Confronting Challenges in the Management of C difficile: Recurrent Infection and Hypervirulent Strains

The latest data and guidance on managing initial, recurrent, and hypervirulent CDI in this CME-certified program, which features an Interactive Virtual Presentation by a CDI expert plus focused commentaries.
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine

New Approaches to the Management of Gram-Negative Resistant Infections

In this comprehensive program, which includes CME/CE-certified on-demand Webcast, downloadable slides, and a ClinicalThought commentary, expert faculty discuss best practices and emerging strategies in managing patients with multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacterial infections.
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine

New and Old Drugs: Best Choices

Conference Overview: More than three-fourths of clinician office visits routinely involve prescription drug therapy, with analgesics, antihyperlipidemic agents and antidepressants topping the list of the most frequently prescribed therapeutic agents. As drugs are introduced and new uses for older medications are found, patients may find improved health and quality of life with appropriate use of therapeutic agents. Identifying strategies for suitable and cost-effective drug therapies requires...
HealthPartners Institute

Women’s Health and OB/GYN Update

Conference Overview: Health care for women requires up-to-date, gender-specific knowledge of disease prevention and disease management. This conference is designed to focus on the challenges clinicians face daily in their care of women in the primary care setting. Topics will focus on the most recent guidelines and effective approaches for screening, diagnosing and managing various conditions many women experience. Women often seek care from their primary clinicians to help them feel healthy...
HealthPartners Institute

Clinical Diabetes Management

About the Program: Diabetes is a very common and serious disease. New diabetes therapies and technologies are expanding dramatically and evidence-based guidelines are continually changing, making management more challenging. Keeping current with the latest therapies for the management of diabetes and related comorbidities is difficult and time consuming. Primary care clinicians are increasingly responsible for diabetes management and education. This requires extensive knowledge of the na...
HealthPartners Institute

Clinical Diabetes Management

About the Program: Diabetes is a very common and serious disease. New diabetes therapies and technologies are expanding dramatically and evidence-based guidelines are continually changing, making management more challenging. Keeping current with the latest therapies for the management of diabetes and related comorbidities is difficult and time consuming. Primary care clinicians are increasingly responsible for diabetes management and education. This requires extensive knowledge of the na...
HealthPartners Institute

Oral Agents for the Treatment of Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Lung cancer claims the lives of more people than any other cancer worldwide. In the US, lung cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer. In 2018, there were approximately 234,030 new cases diagnosed and over 154,000 lung cancer related deaths. Lung cancers are histologically (microscopic tissue structure) defined as small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), accounting for 15% and 85% of cases, respectively. Adenocarcinoma is the most common subtype of NSCLC....
The Rx Consultant

Leadership: A Pharmacist's Action Plan

The need for pharmacists to develop and exhibit strong leadership skills in this ever-changing pharmacy landscape is crucial. Pharmacists are faced with the demands of multiple priorities and in order to build an efficient, developed team, focused on improving clinical performance, it is essential that leaders are able to motivate their team to succeed. Take this course to learn your leadership style and how effective skills translate to positive changes in pharmacy practice.
CEI

Leadership: A Pharmacy Technician's Action Plan

The need for pharmacy technicians to develop and exhibit strong leadership skills in this ever-changing pharmacy landscape is crucial. Pharmacy technicians are asked to assume both formal and informal leadership roles.In order to build and contribute to an efficient, developed team, focused on improving clinical performance, it is essential that leaders are able to motivate their team to succeed. Take this course to learn your ...
CEI

Ketamine: An Opioid Alternative for Acute Pain Management

Patients often have poorly controlled pain in the emergency department, and finding effective alternatives to opioids can be challenging. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a journal club format discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to review low dose ketamine as an option for acute pain management. Join us as we discuss how appropriate patient selection and dosing strategies can limit side effects and help ketamine become another tool to avoid op...
CEI

It's a Match: Customizing Your Teaching to Your Student's Personality and Learning Style

At some point every preceptor encounters a situation with a student or resident that falls short of the learner’s or preceptor’s expectations – or both! Listen to this podcast to discover ways to prevent mismatches in preceptor and learner expectations by identifying and adapting to each learner’s uniqueness.
CEI

Iowa Pharmacy Law Boot Camp: Education for Iowa Nonresident Pharmacist

Upon successful completion of this knowledge-based CPE course, pharmacists should be able to: 1. Describe the various reporting requirements for a nonresident pharmacy 2. Describe the requirements for patient dispensing and counseling in Iowa for a nonresident pharmacy 3. Explain the policies required for nonresident pharmacy dispensing to an Iowa Care facility 4. Describe the requirements for compounding in Iowa and how they relate to USP standards 5. Explain the rules for controlled s...
CEI

