Continuing Education Request for Applications for Opioid Analgesic REMS

The grant application process is now open for continuing education (CE) activities that are compliant with the Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (OA REMS). The 2023 CE Request for Application (RFA) is available here. Submissions are due by March 9, 2023 (11:59 pm ET). 

The goal of the grants is to support high-quality REMS-compliant accredited continuing education for prescribers and other healthcare professionals on the treatment and monitoring of patients with pain. 

To be eligible, the continuing education must be based solely on the Opioid Analgesics REMS Education Blueprint for Health Care Providers Involved in the Treatment and Monitoring of Patients with Pain that was approved by the US FDA in September 2018.


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2023-Winter From the Editors

Letter From the Chief Co-Editors

Dear Colleagues, We hope that you all enjoyed the holiday break and look forward to a new year of continued challenging work in CPD.  And what better way to start the new year off is transitioning to our new and improved publication application called WordPress. The aim and intent is to provide our members with […]

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2023-Winter CE News Spotlight

Vanderbilt CPD:  Embracing the Future

Welcome to a new column in CE News, called the CE News Institutional Spotlight, where we focus on CPD Leadership at various leading CPD institutions.

On November 17, 2022, we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Lori Deitte and Dr. Monique Drago from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.  

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2023-Winter CE News Spotlight

Meharry Medical College Continuing Medical Education Program Office of Lifelong Learning:  A Long and Successful History

Meharry Medical College (MMC) is located in Nashville, Tennessee and was founded in 1876 for the purpose of training physicians to provide healthcare for the freed slaves who received little or no medical attention.

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