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SIDS Risk Reduction- SIDS Risk Reduction: A Continuing Education Activity for Pharmacists is designed to inform all pharmacy staff about the latest strategies for reducing the risk for SIDS so they can share the information with family members and caregivers about caring for infants. It also outlines how you can easily communicate risk-reduction messages to parents and caregivers in just a few minutes—without adding to your daily workload. Learn more about SIDS so that you can teach parents and caregivers how to help their babies grow and thrive.  1.25 Free Contact Hours 

Practical Strategies for Reducing the Burden of AF-Related Stroke- Summarize the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacogenetics of currently available oral antiplatelet drugs, and discuss their impact on treatment decision-making. Explain efficacy and safety data with oral antiplatelet therapies from ACS outcomes trials. Recommend guideline-based therapies upon discharge to reduce risk and achieve goals in the management of patients following an acute coronary syndrome.  1.0 Free Contact Hours

  

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NEW!  Who's Going to Make the Difference? The Role of Pharmacists in Addressing Disparities in the Management of Diabetes- Evaluate the medication therapy and monitoring parameters of a patient with diabetes to ensure that he/she is being treated in accordance with current management practices and guidelines and meeting current goals. Compare and contrast common medication therapy and goal achievement for patients with diabetes with and without health disparities. Develop a plan to address deficits in medication therapy and goal achievement for your patients with health disparities.   1.0 Free CEUs  (+PharmTec)  

Opiod-Induced Constipation: Update on Prevention & Management- Describe the pathophysiology of opioid-induced constipation. List evidence-based approaches to minimize the risk of OIC in patients receiving opioids. Evaluate the use of laxatives versus targeted therapy to manage opioid-induced constipation.  1.0 Free CEUs  (expires 01/06/15)

Strategies for Success in Intrathecal Pain Management- Apply evidence-based, best practice criteria for appropriate patient selection for intrathecal pain management. Implement a slow dose-titration strategy for intrathecal pain management that maximizes efficacy while minimizing the potential for side effects. Integrate evidence-based trialing strategies into the decision-making process when developing an individualized treatment approach to pain management.  1.0 Free CEUs

NEW!  Obesity Management: Tailoring Treatment to the Needs of the Patient- Outline current guidelines and evidence-based criteria for the management of overweight and obese patients. Assess currently available treatment options for overweight and obese patients and discuss their advantages and disadvantages. Implement current evidenced-based guidelines in the management of overweight and obese patients to devise and tailor treatment plans most suited to the needs of the individual patient. Identify the safety, efficacy, and tolerability profiles of currently available anti-obesity agents and apply the information to select agents that will improve long-term adherence.  1.25 Free CEUs  (+MD, RN, RD)  

Bacterial Infections in Patients with Cancer: New Challenges, New Opportunities- Discuss the evolving epidemiology of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacterial infections in patients with cancer. Assess patient risk and local epidemiological factors when selecting antimicrobial therapy for bacterial infection in patients with neutropenic fever. Implement evidence-based guideline approaches in the management of C. difficile infection in patients with cancer.  2.0 Free CEUs  (+MD,PA,NP)

Blood Glucose: Pharmacy Care and Patient Self-Monitoring- Identify current trends in diabetes prevalence specifically as it relates to patient interaction within a community pharmacy environment. Discuss the role of blood glucose monitoring in the treatment and healthcare regimens of patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. List factors that may impact glucose readings and patient technique and/or compliance with blood glucose meters. Outline the self-monitoring of blood glucose process as needed in being able to educate patients in the use of blood glucose meters. 1.5 Free Contact Hours   Link to Companion course for PharmTec

Acetaminophen Overdose: What Every Pharmacist Should Know- Explain the FDA's plans to increase the safety of acetaminophen and how this may affect practice; Describe the pathophysiology of acetaminophen toxicity; Identify the toxic doses of acetaminophen as well as the clinical features and treatment of acetaminophen toxicity; Summarize strategies to enhance patient knowledge and prevention of acetaminophen toxicity; and Provide accurate and appropriate counsel as part of the treatment team.   2.0 Free Contact Hours  

NEW!  Monitoring Potential Drug Interactions with NSAIDS. Identify medications that can adversely interact with NSAIDs. Cite scenarios that can put a patient at risk for serious NSAID-related events.  1.0 Free CEUs  (+MD, NP, RN)