This workbook has been approved for 5.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits[trademark] and 6.5 IEA WCCP continuing education hours. Learn how to accurately evaluate simple and complex pain, neurology and mental disorders. Based on the new principles of ""Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, sixth edition"", this resourceful training workbook explores the pain-related impairment, central and peripheral nervous system, and mental and behavior disorders chapters to help users appropriately apply the new methodology and understand the key differences between Guides Sixth and prior editions. Functional assessments, physical and mental examination findings and objective clinical tests are emphasized. More than 81 sample questions, answers and rationales are provided, along with thought-provoking tips, so users can test their knowledge and gain a better understanding of the Guides Sixth. A 50-question self-assessment test is also included, so physicians, attorneys, and adjusters can deepen their understanding of the Guides Sixth methodology and its use, and receive continuing education credit. ""Objectives for CME Pain, Neurology, and Mental Disorders Impairment Training Workbook"" helps to: apply the new methodology for impairment evaluations of pain, central and peripheral nervous system disorders, and mental and behavioral disorders as indicated in the Guides, sixth edition; summarize the new criteria for differentiators, including functional assessments, and how physical and mental examination findings and objective clinical tests are emphasized in the clinical assessment of pain, nervous system, and mental disorders; interpret individual variation and treatment effects in assessment of pain, nervous system and mental and behavioral related impairment; and, demonstrate the knowledge and ability to select the optimal diagnosis when more than one diagnosis can be used to describe a condition.