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CEimpact Podcast: The CEimpact Podcast has 3 shows to help your practice 3 ways GameChangers: pharmacotherapy knowledge (CE available with membership!). Precept2Practice: preceptor best practices. Level Up: practice and business advancement. New episodes are released weekly! Listen in and learn every week.
The 101 on Oral Therapies for COVID-19
Two oral therapies for COVID-19 were recently approved. Listen in as we discuss who is eligible to receive them, their efficacy, and what this means for the future of COVID-19 treatment.Guest: Patrick Kinn, PharmD, MPH, BCPSClinical Pharmacy Specialist - Infectious DiseaseUniversity of Iowa Health CareJohn A. Galdo, PharmD, MBA, BCPS, BCGP (Jake)Course Content and Developer, CEimpactPharmacist, Ross Bridge PharmacyCEO, Seguridad, IncRedeem your CPE or CME credit here!Pharmacist members CME Need a membership?Join for CPE Credit Join for CME Credit References and resources: Jayk BA, Gomes da Silva MM, Musungaie DB, et al. MOVe-OUT Study Group. Molnupiravir for Oral Treatment of Covid-19 in Nonhospitalized Patients. N Engl J Med. 2021 Dec 16:NEJMoa2116044. doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa2116044. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34914868; PMCID: PMC8693688.PAXLOVID (nirmatrelvir) [Emergency Use Authorization]. U.S. Food and Drug Administration website. Published December 22, 2021. Accessed January 5, 2021. https://www.fda.gov/media/155050/downloadLiverpool COVID-19 Interactions. https://www.covid19-druginteractions.org/COVID-19 Public Therapeutic Locator. https://healthdata.gov/Health/COVID-19-Public-Therapeutic-Locator/rxn6-qnx8/dataContinuing Education Information:Learning Objectives: Identify the eligible population for treatment of COVID-19 with oral therapyDiscuss the efficacy of currently available oral therapy treatment options for COVID-19Dr. Wall is a member of the Janssen Speaker's Bureau. Dr. Galdo reports no actual or potential conflicts of interest associated with this episode.Dr. Kinn reports no actual or potential conflicts of interest associated with this episode.0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-22-056-H01-PInitial release date: 01/17/22Expiration date: 01/17/2023Additional CPE & CME details can be found here
6d ago
41 mins
Can Pilocarpine Eyedrops for Presbyopia Help You See Clearly Now?Virtual Reality Headsets for Managing Chronic Pain
Pain is not a game. Chronic non-malignant pain has few effective treatment options, particularly since the adverse effects of opioids have become more known. Many patients with chronic pain also develop mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.  A new virtual reality system, designed for at-home self-use, has been approved by the FDA to treat chronic low back pain in adults.  Dr. John Swegle, a pain management expert, joins host Geoff Wall to discuss how this potentially gamechanging device gained FDA approval and logistical challenges patients may have in obtaining access. Guest: John Swegle, PharmD, BCPS, BCACPClinical Associate ProfessorUniversity of Iowa College of PharmacyRedeem your CPE or CME credit here!Pharmacist membersCMENeed a membership?Join for CPE Credit Join for CME Credit References and Resources: FDA Authorizes Marketing of Virtual Reality System for Chronic Pain Reduction: https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-authorizes-marketing-virtual-reality-system-chronic-pain-reductionVirtual Reality Trial Using EaseVRx for Chronic Low Back Pain: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04415177Continuing Education Information:Learning Objectives: Describe the purported mechanism of benefit of a virtual reality system in patients with low back painDiscuss the study that supported a virtual reality device to receive FDA approval for pain management and its implications for patients with low back painDr. John Swegle reports no actual or potential conflicts of interest associated with this episode.0.05 CEU | 0.5 HrsACPE UAN: 0107-0000-22-039-H01-PInitial release date: 01/03/22Expiration date: 01/03/2023Additional CPE & CME details can be found here
Jan 3 2022
26 mins
Optimizing Steroid Dosing in AECOPD - Does one Size Fit All?Teaching Introductory Learners
Pharmacy students change and evolve immensely from the moment they walk into pharmacy school to the moment they graduate. At each step along the way, their educational needs change as well. And of course, each student is uniquely different regardless of where they are on their pharmacy school journey. As a preceptor, you must meet each of them where they are. Join us as we discuss challenges preceptors may face with introductory learners, regardless of where they are on their journey. We will equip you with actionable strategies applicable regardless of pratice environment.Guest HostHuy Hoang, PharmDCoordinator for Experiential Advancement|Assistant ProfessorPacific University School of PharmacyGuest ExpertJoseph Tran, PharmD, RPhLead Pharmacist ConsultantGeneva Woods Pharmacy, Anchorage, AKWant more education on this topic? Visit these courses at www.CEimpact.comTeaching the Science of Safety to APPE and IPPE StudentsIdentify opportunities for "teaching moments" and turn students pharmacists into resources for patient safety initiatives.Tools to Facilitate Student Success with Your Learning ExperiencePreceptors often don’t feel they have time or know how to go about creating an appropriate amount of structure within the experiences they provide for student pharmacists. In this CPE course, preceptors have the opportunity to learn and apply simple quality improvement techniques to maintain and enhance their learning experience.Topic Discussion to Promote Learner GrowthThis course provides preceptors with rationale for utilizing topic discussions as well as methods for incorporating topic discussions into their rotations. Seasoned preceptors will also gain insight on how to take their existing topic discussions to the next level through practical ways to revitalize and revamp these learning experiences.  AcknowledgementsSpecial thanks to the  Northwest Pharmacy Experiential Consortium, who helped conceive the concept for this podcast and assisted it in its launch. Collaboration is one of CEimpact’s core values, and we are grateful for their partnership.
