Wouldn’t you love to rewrite your patient’s chronic pain story? To help them live a more fulfilling life while also regaining your trust and guiding them toward their individual health goals?
That’s exactly what our new free course, Integrative Approaches to Chronic Pain Management, intends to do.
From the Center for Innovation in Family Medicine, this self-directed course is designed for clinicians like you to learn better, more effective strategies for treating your patients with chronic pain.
Our four-part series on non-pharmacologic approaches to pain teaches new ways of thinking about managing patients with chronic pain. In this course you will learn:
New, integrative approaches for addressing patients pain management.
How to move from conflict to collaboration with your patients.
The expanded options for treating chronic pain.
How to energize patients to treat their symptoms and decrease their opioid use.
With the help of my fellow instructors, you will discover better strategies for treating patients with chronic pain and, upon completion of the free course, you will earn up to 12 AAFP Prescribed Credits and 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Now is our chance to leverage the new tools and new ways of thinking about chronic pain management to aid all of our patients. Join us on this journey today!
This course is jointly provided by Tufts University School of Medicine Office of Continuing Education and Center for Innovation in Family Medicine and is made possible by a grant from Samueli Foundation.