Complex medical conditions (CMCs) can have a devastating impact on the quality of life of individuals. An effective multidisciplinary team approach for optimal management of complex care is needed. This series of topics will review the relationship of the team members and their impact on various CMCs through screening, diagnosing, treatment, pharmaceutical management, and prevention of readmission. The relationship between physical and mental health and its potential impact will be reviewed and, through the use of case study examples, optimal clinical management strategies for each condition will be explored.

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2019 Continuing Education

Earn 1.00 ACPE/AMA/ASWB/CME/CNE credit for each session completed. This activity is designed to meet the educational needs of counselors, social workers, therapists, nurses, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and physicians.

2019 Learning Objectives

• Identify current practices, recent pharmacologic treatments and advances in the management of complex medical conditions based on evidence based medicine;
• State best practices for complex medical conditions through the use of case study examples;
• Discuss the importance of screening and assessing mental and physical health in complex medical conditions; and
• Identify ethical concerns in research and medical practices.