Purchase this NPACE package and fulfill your pharmacology CE requirement, earning 27.75 CE for Nurse Practitioners and 26.25 pharmacology credits. Included are 21 courses—including topics ranging from asthma and COPD, contraceptives, pediatric pharmacotherapeutics—and more.
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Diabetes is a multi-faceted disease with serious complications arising from untreated or inadequately treated diabetes. Treatment often requires a multitude of nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic options as well as multitude of healthcare professionals. This seminar will focus on the latest diagnostic and treatment options for the patient with ...
Keeping up with new medications, particularly given the recent trend towards direct to consumer advertising, is one of the true challenges of primary care. Ms. Wright will focus on the top new, widely used medications, including their appropriate uses, adverse effects and drug interactions.
Insomnia affects more than 60 million Americans with more than 6% of the population affected by chronic insomnia. This lecture will provide the learner with simple questions to identify and diagnose insomnia along with the various pharmacologic agents available to treat this condition. This program will also include ...
Coronary heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in this country. Many of these individuals have abnormal lipid profiles. The purpose of this lecture is to educate the Advanced Practice Clinician regarding the risks associated with hyperlipidemia and discuss the various treatment options for ...
This course will examine three common geriatric syndromes, falls, polypharmacy, and altered mental status/delirium. The assessment process for the NP will be examined along with discussion of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic interventions.
This program presents mechanisms of drug metabolism with a focus on the most clinically relevant CYP450 pathway. Case studies are utilized to illustrate clinical application, with an emphasis on patient safety and avoidance of adverse drug events.
This program presents the mechanisms of action for all commonly used antibiotic therapy, and utilizes this information in the selection of best-practices monotherapy and combination therapy. Case studies from both primary and acute care settings are used to illustrate application.
This program presents evidence-based best practice management of asthma and COPD, using a case-study approach to illustrate application of guidelines. Current issues in pharmacotherapy are highlighted, including indications, adverse effects, and safety issues.
Earn up to 1.25 pharmacology credits with this activity. Using lecture, discussion, and case study presentations with computer generated visual effects, this activity offers valuable education on applying the newest hypertension guidelines.
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.
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. 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 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 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. 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 1.00 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 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 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.