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  • Keep your knowledge on infectious diseases current with this package. These courses hold information on antibiotic stewardship, immunization updates, talking to vaccine hesitant patients, keeping older patients healthy during a pandemic, travel medicine, post-COVID sequeala. Purchase this package and earn up to 8.0 CNE credits. | $200

  • This mental health bundle is key for any practitioner in primary or mental healthcare. Educational presentations include suicide prevention, depression medication and functional medicine management, ADD, anxiety, mood disorder, and management on unexplained physical symptoms. 9.8 credits (7.0 pharmacology) | $245

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    Acne Treatment Updates. Acne is a common complaint in primary care that affects the emotional and physical health of many, particularly adolescents. In this presentation, you’ll learn more about the latest best practices in the care of patients with acne. |1.00 credits | $25

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    In the chaos created by a confluence of social, political and scientific factors, healthcare providers have a tendency to become complacent or to act with a sense of false urgency. These are not conducive actions to promote health of patients and communities. Nurse practitioners need to learn and refine skills to act with true urgency in order to be effective and resilient in the current social health climate. | 1.00 credits (0.33 pharmacology) | $25

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    Description: Acute and chronic abdominal pain are common complaints in primary and urgent care. This session will focus on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of common and not-so-common abdominal conditions. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    An understanding of basic hematology is essential to diagnosing and treating common conditions like anemia. Identifying the presence of anemia is only the first step in the management of this condition. Determining the cause or causes of anemia is critical to appropriate management and prevention of recurrence. This presentation will discuss red blood cell production, common anemia etiologies, identification of anemia type from hemograms, management and evaluation of treatment. | 1.0 credits (0.5 pharmacology) | $25

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    Are you wondering what the latest is on prescribing antibiotics? This presentation will provide answers. Nurse Practitioner Dr. Susan Feeney will review antibiotic stewardship and updates for primary care NPs. The presentation will highlight data, best practices, and evidence for helping guide patients in care. | 1.25 pharmacology credits | $25

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    This program presents the physiology of anxiety disorders as a foundation for pharmacologic management, key features in differentiating among anxiety disorders, and pharmacologic choices for acute and chronic management. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $37.50

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    This presentation teaches the nurse practitioner in primary care that the skin can be a wealth of information as to the patient’s diagnosis when the pertinent clues are identified. Reactions of the skin to disease and medications and even internal malignancies can provide clues to diagnosis when you know what to look for. | 1.00 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $25

  • At NPACE Pharmacology Update recorded conferences, you will fulfill your professional development and licensure needs, and access priceless context, insights, and real-world understanding of complex healthcare issues. Each session emphasizes relevant and evidence-based clinical knowledge as well as offers guidance by seasoned speakers connected to today’s practice and is open to interaction and discussion. Up to 12 Contact Hours; including 12 Pharm Hours |$375