Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Clinicians 2018


Focusing on the fundamentals of pharmacology and therapeutics together with the clinical application and management of the most widely used medications in primary care, a veteran pharmacologist, Alan P. Agins, PhD is joined by Jody Agins, MSN, RNP, FNP/GNP-BC and other expert clinicians to present this comprehensive course that examines the drugs most widely prescribed in family, pediatrics, geriatrics, OB/GYN/women’s health and internal medicine.

PHARMACOLOGY for ADVANCED PRACTICE CLINICIANS has been the go-to pharmacology course for more than 12,000 health providers over the past 24 years, especially those applying for and renewing their Prescriptive Authority and Board Certification. Currently, it is only available online on this website.

Up to 52.5 hours of pharmacology content presented by a noted teaching pharmacologist and experienced clinical faculty*

  • Presenting both didactic and case-based approaches to meet State requirements for Prescriptive Authority and Board Certification**
  • California BRN Schedule II Controlled Substances educational requirements.
  • Full-day Pediatric Pharmacology Preconference with content developed specifically for treating children in outpatient settings.
  • Questions and Answers discussion is included in each session

(*) Contemporary Forums OnDemand offers up 50 hours of pharmacology content.  The Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation (NPHF) will offer the remaining 2.5 credits through their continuing education program:  Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives – Update 2018

(**) To obtain Prescriptive Authority certification, education must be attended via the live conference.  Please check respective Board of Certification for requirements and qualification.

Topics/Speaker:

FRI130 Pain Management Strategies Clinical Application
FRI800a Stimulants
FRI800b Opioid Analgesics QandA
FRI1045a Legal Aspects of Prescribing
FRI1045b California BRN Schedule II
PC100 ADHD Anxiety and Depressio
PC315 Enuresis And UTI
PC345 Caring for the Baby
PC415 Pneumonia and Bronchiolitis
PC800 Current Diagnosis And Treatment of Asthma
PC900 Hypertension and Obesity
PC1045 Managing Abdominal Pain
SAT300 Respiratory Pharmacology A Case Study Approach
SAT800 Women s Health Drugs
SUN800 Cardiovascular Pharmacology (Part 2) A Case Study Approach
SUN1145 Review Self Assessment Post Test
THU100 Psychopharmacology (Continued)
THU800b Psychopharmacology And Neuropharmacology Dementia and Behaviors
TUE100 Cardiovascular Pharmacology (Part 1)
TUE800 Introduction The Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics (Including Drug Interactions)
WED100a Treating Infections Guidelines and Case Studies
WED100b Update on Vaccines
WED800 Infectious Disease Pharmacology

Release Date : Mar 12, 2018 ‐ Mar 18, 2018

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