Not Found
On Demand

2021 Summer CME Seminar "Welcome Back, Y'all!" - Friday Lectures

Total Credits: 3.5 including 3.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

Average Rating:
Not yet rated
State Associations:
OOA - Oklahoma
Mark A Keuchel, DO, FACOEP, FACEP |  Atul A Walia, DO |  Dale Bratzler, DO |  Jedidiah J Perdue, MD, MPH
Never expires.


O MI! A STEMI Paradigm Shift?
Mark A. Keuchel, DO, FACOEP, FACEP
(certified emergency medicine, Oklahoma City, OK)
Learning Objectives:
1. Review history of reperfusion therapy
2. Understand why STEMI/NSTEMI dichotomy may be inadequate
3. Introduce the term occlusion myocardial infarction
Pain Management: Best Practices 
Atul A. Walia, DO
(certified pain management & anesthesiology, Oklahoma City, OK)
Learning Objectives:
1. Detailed discussion regarding current pain management best practices to medications, interventional options, alternative medical options
2. Review US Department of Health and Human Services best practices
3. Review opioid prescribing rights and overdose death trends
COVID-19: An Update
Dale W. Bratzler, DO, MPH, MACOI, FIDSA
(certified internal medicine & infectious diseases, Oklahoma City, OK)
Learning Objectives:
1. Review the current state of the pandemic
2. Discuss the epidemiology of COVID-19 and new variants
3. Review current treatment guidelines for COVID-19
Overdose Deaths & Addiction: Medical Strategies for Addressing An Epidemic On The Rise 
Jedidiah J. Perdue, MD, MPH
(certified addiction medicine & psychiatry, Oklahoma City, OK)
Learning Objectives:
1. Identify recent trends in substance use and overdose deaths, as well as the modifying role of the COVID-19 global pandemic
2. Recognize the key factors driving the increase in overdose deaths as well as understand important risk factors and geographic variation
3. Identify evidence-based harm-reduction and treatment strategies to prevent overdose deaths and treat substance use disorders



Mark A Keuchel, DO, FACOEP, FACEP Related seminars and products

Mark A. Keuchel, DO, FACOEP, FACEP, earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medical degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2013 and completed his emergency medicine residency at the INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center in 2017. As the associate program director at the INTEGRIS Southwest emergency medicine residency, he is enthusiastic about medical education. He has been both a participant and mentor in the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine faculty incubator program. He was named the 2019 OOA Rookie Physician of the Year. He is also an Oklahoma Osteopathic Association and Oklahoma Educational Foundation for Osteopathic Medicine Board member, as well as a Regional Trauma board member. Dr. Keuchel enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two young daughters.

Atul A Walia, DO Related seminars and products

Atul A. Walia, DO, earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medical degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004 and completed his residency at the OU Medical Center. Following his pain management fellowship at Texas Tech University, Dr. Walia returned to Oklahoma to practice in his hometown. Board-certified in anesthesiology and pain management, Dr. Walia’s pain management practice philosophy is to relieve, reduce, or manage chronic pain and improve a patient’s overall quality of life through procedures specifically designed to diagnose and treat painful conditions. When he’s not managing pain, he enjoys traveling, fishing, and time with his wife, Bindu, and two children.

Dale Bratzler, DO Related seminars and products

Dale Bratzler, DO, MPH, is a Professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy, and Associate Dean in the College of Public Health, and a Professor in the College of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He serves in the role of Chief Quality Officer for the OU Physicians Group and serves as the Medical Director of the Clinical Skills Education and Testing Center. He was recently named the 2016 Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor at the Health Sciences Center. Dr. Bratzler has worked in the field of healthcare quality measurement and improvement for many years. He has worked on the development and maintenance of national performance measures used to profile and publicly report metrics on quality of inpatient and outpatient healthcare as a contractor to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. He has served twice as the President of the American Health Quality Association, is a past member of the National Advisory Council for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and a recent member of the Healthcare Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee (HICPAC) for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He received his medical degree from the Kansas City University College of Medicine and Biosciences and his Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Oklahoma. He is board certified in internal medicine. He is a Master Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Internists, and a Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.

Jedidiah J Perdue, MD, MPH Related seminars and products

Jedidiah J. Perdue, MD, MPH, is the medical director at Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Center for Addiction Recovery. Dually board-certified in addiction medicine and psychiatry, Dr. Perdue specializes in treating addictive illnesses, psychiatric illness that co-occurs with addiction, and psychiatric illness co-occurring with complex medical problems. Born in Ardmore, Oklahoma, Dr. Perdue graduated from OU College of Medicine in 2004, then completed his residency training in psychiatry at Duke University, where he also served as chief resident. He has been active in clinical practice in Oklahoma City since 2008 and has served in leadership roles for health systems and medical societies, as well as an instructor of medical students and residents. He serves as adjunct faculty for the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology for the Hudson College of Public Health and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Oklahoma.

Please wait ...

Back to Top