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PAIN COACH

Older adults experience a higher incidence of persistent pain across chronic disease trajectories and at end-of-life. Data obtained from the NHANES survey indicates that older adults are almost twice as likely to use opioid analgesics compared to...

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STOP HIV

The CDC estimates that more than 50% of American adults of all ages have never been tested for HIV. Therefore, there is a need for providers to place a greater emphasis to screen all patients over the age of 13 in an effort to prevent more new...

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MDD

Major depression is a common and treatable mental health disorder. Providers play a vital role in the identification and treatment of this common and disabling mental health condition. However, 50% of all primary care patients with major...

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In January 2020, CECentral was nationally recognized for the Outstanding Educational Collaboration from the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions for our project, Optimizing Disease Management: A Vision for Diabetic...

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Understanding Abusive Head Trauma and Child Physical Abuse

Kentucky continues to be a leading state in deaths of children related to child abuse. Specific bruising patterns are significant indicators of abuse. Knowing these patterns, recognizing crucial warning signs, and understanding other traumatic...

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Christina L. Howard, MD, FAAP Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Chief, Pediatric...
Christina L Howard,

Opioid Prescribing & Addiction

These online modules are intended to help the prescriber identify and screen for substance use disorders, use KASPER and urine drug testing therapeutically, and recommend treatment options particularly for vulnerable populations.

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