Courses by Specialty
All courses are designed to provide education on the 12 core competencies identified by the Tennessee Department of Health Commission on Pain and Addiction Medicine Education. Individual questions and answers are tailored to each of 9 broad specialty areas; however, the overall content and learning objectives are very similar.
Select the course that most reflects your professional practice. Follow the link at the end of each question for additional education on specific topics (e.g. neonatal abstinence syndrome, TN Together Law requirements), to view and download higher resolution graphical material, and to keep up to date with the changing landscape of pain and opioid laws in Tennessee.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat patients primarily in the acute care setting including emergency departments, acute care clinics, or urgent care centers.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat patients primarily in the outpatient clinic setting. This would include most primary care clinicians and outpatient-based specialists.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat patients primarily in the inpatient hospital setting. This would include hospitalists, critical care specialists, rehabilitation clinicians, and inpatient-based specialists.
CHRONIC PAIN-BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
This course is designed for clinicians who treat patients primarily in the specialist areas of pain management or behavioral health.
This course is designed for pharmacists who see patients and dispense in inpatient or outpatient settings.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat patients and provide procedural or surgical care in the inpatient or outpatient setting. This would include surgeons, radiologists, gastroenterologists, advanced practice providers, and other proceduralists.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat pediatric patients in the inpatient or outpatient setting.
This course is designed for clinicians who treat women in the inpatient or outpatient setting. This would include clinician specialists in obstetrics, gynecology, and primary or specialist care clinicians with a focus on women’s health.
This course is designed for clinicians or non-clinicians who are interested in general pain management related education. This may include clinicians who are no longer in active clinical practice, health-care administrators, students, or those whose practice setting may not be covered by one of the other courses.
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Each day in Tennessee, at least three people die from an opioid-related overdose, which is more than the number of daily traffic fatalities. Since 1999, the number of opioid-related overdose deaths nationwide, including prescription opioids and heroin, has quadrupled. Route One offers a means for educating healthcare providers about opioids.
About QuizTime Courses
Courses are designed to provide specialty specific content about opioid prescribing, pain management and proper disposal of prescription drugs.
About the Grant
The Route One grant promotes best practices for attacking the opioid epidemic.