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COVID-19: Implications for Pharmacists

Webinar Friday, March 20, 2020


Developed by The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences & Colorado Pharmacists Society

Presentation slides, full page

Presentation slides, 6 per page


How to watch the recording and claim home-study CE credit

  • Navigate to ipharmCE.UCDenver.edu iPharmCE.
    (If you don’t have a profile, create one by entering your email and following the instructions on your screen. You will need to add your NABP number and date of birth to receive CPE. Be sure to indicate that you are a pharmacist or pharmacy technician).
  • Once logged in, under ‘Home Study Activities,’ select View All Programs
  • Scroll down and select the presentation title, COVID-19: Implications for Pharmacists.
  • Select Content and Assessment Questions
  • Watch the video, and answer the assessment questions. You must answer at least 4/5 questions correctly to receive CE.


How to claim CE credit for participating in the live webinar 

  • Navigate to ipharmCE.UCDenver.edu iPharmCE.
    (If you don’t have a profile, create one by entering your email and following the instructions on your screen. You will need to add your NABP number and date of birth to receive CPE. Be sure to indicate that you are a pharmacist or pharmacy technician).
  • Once logged in, select Complete Test/Eval.
  • Scroll down and select the group COVID19 Webinar.
  • Select the presentation title, COVID-19: Implications for Pharmacists.
  • Respond to the evaluation questions, and submit answers. Upon completion of the evaluation, iPharmCE will upload credit to NABP.

Presenters

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the unique clinical and epidemiological characteristics of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the spectrum of viral clinical illnesses and previous Coronavirus (SARS, MERS) and non-Coronavirus (influenza, common cold) related illnesses.
  • Describe the epidemiological impact of interventions to reduce spread of disease in the setting of limited healthcare resources.
  • Summarize common clinical presentations of COVID-19 compared to other cold and influenza related illnesses and describe who should receiving referral for testing.
  • Analyze emerging literature regarding potential treatment modalities for COVID-19
  • Devise potential roles for pharmacists and technicians in a variety of healthcare settings for the management of a COVID-19 pandemic.
  • List the steps the Colorado Pharmacists Society is taking to address COVID-19.
  • Describe how CPS is collaborating with other professional pharmacy organizations and state and federal agencies.

Accreditation

The University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education (CPE). This activity has been accredited for 1.0 contact hours of knowledge-based CPE for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. To receive CPE, participants must create a profile on ipharmCE.UCDenver.edu with their NABP eProfile ID number and birthdate, and complete the activity evaluation. CPE credit will be uploaded to CPE Monitor upon completion of the activity evaluation.​
UAN #0008-9999-20-014-L/H05-P/T
Release: 03/20/2020
Expiry: 03/20/2023




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