Iowa Pharmacists - Wear your cape to work: Pharmacist-initiated naloxone dispensing

Laws surrounding dispensing and prescribing naloxone have changed in many states. Now more than ever, pharmacists need to take an active role in identifying patients at risk of overdose. This course provides an overview of the changes related to naloxone use in Iowa. Receive guidance on when to consider a co-prescription of naloxone and what product is most appropriate for a select patient. By participating in this activity, you will be prepared to educate your patients and ensure their safe...
CEI

Interprofessional Education/Practice: Preparing Ourselves and Our Students to be "Team-Ready"

Interprofessional education (IPE) – what does it mean, and how can you ensure students are engaging in it at your practice site? This course dispels some of the myths and discuss common roadblocks to incorporating IPE. Hear from preceptors who have successfully implemented IPE activities at their sites and leave with a plan for ways to integrate IPE into your teaching.
CEI

Incorporating Social and Administrative Sciences Topics into Didactic and Experiential Settings

Social and administrative science (SAS) topics, such as pharmacoeconomics and public health, make up a significant component of both the NAPLEX and Pharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment. While SAS content is often taught in individual courses, integrated models of learning have been proven to be effective teaching methods. This podcast reviews models of integrating SAS content and assessing student learning outcomes. Hear an innovative approach to incorporating these concepts into didactic...
CEI

Immunization Administration Training for Pharmacists

A 20-hour, practice-based education course intended for pharmacists and student pharmacists who are interested in learning the information and obtaining the skills necessary to become vaccine educators, facilitators, and immunizers. Please contact team@ceimpact.com for upcoming Live Workshop Dates.
CEI

Hypertension: A Review of What's Important for Patients in Your Practice

Since hypertension is encountered frequently by pharmacists in all practice settings, a thorough grasp of this condition is vital to providing the best patient care. This application-based continuing education course provides brief active learning exercises that will help you stay current on all aspects on hypertension management. Choose the topics that interest you or complete all exercises to obtain 2-hours of continuing education credit.
CEI

Helping Your Students Get Ready for Interviews

Help your students and residents shine during the interview process. Learn how to coach your students to success, including tips on etiquette and preparation. Additionally, you'll hear from both an experienced Residency Director and Student Preceptor about what's worked well for them.
CEI

HIPAA Privacy Training for Health Professionals 2019

Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and students must have the ability to navigate and interpret the policies established by their employers or experiential sites in response to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as it relates to protecting patient privacy. This course provides an overview of the importance of patient confidentiality, the major components of HIPAA and its role in protecting patients, along with guidance on how to identify and comply with organizatio...
CEI

Guideline Update Series: Osteoporosis, Dual Antiplatelet Therapy, Diabetic Neuropathy, COPD

Need help staying current on recent changes in clinical practice guidelines? This session is for you! These 15-minute practical presentations provide a practical review of recent updates in clinical practice guidelines for osteoporosis, dual antiplatelet therapy, diabetic neuropathy, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Listen to a quick summary of what’s changed and how to apply these changes to patients in your practice.
CEI

Guideline Update Series: Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Deprescribing, HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, Medication Assisted Therapy

Need help staying current on recent changes in clinical practice guidelines? This session is for you! These 15-minute practical presentations provide a practical review of recent updates in clinical practice guidelines for inflammatory bowel disease, deprescribing, HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, and medication assisted therapy for opioid use disorders. Listen to a quick summary of what’s changed and how to apply these changes to patients in your practice.
CEI

Guideline Update Series: Hormone Replacement Therapy, Anticholinergics in Elderly, Sepsis, Opioids

Need help staying current on recent changes in clinical practice guidelines? This session is for you! These 15-minute practical presentations provide a practical review of recent updates in clinical practice guidelines for hormone replacement therapy, anticholinergic burden in the elderly, sepsis, and opioid use in non-cancer chronic pain. Listen to a quick summary of what’s changed and how to apply these changes to patients in your practice.
CEI

Guideline Update Series: Diabetes, Clostridium Difficile, Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia, Antiemetics

Need help staying current on recent changes in clinical practice guidelines? This session is for you! These 20-minute practical presentations provide a practical review of recent updates in clinical practice guidelines for diabetes, clostridium difficile, hospital-acquired pneumonia, and antiemetics. Listen to a quick summary of what’s changed and how to apply these changes to patients in your practice.
CEI

Giving Effective Feedback: Beyond "Great Job"

Have you ever struggled to give students or residents meaningful feedback at your practice site? Join us to learn best practices on giving focused feedback that goes beyond “Great job” or “Keep up the good work”. Discover ways to determine whether your feedback is a help or a hindrance to learners at your practice site.
CEI

Generational Shift: Why We Should Modify our Instructional Strategies for the Next Generation of Pharmacists

