Continuing Education and Evaluations

2020 Appalachian Addiction & Prescription Drug Abuse Virtual Conference
November 5-6, 2020

The Appalachian Addiction and Prescription Drug Abuse Conference has been developed specifically in cooperation with the WV Board of Medicine, WV Board of Osteopathic Medicine, WV Board of Nursing, and WV Board of Pharmacy and is approved for the 3-hour CME licensure board(s) requirement for all physicians, physician assistants, podiatrists and we expect approval for nurses and pharmacists / others who prescribe/dispense controlled substances. We have 15 hours of CME for 11 different disciplines, MDs, DOs, PA, Pharmacists, Nurses, Counselors, Lawyers (18.60 MCLE credits), Social Workers, and other addiction professionals. CEs jointly provided by CAMC Institute.


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Continuing Medical Education Evaluation
West Virginia Medical Foundation
CEs jointly provided by CAMC Institute


To receive credit and a certificate of attendance, participants must complete the evaluation form for the corresponding certificate requested in the sidebar (to the right).

The certificate will be emailed to you at the end of the virtual conference.

Disclosures:
The activity planning committee members for this event have no financial interests to disclose. Click here to view conference faculty/speaker disclosure statements.

AAPDAC Session Evaluation
(for CE/CMEs)
(session evaluation to be completed by all attendees requesting a certificate for CE/CMEs from CAMC)

 

AAPDAC Session Evaluation
(for DOs)
(session evaluation to be completed by attendees requesting a certificate from West Virginia Osteopathic Medical Association)

 

AAPDAC Session Evaluation
(for MCLEs)
(session evaluation to be completed by all attendees requesting a certificate for MCLEs)

 

AAPDAC Conference Evaluation(overall conference evaluation to be completed by all attendees)

 

Exhibitor Survey(to be completed by Exhibitor Booth staff)

 

Speaker Disclosures

 

Questions about continuing education credits? Contact Marlene Hall