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Pharmaceutical Technology Transfer and Regulatory Strategies

Who Should Attend? This course is intended for individuals from: • Innovator, Generic, CMO, CRO and CDMO Companies • Formulation and Process Development/Validation • Regulatory Affairs, Quality Assurance • Analytical Methods Development/Quality Control • Package Development/Package Engineering • Manufacturing and Technical Support • Project Management and Operations Planning Participants, as well as their managers, will benefit by gaining a better underst...
CfPA

Fine Needle Aspirations

Pathologists and surgeons use fine needle aspirations to perform biopsies, which require minimal surgical intervention and may be less invasive and less expensive than more extensive surgical procedures. This presentation discusses how this could prompt faster diagnostic results when a cell block is not provided and how it’s a preferred method over more extensive surgical options. The different CPT® codes used for billing these procedures and guidelines are complex and often times confusin...
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Compliance - Preventive Medicine for Your Practice

It is always best to seize an opportunity to be proactive rather than having to be reactive when trouble strikes. Learn about key areas of an effective compliance program and how to prepare, implement, and manage them in your organization. It is never too late to do the 'right' thing; the first step is getting started! You Will Learn: An introduction to compliance Resources for getting physician practices on the road to compliance
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

Fonts in Creative Cloud

Quickly demystify font formats by understanding Adobe’s new TypeKit font. Learn the difference between web fonts vs print fonts. Discover hidden typographic features in ID, IL, PS and learn valuable font management utilities. WHAT YOU GET 1 class videos on-demand access to this class exclusive bonus materials
CreativeLive

ESSENTIALS OF MANAGED CARE

This course teaches the agent about the various managed care systems, their need in the workplace, and the problems facing traditional health care. In addition, the agent will learn about disability after age 65, disability insurance for small business, policy provisions, waiver theory, benefits theory, lifetime benefits, recurrence of disability and rehabilitation. This course also explains Medigap policies to the agent, teaching him about the process of buying and affording long-term c...
NobleCE

Paralegal Career Prep I

This course gives you a head start to excelling in a paralegal career. This courses allows you to apply concepts discussed in the textbook(s), and will assist you in your preparation for the paralegal examination, if you choose to become certified. You will become familiar with the legal system, specific areas of the law, and identify the role(s) you will play as a member of the legal team.
Bronx Community College

Paralegal Career Prep II

This course provides you with tools and tips to succeed as a paralegal. This course covers important topics, such as: investigation, legal research, ethical codes, interviewing, legal writing, office management, technology, fundamentals of legal documents, survival tips and much more.
Bronx Community College

Paralegal Career Prep III

In this section you will dive deeper into the legal system and the many different areas of the law a paralegal may choose to practice including: property law, family law, estates and elder law, immigration law, intellectual property and digital law, and bankruptcy law. You will explore the court system in depth, and become acquainted with the procedures for your state. At the end of this course you will be required to research your state requirements for the paralegal certification.
Bronx Community College

Paralegal Career Prep Master

This course gives you a head start to becoming a paralegal professional. This courses allows you to apply concepts discussed in the textbook(s), and will assist you in your preparation for the paralegal examination, if you choose to become certified. You will become familiar with the legal system, specific areas of the law, and identify the role(s) you will play as a member of the legal team. You will explore the court system in depth, and become acquainted with the procedures for your stat...
Bronx Community College

5th Annual Emergency and Urgent Care Medicine for the Primary Care Provider

Presented by Continuing Education Company (CEC); for over 25 years our Primary Care CME Conference Series is designed to update primary care clinicians in rapidly changing therapeutic areas. This year, CEC is pleased to host the 5th Annual Emergency & Urgent Care Medicine for the Primary Care Provider Conference to be held in San Diego at the Omni San Diego Hotel on October 23-25, 2020. Emergency and Urgent Care medicine involves the delivery of immediate medical care for the treatment of a...
Continuing Education Company

Legal, Ethical, And Professional Issues In Counseling

This course covers the legal and ethical responsibilities of the counseling professional. Students learn to interpret and act upon situations appropriately and effectively. Content includes issues such as client rights, confidentiality, duty to warn and protect, dual relationships, supervision and consulting, ethics with special populations, and ethical decision-making models. This graduate-level course is 8 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certif...
University of Phoenix

Seminar Clinical Mental Health

This course integrates mental health foundations with historical, philosophical and contextual dimensions of clinical mental health counseling practice, and reviews the trends in both the knowledge and skills necessary to practice clinical mental health counseling. Additionally, this course explores current national and local issues relevant to the practice of mental health counseling. Community resources and professional networks are explored as a means of demonstrating the integration of the...
University of Phoenix

