NEWLY ADDED! Save more than 44% when you purchase this NPACE package and fulfill your pharmacology CE requirement with topics relevant to primary care, earning 37 CE contact hours and 27 pharmacology credits. 26 courses in this package include 14 NEW activities on topics from women's health, acute and chronic pain management and more. View all the courses in this package below.
This session will allow attendees to be able to discuss aging changes that affect the pharmacological management of common disorders in order adults, describe essential medication safety in geriatric pharmacology and the common medications to avoid in older patients.
This session will cover use of the appropriate assay to determine Vitamin D deficiency, strategies to treat vitamin D deficiency and preventing recurrence. It will also define Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency and the importance of Vitamin D for overall health and welfare.
This session will provide the nurse practitioner with information about causes of osteoporosis, prevention and the role of calcium and vitamin D and management of osteoporosis. Various pharmacological therapies will be discussed including potential risks and complications.
This session will review common acute and chronic cardiac diagnoses, describe the medication management for specific cardiac conditions and utilize evidence based pharmacotherapeutics strategies in clinical practice to improve patient care outcomes.
This session discusses common presenting pulmonary conditions in primary care patients and current recommendations for identifying patients at risk for developing lung cancer, plus covers the contributing value of antibiotic stewardship.
This session will demonstrate competency in evaluation of spirometry in diagnosing COPD in primary care patients, contrast the use of cigarette smoking vs. electronic cigarettes and select key factors contributing to undiagnosed COPD in primary care patients.
BONUS Course: This session will discuss the link between HPV and cervical, anal and oral cancer screening, describe new cervical cancer screening and explain anal and oral cancer, HPV pathophysiology, risk factors, screening and clinical manifestations. Note: This course does NOT offer pharmacology credits.
Earn up to 0.50 pharmacology credit with this activity. Explore epidemiology and risk factors for various women's health conditions, current guidelines, controversies regarding the guidelines, and more. the latest issues in women’s health in this lecture, from challenges facing clinicians and patients, contraceptive and pregnancy statistics, research studies, and more.
Earn up to 0.50 pharmacology credit with this activity. Gain new understanding about the epidemiologic factors and common comorbidities found in patients with obesity. You’ll also review case studies and explore pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic obesity prevention and treatment options.
Earn up to 1.00 pharmacology credit. Treatment of common dermatology disorders seen in primary care will be touched upon in this activity, reviewing new medical treatments, and how to determine which issues require referral, including urgent referrals to dermatology.
Earn up to 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. One of the true challenges of primary care is keeping up with new medications. Leading NPACE lecturer, Wendy Wright discusses the top new and widely used medications, including appropriate uses, adverse effects, and drug interactions.
Earn up to 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. Recently, the immunization schedule has undergone widespread changes. This lecture offers the latest information regarding immunizations, updates, benefits and side effects of various vaccines, and developing plans to improve community immunization rates.
Earn up to 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. With depression and anxiety frequently encountered in primary care, many elements come into play when determining a treatment plan. This lecture reviews the latest treatment options to help NPs guide recommendations based upon patient presentation.
Earn 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. Millions of people are affected by asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), yet so few are diagnosed and treated adequately. Explore the statistics, signs and symptoms, and treatment options for asthma and COPD in this activity.
Earn 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. Pain is the most commonly reported symptom in primary care. Learn best practices for recognizing and treating acute and chronic pain, current pharmacologic agents, and more.
Earn 1.50 pharmacology credits with this activity. This session will provide a history and case review of the development of pediatric pharmacotherapeutics. Common pediatric prescribing errors and prevention strategies will be discussed as well as new indications and medications approved for pediatric use.
Are there weekend warriors among the patients in your practice? This activity presents a profile of the weekend warrior, the common sports injuries they encounter, interventions and basic principles of injury management and the recovery process.
Learn to decipher and make sense of various laboratory abnormalities in this activity, presented by an experienced NP. Challenging cases involving anemia, white blood cell (WBC) abnormalities, and liver function test (LFT) abnormalities will be explored with guidance on the selection of appropriate laboratory tests and treatment options.
Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease can present themselves in a number of disorders, including endocrine disease, renal failure, and gastrointestinal disease. In this activity, learn how to identify them as well as systemic risks related to more common disorders.
With increasing recognition of concussions as important traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), comprehensive assessment and documentation of individuals with concussions is more important than ever. This activity reviews pathophysiology and implications of concussion/TBI, guidelines regarding return to play, and more.
Earn up to 3.00 pharmacology credits during this workshop session. You will learn the neuro-chemistry involved in making a mental health diagnosis, how to prescribe psychiatric medications, and more. Learn More.