Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: From Idea to Presentation

As educators, it is important to ensure our students are engaged and prepared for future practice. Are your classroom and precepting site activities helping students meet these learning outcomes? This podcast defines the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL), provide tips on forming a SOTL research project that is rigorous and appropriate in scope, and identify and address common barriers encountered.
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What is this Wheel? Incorporating the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process into Experiential Rotations

Students are educated on the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process (PPCP) throughout pharmacy school and are required to see, use, and discuss it on their experiential rotations. While preceptors are likely following the PPCP “wheel”, most are doing so without explicitly calling out the steps of the process. This continuing pharmacy education course ensures preceptors are familiar with the PPCP and how this topic is presented in the didactic setting to help students consistently apply it in ...
CEI

More Heads Are Better Than One: A Primer on Team-Based Learning

This podcast describes the principles of team-based learning and provides practical tips on how to implement this strategy in your classroom. Discover how applying the principles of team-based learning has the potential to unleash your creative energy while motivating students to higher levels of performance.
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Protect your Patients' Health: How the Entire Pharmacy Team Becomes Vaccine Advocates - Technicians

Being an advocate for vaccinating your patients should be a team effort at the community pharmacy. There are many ways pharmacy technicians can work in partnership with pharmacists as an integral part of the pharmacy’s workflow, interacting with patients. Participate in this course learn more about the how the pharmacy technicians on your team can support vaccine services in the community pharmacy setting and help protect the health of your patients.
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Protect your Patients' Health: How the Entire Pharmacy Team Becomes Vaccine Advocates - Pharmacists

Being an advocate for vaccinating your patients should be a team effort at the community pharmacy. There are many ways pharmacy technicians can work in partnership with pharmacists as an integral part of the pharmacy’s workflow, interacting with patients. Participate in this course learn more about the how the pharmacy technicians on your team can support vaccine services in the community pharmacy setting and help protect the health of your patients.
CEI

SBIRT: A Public Health Approach to Reduce Substance Use Health Risks

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT), is a simple, effective, and low cost public health approach to increase patient awareness of the health risks associated with alcohol, and illicit and prescription drug misuse. The SBIRT system identifies at-risk patients and uses motivational interviewing strategies to support patient efforts to develop healthier behaviors. This course discusses the value of using SBIRT in the pharmacy and equips pharmacists in utilizing the ap...
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The Basics of Antimicrobial Stewardship: A case-based discussion

Pharmacists working in generalist areas may be unaware of the simple activities they can perform to promote antimicrobial stewardship. This continuing pharmacy educationcourse is the second session of a 2-part series and provides several examples of how pharmacists in all practice settings can promote rational antibiotic use and positively impact patient care. Join us to hear practical, case-based examples of how you can apply the principles of antimicrobial stewardship in your practice!
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Preceptor Self-Assessment: Jump Start Continuing Professional Development

How do you approach obtaining continuing education hours for relicensure? Are the hours you fulfill based on convenience, or do you participate in learning activities that are necessary for professional development or improve your skills as an educator? This course is designed to introduce preceptors to a new approach in continuing education and professional development. Preceptors will learn the importance and process of effective self-assessment and develop a personal learning plan.
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Vaccine Update: Zoster vaccine - worth the wait? and Pearls for Influenza Season

Need help making sense of the recent changes related to the zoster vaccine? Which patients should receive it? This course discusses the safety and efficacy of the new zoster vaccine as well as provide guidance for applying the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations to patients in your practice. In addition, hear a quick update on influenza vaccine considerations to better serve your patients this flu season.
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Time to MODIFY the 2018 C. difficile Guidelines?

This application-based continuing pharmacy education course will provide a "journal club format" discussion for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and residents to review the 2018 Clostridium difficile guidelines and a trial that brings to light a newer C. difficile therapeutic agent not discussed in the guidelines. Join us to discuss the new recommendations for treatment of Clostridium difficile and the potential place in therapy for this new agent.
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Influenza update: Prepare for the 2018-19 flu season - Technicians

Influenza is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause a mild illness or be severe with serious complications including pneumonia, hospitalization and death. The best way to prevent influenza is by receiving the vaccine each year. As we near the onset of influenza season, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should update their knowledge of influenza vaccines and practices. This program will provide a review of the various influenza vaccines, pharmacist recommendations an...
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Influenza update: Prepare for the 2018-19 flu season - Pharmacists

Influenza is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause a mild illness or be severe with serious complications including pneumonia, hospitalization and death. The best way to prevent influenza is by receiving the vaccine each year. As we near the onset of influenza season, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians should update their knowledge of influenza vaccines and practices. This program will provide a review of the various influenza vaccines, pharmacist recommendations an...
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Update in Contraception: Expanding Pharmacist Roles and Responsibilities

Patients often reach out to their pharmacist with questions about contraception. Do you feel confident making recommendations and counseling patients on this topic? This course provides a clinical refresher to equip you to screen for contraceptive use or pregnancy planning, promote appropriate product selection and minimize side effects for your patients. Walk through patient cases to demonstrate how common contraceptive questions can be answered using tools for effective communication with pa...
CEI

