BHC Continuing Medical Education Course on ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia


In addition to treating patients, one of the major initiatives at Bateman Horne Center is to educate clinicians, researchers, and patients about ME/CFS. On April 27, BHC will be offering continuing medical education (CME) for clinicians on ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia, taught by Dr. Lucinda Bateman. Clinicians are required to do a certain amount of CME to retain their medical licenses, and this course will earn clinicians 4 CME credits.

Clinicians who attend will learn about the major presenting features of ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia, how exercise affects people with these conditions, and how to help patients identify their activity tolerance, among other topics. As a follow-up to the CME course, clinicians will also get information about the research that BHC participates in, and how they can refer patients to BHC for research projects.

For the full CME event flyer, click here. 

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