Pediatric/Adolescent Health Bundle V2

This Hot Topics bundle includes unique and current topics found in primary care practice including tremor management, medication updates for 2021, post-covid sequela, arthritis options, medical marijuana, aesthetic injectables, HIV updates, travel medicine, unexplained physical symptoms, and full practice authority.

Total Credits: 8.5 contact hours; 6.0 are pharmacology
Expiration Date: June 30th, 2024

$230.00
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    This course will describe and analyze five can't miss EKGs, starting at the basic level, and include some high-risk patterns that the machine will miss. Next, explore a deep dive into what a normal EKG should look like and why. Followed by several case studies that will provide learners with a better understanding of certain situations and scenarios when performing sports physicals that they can apply in their everyday practice. | 1.00 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $27.50

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    Pediatric patients are not considered small adults. This presentation will function as a refresher for the expert nurse and a tool for the novice nurse as it focuses on pearls for common pediatric illnesses. The discussion will include diagnostic measures, treatment strategies, and prudent prescribing for these common pediatric disorders. | 1.00 credits (0.25 pharmacology) | $27.50

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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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    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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    This presentation will be a refresher of the techniques required to perform a comfortable and accurate pelvic exam. We will explore cases containing common patient presentations during routine pelvic examinations. | 1.00 credits (0.00 pharmacology) | $27.50

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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

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    Alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco are substances most commonly used by adolescents. Substance use in adolescence becomes risky, when does substance use become substance abuse? This presentation will focus on adolescent substance use and abuse. This presentation will also focus on the most commonly abused substances during adolescence, factors that contribute to substance abuse and treatment plans. | 1.50 credits (1.50 pharmacology) | $40