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ANNOUNCEMENT: Our CE activities have moved to a new learning management system to better serve you. The login to the Online CE Center is https://web2.uconn.edu/pharmacyce/login.php.  

All current user registration information has been uploaded for your convenience. Current users do not need to register. To review your registration page to ensure the data is up to date or to register, go to https://web2.uconn.edu/pharmacyce/program_register.php.

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

Continuing Education

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.
CPE UPDATE. Diabetes mellitus: Pathophysiology, diagnosis, screening, and risk factorsCPE UPDATE July 1, 2015. Goal: To assist pharmacists in understanding the pathophysiology and risk factors of diabetes mellitus to help facilitate appropriate screening, diagnosis, and management.
CPE UPDATE. Insulin therapy for diabetes care managementCPE UPDATE JULY 1, 2015. Goal: To discuss the place in therapy, efficacy, adverse events, administration, and patient education for insulin therapy for the management of diabetes
CPE UPDATE. Oral antidiabetes agents and noninsulin injectables for diabetes careCPE UPDATE JULY 1 2015. Goal: To discuss current guidelines, clinical evidence, and available oral and noninsulin injectable medications used for the treatment of diabetes.
Continuing Education login linksDrug Topics readers and CE participants, To start off the new year, we are currently in the process of transitioning our website to a new system.