A complete listing of currently available online programs is provided below. To access course materials and claim credit you must be registered and logged-in. Courses of interest must be selected and added to your FCMCME.org user account. Once selected course material links will be provided from within your individual User Record section of this website.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Hypothyroidism Are Linked To Low T3 Syndrome
Neal Rouzier, MD
Effective Date: July 11, 2018
Expiration Date: July 31, 2022
Dr. Rouzier, will be reviewing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and how the signs and symptoms are similar, to hypothyroidism. How many times these conditions are misdiagnosed and how to interpret your patient's medical condition to improve clinical outcomes.
Upon completion of this CME/CE activity the healthcare provider will be able to:
Review the work-up and diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Recognize the many inflamed hormonal pathways in CFS.
Discuss the pathophysiology involved in the development of CFS.
Review thyroid lab tests as they pertain to CFS.
Identify why it is called the hypometabolic syndrome.
Review the studies that support normalizing TSH levels does NOT result in clinical euthyroidism.
To fully participate in this activity you must be Registered and Logged In to this website.
Lateral Violence and Helping to Foster a Healthy Work Environment
Ecoee Rooney, DNP, RN-BC, SANE-A
Effective Date: January 01, 2019
Expiration Date: March 31, 2023
The purpose of this course is to reflect on the current work environment, identify opportunities for improvements, and learn ways to promote a healthy workplace.
Participants will gain knowledge through improved communication, an environment that fosters inclusion and mutual support, and examine evidence-based practices that are within the control of the bedside nurse with the support of strong, caring nursing leadership.
Course code LVWLMODZ6 One Nursing Contact Hour
Upon completion of this learning activity, participants will:
Report increased knowledge in techniques that improve work relationships to foster an improved working environment.
Report their intent to change their practice to include techniques that improve interpersonal wellness and mutual support