Pharmacy Update: Pharmacological and Therapeutic Updates (pharmacist)


Recent Pharmacological and Therapeutic Developments: New Drugs and Therapeutic Update
Kelsey Frederick, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Translational Science
UTHSC College of Pharmacy
 
James Wheeler, PharmD, BCPS
Director of Continuing Professional Development
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Translational Science
UTHSC College of Pharmacy
 
0064-0000-21-005-L01-PT
CE credits: 4 hours
 
Pharmacist Objectives:
  • Inform patients and prescribers of the pharmacological and therapeutic application(s) of drugs introduced in 2020.
  • Identify the role of efficacy and cost of newly approved medications to existing agents.
  • Discuss safety profiles and potential adverse drug reactions of newly introduced drugs.
  • Identify essential information for counseling patients on changes in the therapeutic application(s) of existing drugs and alternative therapies.
 
Pharmacy Technician Objectives:
  • List the primary use of drugs introduced in 2020.
  • Identify the role of newly approved medications compared to existing agents.
Identify essential information to assist pharmacists in counseling patients on changes in the therapeutic application(s) of existing drugs and alternative therapies. 

Fee

$40.00

CE Hours

4.00

CE Units

0.400

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

 

 

Recent Pharmacological and Therapeutic Developments: New Drugs and Therapeutic Update
Kelsey Frederick, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Translational Science
UTHSC College of Pharmacy
 
James Wheeler, PharmD, BCPS
Director of Continuing Professional Development
Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Translational Science
UTHSC College of Pharmacy
 
0064-0000-21-005-L01-PT
CE credits: 4 hours
 
Pharmacist Objectives:
  • Inform patients and prescribers of the pharmacological and therapeutic application(s) of drugs introduced in 2020.
  • Identify the role of efficacy and cost of newly approved medications to existing agents.
  • Discuss safety profiles and potential adverse drug reactions of newly introduced drugs.
  • Identify essential information for counseling patients on changes in the therapeutic application(s) of existing drugs and alternative therapies.
 
Pharmacy Technician Objectives:
  • List the primary use of drugs introduced in 2020.
  • Identify the role of newly approved medications compared to existing agents.
  • Identify essential information to assist pharmacists in counseling patients on changes in the therapeutic application(s) of existing drugs and alternative therapies.

Objectives

  • Inform patients and prescribers of the pharmacological and therapeutic application(s) of drugs introduced in 2020.
  • Identify the role of efficacy and cost of newly approved medications to existing agents.
  • Discuss safety profiles and potential adverse drug reactions of newly introduced drugs.
  • Identify essential information for counseling patients on changes in the therapeutic application(s) of existing drugs and alternative therapies.

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

James Wheeler, PharmD
Assistant Professor, University of TN

Kelsey Frederick, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor, Office of Continuing Professional Development, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Activity Number

0064-0000-21-005-H01-P

Release Date: Aug 6, 2021
Credit Expiration Date: Apr 18, 2022

CE Hours

4.00

Fee

$40.00