Dec 22 2021
14 mins
Is Mirtazapine Appropriate for the Elderly?Prevent COVID-19 Vaccine ErrorsTreatment of Hyperkalemia: Rapid UpdateGain Empathy to Level UpHow to Engage Students in the Pharmacists' Patient Care Process
Repost Episode: A degree is pharmacy is incredibly versatile - from health-systems and long-term care facilities to community pharmacies and managed care - pharmacists are an integral part of healthcare. Sometimes, students may pursue additional training through residency programs.How can you prepare your students?Pearl 1: Preparing for an interview.Pearl 2: How to quickly evaluate a resume/CVPearl 3: Finding the first career step.Want more education on this topic? Visit these courses at www.CEimpact.comHelping Your Students Get Ready for InterviewsHelp your students and residents shine during the interview process. Learn how to coach your students to success, including tips on etiquette and preparation. Additionally, you'll hear from both an experienced Residency Director and Student Preceptor about what's worked well for them. How to Evaluate a CVHow can you help your students and residents prepare for their future? This brief course provides tips on how to critically review a CV. We spend time reviewing an example CV so you can learn what to look for and how to constructively share feedback. Leave this session with a tool to guide you through the process of CV evaluation.Rotations and Residencies and Jobs, Oh My! Helping Your Students Decide What's NextThis continuing pharmacy education course provides tools and guidance to preceptors and mentors on how to help students navigate their next steps into the profession. Participate in this course to discuss advanced pharmacy practice experience selection, position application preparation, and residency recruitment; as well as how to have meaningful discussions with students on how to manage these stressful processes and decisions.Writing Letters of Recommendation that MatterIt’s a common scenario: an APPE student is applying to residency programs and asks you as a preceptor to write a letter of recommendation. How do you write a letter that stands out? This course offers practical strategies for writing a letter that is personalized and impactful. Hear tips on what to ask from the student requesting a letter as well as how to handle a situation where you don’t feel comfortable writing a letter of recommendation.Become a member with our CEimpact Membership here!
Dec 8 2021
21 mins
The Risk of Quinolones in Hemodialysis3 Ways to a Healthier Pharmacy
Dec 3 2021
18 mins
Helping Students Transition to Employment
Repost Episode: A degree is pharmacy is incredibly versatile - from health-systems and long-term care facilities to community pharmacies and managed care - pharmacists are an integral part of healthcare. Sometimes, students may pursue additional training through residency programs.How can you prepare your students?Pearl 1: Preparing for an interview.Pearl 2: How to quickly evaluate a resume/CVPearl 3: Finding the first career step.Want more education on this topic? Visit these courses at www.CEimpact.com!Helping Your Students Get Ready for InterviewsHelp your students and residents shine during the interview process. Learn how to coach your students to success, including tips on etiquette and preparation. Additionally, you'll hear from both an experienced Residency Director and Student Preceptor about what's worked well for them. How to Evaluate a CVHow can you help your students and residents prepare for their future? This brief course provides tips on how to critically review a CV. We spend time reviewing an example CV so you can learn what to look for and how to constructively share feedback. Leave this session with a tool to guide you through the process of CV evaluation.Rotations and Residencies and Jobs, Oh My! Helping Your Students Decide What's NextThis continuing pharmacy education course provides tools and guidance to preceptors and mentors on how to help students navigate their next steps into the profession. Participate in this course to discuss advanced pharmacy practice experience selection, position application preparation, and residency recruitment; as well as how to have meaningful discussions with students on how to manage these stressful processes and decisions.Writing Letters of Recommendation that MatterIt’s a common scenario: an APPE student is applying to residency programs and asks you as a preceptor to write a letter of recommendation. How do you write a letter that stands out? This course offers practical strategies for writing a letter that is personalized and impactful. Hear tips on what to ask from the student requesting a letter as well as how to handle a situation where you don’t feel comfortable writing a letter of recommendation.Become a subscriber to our premium CE Service here!
