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Legal reminders for those who take UDTs (urine drug tests)…

For those of you that take UDT, urine drug tests, be aware that you must justify the frequency of the tests. Is your patient a low, medium, or high risk to be a drug abuser? Additionally, you must research what a particular insurance plan may require to approve whatever your UDT [...]

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Consequences of Refusing a Required COVID-19 Vaccination

A physician, dentist, or any other healthcare provider that lost privileges, or got terminated for refusing a required COVID-19 vaccination can be reported by their hospital or practice to the National Practitioner Data Bank. If you lost your privileges for more than 30 days or have been terminated, there’s a due [...]

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Women in Medicine

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OSHA: “Blood and Other Infectious Material”

Please note that when the OSHA regulations mention “blood”, it is referring to human blood or human blood products. “Other infectious materials” (OIM) refers to body fluids that could be contaminated by blood. Healthcare providers should know that purulence, and human tissue that was biopsied, is considered OIM. Until next week, [...]

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Suicidality Awareness: Identifying Anxiety, Depression and Bipolar Disorder in Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

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Communication Skills for Physicians working with the Unvaccinated Patient

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In Spite of Earth: A History of Life – A Virtual Master Class

Join EmPRO for a live virtual Master Class: The History of Life on Earth! In this 45-minute interactive presentation Sean Tvelia, Academic Chair, Professor of Physical Sciences, Suffolk Community College will discuss the extraordinary conditions in which life developed and continued to evolve on our planet and how its development shaped [...]

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OSHA Bloodborne Regulations: Exposure Control Plans

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) obtain your cooperation with their bloodborne regulations by requiring you to use an appropriate “Exposure Control Plan”. They are pre-written plans or templates with blank spaces to fill in what is required, and should be unique to the practice setting. In fact, the CDC website [...]

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You’re Invited to a Virtual Mindfulness Group Titled: Simple Practices for Complex Times with Dr. Mark Bertin

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Mindful Practice: When Things Go Wrong: The Hidden Gift of our Imperfections

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