Types Of Activities
We have two different types of educational activities: Interactive Patient Cases (Hands-On Learning) and Learning Activities (Didactic Training Materials). Within our hands-on training, we also have two different types of cases: Chart-Based and Narrative.
Interactive Patient Cases
- Olivia Burch [Chart-Based]: Chronic Pain – Arthritis
- Russell Williams [Chart-Based]: Low Back Injury
- Andrea Sanchez [Chart-Based]: Opioid Use Disorder
- Chad Wright [Chart-Based]: Old Knee Injury
- Andrew Turner [Narrative]: Requests Medical Marijuana
- Jessica Davis [Narrative]: Acute Finger Injury
- Peter Wentworth [Narrative]: Impaired Physician
- Steve Campbell [Narrative]: Chronic Knee Pain
- Foundations of Assessing and Treating Pain [Didactic]: Foundation For Opioid Prescribing
- Risk Reduction Strategies for ER/LA Opioids [Didactic]: Help Reduce Risks Related To Prescription Opioid Use
- Expanded Skills in Chronic Opioid Therapy [Didactic]: Expanded Skills To Reduce Addiction/Misuse Of Opioids
All training activities are available for either AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ or a Letter of Completion. Please refer to each Activity Description for exact totals, as they vary per
Each training activity has a post-test that corresponds to the material presented in the activity. Participants must pass the post-test (70% or above) to request their educational credit. The activities also have a post-survey and satisfaction survey, which must also be completed.
Individual Training Activities
Individual learners can take training at any time by creating an account and proceeding through the training steps. Upon completion of each activity, the learner will be awarded a certificate to denote their successful completion of the training activity. There is no limit on the number of total activities that can be completed.
Group Training Activities
If you are a group leader who wants to train your members and/or receive collective training data (completion status, post-assessment findings, etc.), please use our Contact form to further discuss your needs.