Do you feel like your interactions with Millennial students differ from those of previous generations? This course enables pharmacist educators to understand the attitudes, work ethics, and preferred methods of communication of the Millennial generation as well as how they learn and study. Hear discussion on effective strategies based on generational research and advances in neuroscience to implement in the classroom and experiential setting that will aid you in working with and teaching the ...
12-01-2020

Fostering Interprofessional Educational Opportunities for Your Students

The quality of health care is under intense scrutiny with many health care systems not performing to their maximum potential. As a result, there is a high priority on redesigning health care systems to enhance the patient experience of care and to improve the health of populations while reducing the per capita cost. The recognition that systems of care necessitate increased collaboration and teamwork across the health professions has led to a renewed emphasis on team-based care delivery and on...
CEI

Entrustable Professional Activities for Experiential Education

This continuing education activity will provide pharmacist preceptors with the opportunity to learn more about using entrustable professional activities when teaching student pharmacists. This session will describe how to promote consistent outcomes based on levels of trust, as well as lessons learned when incorporating this assessment strategy into experiential education.
CEI

Entrepreneurship in Pharmacy Education

Have you ever started a new service, developed a new teaching strategy, or offered an idea or solution? If so, you are an entrepreneur in pharmacy! How do you teach these skills to student pharmacists? This continuing pharmacy education course provides an opportunity for pharmacists to explore the importance of entrepreneurship in pharmacy education. Join us to discuss ways that entrepreneurship can be incorporated into didactic education, experiential education, and professional development a...
CEI

Don't "Fall" Behind on Quality: The Pharmacist's Role in Fall Prevention

Falls and fall-related injuries are a serious and common problem in older adults. Pharmacists are ideally positioned to play an active role in fall prevention. This course provides practical tips on how to make fall prevention part of your everyday practice in any setting. Review the latest recommendations on medications to avoid and when to consider vitamin D supplementation in these high-risk patients. Gain insight on why MACRA matters to pharmacy and how implementing a fall prevention prog...
CEI

Dentists: Modernizing the PMP: Updates to the Iowa Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

The conversion of the Iowa Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) to Iowa PMP AWARxE brings many exciting changes for health care professionals in 2018. Thiscourse provides an overview of the new platform as well as best practices for integration into an electronic health record or pharmacy dispensing software. Hear how these updates and enhancements impact you as a health care professional to better care for patients in your practice.
CEI

Delafloxacin: A bigger and better fluoroquinolone?

This application-based continuing pharmacy education activity will provide a "journal club format" discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists ondelafloxacin, a fluoroquinolone recently approved by the FDA approved for skinand soft tissue infections. Join us to discuss the key trial leading to its approval as well as highlight clinical pearls to clarify its place in therapy for patients in your practice.
CEI

Decades in Waiting: Practice Changes in the Treatment of AML - Spotlight on Enasidenib

Since the treatment modalities for AML have remained relatively stagnant for decades, the approval of enasidenib is much needed as it affords patients a first-in-class, oral, single-agent targeted therapy for a difficult to treat diagnosis. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a 'journal club format' discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to evaluate the phase 1/2 trial of enasidenib. Participate to review the safety and efficacy of enasidenib and di...
CEI

Common Drug Interactions: A Practical Review for Pharmacy Technicians

Drug interaction alerts are extremely common, but which ones are clinically important? This course educates pharmacy technicians on common drug interactions involving both prescription and over-the-counter medications. Boost your knowledge of which medications to watch for and hear strategies on handling a drug interaction alert to apply in your practice setting!
CEI

Bugs and Drugs Updated: The Basics for the Provider in the Trenches

Pharmacists in all practice settings encounter antibiotics on a regular basis and often serve as a primary resource for prescribers when determining appropriate antibiotic use. This continuing pharmacy education course is the first session in a 2-part series designed to provide a review of the basics needed to promote rational antibiotic use and perform antimicrobial stewardship. Participate to hear a practical overview of this topic that is beneficial for pharmacists at any stage of practice,...
CEI

Acute Pain in the Emergency Department: An Emerging Role for Non-Opioids?

