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Videos and Activities

Please note that BOTH the pre-test and the evaluation for each video must be completed to earn CME or CE credits for the video. The pre-test and the evaluation must be completed within one week of beginning a video.

A limited number of physicians and other providers of services to Pennsylvanians with autism and their families are eligible to receive free CME and CE credit.

You will be prompted for your CME or CE completion certificate at the end of the evaluation. This is also where you will be prompted for payment or exemption as a Pennsylvania provider. After completing, the evaluation, the certificate will be mailed electronically within 7 days. 

Recognizing and Diagnosing ASD and Psychopharmacology

Joel Bregman, M.D.

Medical Director
Center for Autism Philadelphia, PA

Edward Brodkin, M.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of the Adult Autism Spectrum Program
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Objectives:

  • Accurately describe ASD manifestation in adults
  • Identify follow-up testing that is necessary after an adult ASD diagnosis
  • Recognize when medication intervention is necessary with behavioral interventions   

Speaker Disclosures:

Joel Bregman, M.D., and Edward Brodkin, M.D. have no commercial relationships to disclose.

Credits Earned for CME:  

Credits Earned for CE: .1 IACET

Post-Test and Evaluation Here

Psychopharmacology and Coordination with Behavioral Treatment in Individuals with ASD

James Connell, Ph.D., NCSP, BCBA-D

Clinical Core Director
A.J. Drexel Autism Institute 
Drexel University

Edward Brodkin, M.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of the Adult Autism Spectrum Program 
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Objectives:

  • Increase comprehension of the beneficial relationship between medication management and behavioral treatment
  • Recognize how medication management and behavioral treatment can be used together to increase treatment results
  • Identify how medication management and behavioral interventions can be used together in treatments for adults with ASD 

Speaker Disclosures:

James Connell, Ph.D., NCSP, BCBA-D, and Edward Brodkin, M.D. have no commercial relationships to disclose.  

CME Credits Earned:  1
CE Credits Earned: .1 IACET

Post-Test and Evaluation Here

Psychopharmacology and Treating ADHD and OCD Symptoms in Individuals with ASD

Manely Ghaffari, M.D.

Psychiatrist
Center City Psychiatry 

Edward Brodkin, M.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of the Adult Autism Spectrum Program 
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania

Objectives:

  • Identify differences in ADHD, tics, and OCD-like symptoms in individuals with ASD
  • Associate information about symptoms to medication & behavioral treatment of adults with ASD

Speaker Disclosures:

Manely Ghaffari, M.D., and Edward Brodkin, M.D. have no commercial relationships to disclose.  

CME Credits Earned:  1

CE Credits Earned: .1 IACET

Post-Test and Evaluation Here

Psychopharmacology and Treating Social Interaction Difficulties in Individuals with ASD

Michael Murray, M.D.

Director ASERT, Central Region
Director Division of Autism Services
Penn State Hershey  

Edward Brodkin, M.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of the Adult Autism Spectrum Program 
Perelman School of Medicine
University of Pennsylvania 

Objectives:

  • Describe prevalence of social interaction difficulties in adults with ASD
  • Identify the benefits of interventions that utilize medication
  • Recognize the benefits of interventions which do not involve medication

Speaker Disclosures:

Michael Murray, M.D., and Edward Brodkin, M.D. have no commercial relationships to disclose.  

CME Credits Earned:  1

CE Credits Earned: .1 IACET