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Pharmacist

This activity will feature a review of emerging data and strategies on the optimal diagnosis and pharmacologic management of IFI as well as application of these principles in interdisciplinary case examples.

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Webinar (On-Demand), Monograph

1.5 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) has become one of the most common infections worldwide. According to the CDC, up to 3.9 million people in the United States may be infected. This comprehensive four module program will provide a complete overview of HCV including disease state info, treatments, therapy selection, monitoring, and future considerations. Module One will address the epidemiology, diagnosis, and pathophysiology of HCV. Staging of HCV will also be reviewed.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

0.75 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

This activity will educate participants on how medications are administered in radiology and the unique devices and techniques employed in the use of contrast. Speakers will describe actual errors that have been reported as well as how to implement effective risk-reduction strategies, including steps that can be taken to ensure compliance with current regulatory and accreditation standards. A nationally recognized hospital pharmacist will describe the role of the pharmacy in working with radiology to improve medication use.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

2.0 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Pharmacy Technician

This activity will highlight the experience of one pharmacy director who was challenged to respond to a fatal compounding error and led his team through a time of uncertainty and transformational change. Other expert speakers will address risk points and risk reduction strategies, explore the use of technology to augment manual processes for preparation and verification of sterile products, and highlight changes made in the recently updated ISMP guidelines for sterile compounding.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

1.5 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

This on-demand webinar focuses on current issues in perioperative medication safety and ways to prevent harmful adverse drug events. Leading national experts discuss often-unrecognized problems, present cases in which errors have occurred, outline relevant regulatory and/or accreditation requirements, and describe how one organization has successfully implemented risk-reduction strategies in the surgical setting.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

1.5 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

This activity will provide you with key information on how to prepare your organization for auto-programming of IV infusions and optimization of closed-loop technologies. An overview of the planning and implementation process in two different EHR systems will be provided, paying particular attention to the human factors, technology readiness, environment, and system challenges faced during the process.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

1.5 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Nurse

This activity provides pharmacists, nurses, and allied healthcare providers with a contextual overview of HIV diagnostics, epidemiology, and economics in both adult and adolescent populations.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

0.5 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects an estimated 400,000 people in the U.S., with approximately 10,000 new cases reported every year. As a chronic and progressive neurologic disease that requires lifelong, dynamic treatment via costly, high-touch medications that also require special handling and storage, multiple sclerosis therapies are often delivered via specialty pharmacy programs. This activity provides an introduction to MS pathology, epidemiology, and symptom management to specialty pharmacists and nurses.

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Webinar (On-Demand), Monograph

1.0 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

This activity will provide an understanding of how CLABSI rates impact value-based purchasing for institutions, the relationship between CLABSIs and catheter occlusion, prevention bundles, and optimal selection and use of vascular access products.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

1.0 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Physician

Dietician

This activity is designed to support patient counseling efforts by examining dietary supplement regulation. Topics include the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, voluntary quality verification programs, counseling points, and the adverse event reporting process.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

1.0 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Radiologic Technologist

Radiology departments often use medications in ways that are different from other clinical areas of the hospital. This webinar will explore medication safety issues in the radiology setting, such as the safe use of contrast, appropriate labeling of containers, beyond-use dating, and patient identification. Expert faculty will discuss risk-reduction strategies, new bulk packaging for contrast, and regulatory requirements for use of contrast and other medications in radiology.

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Webinar (On-Demand)

2.0 Contact Hours

FREE ACTIVITY

Physician Assistant