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Biosimilar Adoption: Past Experiences and Future Opportunities

There is no CE with this activity. This online educational activity will provide pharmacists with a greater understanding and awareness of the evaluation and implementation of biosimilars in their practices.
oncology specialty pharmacy
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Black Swan Events: The Role of Pharmacy Leadership and Technology in Disaster Preparedness

This 1.5-hour online educational activity examines Black Swan events, namely cyberattacks, natural disasters, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The activity outlines the leadership of pharmacy and technology in emergency preparedness and response.
emergency preparedness informatics/technology leadership/management
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Challenges in Cardiometabolic Care: Interprofessional Implementation of SGLT2 Inhibitors

This activity reviews the latest data from the clinical trials examining effects of SGLT2 inhibitors on cardiorenal outcomes and describe the role pharmacists can play in care models for initiation, titration, and monitoring of SGLT2 inhibitor therapy for patients who could benefit from treatment.
clinical pharmacy practice pharmacotherapy
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Clinical Case Studies: Best Practices for the Use of Pharmacotherapy in Obesity

This 1.0-hour online educational activity will use clinical case studies to illustrate the pharmacist’s role within the interprofessional care team, opportunities to improve access to medications for weight loss, and methods to identify patients who would benefit from a medication for obesity.
clinical pharmacy practice pharmacotherapy
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Elevating Compliance: Navigating USP <797> with Technology and Standardization

This educational activity demonstrates how health systems can perform a gap analysis of facilities, personnel, policies, & environmental monitoring. This also addresses how safety features of technology & standardization of IV compounding may be implemented.
acpe topic 07 (compounding)
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Evidence-Based Recommendations for Monitoring and Antagonism of Neuromuscular Blockade: Overview of New Guidelines

In this this 1-hour online interprofessional educational activity, expert faculty will discuss the recently released practice guidelines on monitoring and antagonism of neuromuscular blockade using patient cases.
ACCME critical care acpe topic 01 (disease st mgmt/drug therapy)
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Exploring Strategies for Combating Weight Loss: Unveiling Safe and Sustainable Long-Term Treatment Approaches

This 1.0-hour online educational activity will review mechanisms of weight loss and resistance as well as approaches to weight loss. Additionally, this activity will evaluate clinical studies and evidence of pharmacologic treatment options for obesity.
pharmacotherapy acpe topic 01 (disease st mgmt/drug therapy)
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Improving the Patient-Provider Experience in Agitation Treatment

Discover a hospital’s experience using sublingual dexmedetomidine to build patient-provider trust and de-escalate patients during acute agitation.
clinical pharmacy practice
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Mind the Gaps: Assessing Your Institution’s Compliance with USP Chapter <797>

This educational activity provides a summary of key revisions to the revised USP Chapter <797>; how to assess facility and personnel, policy development; and review, BUD, environmental monitoring, and accreditation gaps. Best practices for training/monitoring personnel will also be presented.
acpe topic 07 (compounding)
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New Approaches to Managing Acute Agitation in the Hospital Setting

This 1.0-hour online educational activity is designed to discuss patient-centered acute agitation management. Join experts as they review non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic approaches to care including how choice of therapy affects the patient experience.
clinical pharmacy practice acpe topic 01 (disease st mgmt/drug therapy)
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Office Hours Roundtable: Enhancing Care for Special Patient Populations in the Shadow of the COVID-19 Pandemic

This session followed a webinar: COVID-19 Now and Beyond: Where Do We Go From Here? The webinar provided updates on the pharmacist’s role in COVID therapies including special patient populations, review new/emerging therapy, and potential implications of access to COVID vaccines/therapies.
infectious diseases
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Optimizing PARP Inhibitor Outcomes in Cancer Therapy: Focus on Biomarkers of Homologous Recombination Repair

This educational activity will review the science of homologous recombination deficiency and how it contributes to the development of cancer. Approved and expanded indications for the PARP inhibitors will be explained, including evidence for their use based on biomarkers, efficacy, and safety data.
ACCME oncology
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Optimizing Patient Safety: Guidance for the Safe Use of Parenteral Nutrition in Adult and Pediatric Patients

This activity will review strategies for ensuring safe and effective therapy for adult and pediatric patients when parenteral nutrition (PN) components are in short supply, review current and upcoming guidelines that relate to optimizing PN therapy, and review lipid injectable emulsion (ILE) dosing.
nutrition critical care acpe topic 05 (pt. safety)
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Pharmacy Technician Recruitment and Retention: A Crisis Situation

This educational activity will discuss the current landscape of the pharmacy technician workforce and challenges of recruitment and retention. Implications to pharmacy department processes, workflow, and patient care will be examined and strategies to address these issues will be introduced.
acpe topic 04 (pharmacy admin) leadership/management
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Pharmacy Technician Recruitment and Retention: Tools and Strategies to Address the Crisis

This 1-hour educational activity will discuss a variety of tools and resources that can be used to improve recruitment and retention of pharmacy technicians. These tools and resources will also address the financial and professional development challenges faced by pharmacy technicians.
acpe topic 04 (pharmacy admin) leadership/management
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Ready-to-Administer IV Push Products: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Safety, Cost-Effectiveness, and Patient Outcomes in Health System and Perioperative Settings

This 1.5-hour educational activity examines the landscape of considerations regarding ready-to-administer (RTA) IV push products compared with traditional IV vial products, the holistic costs of waste, and new evidence regarding perioperative opioid use and associated adverse clinical outcomes.
quality assurance acpe topic 04 (pharmacy admin)
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Surface Monitoring Recommendations for Hazardous Drugs: Does Health System Size or Location Matter?

This 1.5-hour educational activity provides a review of guidelines for monitoring hazardous drug contamination and practical approaches for monitoring surfaces for HD contamination and post-spill analysis in facilities of any size are provided, including a demonstration of surface sampling.
pharmacy technicians acpe topic 07 (compounding) leadership/management
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Syringe Infusion Pumps: Considerations and a Comprehensive Overview for Use at Low Delivery Rates

This 1.5-hour online educational activity explores the workings behind syringe pumps to address the serious consequences of their incorrect use and the need for clinicians to have a deeper understanding of their operation.
clinical pharmacy practice acpe topic 05 (pt. safety)
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Taking Medication Error Reduction Strategies in the Hospital to the Next Level: The Case for Implementation Science

This initiative will provide background information on the importance of standardization in medication error reduction efforts and suggest strategies to incorporate principles of implementation science to improve uptake of standardized guidelines in clinical practice.
quality assurance medication safety acpe topic 05 (pt. safety)