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Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Jason R. Hubbard, MD, FAANS, FACS
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.
Pre-Hospital Assessment and Transfer of Stroke Patients Pre-Hospital Assessment and Transfer of Stroke Patients
E. Frank Lafranchise, MD
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.

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A Roadmap for New Physicians - Avoiding Medicare and Medicaid Fraud and Abuse A Roadmap for New Physicians - Avoiding Medicare and Medicaid Fraud and Abuse
Roadmap
This activity is designed to examine local and federal guidelines that impact coding and billing by physicians.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Amniotic Fluid Embolism FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Amniotic Fluid Embolism
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric situation that a provider might encounter and appropriate management options for this situation. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring
Georgia Y. Ferrell, MD
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter – intrapartum fetal monitoring - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Management of Eclampsia FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Management of Eclampsia
Phillip Bressman, MD
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter - eclampsia - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter - postpartum hemorrhage - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Obstetric Adventures in the Emergency Department FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Obstetric Adventures in the Emergency Department
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric situation that a provider might encounter – imminent birth - and appropriate management options for this situation. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Operative Vaginal Delivery FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Operative Vaginal Delivery
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter - operative vaginal delivery - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Shoulder Dystocia FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Shoulder Dystocia
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course for OB physicians and other obstetrical providers. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter - shoulder dystocia - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - To VBAC or Not to VBAC FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - To VBAC or Not to VBAC
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical emergency simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric emergency that a provider might encounter - postpartum hemorrhage - and appropriate management options for this emergency. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Vaginal Breech Delivery FOR AST NEW OB PROVIDERS ONLY - Vaginal Breech Delivery
Ascension Saint Thomas Obstetrics Faculty
This education is currently offered for 0.0 CME credit as it's designed to be an introductory component to a hands-on obstetrical simulation course. This didactic course will provide the most recent evidence based research on an obstetric situation that a provider might encounter – imminent birth – and appropriate management options for this situation. Following this online course, participants will be required to complete the hands-on simulation course.
Medical Evaluation Prior to Brain & Spinal Surgery Medical Evaluation Prior to Brain & Spinal Surgery
Steven A. Embry, MD, MHA, FACP
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Jason R. Hubbard, MD, FAANS, FACS
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.
Pre-Hospital Assessment and Transfer of Stroke Patients Pre-Hospital Assessment and Transfer of Stroke Patients
E. Frank Lafranchise, MD
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.
Sleep Medicine: Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep Sleep Medicine: Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep
Stephen J. Heyman, MD
This course will focus on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of common neurological medical problems. Topics have been identified based on prevalence in practice, difficulty in managing, and availability of new information.