General Credentialed Pain Practitioner (GCPP) Renewal CME Bundle
If you are credentialed under the General Credentialed Pain Practitioner (GCPP) bundle, this 5-hour CE program was created to keep you up-to-date on best practices in integrative and multi-disciplinary pain management.
In addition to keeping an unencumbered medical license, you are also required to complete 100 hours of CME—per 4-year renewal cycle. This 5-hour bundle is mandatory; but the remaining 95 hours can be chosen as you see fit.
If your current certificate expires after October 1, 2018, you must complete the programs in this bundle before your credential can be renewed. If your certificate expires before October 1, 2018, you must complete the programs in this bundle during your next 4-year renewal cycle.
The courses included in this bundle are:
- Changing Mindsets to Enhance Pain Treatment Effectiveness
- Interdisciplinary Functional Restoration Programs for Chronic Pain
- The Science, Politics, and Medicine of Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain
- Wounded Healers: Preventing Clinician Suicide
- Lessons from Chiropractic Medicine: Using Fewer High-Risk Drugs for Low Back Pain
Please direct any questions to:
Project Manager, Professional Development
This 5-hour CE activity is designed for all clinicians who treat chronic pain.
Please see each individual program for learning objectives.
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Changing Mindsets to Enhance Pain Treatment Effectiveness
Faculty: Beth D. Darnall, PhD
Interdisciplinary Functional Restoration Programs for Chronic Pain
Faculty: Mark Johnson, PhD, Peter Abaci, MD, Michael Sullivan, PT
The Science, Politics, and Medicine of Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain
Faculty: Mark Wallace, MD
Wounded Healers: Preventing Clinician Suicide
Faculty: W. Clay Jackson, MD, DIpTh
Lessons from Chiropractic Medicine: Using Fewer High-Risk Drugs for Low Back Pain
Faculty: James M. Whedon, DC, MS
Please see each individual program for Accreditation information.