Stop guessing if you're handling DOT Medical Examiner commercial driver exams properly. Here's your chance to dive into specific conditions and body systems each month to confidently manage the subtleties of more complex problems.
You learned all the "official" rules and regulations in the NRCME examiner training course, but now stay on top of all the guidelines, medical expert panel reports, and current best practices a DOT medical examiner has at their disposal to make the right determination.
1-2 conditions or body systems we'll explore in detail each month
Supplementary DOT exam materials (forms, videos, worksheets)
We'll add these as they come up to help you in your daily practice
CE Credit for each session!
Physician Continuing Medical Education This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and Urgentcarementor, LLC. The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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The Video on the New DOT Form was GREAT. It answered all my questions. Particularly the Determination Pending Section. The video can be paused, rolled back, and a segment viewed again – Excellent. Well worth it.Joseph Soler, MD
Excellent review of a somewhat confusing topic! (Exemptions), Another great review of a potentially confusing topic (Neuro). These lectures are succinct and well presented. They are a blessing for all of us in the trenches trying to make difficult decisions on a daily basis. Again, I thank you!Walter Vieweg, DO, Director of Occupational Medicine, Lake Health System
Just listened to the presentation. I was quite impressed. And after OM residency, boarding and 30 years or so of practice, I’ve followed FMCSA regs for awhile. And I’ve heard my share of presentations on driver exams. I must say, yours was excellent. Style and content both spot on. What I thought was particularly useful about the presentation is that it had information of value to old timers like me… as well as the newbies. Well done. I work in a system with a bunch of primary care docs. I’m about to send a reminder about the changes in process. I’ll include a link to your presentation in case anyone wants a refresher.Dennis Schultz MD MSPH FACOEM
Waivers, Exemptions, Intra-City Zone, SPE
Updated guidelines, "New" HTN rules
Stroke, TIA, Seizures, Progressive disease
COPD, Smoking, Chantix, PFTs
Medication effects on driving performance
Alcohol, Illicit and Rx Drugs
Arthritis, deformities, amputations, SPE
Nephrotoxic drugs, dialysis, urinalysis
Exemptions, specialty opinions, testing