Grand Pharmacology Bundle 2023 V2

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This grand pharmacology bundle holds a wide variety of over 20 different critical primary care topics for prescribers, from pediatric pharmaceutical updates and safe prescribing in older adults, to a 2022 drug update. This bundle has it all. Topics include contraceptive management, polypharmacy, asthma, HIV updates, mood disorders, depression, dyslipidemia, diabetes management, and more.

Total Credits: 30.50 contact hours; 28.91 are pharmacology
$775
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    This presentation will focus on these injectables to achieve the best possible esthetic and therapeutic outcomes. An understanding of facial anatomy, the aging process, and safety issues for injectable therapy is needed to diagnose and recommend aesthetic treatment plans. A review of neurotoxins and dermal fillers, including the mechanism of action, side effects, expected results, and complications with protocols will be discussed. | 1.00 credits (1.00 pharmacology) | $30

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    This presentation will review the newest options and recommendations for contraceptive management. We will cover newly available methods as well as those more established. The presentation will also cover strategies to improve contraception adherence including common mistakes patients make and how to address them. | 1.50 credits (1.25 pharmacology) | $40.00

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    More and more parents and patients are vaccine-hesitant resulting in an increase in the number of vaccine opt-out families. Healthcare professionals must be cognizant of strategies that can increase vaccine acceptance for these families. Understanding how to best communicate with patients and parents is imperative to maintain vaccine rates. Using case scenarios, the speaker will illustrate interactions with patients to improve rates. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $45.00

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    The population in the United States is aging with one in every five adults over the age of 65. Individuals are also living longer with chronic illnesses requiring the use of multiple medications. This session will focus on ways in which the older adult is different pharmacokinetically from the younger adults and will provide tips for safe prescribing. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $45.00

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    Overview of the current state of genomic medicine as well as a basic genetic overview. Then, using case studies, learn ways to integrate genomic medicine into your practice when treating acute and chronic medical conditions including should you use them, how to order them, what to tell your patients, and ethical concerns you may face. | 1.50 credits (1.25 pharmacology) | $40.00

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    This is an unprecedented time in vaccines! The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the healthcare community hard, particularly in the world of pediatric and adolescent vaccinations. The World Health Organization states that more than 25 million children have missed one or more of their routine vaccinations and that we have just seen the biggest backslide in pediatric vaccinations in more than 30 years. We have also seen an increase in vaccination hesitancy and refusals, even from parents and patients who were previously vaccine advocates. This session will focus on the latest update of ACIP vaccine recommendations for children and adults. In addition, a discussion of strategies to increase vaccination rates through system and personalized approaches. Last, language which can increase vaccine update with also be discussed. This is a can’t miss session delivered by one of the nation’s leading vaccine experts, Dr. Wendy L. Wright, Family Nurse Practitioner. | 1.00 credits (1.00 pharmacology) | $35

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    The 2018 Agricultural Improvement Act (Farm Bill 2018) authorized by Congress made hemp products containing less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) legal. However, contrary to popular belief, this bill did not authorize the legal sale of cannabidiol (CBD) products for promotion of any traditional health benefits, yet the sale of CBD products across the United States has significantly increased following its passage. There is currently no formal regulation on CBD products being sold in the United States beyond Epidiolex® which is specifically regulated as a drug via the FDA. Pharmacists need to understand the basics of how CBD acts on the human body, which health claims have been proven via robust clinical trials, and the potential adverse effects and drug interactions that may occur in a patient who uses these unregulated products in conjunction with their prescribed or over-the-counter medication regimen. Pharmacists also need to be able to provide information regarding the sale and regulation of CBD products and the potential issues that may arise given the current legal status of CBD products. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $40.00

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    This presentation discusses updated diagnostic criteria and psychometric approaches to improve case identification, diagnosis & treatment of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorders. ADHD is redefined in the context of epigenetics and neurobiology, with specific attention to contemporary pharmacological approaches to manage the symptoms. Practical applications for nurse practitioners are presented. | 1.0 credits (0.66 Pharmacology) | $30

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    This session will provide the nurse practitioner with information regarding common pathogens implicated in AECB and community acquired pneumonia in the patient with underlying co-morbidities such as asthma, COPD and alcohol abuse. Current recommendations regarding antimicrobial treatment options will be reviewed in detail. National recommendations for obtaining chest x-ray and sputum for gram staining will also be discussed. | 1.50 credits (1.50 Pharmacology) | $45

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    The ‘tridemic’ is threatening to overwhelm healthcare systems throughout the United States. This presentation will focus on the impact of the ‘tridemic’ and the management of common pediatric disorders. Discussion will include differential diagnosis, treatment strategies and medication management of common pediatric disorders. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $40