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Innovations in Clinician Continuing Professional Development

Welcome to Baylor Clinician Resources, an evolving learning library featuring state-of-the-art tools that allow you to access educational opportunities and course development resources to drive professional growth, support practice transformation, and improve care.

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DEA Requirements for Opioids/Substance Use Disorder Training

Starting June 27, 2023 new DEA licensing registrations or renewals for prescribers of controlled substances will require 8 hours of training on opioids or Substance Use Disorders (SUD).  Find a collection of resources approved for CME and pain management credit that meet the DEA requirements on BCM Clinician Resources.

Highlights from Clinician Resources

Dr. Kristin Kostick-Quentin discusses potential future applications of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in the medical field and how we will need to reconsider medical and professional ethics as AI continues to advance in capacity and …

Screening for Colorectal CancerDr. Ronald A. Gagliano Jr. and Dr. Devi Mukkai Krishnamurty discuss the …

Jose Vela Jr., J.D., discusses key laws that prohibit or impose limitations on certain business …

Dr. Thomas Kosten discusses his research on the role of biomarkers, specifically epigenetic microRNAs, in …

Dr. Pradip Saha discusses the function of the Mouse Metabolism and Phenotyping Core and the …

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The BCM Clinician Resources Learning Library is always growing. Explore and contribute to this evolving catalog of evidence-based activities to improve patient safety and care.

Featured Learning Spotlights

Health Care Tools

Showcased are tools, resources, and products that BCM faculty and their collaborators have developed to improve patient health. We hope these trailers inspire you to imagine new ways for technology and training to innovate the ways we connect and deliver care.

Institute for Continuing Professional Development in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (I-QIPS)

I-QIPS provides a home for College-wide educational initiatives as well as resources and recognition for faculty and staff interested in the science, application, and teaching of quality improvement and patient safety (QI/PS).

News from the Baylor Ecosystem

Featuring an array of information channels and forums that share the emerging research and innovations of the wider BCM community.