e-Live Learning Center Features Leading Addiction Medicine Content

The ASAM e-Live Learning Center was introduced last year and continues to accommodate the busy lives of members by giving another opportunity for earning continuing medical education (CME) credit and obtaining valuable addiction medicine information.

“The e-Live Learning Center is notable because it offers more than 100 recorded sessions including content from the 2011 Med-Sci Conference, 2011 State of the Art Conference, 2011 Ruth Fox Course, and 2011 Pain and Addiction Course, as well as offerings on SBIRT and Opioid Dependence Practice Management,” says Arlene C. Deverman, ASAM Senior Director, Professional Development. “That content is captured digitally, and presented as a slide deck synced with the audio from the presentations at the conference.”

All registrants of the ASAM 43rd Annual Medical-Scientific Conference will be given free access to material from the conference by the end of May, when it will also become available for purchase to those that were unable to attend the conference.

“Courses are offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week in order to provide members the opportunity to learn on their own schedules and at whatever location suits them best,” Deverman says. “Conference attendees may obtain more information during the Med-Sci Conference on how to access and use the e-Live Learning Center, as well as how to claim CME. Simply visit the MultiView Demo Desk by the registration area or discuss the e-Live Learning Center with ASAM staff members at the ASAM exhibit booth (No. 9).

To access the e-Live Learning Center and claim CME certificates from Med-Sci, visit theĀ ASAM website, click the “Education” tab, and select, “e-Live Learning Center.”