May 26, 2021
Join our board-certified psychiatrists and behavioral health medical directors for a one-hour webinar, Depression in a Primary Care Setting. The webinar is Monday, June 14, 2021, at 8 a.m., CT. It’s free to all providers. Those who attend will earn one continuing medical education credit (CME) or continuing education unit (CEU).
Discussion will include a high-level overview of depression and measurement-based care in a primary care setting. This introductory training will focus on behavioral health in the primary care setting, with treatment options across settings.
How do I attend?
Registration is required. Visit our Webinars and Workshops page for more information and online registration. Or, register now .
Future CME/CEU Offerings
Upcoming free webinars include:
- Opioid Use Disorder on Aug. 16, 2021
- Comorbid Behavioral Health and Physical Health Conditions on Oct. 25, 2021
Watch the News and Updates and our Webinars and Workshops page for details on these and other trainings.
The New Mexico Osteopathic Medical Association (NMOMA) is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. NMOMA designates this program for a maximum of 1 AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician's participation.
Social Work CEUs Approved by NASW-NM. The Licensee must maintain proof of continuing education courses taken for the past four (4) years. The New Mexico Regulations and Licensing Department, Boards and Commissions, Social Work Licensing Board reserves the right to audit a licensee’s continuing education records as it deems necessary. This event has been approved for a total of 1 CEU.
Physicians (M.D.s) and nurses can use AOA Cat 1-4 credit toward licensure. Psychologists, social workers and mental health counselors (LPC, LCPC, LPCC) can use the Social Work CEU credit toward licensure.
Material presented is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for the independent medical judgment of a physician. Physicians and other health care providers are encouraged to use their own best medical judgment based upon all available information and the condition of the patient in determining the best course of treatment. The fact that a service or treatment is described is not a guarantee that the service or treatment is a covered benefit and members should refer to their certificate of coverage for more details, including benefits, limitations and exclusions. Regardless of benefits, the final decision about any service or treatment is between the member and their health care provider.