Ready to Quit: A Case-Based Smoking Cessation Education Program

Ready to Quit provides comprehensive education on the smoking cessation process and prepares you to help your patients stop smoking. The full course consists of ten, 30 minute modules on the role of the pharmacist in smoking cessation, counseling strategies, and a review of the latest information on over-the-counter and pharmacologic quit products. You’ll also walk through several cases covering real-life scenarios to better prepare you for future patient encounters. In addition to the...
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Unlocking the Case: Overcoming Challenges in the Management of Depression

With an estimated lifetime prevalence of 13-16%, depression is a very common mental health disorder seen by pharmacists in all practice settings. With 29 different medications classified as antidepressants, a large "gray" area exists in choosing therapy and managing adverse effects. This course provides guidance for several scenarios including choosing optimal therapy, switching between agents, managing treatment-resistant patients, antidepressant-caused sexual dysfunction, and risk in pregnan...
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PHARMACISTS: 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.
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Pharmacy Inventory Management for the Pharmacy Technician

Inventory is an extremely important but often overlooked piece of the pharmacy puzzle. This 1-hour course discusses various aspects of managing inventory in a pharmacy and the role of the pharmacy technician in this process. Topics covered in this interactive activity include processes for ordering inventory in both the community and hospital pharmacy setting. Discover tips for handling expired and recalled medications to positively impact the function of your pharmacy!
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Pharmacy Calculations: A Review for Technicians

Pharmacy technicians are required to use pharmaceutical math skills on a daily basis. This interactive continuing education course provides a hands-on review of common calculations that will benefit pharmacy technicians at any level of experience. Whether you’re preparing for the certification exam or looking for a refresher on various concepts, this course is for you!
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Managing Constant Change - Tehnicians

Change is no small thing - constant change is something else entirely! This course offers insight to pharmacy technicians on how to discuss change productively. Learn tips on where and how to gain an edge over the negative impacts of change and how to be a positive agent of change in your practice setting.
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Maximizing Medication Reconciliation in Special Populations - Technicians

This course reviews the latest techniques and best practices in preventing harmful medication errors through medication reconciliation during transitions of care. Case examples for special populations such as pediatric and geriatric patients are covered, including patients with chronic medical conditions, in order to heighten the awareness and anticipation of common errors discovered during medication reconciliation.
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Maximizing Medication Reconciliation in Special Populations - Pharmacists

This course reviews the latest techniques and best practices in preventing harmful medication errors through medication reconciliation during transitions of care. Case examples for special populations such as pediatric and geriatric patients are covered, including patients with chronic medical conditions, in order to heighten the awareness and anticipation of common errors discovered during medication reconciliation.
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The Multivitamin Dilemma: What Do I Recommend? - Technicians

The multivitamin market is confusing. When patients ask about a product, should you recommend they take one, or is it just a waste of money? This course provides guidance on how to objectively evaluate a multivitamin product and confidently make a recommendation for a patient that is individualized and will likely be well tolerated. Discover practical resources and criteria to help you assess the various products on the market in your practice.
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The Multivitamin Dilemma: What Do I Recommend? - Pharmacists

The multivitamin market is confusing. When patients ask about a product, should you recommend they take one, or is it just a waste of money? This course provides guidance on how to objectively evaluate a multivitamin product and confidently make a recommendation for a patient that is individualized and will likely be well tolerated. Discover practical resources and criteria to help you assess the various products on the market in your practice.
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Ready to Quit for Pharmacy Technicians: Recognize and Refer

Smoking is the leading cause of avoidable death in our society and contributes to many illnesses. While many smokers want to quit, it is difficult to be successful without assistance. This course highlights the important role of the pharmacy technician in the quit process. Gain knowledge on the pros and cons of the various cessation products. Feel confident to recognize and refer the appropriate patients to help them successfully quit smoking!
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Overview of Insulin Therapy: Clinical Pearls for Technicians

With the recent increase in the number of available insulin products comes dispensing challenges and risk for medication errors. It is vital that pharmacy technicians have a grasp of these products to promote their safe and effective use as part of the pharmacy team. This course delves into what pharmacy technicians should consider when entering insulin prescriptions, selecting insulin products from the shelf, and labeling insulin. Gain practical tips on correctly interpreting insulin prescrip...
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Low-Dose Aspirin: the 'Heavy-Weight' Champion for Primary Prevention in All Patients?

Low-dose daily aspirin is ubiquitously prescribed in health practices and used over-the-counter by many patients. However, recent studies and expert guidance suggest that NOT everyone is a candidate and that low-dose, daily aspirin may cause more harm than benefit in certain instances. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a 'journal club format' discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to review a recent study on the impact of bodyweight on aspirin dos...
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Low-Dose Aspirin: the 'Heavy-Weight' Champion for Primary Prevention in All Patients? - Pharmacists

Low-dose daily aspirin is ubiquitously prescribed in health practices and used over-the-counter by many patients. However, recent studies and expert guidance suggest that NOT everyone is a candidate and that low-dose, daily aspirin may cause more harm than benefit in certain instances. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a 'journal club format' discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to review a recent study on the impact of bodyweight on aspirin dos...
CEI

Varenicline for Smoking Cessation: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

Varenicline has long been a staple of smoking cessation therapy. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a "journal club format" discussion for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and residents to review the cardiovascular and neuropsychiatric safety data of varenicline. Join us as we apply study results in order to decide which patients would be appropriate for arenicline.
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Treatment Options for Opioid Use Disorder: Does X:BOT Mark the Spot?

