Accredited Training for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners - Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Accredited Training for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners 301 - 304

$349.00 USD

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Hour 1:

  • Identify the requirements to become a National Registry Certified Medical Examiner
  • Report Completed CDL Exams to the National Registry
  • Obtain a CLIA Certificate of Waiver
  • Specify Commercial Driving Licenses, vehicles, commerce, standards and medical guidance requirements and definitions


Hour 2:

  • Summarize the Medical Examiner Role and Responsibilities
  • Assist Drivers in filling out the driver portions of the Medical Exam Report Form
  • Complete and review the Medical Exam Report Form
  • Issue a Medical Examiner’s Certificate


Hour 3:

  • Review medication use by drivers
  • Assess driver general health and wellness factors and medical condition health risk
  • Perform the physical examination of a driver of commercial vehicles
  • Evaluate Vision disorders related to driving a commercial vehicle


Hour 4:

  • Calculate ANSI, ISO, and Whisper hearing testing values
  • Perform external and otoscopic evaluation related to driving requirements
  • Appraise driver ear disorders that affect safe driving
  • Evaluate drivers with hypertension for driving a commercial vehicle


Hour 5

  • Perform the cardiovascular examination for drivers
  • Assess cardiovascular disease in drivers of commercial vehicles
  • Determine acceptable cardiovascular safe driving risk for drivers
  • Assign medical certificate duration for drivers with cardiovascular disease


Hour 6:

  • Evaluate drivers with Cardiac Arrhythmias, pacemakers, implanted defibrillators
  • Recall driving requirements for arrhythmias, syncope, transplants
  • Distinguish cardiovascular medication effects that are a risk to safe driving
  • Determine driving status and duration for safe driving


Hour 7:

  • Apply Respiratory guidance for drivers with respiratory disease
  • Conduct the respiratory and sleep apnea exam and evaluation
  • Determine which drives must be tested and treated for OSA
  • Assess Obstructive Sleep Apnea safety risk in drivers


Hour 8:

  • Assess the drivers neurological history
  • Determine neurological driving safety risk according to FMCSA guidance
  • Explain severity’s affect on driving status from cerebrovascular, head trauma and spinal cord injuries on driving status
  • Assess driver eligibility for a Federal Seizure disorder exemption.


Hour 9:

  • Appraise diabetes in drivers of commercial vehicles
  • Determine driving status and duration according to FMCSA guidance for drivers with diabetes
  • Evaluate risk to safe driving for drivers with other endocrine disorders and other diseases without specific FMCSA guidelines in drivers
  • Recall classifications of hypoglycemic medications and their impact on safe driving


Hour 10:

  • Differentiate between psychological disorders affecting drivers
  • Identify medical treatment and therapy for psychological disorders
  • Recall disqualifying psychological disorders for drivers of commercial vehicles
  • Appraise medications for psychological disorders for safe driving risk


Hour 11:

  • Discuss the FMCSA musculoskeletal standard and guidelines
  • Determine those drivers eligible for a Special Performance Examination
  • Apply the FMCSA Drug and Alcohol testing to drivers and motor carriers
  • Asses drivers to refer for substance abuse professional evaluation


Hour 12:

  • Review FMCSA provided practice scenarios
  • Derive FMCSA evaluation procedure as provided in practice scenarios
  • Apply FMCSA evaluation concepts to drivers as contained in FMCSA practice scenarios
  • Prepare for the FMCSA Certification Test

Michael Megehee, DC

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