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"Case Studies in Mulitmodal Pain Management" - Courtney Mosley, PA-C

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1.0 CME credit
Completion Time
1 hour
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March 8, 2025
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Addiction Medicine, Current PA Student, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Hospice / Palliative Care, Hospital Medicine, Neurosurgery, Pain Management, Plastic Surgery, Pre-PA Student, Primary Care, Surgery, and Trauma
Clinical Topics
New Drugs and Pain

Discusses an overview of pain management including updates in recent prescribing changes in Arkansas for PAs. Discusses how to convert doses of opioids when transitioning between medications, non pharmacologic options for multimodal pain management, as well as introductions to ketamine and other alternative pain treatments. Also discusses treatment of opioid use disorder including suboxone and methadone. 

Speaker bio: Since graduating from the UAMS inaugural PA class Courtney has been practicing in hospital medicine and palliative medicine. She is happy to be back in AR after a 3 yr stent in Louisiana where she developed and managed the hospital’s first Palliative Medicine program. She is currently working at Highlands Oncology of NWA in outpatient Palliative Medicine. 

Learning Objectives

At the completion of the presentation, attendees should be able to: 

  1. Understand basics of opioid conversion
  2. Have exposure to non pharmacological options in the setting of multimodal pain management
  3. Understand the benefits of ketamine in pain management
  4. Understand the recent Arkansas law changes as it pertains to PAs
  5. Understand the use of suboxone and methadone in the setting of opioid use disorder. 


Courtney Mosley
Courtney Mosley MPAS, PA-C

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This activity offers 1.0 CME credit to attendees.

Accredited by AAPA.

This activity has been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and is compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 19 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. PAs should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation.

Approval is valid from 3/8/2024 to 3/8/2025. AAPA reference number: CME-2010808.



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