescribing opioids training (new). The 2021 Colorado Medical Licensure is designed to satisfy the new mandatory training requirement for physicians and other health care professionals licensed by the state of Colorado. Physicians (MD/DO) who prescribe opioids are now required to complete at least two (2) hours of training on best practices for prescribing opioids prior to renewal per C.R.S. 12-30-114, unless exempt. Click here to view course materials and take test.
  • UCHealth classes and events. Click here for details.
  • Pain Management and Opioids. A Free Online CME Course for Medical Professionals. Click here for details and registration.
  • COVID Care in the Ambulatory Setting is ongoing from 7:00AM to 8:00AM MT. There is no formal commitment; participants may attend any session(s). Start date: 4/5/2021. Click here for registration and full details.
  • Colorado Medical Society. Click here for multiple CME dates and activities.
  • MAT Resources For Providers and Practices - Trainings, Forums and Substance Abuse Warmline. Click here for multiple training dates and informational flyer.
  • AACME: Novel coronavirus education resources The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education has created a Novel Coronavirus Education Resources webpage that includes a list of accredited continuing education activities and additional resources that can help the provider and clinician community respond to the novel coronavirus public health emergency. Access the resource page here .
  • Provider education: Wildfire Smoke and Your Patients’ Health The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop a new online course, Wildfire Smoke and Your Patients’ Health -- with continuing education credit provided by the CDC. The free course includes sections on health effects, populations at greater risk of experiencing health effects, air quality and smoke, actions to take before and during a wildfire to reduce smoke exposure, and available resources. The course takes about 45 minutes to complete and is intended for physicians, registered nurses, asthma educators and others involved in clinical or health education. It complements the recently updated publication: Wildfire Smoke: A Guide for Public Health Officials . More resources on Wildfire Smoke and Health can be found at the EPA’s Smoke-Ready Toolbox for Wildfires .