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When clinics and hospitals need education on a specific topic, we have a number of existing programs to choose from. In addition, custom education program can be developed as needed.

Whether online (available 24/7/365) or on-site, our accredited courses are designed to meet your clinical and operational needs.

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Prostate Cancer: Screening, Biopsy, and Management (Not for Credit) 1.25 Online
When it comes to screening and diagnosis of prostate cancer, we’re still in the “Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” of the wild west. The good is that 50% fewer men are dying of prostate cancer. The bad is that we face a pandemic of over-diagnosis and over-treatment. And the ugly? Unfounded screening and treatment patterns promoted within urology, primary care, and even the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
In this 1.25-hour webinar, Dr. Scott Eggener walks you through the landscape of PSA, pointing out the components of smart screening that will minimize over-detection. He demonstrates best practice related to novel bio markers through case examples, including what you need to discuss with your newly-diagnosed patients. Finally, he reviews medico-legal considerations and strategies for active surveillance that encompass transition to inactive surveillance. The webinar concludes with a short Q & A that highlights important issues, featuring Dr. Ernest Sussman, Vice President of Risk Management at SCRUBS Risk Retention Group.

Sexual Abuse Claims Against Medical Providers: A Malpractice Defense Attorney's Perspective (Not for Credit) 1.00 Online
Physical touch is not only essential to medical care, it humanizes the physician-patient relationship. It is also an aspect of care that is ripe for misunderstanding and misperception. Abuse can easily happen under the guise of therapeutic touch. Indeed, allegations of sexual misconduct are on the rise.

This one-hour presentation by defense attorney Peter Eidenberg will discuss best practices to prevent allegations of sexual wrongdoing and what to do if a patient makes a complaint. Peter will bring his insights from the courtroom to help you better understand how these situations arise, how plaintiff attorneys build cases, and the unique challenges to litigating sexual misconduct claims. You will not want to miss this opportunity to empower both you and your patients through better awareness of these issues.

Antibiotic Considerations for the Prevention or Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections (Not for Credit) 1.25 Online
Treating bacterial infections with antibiotics in both the acute setting and in the clinic environment has etched a place in our daily routine. This webinar will focus on the current state-of-the-art treatment, delve into controversies such as PCN allergies, and review serious sequelae from some of the more popular antibiotics that may also trigger a medico-legal action.
The course will fine-tune your process for identifying the right drug for the right bug emanating from the urinary tract. Noted PharmD from the University of Florida, Dr. Kenneth Klinker, will review these topics and discuss clinical cases that illustrate the best decision-making to maximize cure and minimize harm. 
The program concludes with a short Q & A discussion, featuring Dr. Ernest Sussman, Vice President of Risk Management at SCRUBS Risk Retention Group.

Iatrogenic Ureteral Injury: Avoidance, Recognition, and Treatment 1.00 Online
Ureteral injuries are infrequent, but can lead to significant damage from Gynecological, General Surgical and Ureteroscopic procedures. Considering that two-thirds of ureteral injuries go unrecognized, significant morbidity and the potential for renal unit loss can be minimized if recognized early.  During this one-hour webinar, acclaimed trauma and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Richard Santucci, uses case examples to demonstrate how to check for injury and avoid anatomic hand grenades. You will feel as if he is guiding you through a real-time consultation.

Ureteroscopic Surgery for Stones: How to Avoid or Manage Complications (Not for Credit) 1.25 Online
You are beginning a ureteroscopy on a male patient with a 6mm impacted mid-ureteral calculus when unexpectedly, you encounter difficulty in gaining access proximal to the stone.  Do you know all of your options at this critical point?
 Access to the ureter, impacted stones, and careful follow up of complicated cases are paramount to resolving ureteral calculi and to preventing the loss of renal units. In this webinar, Dr. Gerhard Fuchs, an internationally recognized expert in the treatment of stone disease, reviews his safe and proven techniques in the treatment of renal and ureteral calculi.  Through illustrations and case examples he discusses safe access to the ureter, how to negotiate impacted stones, treatment of renal pathology, and how to manage complications when they occur.

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