Total Credits: 3.75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)
Needs Assessment: “We’ve got to have a delicate balance of carefully and prudently going towards normality and opening up at the same time that we contain and not allow these surges.” — Dr. Anthony Stephen Fauci
The new ‘normal’ is here. As this fact sinks in, those of us in direct patient care need to focus our efforts with an intention for proficiency AND efficiency, to relearn and develop a new format and flow for office and hospital care. What does it mean to mix in a substantial load of telemedicine patients? How do we balance consumer expectations (instant doc on my phone) with our understanding of the standard of care? 2020 shifted the axis of the world, now we must find balance and GO FAST.
Program Objective: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will receive a review of different disease processes, new ways for workflow and format, using new tools at the point of care, to provide a new kind of care, and do it all efficiently: working smarter, not harder.
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Sarah Martin Hall, DO, is an Oklahoma native who earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, OK, in 2005. After graduation, she performed her family medicine internship and residency at the OSU Medical Center. While in medical school, she was a team facilitator for the OB/GYN department, a research technician for the microbiology department, a histology tutor for the anatomy and cell biology department, and a microbiology tutor in the microbiology department. Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Hall is a joint-appointed professor for the department of family medicine and medical education. She is also the program director of the OMECO THC family medicine residency. In 2019, Dr. Hall decided to perform a primary care training enhancement fellowship in efforts to lead health care transformation and enhance teaching in a community-based setting.
Dr. Stephanie Aldret, DO is a graduate of Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa. She completed an Internship and Residency in Family Medicine at Oklahoma State University and a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, VA, where she served as one of the team physicians for Virginia Tech and Radford University. She is board certified in Family Medicine, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, and Sports Medicine. She is Discipline Chair for Family Medicine and Sports Medicine at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine-Louisiana in Monroe. She previously was faculty for the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Lafayette Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and Family Medicine Residency and practiced non-operative sports medicine with an emphasis on concussion management, osteopathic manipulation, and musculoskeletal ultrasound at Louisiana Orthopaedic Specialists in Lafayette, LA. She serves as one of the team physicians for the University of Louisiana at Monroe and USA Gymnastics-Trampoline and Tumbling and is part of the volunteer medical pool for USA Wrestling and USA Figure Skating. Dr. Aldret has also provided medical care for the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games, Paralympic Qualifying events, Oklahoma Special Olympics, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, roller derby, rodeo, hockey (professional and junior hockey), and professional baseball. She and her husband provided medical coverage for Team USA at the 2019 ParaPanAm Games in Lima, Peru. Dr Aldret currently serves as the Immediate Past-President of the Louisiana Osteopathic Medical Association and as a Louisiana delegate to the American Osteopathic Association House of Delegates.
Randy L. Aldret, EdD, ATC, LAT, CSCS is the Assistant Dean for Research and Faculty Development at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Louisiana Campus in Monroe, LA. Prior to his appointment at VCOM-LC, Dr. Aldret was an Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Director of the Athletic Training Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is a state licensed and nationally certified athletic trainer (AT) with 20+ years of clinical practice, a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), with experience in the high school, arena football and collegiate settings, with additional teaching experience serving as an adjunct professor at two other schools (University of Tulsa and Radford University). Dr. Aldret concurrently served as assistant athletic trainer in the UL athletic department during the Fall of 2013 & 2014, where he was part of the medical staff for two Ragin' Cajuns New Orleans Bowl victories. He was awarded the School of Kinesiology Faculty Member of the Year Award in 2016, and was recently completed his term as Director of Continuing Education for the Louisiana Athletic Trainers Association.
Dr. Aldret now assists the ULM Athletic Department with medical services for their athlete population and via assessment of how physiological and psychological stressors inhibit athlete performance. His research interests are best practices in athletic training education, diabetes management in athletics, and his sustained research track is in athletic performance and examination and diagnosis of concussion. Dr. Aldret is married to the former Stephanie Hendricks of Oklahoma City, who is his research partner, and the Chair of Family Medicine, OMM and Sports Medicine for VCOM-Louisiana. Both Dr. Aldret's were part of the medical staff for Team USA at the 2019 ParaPan American Games and have been selected to join the US Paralympic Team in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Bradley D. Hardy, DO, is a Tulsa native and third generation family practice physician who earned his Doctor of Osteopathic medical degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa in 2013. Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Hardy is an outpatient family medicine physician at the Warren Clinic in Tulsa. He is the Warren Clinic Pharmacy Committee Chair and is a member of the Saint Francis Health System Physician Advisory to Senior Leadership. Fun fact: Dr. Hardy loves to fly. On his sixteenth birthday, he soloed a flight and received his driver’s license – he received his pilot’s license a year later. When Dr. Hardy isn’t in the air or treating patients, he is spending time with his two boys.
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Virtual 2021 Winter CME Seminar "Go Fast" - Friday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/22/2021
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Virtual 2021 Winter CME Seminar "Go Fast" - Saturday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/23/2021
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