CME/CE Expiration Date: 10/03/2017*
*The expiration date listed above is the last day CME/CE credit can be claimed for this specific presentation.
The Behavioral Strategies for Treating Obesity bundle focuses on the topic of behavior, one of the obesity medicine treatment pillars. Presentations include:
- Behavioral and Psychosocial Diagnosis and Treatment
- The Relationship among Adverse Childhood Experiences, Obesity, Adult Biomedical Disease, and Psychological Dysfunction
- Eat More, Exercise Less: The Key to Sustainable Weight Loss
- Motivational Interviewing: The Essentials
- To Change or Not to Change with Motivational Interviewing: That is the Question
- Encountering Eating Disorders in Obesity Medicine
- Food Addiction and Obesity
- Eating Disorder, Motivational Interviewing, and Food Addiction Experts: Panel Discussion
- Connecting Neurochemistry to Binge Eating, Compulsive Overeating and Emotional Eating and How It Drives Treatment
- The Eating Behavior Questionnaire: A Novel Clinical Examination
- Educate, Motivate, Empower: Innovative Strategies to Get Your Patients in the Right Mindset
- Addressing Weight Bias in Health Care: How to be a Better Doctor
Disclosures (at time of recording):
- Carl Knopke, MD, FOMA: Nothing to disclose
- Vincent Felitti, MD, FACP: Nothing to disclose
- Ethan Lazarus, MD: Eisai: Speakers Bureau; Novo Nordisk: Advisory Board, Educational Planning, Speakers Bureau; Takeda: Speakers Bureau
- Amy V. Lukowski, PsyD: Nothing to disclose
- Susan Mengen, PhD, CEDS: Nothing to disclose
- Mark Gold, MD: Nothing to disclose
- Ralph Carson, PhD: Nothing to disclose
- Ed J. Hendricks, MD, MFOMA: Eurodrug Laboraties: Speaker; Akrimax Pharmaceuticals: Speaker; VIVUS: Speaker: Citius Pharmaceuticals, LLC: Consultant; GLG Healthcare & Biomedical Council: Consultant
- Irv Brechner: Nothing to disclose
- Scott Kahan, MD, MPH, Dipl. ABOM: Eisai: Advisory Board, Speakers Bureau; Novo Nordisk: Advisory Board, Research Activities, Development of Educational Materials, Speakers Bureau; Takeda: Advisory Board, Development of Educational Materials, Speakers Bureau: VIVUS: Advisory Board, Development of Educational Materials, Speakers Bureau
- Amy Arrow Articolo, DO, FACOOG, Dipl. ABOM: Novo Nordisk: Speakers Bureau, Advisory Board
- Michael Bateman, DO: Mead Johnson: Speaker
- Deborah Bade Horn, DO, MPH, MFOMA: Novo Nordisk: Advisory Board, Speakers Bureau, Development of Educational Materials; Takeda: Speakers Bureau; Eisai: Advisory Board
- Myra L. Muramoto, MD, MPH: Sanofi-Aventis: Holdings
- Stephen J. Petteruti, DO: Metagenics: Speakers Bureau
- Eric C. Westman, MD, MHS, MFOMA: Vivus: Speakers Bureau; Eisai: Speakers Bureau; KE Diet: Advisory Board; Invoy: Advisory Board
- Nothing to Disclose: Crystal Broussard, MD; Sandra Christensen, MSN, ARNP, FOMA; Krishna Doniparthi, MD, FOMA; Ursula Inge Ferguson, DO, FACOI, FOMA; Brent Gear, DO; Charles Halliman; Carl Knopke, MD, FOMA; Richard Lindquist, MD, ABFM, FAASP, FOMA; Dana Mansell, CHCP; William McCarthy, MD, FOMA; Jeremy McConnell, MD; Timothy McCormick, DO, MPH; Daisy Merey, MD, PhD; Scott Rigden, MD, FAAFP, MFOMA; Kevin Rosenberg, MD; Stacy Schmidt, PhD; Harold Seim, MD, MPH, FOMA; Jennifer Seger, MD, FOMA; Laurie Traetow, CAE; J. Warren Willey, DO
The Obesity Medicine Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The OMA designates this enduring material internet activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
October 01, 2015
September 01, 2017 2:55 PM
- Review treatments for specific behavioral problems.
- Understand how negative childhood experiences like bullying and sexual, physical, or mental abuse contribute to obesity later in life.
- Review obesity-related neurological principles.
- Review common obesity-related behavioral problems (including eating, body image, sleep, and mood/anxiety/personality disorders).
- Understand basic causes of obesity, not intermediary mechanisms like neuropeptides or McDonalds.
- Understand why (not how) obesity occurs, and unconscious resistance to weight loss.
- Develop strategies for patients to help decrease their hunger.
- Understand how to use motivational interviewing and why it is different from a traditional approach.
- Detail the change process and the importance of targeted interventions in helping facilitate health behavior change.
- Describe how Motivational Interviewing is different from a traditional approach.
- Detail the single best predictor in helping patients create behavior change.
- Review of the prevalence and types of eating disorders found in patients seeking treatment for weight loss.
- Learn the DSM-5 Diagnostic Criteria for Binge-Eating Disorder.
- Review of Instruments which can identify patients with eating disorders in an obesity medicine practice.
- Discuss current evidence-based dietary and behavioral treatment approaches for eating disorders.
- Understand the 30 years of theory and experimental work on the food addiction hypothesis and relationship to addiction research in general.
- Review evidence that food can be an addictive substance.
- Increase knowledge about the psychological aspects of patients affected by obesity.
- Investigate the mind-body connection in food cravings.
- Use an eating behavior questionnaire to measure treatment-induced changes in eating patterns.
- Learn how to educate, motivate, and empower your patients with obesity.
- Recognize weight bias, stigma, and discrimination in others and in yourself.
- Learn strategies to effectively communicate with patients affected by overweight and obesity.
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™: 10.00
Participation Credit(s): 10.00
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