Pain Management: Best practices, Alternate Treatment Options & Multimodal Approaches
Physicians (MD/DO): You may view the "Best practices, Alternate Treatment Options, & Multimodal Approaches to Pain Management" and claim 1.0 hour of medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.
Texas Medical Board – Ethics Statement (for Doctors of Medicine and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine in Texas)
† 1.0 hour meets the Texas Medical Board criteria for formal continuing medical education involving the study of medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.
After you have viewed the Pain Management lecture, you may take the evaluation and claim credit by following the below steps.
Go to: http://cme.uthscsa.edu
Scroll down and click on the button “My CMEs”
Click on the Sign In button (on the menu to the left)
Enter your email address used to register for the symposium
Enter your password
Click on “Evaluate Course/Print Certificate” (on the menu to the left)
Scroll down till you see “49th Annual Symposium on Sports Medicine
Ethics Talk: Best practices, alternate treatment options, & multimodal approaches to Pain Management” and click on the “Claim Credit” button