College of Pharmacy Continuing Education
Continuing Education - College of Pharmacy
- Available Home Studies
Opioid Crisis in Utah: The Naloxone Good Samaritan Law Webinar
A Home Study Webinar from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy
Originally presented November 5th, 2016
*Our Home Study process is changing for this program in an attempt to reach as many pharmacists as possible with this essential webinar. Please see instructions on how to register, participate and receive credit below.
- Describe the opioid crisis in the United States and the State of Utah
- Summarize the toxidrome of opioid toxicity
- Recognize the signs and symptoms of opioid crisis
- Apply the steps in treatment of opioid crisis, monitoring for recovery, and how to transfer patient to urgent, emergent, or home care.
- Describe opioid and naloxone pharmacology, use in special populations, and administration technique.
- Explain the Naloxone Good Samaritan Law (Opiate Overdose Response Act Standing Orders and Other Amendments)
- Explain the Naloxone rules application to medicine and pharmacy.
This is a HOME STUDY WEBINAR CPE activity for pharmacists & pharmacy technicians. Successful completion of the webinar involves passing the final exam with a grade of 75% or higher. Successful completion of this exam will result in 1.5 contact hours (0.15 CEU).
1.5 contact hours CPE Available
Please follow the steps below to register, view the webinar, and claim CE credit
1. To Register: click below
2. View the Webinar:
- Click on this link to access the webinar and post-webinar exam:
Complete the Exam:
- After watching the webinar, you will be prompted to complete the exam & event assessment. Please do so to receive CE credit.
Please note that you must have paid through the registration link AND completed the exam with a score of 75% or better to receive CE credit through CPE Monitor.
The CE Coordinator will be checking all exam results against confirmed paid registrations prior to uploading credit to CPE Monitor.
The CE Coordinator will be checking for new exam results on Tuesday of each week. You will be notified via email when your credit is ready to view in CPE Monitor.
Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program.
- 2016 Pharmacy Law Update: From Legislation & Rulemaking to Practice Application
Presented by: Roger B. Fitzpatrick, R.Ph
January 13th, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm
1.5 LIVE LAW Contact Hours Available for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
- List at least three changes to the Utah Pharmacy Practice Act & Rules and their implications on current practice
- Identify key areas of concern for DOPL Inspectors and Investigators
- Review recent national changes to pharmacy technician education and reflect on their impact to your practice
- Discuss recent Federal laws that have affected the practice of pharmacy
- Describe changes you will make to your personal practice from the information presented during this continuing education offering