Five (5) Category 1 AMA PRA CME CreditsTM
Utility of Genetic Testing in Guiding Psychopharmacotherapeutic Choice – Stephen R. Saklad, Pharm.D., BCPP (maximum 2 credit hours)
Psychopharmacology: Myth vs. Fact – Tawny Smith, PharmD & Marisa Toups, MD (maximum 2 credit hours)
Rationale Use of Anxiolytics – John Hettema, MD (maximum 1 credit hour) – virtual
CME PROGRAM GOAL / TARGET AUDIENCE
This live activity has been designed in a format consisting of case study presentations, lectures and direct discussion to provide its primary target audience of Psychiatrists, as well as other specialties of medicine, with the most up-to-date, evidence-based data that can be translated into clinical practice. Information and data will address new developments in treatments and new directions in research to address the professional practice gaps of the learners and advance the physicians’ competence and effective use of targeted skills so that they may develop strategies to apply the knowledge, skills and judgement of the information presented in the educational activity into their practice. The learning objectives for this activity have been designed to address clinician competence.
TSPP has incorporated into this CME activity the relevant educational needs concerning competence that underlie the professional practice gaps of our participants.
The Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians is accredited by the Texas Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians designates this Live Activity for a maximum of five (5) AMA PRA Category I CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity.
FACULTY AND PLANNERS DISCLOSURE POLICY
The Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians will disclose to participants the existence of any relevant financial relationships between faculty members, TSPP staff and members, who planned, authored, contributed to, and/or reviewed the content of this activity, and any commercial interest discussed in this educational activity. Disclosure will occur through written communication in the syllabus/handout material.