45 AMA PR Category 1 CME credits are available for the Clinical Metabolomics Module. This CME credit is available at no extra cost. In most states, the amount of CME provided in this module alone is 90% of what is required to re-certify as a medical provider in a 2-year cycle.
Upon completing this module you receive a "Certificate of Attendance in Exposomics" You may request to sit for the full final exam (offered in the Certification pathway) at email@example.com. You must make this request within 1 week of receiving your Certificate of Attendance in this module. The requirements to sit for this final exam are the "Certificate of Attendance" and the "Certificate of Completion of the Clinical Metabolomics Module" plus a $200 fee. The regular cost of this module bundled with the examination in the Essential HOMe/HOPe course is $1400, so please consider whether the regular module or audit module best suits your goals.
Week 1: Introduction, Definitions & Differentiations
In this lesson, we discuss the basics along with answering an important clarifying question. What is the Exposed Unit (EU) from the lens of General Exposomics, Clinical Toxicology vs. Clinical Exposomics?
Week 2: The General External Environmental Factors (EFs)
In this lesson, the General Exposome or General External Environmental Factors (EFs) will focus on those that can be detected through available Clinical Exposomics tests.
Week 3: The Specific External Environmental Factors (EFs)
An exploration of several Specific External Environmental Factors (EFs) as Lifestyle Exposures.
Week 4: The Basic Detoxification Processes
In the first part of this lesson, we discuss cellular adaptation, injury or death due to toxicants. We finish the lesson by discussing the ADME (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination) processes.
Week 5: Clinical Exposomics in Practice
We integrate the HOMe/HOPe perspective with the illness medicine perspective through an actual case discussion.
Week 6: The General Exposomics Non-Clinical
We round out this module by providing history, definitions, exposure assessments and global trends in the Exposomics world.
Week 7: Final Exam
Let's put your Exposomics study to the test!