Dec 1 2021
20 mins
An ASA a Day? Maybe Not.Incremental Change Leads to SuccessTaking Care of You (and Your Students!)
Burnout in healthcare is very real, now perhaps more than ever. And while giving back to the profession through precepting sounds noble, it can often be seen as just one more challenge on a long list. Tune into this episode to explore how to better balance work, life, and teaching in a way that is fulfilling for both you and your students.GuestJennifer Chang, PharmD, BCPSClinical Associate Professor | Director of Preceptor DevelopmentUniversity of Washington School of PharmacyGuest Experts:Caitlin Blomquist, M.Ed.Director of Advising and Student SuccessOffice of Professional Pharmacy EducationUW School of PharmacyTodd Winkler, PharmDClinical Assistant Professor, University of WashingtonClinical Pharmacist, Family Medicine Clinic and General Medicine at Swedish Medical Center (Cherry Hill) Want more education on this topic? Visit these courses at CEimpact.com!It's Time to Be Thriving: Starting with the Whole YouMany pharmacists are facing professional burnout due to increasing workload in practice and demands in their role as preceptors. Listen in to start transitioning your mindset from a survival mentality to experiencing a thriving pharmacy career by promoting a culture of well-being through precepting.Feeling the Burn? The Impact of Burnout in the Pharmacy ProfessionExplore the research on causes, risk factors, and prevention of burnout in order to be more effective in your work.Managing Time as a PreceptorDoes precepting take time? Sure it does. But students can also be a great asset and contribute in significant ways to practice site initiatives and improvements when provided the right amount of structure, guidance, and autonomy. AcknowledgementsSpecial thanks to the  Northwest Pharmacy Experiential Consortium, who helped conceive the concept for this podcast and assisted it in its launch. Collaboration is one of CEimpact’s core values, and we are grateful for their partnership.
Nov 24 2021
27 mins
Do Statins Exacerbate Diabetes Control?Why Serum Creatinine Makes a Difference
Nov 19 2021
11 mins
Socratic Questioning
Repost Episode: Teaching is hard. Learn the what, why, and how of the Socratic Method and how using this process may aid preceptors in understanding what a student truly knows - and where more focus needs to be placed. Help your students think better with Socratic questioning!Click here to download the Socratic Questioning handout! Pearl 1: Describe the Socratic MethodPearl 2: Identify reasons the Socratic Method is a useful precepting toolPearl 3: Implement the Socratic Method while precepting studentsGuests:Tracy Pettinger, PharmDClinical Associate ProfessorIdaho State UniversityLindsay Davis, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP, ASH-CHC, TTSProfessorMidwestern UniversityWant more education on this topic? Visit these courses at www.CEimpact.com:Learn to Teach in Practice: A Curriculum for the Clinician EducatorDo you want to advance your role as an educator in your practice setting? Learn to Teach in Practice provides a pathway to explore, describe, apply, analyze and reflect on the role of the pharmacist as an educator in the pharmacy profession.The Eleven Habits of Highly Effective PreceptorsWhy is self-assessment important for preceptors, and how does it improve teaching? The Habits of Preceptors Rubric was designed to provide a robust assessment of an individual preceptor's habits. This course offers an introduction to this rubric as well as guidance on completing a self-assessment exercise which will create an actionable, impactful plan for continuous preceptor development. Become a member today with our CEimpact Membership!
Nov 17 2021
27 mins
Fluvoxamine to Treat COVID-19?

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