Interprofessional Activities

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The activities listed below carry additional accreditations.

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Best Practices for Monitoring Surfaces for Hazardous Drug Contamination: Consensus Conference Recommendations and Next Steps

In this 1.5-hour online educational activity, expert faculty review recommendations from a 2020 national consensus conference on hazardous drug (HD) surface contamination and share strategies for implementing a program for monitoring surfaces for HD contamination.
pharmacy technicians acpe topic 07 (compounding) leadership/management
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Preventing and Treating Recurrent Clostridioides difficile Infection in High-Risk Populations: A Pro/Con Debate

This 1.5-hour interprofessional educational activity uses a point-counterpoint approach to decision making for managing special patient populations at high-risk for poor outcomes also taking into account cost-benefit considerations.
infectious diseases clinical pharmacy practice pharmacotherapy
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Achieving Safe and Effective Moderate to Deep 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 acpe topic 04 (gen pharmacy) leadership/management
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Prevention and Treatment of Recurrent Clostridioides difficile Infection

This 1-hour interprofessional educational activity reviews the epidemiology of recurrent C. difficile infection, current and emerging pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies, and special populations at risk for infection.
infectious diseases clinical pharmacy practice pharmacotherapy
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Beyond Opioids- The Multimodal Approach to Safe and Effective Pain Relief

This one hour CE, divided in to four topical sections, provides current guidance for physicians and pharmacists on how to avoid overuse of opioids while still offering patients safe and effective pain relief.
pain/palliative care quality assurance med therapy 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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Clinical Use of Biosimilars in Oncology Practice

This 1-hour online educational activity discusses biosimilars currently on the market for use in oncology, both supportive and curative, including approved indications, delivery methods, extrapolation and curative intent, safety monitoring, and patient education/support.
clinical pharmacy practice oncology
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Building Blocks for Biosimilar Intergration in Cancer Care

This 1-hour online educational activity presents clinical information on the regulatory framework for the approval of biosimilars for supportive and therapeutic cancer care.
clinical pharmacy practice oncology
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Practice Essentials for Using Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors to Treat Lung Cancer and Melanoma

This 1.5-hour interprofessional educational activity will explore the evolving issues, key questions, and controversies associated with the use of immunotherapies for the treatment of patients with melanoma and lung cancer.
oncology pharmacotherapy
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Strategies for Prevention and Treatment of Recurrent C. difficile Infection

This 1.5-hour interprofessional activity will apply concepts of epidemiology, pharmacology, immunology, and microbiome science to describe the sequence of events that place patients at high risk for recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI). Treatment strategies will also be explored.
infectious diseases pharmacotherapy