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Drug Topics and UConn CE

 

 

To Take CPE quizzes, click the ONLINE CE CENTER link below.

ONLINE CE CENTER

 

The University of Connecticut and Drug Topics have joined forces to bring you relevant, outstanding Continuing Education Activities.  We have combined our efforts to further the current pharmacy workforce to make improved patient outcomes a reality.  Training pharmacists to deliver Medication Management at this level of expertise is paramount to providing positive patient outcomes.  Pharmacists must have the necessary knowledge and skills applicable to address complex patient cases with multiple medications, physician specialists and co-morbidities.  In addition, they must possess the oral and written skills to effectively navigate the motivation of patients and convey the issues to the providers.

These continuing education activities are free of charge.  For more information regarding each set of topics, just click on the links below. 

We have recently transitioned from the Drug Topics to the UConn learning management system.  We hope you find that this change will make accessing the articles and receiving your credits easier to navigate.  If you have questions regarding your credits, please feel free to contact Joanne Nault at joanne.nault@uconn.edu or 860-486-2084

To Take CPE quizzes, click the ONLINE CE CENTER link below.

ONLINE CE CENTER

For activities prior to July 2014, please see attached for a list of session codes

MTM for the Adult Patient with Diabetes

Pain Management Series

Diabetes Updates

MTM for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease

MTM for the Patient with Respiratory Disease

For Pharmacists AND Pharmacy Technicians:

LAW: Primer on Biosimilar Agents-What the Pharmacist Needs to Know- January 2016

Part I: Recognition and Referral to Enhance Recovery: The Pharmacists Role in Managing Opioid Use Disorder - February 2016

Part II: Law: Educating and Empowering Patients and Caregivers: The Pharmacist’s Role in Reducing the Risk of Opioid Overdose – March 2016

The Expanding Role of Direct Oral Anticoagulants in the Management of Thromboembolic Disease - April 2016

Keep Your Patients “Moving”-An Overview of Treatment Options for Constipation - May 2016

The Rundown: Management of Acute and Chronic Diarrhea – June 2016

Expanding Vaccination Rates Through Pharmacist-initiated Patient Identification and Assessment - July 2016

Interventions to Improve Quality of Life for Patients with Psoriasis and Psoriatice Arthritis (PsA) - August 2016

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