Legal And Ethical Issues In Counseling

This course covers the legal and ethical responsibilities of the counseling professional. Students learn to interpret and act upon situations appropriately and effectively. Content includes issues such as client rights, confidentiality, duty to warn and protect, dual relationships, supervision and consulting, ethics with special populations, and ethical decision-making models. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certif...
University of Phoenix

Engineering Your Career with a High Quality Social Network

Social networking can be a powerful tool when applied to the pursuit of professional career development. Due to differences in objectives and audience, however, professional social networks need to be managed very differently than how one would maintain a social network of friends and family. From the perspective of career development, a professional social network is highly diverse tool that when used effectively, can grow one’s capabilities while simultaneously establishing resources fo...
National Society of Professional Engineers

The Right Drugs at the Right Time: The Cost-Savings Case for Tying PAH Formulary Protocols to Best Available Clinical Evidence

Our expert faculty, comprised of a managed care pharmacist and pulmonologist specializing in PAH, review recent guideline recommendations and strategies for selecting appropriate therapy, including initial combination regimens, as well as financial considerations based on managed care pharmacy protocols. Therapeutic selection and management in PAH are intertwined with differential diagnostics, disease classification, and risk stratification. If the wrong disease classification/risk stratifi...
ACHL

Managing Opioid-Induced Constipation: Translating Guidelines Into Patient Care

Constipation, the most common side effect of chronic opioid therapy, is a constellation of symptoms that includes infrequent or incomplete bowel movements, abdominal pain or bloating, and the need to strain when having a bowel movement.1,2 In addition to constipation-related discomfort, opioid-induced constipation (OIC) produces significant health and quality-of-life burdens.3,4 Poorly managed OIC can lead patients to reduce or skip opioid doses, thereby decreasing adherence, increasing pain-r...
Integritas Communications

Managing Psoriasis

This issue will bring you up to date on the impact of Psoriasis and recent developments in drug therapy. Key Takeaways: • Psoriasis is recognized as an immunemediated, chronic, systemic inflammatory condition. • About 80% of patients with mild to moderate psoriasis can be managed well with topical medications. • Corticosteroids are the cornerstone of topical therapy. Psoriasis is the most common autoimmune condition in the US, affecting 7.5 million people. It is a complex, geneti...
The Rx Consultant

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

Nursing Management of Bone Health in Patients With Cancer

STATEMENT OF NEED Many tumors, such as prostate, breast, lung, and multiple myeloma, affect bone health. Once cancer spreads to the skeletal system, the risk for pain, fractures, hypercalcemia, and nerve compression increases considerably. Several studies have shown that the use of antiresorptive agents such as bisphosphonates and monoclonal antibodies can reduce the morbidity of skeletal complications in patients with cancer and significantly improve quality of life. Combined with preventi...
i3 Health

Connecting People, Purpose and Passion

As we approach the tenth anniversary of the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), we note that much has changed within health care, but much has stayed the same. The primary goal of the law was to increase access to care while driving down costs and improving quality. In support of the overarching goal, a few of the key initiatives relied upon for success have been the Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Pay for Performance (P4P), and the Patient-Centered...
ABQAURP

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

Risk Management: Quick Tips I

This course addresses a variety of risk management topics in the form of seven archived articles from The National Psychologist. Topics include: social networking: how should psychologists respond to online ‘friending’ requests; some additional thoughts on social networking; malpractice insurance 101: claims-made vs. occurrence coverage; progress notes: what not to write down; triple jeopardy: dangers of an APA ethics complaint; when marital therapy isn’t; and when marital therapy is. Th...
Professional Development Resources

Ethics & Risk Management: Expert Tips IV

This course addresses a variety of ethics and risk management topics in the form of 12 archived articles from The National Psychologist. Topics include: the risks and benefits of alternative treatment; Medicare puts providers in peril; the treatment of children whose parents are in the process of divorcing; keeping client needs uppermost in termination; the pitfalls facing psychologists who become involved in their patients’ custody disputes; security is necessary for test validity; tips for...
Professional Development Resources

Realistic Risk Management

Over the last 10 years there has been a major increase in the number of lawsuits, licensing board actions, and ethics complaints against mental health practitioners. Changes in the economic system, the growth of managed care, increased federal and state regulations, and greater demands for oversight and accountability in clinical practice have made record keeping and communications much more complex, time consuming, and risky. Many clinicians are frustrated by the extra work they must do and t...
Professional Development Resources

HIV/AIDS: Adherence Issues

People who live with HIV can live almost normal lifespans and have little risk of transmitting the disease if they use antiretroviral therapy appropriately under medical care. However, only 30% of HIV-infected people follow their antiretroviral regimen well enough to achieve viral suppression. This course will discuss adherence issues in populations at high risk for HIV infection, as well as strategies for healthcare professionals to encourage patients to seek and maintain medical treatment.
Professional Development Resources

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