The Alfred and Norma Stoller Continuing Medical Education Series
The Alpha-1 Foundation’s Continuing Medical Education (CME) Series is an accredited program designed to help clinicians and healthcare providers learn about Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency.
The Foundation has partnered with the Cleveland Clinic to develop the program. Participating healthcare professionals can earn an AMA/PRA Category 1 Credit upon program completion.
The CME program provides targeted, on-demand webcasts for healthcare professionals including pulmonologists, hepatologists, pediatric lung and liver physicians, liver and lung transplant physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, genetics counselors, respiratory therapists, and internal medicine/general medicine physicians.
Each video includes a patient testimonial about their Alpha-1 experience. These videos are also available for patients and caregivers to view.
Additional CME Opportunities
The following courses were developed through a partnership between Medscape, the Alpha-1 Foundation, and Cleveland Clinic:
Partnering with Patients to Improve Screening of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency: Implications for COPD, Emphysema, and Asthma Patients
To Test or Not: A Call to Action for Improving Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Management
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The Alpha-1 Foundation’s Continuing Medical Education Credits Program is supported in part by a generous gift from the Stoller family, in memory of Alfred and Norma Stoller for their dedication and passion to the field of Education.