Presented by: Unrest, the film, directed by Jen Brea. Tutorial presented by Dr. David Kaufman
Provided by: American Medical Women’s Association and Indiana University School Of Medicine
Description: Unrest, a film documentary, was created by Jennifer Brea, a Harvard PhD candidate, who was afflicted by and eventually disabled by ME/CFS. The film documents the experiences of Ms. Brea and of others with ME/CFS as they struggled with receiving a diagnosis of ME/CFS, searched for access to effective medical care in a healthcare environment with notable limitations in this realm, and fought against social stigmatization, personal isolation, and a lack of knowledge understanding within their communities. Providers can receive CMEs for watching the film and the accompanying 12 minute video featuring Dr. David Kaufman.
For whom: For US healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, and social workers, who will receive 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 2.0 Category I CEU as outlined by the Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board.
The CME is free. Expires 09/11/2021.
This film may also serve as a useful resource to patients, families, and friends of those with ME/CFS or struggling with a poorly-defined or undiagnosed illness.
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