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PDO Thread Lift Hands-On Training with Blended Online Learning and Recorded Video Cases (14 CME Credits) by PracticalCME Martinsburg, WV
Aug 24, 2019 | CME 14.00 | Martinsburg, West Virginia
PracticalCME Blended Online Hands-On PDO Thread Lift Training (Up to 14 CME Credits) Day 1 — 8 Hour Online Didactic Curriculum (done at your own pace) Thread Lift vs Face Lift Thread Lift in the literature Consensus opinion on thread lift Differences between Thread Lift and Face Lift Facial Anatomy Skin and Fat Musculature and Fascia Blood Vessels at risk and How to Avoid Major Nerves at risk and How to Avoid Facial Aging Skin Layers and Age UV-induced Changes Gravitational Changes vs Volume Loss Shifts in the SMAS Structural Fat What causes Jowls and Naso-Labial Folds? History of Thread Lifting Review of Historical Products Review of Branded non-PDO Products PDO Thread Lifting Advantages of PDO suture material Metabolism of PDO Available FDA-approved PDO products Smooth Sutures Coiled Sutures Barbed Sutures Anchored Sutures The Physics of Facial Lifting Directional Rules Areas to Avoid Identifying a Good Thread Lift Candidate Performing the PDO Thread Lift Review of Local Anesthesia Lidocaine maximum dosing Planning and Marking Upper Face / Forehead Mid-Face Lower-Face Jawline Submental Neck Body Areas Consent Brow Cheeks Upper Lip Folds and Wrinkles Neck Floating Tied Anchored in Temporal Fascia Mid-Face Lower Face Submental Region Forehead/Brow Smooth Thread Volumization Strategies Barbed Thread Lifting Strategies Detailed Procedure Description and Video Review Narrated Case Videos Exclusive to PracticalCME Avoiding Complications Patient Instructions Post-Procedure Launching Your New Service Additional Literature Post-Test End of Online Didactic Curriculum Day 2 — LIVE Hands-On Training at Individual Clinical Sites (Up to 6 Hours) Live Q&A with Instructor Live Patient Counseling and Planning Instruction Up to 4 Total Hands-On Cases with one-one-proctoring (One Case per Attendee). Threads used will be specified on each date’s description. Perform one full case on a patient you bring, and learn by watching the other attendees’ hands-on cases. NovaThreads® and MINT PDO® are registered trademarks of their respective owners. This course is independent and not affiliated with any one thread lift suture provider.
Oct 17, 2019 | CME 5.50 | USD $85 | Martinsburg, West Virginia
Implementing Evidence-Based PTSD Practice: Practical Tips to Optimize Clinical Outcomes is organized by Chesapeake Health Education Program, Inc. (CHEP) and will be held on Oct 17, 2019 at Veterans Affairs, Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States of America. Target Audience: Social Workers, Psychologists, Certified Counselors, Addiction Counselors, Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses Accreditation: Continuing Education • American Psychological Association (APA) Credits - 5.5 hours • Board of Social Work Examiners West Virginia (WVSW) Credits - 5.5 hours • Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners Credits - 5.5 hours • National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Credits - 5.5 hours • Physicians - AMA PRA Category 1 (ACCME) Credits - 5.5 hours Course Description: This training will focus on the implementation of evidence-based practices for PTSD. Emphasis will be on reviewing available treatment options and the nuts and bolts of measurement-based care. The training will review practical tips on how to optimize delivery of PTSD evidenced-based care. Common clinical considerations such as how to treat PTSD and co-occurring substance use and suicidal ideation will be reviewed. Learning Objectives: • List 2-3 PTSD symptoms and diagnostic considerations to inform/complete diagnostic assessment based on DSM 5 criteria. • Name 2-3 first-line treatment strategies and apply shared-decision making with their patients based on measurement-based care guidance. • Theorize how to treat PTSD and co-morbid substance use. • State how suicide risk monitoring and assessment is incorporated into evidence-based care for PTSD. Providers will be able to use suicide risk monitoring and assessment in their clinical care settings. • Explain components of measurement-based care and how they can collect and share measures to support their clinical care and decisions. • Identify how measurement-based care can aid in treatment planning. Providers will be able to describe how they can use MBC to tailor ongoing care and inform the discharge process.