Treatment of opioid use disorder is challenging as many prescribing barriers exist that limit a patient’s access to treatment. This application-based continuing pharmacy education course will provide a 'journal club format’ discussion for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and residents to compare extended-release naltrexone to the more restricted agent buprenorphine-naloxone in the X:BOT trial. Join us to discuss the importance of increasing access to this much needed treatment as well as ...
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Semaglutide: A GLP-1 Agonist with Positive Cardiovascular Outcomes? - Pharmacists

This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a journal club-focused discussion for pharmacists and student pharmacists to more adequately understand the current climate of drug approval with regard to diabetes medications. Join us as we focus on the newest GLP-1 agonist to hit the market, semaglutide, and how it compares to previously approved members of this class. Leave this session feeling confident on discussing the true cardiovascular effects of GLP-1 agonists with...
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Semaglutide: A GLP-1 Agonist with Positive Cardiovascular Outcomes?

This application-based continuing pharmacy education course provides a journal club-focused discussion for pharamcists and student pharmacists to more adequately understand the current climate of drug approval with regard to diabetes medications. Join us as we focus on the newest GLP-1 agonist to hit the market, semaglutide, and how it compares to previously approved members of this class. Leave this session feeling confident on discussing the true cardiovascular effects of GLP-1 agonists with...
CEI

Influenza Now: Updates on New and Emerging Antivirals

Target Audience This activity has been designed to address the educational needs of community and hospital pharmacists. It may also benefit other clinicians involved in the care of patients with influenza. Statement of Need Although antiviral agents can reduce the duration and severity of influenza symptoms and prevent complications (particularly in vulnerable patient populations), misconceptions about their indications and efficacy may lead to underuse, even in patients at high risk o...
Paradigm Medical Communications, LLC.

New Drugs 2018

In 2018, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved 59 new drugs – the highest number in more than 10 years – including 19 first-in-class agents. Of the 59 new approvals, 73% received priority review. This issue of The Rx Consultant focuses on the new drugs that may be important additions (including a number of “firsts”) in their therapeutic areas: influenza infection, HIV-1 infection, pneumonia and skin infections, nonmetastatic, castration-resistant prostate cancer, endome...
The Rx Consultant

Pain Review Course with CME

This educational activity allows physicians, registered nurses, and nurse practitioners to earn approximately 48 CME/CE credits. This product is the result of a recording of a live meeting providing a comprehensive review of pain management. Pain Review Course with CME (9th Edition) contains valuable information on current pain management practices – including 48 lectures from 10 renowned pain experts. Pain Review Course with CME (9th Edition) - AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits™ for phys...
Dannemiller

AnesthesiaFile

- Affordable CE - 60 credit package - CE as low as $3.75 per credit - Monthly continuing education subscription - Latest findings/trends in the field of Anesthesia - Articles pulled from peer-reviewed medical journals - Digital and downloadable PDF versions are available​ - Accurate and timely reporting of CME/CE credits - AnesthesiaPod™ available
Dannemiller

Dry Eye Disease

Dry eye disease (DED) is a chronic, progressive, inflammatory disease of the ocular surface and lacrimal glands. The American Academy of Ophthalmology describes DED as inadequate moisture in the eyes due to changes in tear film consistency and the type of tears produced (leading to evaporative loss), with or without decreased tear production. The disease is also known as keratoconjunctivitis sicca, ocular surface disease, and dry eye syndrome. Nearly 12 million people in the US are coping with...
The Rx Consultant

3rd Annual Ethics and Opioids Conference 2019

Ethics and Opioids Conference
University of South Alabama Office of Continuing Medical Education

28th University of South Alabama Obstetrics and Gynecology Conference

Ob/Gyn Conference
University of South Alabama Office of Continuing Medical Education

8th Annual Alabama TeleHealth Summit

South Alabama TeleHealth Summit
University of South Alabama Office of Continuing Medical Education

Oncology Outlook 2019

Oncology Outlook
University of South Alabama Office of Continuing Medical Education

Topics in Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics and Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology Hawaii Cruise

1. Everything you wanted to ask a developmental pediatrician, almost 2. Autism: A Case Based Presentation (Early Identification) 3. ADHD: Treatment Protocol for Primary Care Providers 4. Preschool ADHD 5. Sleep Problems in Kids 6. Kids who are Mad, Kids who are Sad, Kids who are Bad 7. Pediatric Feeding Disorders: A New Conceptualization
Continuing Education, Inc

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

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.
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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...
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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.
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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...
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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...
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