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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.
Earn up to 0.50 pharmacology credits with this session and learn about the range of symptoms associated with various anxiety disorders as well as pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments for these patients. Learn More.
Earn up to 1.00 pharmacology credit with this activity. Learn about old and new medications to treat their patients with Diabetes, safety considerations when prescribing those medications, and how these medications can be safely used together. Learn More.
Earn up to 1.50 pharmacology credit with this activity. During this session participants will learn about various cardiac diagnostic tests, how to choose the appropriate test based on a patient’s symptoms, and medications that can be used to treat your patients based on those test results.
Earn up to 1.00 pharmacology credit with this activity. This activity will focus on the latest information pertaining to the risks and benefits of today’s oral contraceptives (OCs) as well as the latest trends and challenges of OC use. The risks associated with unintended pregnancy will be discussed. The ...
Earn up to 0.50 pharmacology credit with this activity. This activity will update NPs with the latest diagnostic problems and contributing factors to managing acute and chronic vulvolvaginitis. Learn More.
Earn up to 1.00 pharmacology credit with this activity. In this session, participants will learn about presentation of symptoms and pharmacologic treatment of ailments in geriatric patients. Learn More.
Earn up to 0.50 pharmacology credit with this activity. In this session, participants will learn about common diagnostic errors, how to avoid making those common diagnostic errors, and the potential legal risks associated with making diagnostic errors in a primary care setting. Learn More.
Earn up to 3.00 pharmacology credits with this activity. Review popular, new, and widely used medications, including their appropriate uses, adverse effects and drug interactions. Latest guidelines and treatments for the management of respiratory infections will also be provided. Learn More.
Earn up to 1.00 pharmacology credit with this review of the development of pediatric pharmacotherapeutics. Previous cases with unintentional bad outcomes and strategies to prevent common pediatric errors will be reviewed. Learn More.
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.