CE PRN® Pharmacy Continuing Education Courses 2018

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"Disorders of the GI Tract" 707-000-18-001-H01-P (for Pharmacists); 707-000-18-001-H01-T (for Technicians) January (1.25 contact hours)

Pharmacy has changed, but has it really? The mechanics are different, as are many drugs and, of course, the names of pharmaceutical manufacturers and “players in our profession.” Yet, the ultimate goal of pharmacy, pretty much, remains the same---providing important drug and healthcare information to patients. In this lesson, we review IBD. We primarily discuss CD & UC. The goal is to provide updated information that can improve communications with

"UPDATE: Hospital Acquired Infections" 707-000-18-002-H01-P (for Pharmacists); 707-000-18-002-H01-T (for Technicians) February (1.25 contact hours)

Infections that are facilitated within the hospital setting are becoming more prevalent. Additionally, the reaction to them by all members of the healthcare team are becoming more significant. Finally, third party payers are starting to ‘scrutinize reimbursement’ to hospitals for certain infections. These are just a few reasons why it is important to review and update this topic every 12 – 18 months. As always the overall goals are to provide safe and effective pharmacy care, while advising patients with reliable and important



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