PREVENTING OPIOID DEATHS & OVERDOSES

While reinforcing best practices regarding opioid prescriptions and usage, doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical practitioners can earn up to 4 (four) CME/CNE/CE credits. These credits qualify for the State of Tennessee’s annual licensing requirements for opioid education.

Tennessee Department of Health along with the CDC and CAMHL is offering a unique opportunity

...to enroll in a novel education program, accessed through your mobile devices, that delivers daily quiz questions about prevention and treatment of substance use disorder and overdose.

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QUESTIONS

Questions are delivered once per weekday at a time and with a delivery method you select — by text or email. When you respond, you will immediately receive feedback, including the correct answer and a concise rationale with links to supporting resources. If you answer correctly, you will receive credit for the question once you acknowledge that you read the rationale. If you answer incorrectly, you will immediately be offered one more opportunity to answer. Each question remains live” for 24 hours, but if you are unable to get to a question during that 24 hour period, it will be presented to you at the end of the quiz. The point is learning, not testing!

CE/CME

QuizTime tracks your progress in your enrolled courses but does NOT provide CE certificates. CE certificates are provided by our CME system at https://vumc.cloud-cme.com. For courses that provide credits, you will receive an email with instructions for claiming your credit once youve completed your course. You will need to have an established account at https://vumc.cloud-cme.com, including your cell phone number, to be able to claim credits that you earn.

ENROLL NOW!
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