Love Yourself and Your Patients With FREE CME This Month

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Love is in the air this month, and the Texas Medical Association is reminding physicians to practice some self-care, too. Use the TMA Education Center to catch up on your continuing medical education (CME) credits, and prioritize your personal wellness, along with that of your patients.

Featured programming this month includes:

Hardwiring Happiness – Many factors can influence your happiness. Learn strategies and tools to help cultivate happiness and to find better connections with your patients.

Heart Healthy Diet and Lifestyle – Build a better understanding of nutrition basics and counseling techniques to help prevent and manage cardiovascular risk.

World's Best Doctors: How Good Old-Fashioned Manners Improve Patient Satisfaction  – Get valuable advice for avoiding high-stakes litigation risks by managing patient complaints, and monitoring and improving patient satisfaction.

Tangled Sutures: A Tale of Triumph and Loss in a Professional Liability Lawsuit – One physician’s personal story of the fallout from a liability suit that he eventually won. This publication illustrates the ongoing significance of Texas’ landmark tort reform legislation, which TMA helped secure in 2003. These hard-fought protections are making a difference for physicians across the state — and beyond.

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: Supporting Women’s Health – Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) are some of the safest and most-effective forms of birth control. Get tips for discussing patient questions and concerns about LARC use, as well as resources to address potential cost and accessibility problems.

As always, TMA provides free and discounted CME programming to our members, thanks to a generous sponsorship by the TMA Insurance Trust.

Last Updated On

February 11, 2019

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