College of Pharmacy Continuing Education

Continuing Education - College of Pharmacy

  • What's Hot in Infectious Diseases 2018

    What's Hot in Infectious Diseases 2018

    Originally presented by: James Lewis, PharmD

    03/14/2018

     

    A home study webinar for Pharmacists 

    1.5 Contact Hours Available

    Objectives for Pharmacists:

    1) Identify emerging organisms of concern that are antibiotic resistant and present a public health concern.

    2) List new therapies for multi-resistant gram negative organisms and the strengths and weaknesses of these agents.

    3) Describe new evidence or guidelines that change the management of common infections or multi-resistant organisms.

    Register Here

     

    UAN:  0068-0000-18-005-H04-P

    This is a HOME STUDY WEBINAR CPE activity for pharmacists. 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). 

    Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program. 

    The University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

    Please provide your payment information below. Confirmation of payment will be sent to the email address provided. 

    Once you have registered, the information regarding access to the webinar and the post-webinar exam will be sent to you from the CE Coordinator via email. 

    This program will be conducted in the form of a "meeting" through Cisco WebEx. Once you have registered for the event, you will receive further instructionson how to join the meeting a couple of days in advance of the live program. 

    http://pharmacy.utah.edu/ce/

  • Asthma & COPD Update 2018: Take a Deep Breath

    Asthma & COPD Update 2018: Take a Deep Breath

    Originally presented by: Dave Young, PharmD
    02/21/2018

    A LIVE Webinar for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

    1.5 LIVE Contact Hours Available

    Objectives for Pharmacists:

    1. Differentiate between the stages of asthma and COPD based on current guidelines
    2. Review the current therapeutic options to treat patients with asthma and COPD
    3. Discuss the role of combination therapy to treat patients with asthma and COPD
    4. Formulate a stepwise approach to treat patients with asthma and COPD
    5. Discuss the importance of correct inhaler technique

    Register Here

     

    Objectives for Pharmacy Technicians:

    1. Define asthma and COPD
    2. Identify which medications are classified as long-term control and quick-relief medications
    3. List potential adverse effects from long-term control and quick-relief medications
    4. Discuss the importance of correct inhaler technique 

    Register Here

     

    UAN:

                 0068-0000-18-002-L01-P

                  0068-0000-18-002-L01-T

     

    This is a LIVE knowledge based WEBINAR CPE activity for pharmacists and 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). 

    Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program. 

    The University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

    Please provide your payment information below. Confirmation of payment will be sent to the email address provided. 

    This program will be conducted in the form of a "meeting" through Cisco WebEx. Once you have registered for the event, you will receive further instructionson how to join the meeting a couple of days in advance of the live program. 

     

  • 2018 Pharmacy Law Update: So What’s New?

    2018 Pharmacy Law Update: So What’s New?

    Originally presented by Dr. Roger B. Fitzpatrick, R. Ph.

    January 24, 2018

     

    A Home Study Webinar for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy.

    Pharmacist objectives:

    1. List at least three changes to the Utah Pharmacy Practice & Act Rules and their implications on the current practice of pharmacy.
    2. Identify key areas of concern for DOPL Inspectors and Investigators.
    3. Review recent changes and enhancements to the Utah Controlled Substance Database (CSD) and determine their impact to your practice.
    4. Discuss changes to Federal and State Schedule II controlled substance laws and rules that have impacted the practice of pharmacy.
    5. Describe changes you will make to your personal practice from the information presented during this continuing education offering. 

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    Pharmacy Technician objectives:

    1. Describe at least three changes to the Utah Pharmacy Act & Rules and how they will impact your practice as a pharmacy technician.
    2. Identify key areas of concern for DOPL Inspectors and Investigators where pharmacy technicians can and should be involved.
    3. Discuss how pharmacy technicians can better support the pharmacist because of recent changes and enhancements to the Utah Controlled Substance Database (CSD). 
    4. Review key elements to the changes in the Federal and State Schedule II controlled substance laws and rules and how they involve pharmacy technicians.
    5. Develop a plan for implementing the changes in pharmacy laws and rules into your personal practice and work setting as a result of attending this continuing education offering.

