Interprofessional Activities

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Long-acting Reversible Contraceptives: An Interprofessional Approach to Maximizing Patient Access - Module 1

This 1.0-hour online educational activity will review key counseling points on contraceptive options, compare long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), and address variations in access to LARCs.
ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice
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Long-acting Reversible Contraceptives: An Interprofessional Approach to Maximizing Patient Access - Module 2

This 1.0-hour online educational activity will compare long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), discuss patient-specific factors affecting recommendations, and address variations in access to LARCs.
public health/wellness ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice
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Keeping Up With Guidelines for Treating Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus to Overcome Clinical Inertia

This 1.0-hour online educational activity will review the current diabetes guidelines and the challenge of clinical inertia when caring for patients with diabetes.
ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice diabetes/endocrine
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Current and Emerging Approaches to the Use of Probiotics: Clinical Case Studies

In this 1-hour online educational activity, the faculty use patient case scenarios to illustrate best practices in the selection and use of probiotics for disease management, taking into account currently available evidence and real-life clinical situations in hospital and ambulatory care settings.
ambulatory care acute/critical care nutrition/tpn
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Contemporary Use of Neuromuscular Blockade in Complex Patients - Maximizing Safety and Effectiveness

This 1.5-hour online educational activity covers guidelines for neuromuscular blockade, commonly administered neuromuscular blocking agents, and strategies to minimize patient risk from prolonged residual neuromuscular blockade.
clinical pharmacy practice acute/critical care free
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Emerging Trends in the Management of Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Best Practices for Achieving Sustained Virologic Responses

This 1.5-hour online educational activity will apply emerging evidence and current practice guidelines to address the contemporary challenges that pharmacists and physicians need to consider in achieving sustained virologic responses (SVR) in all patients with hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infection.
infectious diseases med therapy management free
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Novel Therapies in the Treatment of Cancer: The Emerging Role of Immunotherapies

This 1.5-hour online educational activity will explore the growing role of immunotherapy in treating patients with both hematologic and solid tumor malignancies. Patient cases will be utilized to highlight therapy selection as well as common adverse effects and toxicity management strategies.
clinical pharmacy practice oncology free
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Ask The Experts: Updates and Challenges in Managing Patients with Hepatitis C Virus Infection

This one hour activity evaluates the use of non-statin therapies for treating dyslipidemia in patients with statin related muscle symptoms or who cannot achieve desired LDL-C. Evidence evaluating reduction in cardiovascular events with statin and non-statin combination therapy will be described.
infectious diseases med therapy management
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Ask the Experts: Key Considerations for Neuromuscular Blockade in Complex Patients

This 1-hour online educational activity covers commonly administered neuromuscular blocking agents, and strategies to minimize patient risk from prolonged residual neuromuscular blockade.
clinical pharmacy practice acute/critical care
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Hot Topics in Hyperthermia

This 1.5-hour online educational activity reviews current strategies for preventing, recognizing, and treating life-threatening hyperthermic conditions. Patient cases will be used to illustrate best practices in the management of hyperthermia.
ambulatory care acute/critical care pharmacotherapy free
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Ask the Experts: Optimizing Immunotherapy for Cancer Patients: A Focus on Dosing and Special Populations

This 1-hour online educational activity will focus on the role of PD-1 and PD-L1 inhibitors in treating cancer patients and review flat dosing of these therapies. Evidence supporting the use of PD-1 and PD-L1 inhibitors in patients with organ dysfunction and altered immunity will also be discussed.
clinical pharmacy practice oncology
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Probiotics: An Overview of the Science and Utility in the Clinical Setting

This 1-hour online educational activity reviews currently available evidence about the human microbiome and the clinical usefulness of probiotics in clinical settings, including the role of strain specificity in achieving effectiveness.
ambulatory care acute/critical care nutrition/tpn
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Basal Insulin Therapy Module 2: Using Patient Cases to Address the Challenges of Transitioning to Newer Basal Insulins

This 1.0-hour online educational activity builds on the first module in the series by identifying common barriers to the transition to newer basal insulin therapies for patients with type 2 diabetes. Patient cases are used to illustrate how to initiate, titrate, and switch basal insulin products.
ambulatory care diabetes/endocrine
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Basal Insulin Therapy Module 1: Efficacy and Safety of Basal Insulin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

This 1.0-hour online educational activity focuses on the efficacy and safety of basal insulin in managing type 2 diabetes with an emphasis on newer insulin therapies. The clinical profiles of different insulin products are compared with respect to dosing, variability, volume, and safety.
ambulatory care diabetes/endocrine
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Postoperative Pain Management – Focus on Counseling and Communication

This 30-minute online e-article is part of a series on perioperative strategies to manage pain with less reliance on opioids. Communication plays a critical role in effective postoperative pain management by helping patients set realistic expectations and enable shared decision-making.
pain/palliative care free
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Postoperative Pain Management – Focus on Policies and Protocols

This 30-minute online e-article is part of a series on perioperative strategies to manage pain with less reliance on opioids. Protocols incorporating multimodal pain-management strategies provide a crucial path toward enhancing recovery, reducing length of stay, and improving patient satisfaction.
pain/palliative care free
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Postoperative Pain Management – Focus on Safety

This 30-minute online e-article is part of a series on perioperative strategies to manage pain with less reliance on opioids. A multimodal approach using both medications and nonpharmacologic interventions can be successful with collaborative care from the surgical patient’s healthcare team.
pain/palliative care free