Total Credits: 3.25 including 3.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)
Gap Analysis: The Osteopathic Embrace originates from the deep camaraderie that permeates the osteopathic profession. We embrace our roots in osteopathic manipulation treatment while also embracing the ever-changing medical landscape. This conference will embrace these topics and allow the osteopathic physicians of Oklahoma to continue providing excellent medical care for their patients.
Learning Objectives: After physicians depart from this program, they will better understand the emerging technologies in medicine and gain knowledge, including approaches to osteopathic manual medicine for the shoulder, how to appropriately prescribe controlled substances, and other skills that will build on and improve their practice of medicine.
"Update on the Oklahoma Health Professional's Program"
Lowell Robertson, MD
(OHPP director, Tulsa, OK)
• Provide an understanding of the Oklahoma Health Professional's Program and how it functions
• Facilitate the process of seeking help for yourself or another professional's association with the program
• Clarify what conditions and circumstances are available for advocacy in the Oklahoma Health Professional's Program
• Identify other areas of assistance by the Oklahoma Health Professional's Program
"Global Health & Global Health Education"
Jonathan Lowe, DO, MHA, MSC
(emergency medicine, Tulsa, OK)
• Define Global Health
• Discover the current status of Global Health
• Identify the status of Global Health education in osteopathic schools
Trang Nguyen, PharmD, BCGP, FAIHM
(certified geriatric pharmacist, Tulsa, OK)
• Describe the history of loperamide misuse
• Review the basics of loperamide dosing
• Describe the clinical presentation of a loperamide overdose and associated cardiotoxicity
• Discuss national initiatives to mitigate misuse
• Introduce the Loperamide Safety Campaign
"Thermal Injury Basics"
William Nechtow, DO, MS
(certified general surgery & surgical critical care, Oklahoma City, OK)
• Discern between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd degree burns.
• Determine total body surface area of a burn injury based on the 'rule of 9's' in an adult patient
• Determine total body surface area of a burn injury based on the 'rule of 9's' in a pediatric patient
• Calculate burn resuscitation fluid requirements and develop a resuscitation strategy
• Describe the purpose of an escharotomy
• Understand burn center referral criteria developed by the American burn association
• Discuss indications for hyperbaric oxygen therapy
• Recognize inhalation injury to airway
Program Attendee Notice: Thank you for your continued support of our continuing medical education (CME) offerings. Please feel free to contact our staff representatives to resolve any problems you may have regarding facilities, handouts, program contents, etc. Should you have concerns about the program’s compliance with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Uniform Guidelines, please express these concerns to Audrey K. Hendricks, Director of CME Programs, Oklahoma Osteopathic Association. For any unresolved issues regarding compliance with the AOA Uniform Guidelines, you may contact the AOA Division of CME at 142 E. Ontario Street, Chicago, IL 60611, 800-621-1773.
How Speakers and Topics Are Selected: The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s Bureau on Continuing Medical Education meets twice annually to choose seminar chairs, topics of interest, and the best presenters available to speak on each chosen topic. In addition, past program evaluations are used in determining speakers and topics from past conferences.
Grievance Policy: Program grievances will be presented to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees and dealt with appropriately. If this action did not resolve the problem to satisfaction, the person with the grievance will be directed to the American Osteopathic Association’s Division of Continuing Medical Education.
|OHPP Update (1.2 MB)||19 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Global Health and Global Health Education (2.9 MB)||26 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Loperamide Misuse (2.4 MB)||36 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Burn and Wound Overview (1.6 MB)||31 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Lowell Robertson, MD, earned his medical degree from the Oklahoma University College of Medicine in 1989. Board-certified in internal medicine and addiction medicine, Dr. Robertson is the associate director of the Oklahoma Health Professionals Program.
(Dr. Robertson has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose)
Johnathon Lowe, DO, MHA, MSC, is a board eligible Emergency Medicine physician. He is currently an assistant professor of Emergency Medicine at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. He also works as faculty in medical education for the CHS. Dr. Lowe sits on many committees, including the international committee of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and the Oklahoma State Department of Health Trauma Referral Improvement Committee.
Dr. Lowe began his career in medicine as a medic in the U.S. Army, including combat deployments. He completed his undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma, medical school at Oklahoma State College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency at Oklahoma State University Medical Center in Emergency Medicine. While in residency, he completed Masters degrees in Global Health and Healthcare Administration.
Dr. Lowe has a passion for global health, specifically in sustainable systemic changes and medical student/resident education.
Dr. Lowe has no financial factors or conflicts to disclose.
Trang Nguyen, PharmD, BCGP, FAIHM, is a Board-Certified Geriatric pharmacist and a fellow of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. She works at Boomer Solutions (Oklahoma) as a consultant pharmacist for Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, and Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.
Dr. Nguyen graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy in 2008. She worked as a clinical staff pharmacist at the VA Medical Center for two years and as a community pharmacist at Walgreens for over 15 years. She is a volunteer instructor for the Oklahoma State University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute teaching medication safety to seniors and caregivers. Dr. Nguyen also provides many free medication seminars for older adults in Oklahoma City.
Dr. Nguyen has no financial factors or conflicts to disclose.
William Nechtow, DO, MS, earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, CA, in 2012. Fellowship trained and board-certified in general surgery and surgical critical care, Dr. Nechtow specializes in pediatric and adult burn injuries at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City, OK.
Dr. Nechtow has no financial factors or conflicts to disclose.
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