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Hidden in Plain Sight: Does My Patient Have Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation?

This 1.0-hour online educational activity spotlights the need for awareness of nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) in patients with risk factors. The role of pharmacists in opportunistic and systemic screening for NVAF will be explained, particularly in patients who are underserved.
acute/critical care cv/pulmonary/anticoag acpe topic 01 (disease st mgmt/drug therapy)
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Parenteral Nutrition Essentials for Safety: Review of Best Practices

This 1.5-hour educational activity will review current safe practices for PN including the recent recommendations on the use of filters and recommendations for photoprotection of PN for premature infants. Strategies that health systems can use to ensure safe PN use will also be analyzed.
acute/critical care acpe topic 05 (pt. safety) nutrition/tpn
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Reverse to Go Forward? Safe Neuromuscular Blockade and Reversal in the Perioperative Setting

In this 1.5-hour online educational activity, interprofessional faculty will use patient cases to discuss the clinical effects of neuromuscular blocking and reversal agents, including key components of NMB and reversal during the intraoperative phase of care and neuromuscular monitoring.
acute/critical care leadership/management
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Shining a Light on Undiagnosed Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation: A Case-based Approach to Care

This 1.0-hour educational activity highlights the lack of awareness of nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) as a potential diagnosis in patients with comorbidities and in underserved communities. Patient cases illustrate the pharmacist’s role in screening and guideline-directed therapy.
ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice cv/pulmonary/anticoag
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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: A Comprehensive Overview and Considerations 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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The Needle in the Haystack? The Pharmacists’ Role in Increasing Disease Awareness of Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Facilitating Guideline-directed Therapies

The pathophysiology and clinical presentation of patients with eosinophilic esophagitis and recent guidelines will be discussed. Current and emerging treatments will be explained, as will the critical role pharmacists play in counseling, access to medications, and optimizing overall care.
gastroenterology ambulatory care clinical pharmacy practice
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Wasted Efforts: Engaging Key Stakeholders to Optimize Health System Drug Disposal and Prevent Diversion

This 1.5-hour online educational activity provides pharmacists with strategies for engaging key stakeholders in implementing best practices for detecting and managing drug diversion in the health system.
quality assurance leadership/management