This course focuses on how to approach the use of bioidentical hormones in your practice, in relation to aging, prevention, and overall health and wellness for women. Upon completion of this course you will receive 12 AMA/PRA Category 1 Credits ™.
The topics addressed include introducing hormones, symptoms of hormone imbalances, treatments and applications. Also presented are opinions from noted scientists and experts, along with case studies. There are no required texts. All information is provided for within the course.
CME credits will be issued by SUNY Downstate Office of CME.
Method of physician participation in the learning process:
This course is comprised of 5 units and includes text, graphics, cases, multimedia features, audio /transcript. To begin a unit, click presentation and navigate through the learning activity. A step-by- step guide is available by clicking FAQ at the top of the page. Participants must view all of the content to proceed to the end-of-unit assessment.
Estimated time to complete the educational activity:
Participants must complete and submit all unit assessments (12 hours). Assessments may be re- attempted and a score of 100% is required to pass the course. Upon completion of all 5 unit assessments, participants must proceed to the course evaluation. After completion of this course, successfully passing all quizzes, and completion of the course evaluation, participants will receive a Certificate of Achievement for completing the course from the Bioidentical Hormone Initiative.
This educational activity is offered online and requires a connection to the Internet. The activity works on a PC or Macintosh computer with the browsers Internet Explorer and Firefox (most recent version). A macromedia flash player should be enabled in all browsers. One may be downloaded free of charge from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer
This course is designed for physicians of all specialties, including Ob-gyn, endocrinologists, internists, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, medical students and medical residents.