Helpful resources on various health topics.
New Rules and Regulations for Pain Management and Opioid Use
Effective March 16, 2015
The Department of Health has promulgated new regulations that set minimum requirements for pain management and opioid prescribing.
The Rhode Island Medical Society has prepared a quick reference guide for these regulations, which includes frequently asked questions.
The complete regulations may be found at this link on the Secretary of State's website.
Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention
- Extended-Release and Long-Acting Opioid Analgesics Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy
- Opening Remarks and Diversion: The Scope and Mechanics of the Problem
- Practitioner's Toolbox, Part I, Focus on the RI PMP
- Practitioner's Toolbox, Part II, Best Practices to Prevent Abuse & Diversion
- Practitioner's Toolbox, Part III, Best Practices to Address Prescription Drug Abuse
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Previously recorded sessions focusing on faculty development can be found by clicking on the links below. You can learn about upcoming sessions by going to the Educational Faculty Development, BioMed Faculty Development , and Office of Women in Medicine and Science pages.
- Cutting Edge: Using Technology to Enhance Teaching
- Teaching the Disorganzied Resident
- How to Effectively Facilitate Small-Group Learning
- Pumping Up Your Presentations
- Seminar in Medical Education: Professionalism in Medical Education
- Clinical Teaching: Building Your Outpatient Teaching Toolbox
- Working with Challenging Medical Student Learners: Transforming Struggle into Success
- Evaluation and Feedback: Assessing Learners and Providing Feedback to Improve Performance
- Using Technology in Teaching: A Medical Student Led Workshop
- Medical Students and Electronic Health Records
- How to be an Informed, Candid, and Compassionate Career Counselor for Medical Students
- Just Do It: Mentoring Students through the Research, Writing, Presenting and Publishing Process
- Giving Effective Feedback in Undergraduate Medical Education
- Beyond PowerPoint: Presentation Style for Medical Educators
- Strategies for Working with Medical Students in Out-Patient Clinical Settings
- Promoting Success: Identifying and Assisting the Challenging Learner in Need
- Using Learning Theory to Improve Your Teaching of Procedural Skills
- Creating Sharable Media-Rich Learning