LSU Orofacial Pain Continuum™ in New Orleans

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LSU Orofacial Pain Continuum™ - Continuing Education

Online Continuing Education

Earn continuing education credits by taking a one-hour online continuing education course on Orofacial Pain with AnytimeCE from LSU Health New Orleans Continuing Dental Education. Click here to register online for the one-hour computer-based training (CBT) course. Register for the course by creating an account using your email address as your username and creating a password. Click here for instructions on creating your account.


​Once you create an account, it is easy to login any time and register for any CBT course. So you can log back in if you get logged out, be sure to make a note of your username and the password you created. You have 10 days from the date of your registration to complete a CBT course. The course will expire after 10 days.

During the course, you will be asked to respond to questions covering the topic. These questions must be answered before continuing. At the end of the course, you are required to complete a 10-question knowledge assessment and course evaluation before receiving course credit. After completing the evaluation, print out or save your Verification of Participation letter as a PDF. Because CBT courses are available any time, all AnytimeCE course registrations must be completed online. If you have questions, please email
info@lsucde.org or call (504) 941-8193 (Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm CST).


Overview

Pain is a primary symptom for which patients seek medical or dental care. In this course the various mechanisms of orofacial pain will be presented.


Presenter: Henry A. Gremillion, DDS, MAGD

Course Length: 1 hour


Course Objectives

After completing the course, participants should be able to:
          1. Briefly describe the research associated with the prevalence of orofacial pain.
          2. Describe the physiological aspects and categories of orofacial pain.
          3. Discuss common somatic and musculoskeletal sources of pain.
          4. Discuss common neuropathic sources of pain.
          5. Discuss various categories of headache that might be encountered.