Pain Management 6 Hours Course for Oregon Healthcare Professionals
Oregon Pain Management Commission Mandated Course
|Oregon Pain Management 6 Hours Mandatory Course|
|Contact Hours: 6 Hours
100% Online Training & Test
Fulfills OPMC Mandated Requirement
Course Curriculum: Click Here
Certificate: Printable (PDF) Certificate
Oregon Pain Management Education Requirement: The OPMC has mandated a requirement of one hour of Oregon specific pain education, and six additional hours of continuing education on the issue of pain management or palliative care. This is a one-time requirement of the licensees of the regulatory boards, and must be completed prior to license renewal. The additional six hours of continuing education is required for all healthcare professionals (Note: This course does NOT provide AMA Category-1 CME).
As directed by ORS 409.560 and 409.565, the Pain Management Commission provides one (1) hour of Oregon specific training required for certain licensed health care professionals. You are required to complete six (6) additional continuing education hours in pain or palliative care.
Course Approval: The Oregon Pain Management Commission, and other licensing boards do not approve courses or course providers, but accepts courses approved by other nationally accredited nursing/dental/physical therapy/occupational therapy boards (such as California, Nevada and Florida) for Continuing Education. Note: This course does NOT provide AMA Category-1 CME.
Biologix Solutions LLC is a nationally approved provider of online continuing education for nursing, dental, physical therapy, occupational therapy and other healthcare professionals. Oregon Pain Management Commission has listed us as an accepted provider to fulfill 6 hours of additional pain management education requirement. We strongly encourage you to check with your licensing board to ensure that Biologix Solutions’s course fulfills board specific requirements. If you have any questions, please check with your licensing board about specific requirements.
FAQs: If you have any questions regarding Pain Management CE requirement, please contact your licensing board or visit Oregon Pain Management Commission.