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For a full list of courses, go to http://pharmacy.uconn.edu/academics/ce/drug-topics-and-uconn-ce

Continuing Education

Expanding vaccination rates through pharmacist-initiated patient identification and assessment
Expanding vaccination rates through pharmacist-initiated patient identification and assessmentThe goal of this activity is to educate pharmacists and pharmacy technicians about current vaccine recommendations so that they can identify adolescent and adult patients who may need vaccinations. Readers will also gain knowledge about where to obtain information about current vaccine recommendations.
The rundown: Management of acute and chronic diarrhea
The rundown: Management of acute and chronic diarrheaThe goal of this activity is to review the various risk factors, etiologies, and treatments of diarrhea as well as the pharmacist’s role in its management.
Keep your patient moving: An overview of treatment options for constipation
Keep your patient moving: An overview of treatment options for constipationThe role of new agents such as linaclotide, lubiprostone, methylnaltrexone, and naloxegol in treating chronic idiopathic constipation, irritable bowel syndrome with constipation, and opioid-induced constipation.
The expanding role of direct oral anticoagulants in the management of thromboembolic disease
The expanding role of direct oral anticoagulants in the management of thromboembolic diseaseThe goal of this program for pharmacists and technicians is to review the treatment of venous thromboembolism with the class of medications known as direct oral anticoagulants.
Part II: Law: Educating and empowering patients and caregivers: The pharmacist’s role in reducing the risk of opioid overdose
Part II: Law: Educating and empowering patients and caregivers: The pharmacist’s role in reducing the risk of opioid overdoseThe goal of this program is to provide knowledge and awareness of the safety, efficacy, and legal status of the opioid overdose antagonist naloxone as part of a comprehensive opioid overdose education for patients and caregivers.
Drug Topics CPE: Changing format to meet your needsYour feedback has resulted in exciting new offerings for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in 2016.
CPE UPDATE. Macrovascular and microvascular complications of diabetes mellitusCPE UPDATE. Goal: To assist pharmacists in recognizing significant complications associated with diabetes to help prevent the development or progression of complications and improve diabetes care.
CPE UPDATE. Psychosocial considerations in the management of diabetesCPE UPDATE JULY 1, 2015. Goal: To assist pharmacists in recognizing major barriers to treatment adherence and optimal diabetes control, including comorbid depression, in patients with diabetes; and understanding general management considerations in geriatric patients with diabetes.
CPE UPDATE. Drug-induced hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, nonprescription medications, and complementary and alternative medicine for diabetes careCPE UPDATE JULY 1, 2015. Goal: To assist pharmacists in identifying drug-induced causes of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia and to provide insight into the self-care considerations of patients with diabetes
CPE UPDATE. Medical nutrition therapy, physical activity, and health maintenance considerations for patients with diabetesCPE UPDATE July 1, 2015. Goal: To assist pharmacists on how to advise and educate patients with diabetes on medical nutrition therapy, physical activity, and health maintenance considerations.