    Register Here

      

    This is a HOME STUDY WEBINAR CPE activity for pharmacists and 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).

     

    0068-0000-18-007-H03-P (Pharmacist)

    0068-0000-18-007-H03-T (Pharmacy Technician)

     

    Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program. 

    The University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

    Please provide your payment information below. Confirmation of payment will be sentto the email address provided. 

    Once you have registered, the information regarding access to the webinar and the post-webinar exam will be sent to you from the CE Coordinator via email. 

  • New Research and Implementation of Drug Interactions in Practice

    New Research and Implementation of Drug Interactions in Practice

    Home study program for Pharmacists

    Originally broadcast live from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy

    Presented by: John Horn, PharmD, FCCP

    10/18/2017

    Pharmacist Objectives:

    1. Understand how DDI databases are constructed
    2. Identify limitations to current DDI alerting software
    3. Identify the causes of alert fatigue
    4. Assess various methods to avoid alert fatigue

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    This is a HOME STUDY WEBINAR CPE knowledge-based activity for pharmacists. 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). 

    UAN:   0068-0000-18-006-H04-P

     

    Program Funding: no grant has been received for this program. 

    The University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

    Please provide your payment information below. Confirmation of payment will be sent to the email address provided. 

    Once you have registered, the information regarding access to the webinar and the post-webinar exam will be sent to you from the CE Coordinator via email. 

     

  • There’s a Pill for That! Updates in Weight Loss Therapy

    There’s a Pill for That! Updates in Weight Loss Therapy

    Originally presented by Dr. Hanna Raber
    September 13, 2017
    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    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).

    Pharmacist Objectives:

    1. Calculate a patient specific safe goal weight loss over 6 months
    2. Counsel a patient on basic recommendations for exercise and dietary modifications to promote weight loss
    3. Discuss currently available over-the-counter options for weight loss
    4. Identify patients who are candidates for prescription weight loss therapy
    5. Assess the safety and efficacy of currently availability prescription weight loss therapy


    Technician Objectives:

    1. Define obesity and classify a patient as overweight or obese based on body mass index
    2. Calculate a patient specific safe goal weight loss over 6 months
    3. Counsel a patient on basic recommendations for exercise and dietary modifications to promote weight loss
    4. Discuss currently available over-the-counter options for weight loss


    UAN:
    0068-0000-17-004-L01-P
    0068-0000-17-004-L01-T

    1.5 contact hours available

    Please follow the steps below to register, view the webinar, and claim CE credit

    1. To Register: click below
    2. View the Webinar:


    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.

     

  • Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy

    Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy

    Originally Presented by Dr. Jim Ruble
    January 11, 2017

    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).

    UAN

    0068-0000-17-003-H03-P
    0068-0000-17-003-H03-T

    2.0 contact hours LAW 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:

    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.


     

  • Opioid Crisis in Utah: The Naloxone Good Samaritan Law Webinar

    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.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Describe the opioid crisis in the United States and the State of Utah
    2. Summarize the toxidrome of opioid toxicity
    3. Recognize the signs and symptoms of opioid crisis
    4. Apply the steps in treatment of opioid crisis, monitoring for recovery, and how to transfer patient to urgent, emergent, or home care.
    5. Describe opioid and naloxone pharmacology, use in special populations, and administration technique.
    6. Explain the Naloxone Good Samaritan Law (Opiate Overdose Response Act Standing Orders and Other Amendments)
    7. 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).

    UAN:
    0068-9999-16-017-H01-P
    0068-9999-16-017-H01-T
    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:

     

    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

    Originally presented: January 13th, 2016 6:00pm - 7:30pm

    1.5 LIVE LAW Contact Hours Available for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

    Learning Objectives:

    • 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

    UAN: 0068-0000-16-09-H03-P


    Registration:


    Pharmacists