The opioid epidemic has prompted a re-evaluation of when opioids are necessary and the risk/benefit ratio of their use in the treatment of acute pain. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a 'journal club format' discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to evaluate a randomized trial comparing opioid and nonopioid strategies in the management of acute extremity pain in the emergency department. Join us as we discuss how to apply this study’s findings ...
CEI

A Prescription for Harm: Opioids and the Opioid Epidemic

The opioid epidemic – what is it, and how did we get here? This course provides provide pharmacy technicians with a history of the steps that led to the opioid epidemic. Hear discussion on the potential harms of opioid medications and how pharmacy technicians can be part of the solution.
CEI

Pharmacology: NBCRNA Core Module #2

This program has recognized by the NBCRNA as Pharmacology Core Module for recertification and has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 6.5 Class A CE credits. AANA Code Number 1037157; Exp Date 1/14/2022. Provided by CRNA Today - Educated Hand Publishing, LLC of MI
CRNA Today

2018 Immunization Update for Pharmacists

Recommendations regarding adult and pediatric immunizations are updated frequently. This session will discuss the new 2018 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations as well as new vaccines to the market. Included in the discussion will be influenza vaccine considerations in preparation for the 2018-2019 season as well as patient cases to review recommended vaccines based on the most current immunization schedules.
CEI

2018 Federal Pharmacy Law Update - Pharmacist

Ongoing developments in Congress and federal agencies impact a pharmacist’s practice. This course provides an update on current federal legislative and regulatory activities pertaining to pharmacy. Topics include an update on the provider status initiative, PBM transparency and other legislation affecting the profession. Regulatory updates on the Drug Quality and Security Act implementation, the Medicare Part D program, FDA initiatives and efforts to address the opioid issue are also discuss...
CEI

2018 Federal Pharmacy Law Update - Technician

Ongoing developments in Congress and federal agencies impact a pharmacist’s practice. This activity will provide an update on current federal legislative and regulatory activities pertaining to pharmacy. Topics include an update on the provider status initiative, PBM transparency and other legislation affecting the profession. Regulatory updates on the Drug Quality and Security Act implementation, the Medicare Part D program, FDA initiatives and efforts to address the opioid issue will also ...
CEI

PCSK9 Inhibitors and Hypercholesterolemia

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SIUE School of Pharmacy

Pharmacy Technician Series: Understanding Depression Medications

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SIUE School of Pharmacy

Pharmacy Technician Series: Antibiotic Safety - Allergies, Adverse Effects, and Other Considerations

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SIUE School of Pharmacy

Pharmacy Technician Series: Common Drugs for Frequently Encountered Disease States in the Community Pharmacy

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SIUE School of Pharmacy

Pharmacy Technician Series. Demistifying the Mist: Inhalers for Chronic Respiratory Conditions

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SIUE School of Pharmacy

20th Annual Dermatology in the Keys

There is an acute shortage of dermatologists in the United States. Dermatologists are shifting away from medical dermatology with many now focusing on cosmetic and oncologic procedures. Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are rapidly becoming the medical dermatology providers as are primary care physicians. Medical and basic dermatologic surgery procedures have been identified as high priority in several needs assessment surveys for CME. Several mini-symposia, focusing on the diagn...
USF Health Professions Conferencing Corporation

Heartburn: Appropriate Use of OTC Medications

Heartburn is a burning sensation in the chest that may radiate toward the neck, throat, and occasionally, the back. It most often results from the reflux of gastric contents into the esophagus. Heartburn is among the most common gastrointestinal complaints, and is a common reason people seek medical care. The worldwide prevalence of reflux symptoms that occur at least once a week is estimated to be 13%, but varies widely among countries. In the US, the prevalence ranges from 6% to 30%. It is h...
The Rx Consultant

Evaluating and Treating Pain

Updates and Practice Recommendations to Optimize the Assessment and Treatment of Pain -- Headache, Fibromyalgia, Neuropathic, Myofascial, Cancer, Abdominal, Pelvic, Musculoskeletal, and Spinal Pain --In the past year, there have been significant changes in how we address pain related to the above conditions. This Harvard Medical School CME program expediently and effectively ensures you are current with these changes and can incorporate them into practice to better assess pain complaints and d...
Harvard Medical School

Optimizing the Management of Clostridium difficile Infection (CDI)

Recorded at a prominent infectious-disease conference in October 2018, Carlene Muto, MD and Sahil Khanna, MBBS discuss new clinical practice guidelines from IDSA/SHEA and clinical best practices for optimal treatment of C. difficile infection. A C. difficile patient and survivor of 8 infection recurrences (9 total infections) also presents her story for expert panel discussion/analysis and audience questions. The purpose of this activity is to update physicians and pharmacists on the 2017 ...
ACHL

Appropriate Antibiotic Selection in Multidrug-Resistant Pneumonia with Gram-Negative Bacteria: Identifying Pathogens and Related Antimicrobial Stewardship

Filmed at a prominent infectious disease meeting in October 2018, experts James Lewis, PharmD and James McKinnell, MD offer a lively discussion and clinical analysis of current optimal management of multidrug-resistant Gram-negative pseudomonas-based pneumonia infections in the context of a complex patient case. The purpose of this activity is to update physicians and pharmacists that may come in clinical contact with serious, treatment-refractory bacterial infections such as Gram-negative...
ACHL

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