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College of Pharmacy/Alumni Association


New Research and Implementation of Drug Interactions in Practice - Home Study Program for Pharmacists
Price: $25.00

New Research and Implementation of Drug Interactions in Practice - Home study program for Pharmacists

Originally broadcast live from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy

10/18/2017 Presented by: John Horn, PharmD, FCCP


2016 Law Update: From Legislation & Rulemaking to Practice Application; A Home Study Webinar for Pharmacists
Price: $30.00

2016 Law Update: From Legislation & Rulemaking to Practice Application

A Home Study LAW Webinar from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy

Original Broadcast: January 13th, 2016

 

Presented by Roger B. Fitzpatrick, R.Ph.


2018 Pharmacy Law Update: So What’s New? - a home study program for pharmacy technicians
Price: $15.00

2018 Pharmacy Law Update: So What’s New?

A Home Study Webinar for pharmacy technicians from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy.

Originally presented January 24, 2018 by Dr. Roger B. Fitzpatrick, R. Ph.


Opioid Crisis in Utah: The Naloxone Good Samaritan Law - Home Study Webinar for Pharmacists
Price: $10.00

Opioid Crisis in Utah: The Naloxone Good Samaritan Law Webinar

 

A Home Study Webinar for pharmacy technicians from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy

 

Originally presented November 5th 2016


Asthma & COPD Update 2018-Take a deep breath - a home study for pharmacists
Price: $25.00

Asthma & COPD Update 2018-Take a deep breath

A Home Study Webinar for pharmacists from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy.

Originally presented February 21, 2018 by Dr. Dave Young, PharmD


Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy - A Home Study Program for Pharmacy Technicians
Price: $15.00

Ethical Dilemmas in Pharmacotherapy – Communication and Conflict Resolution Skills for the Pharmacy Learner Continuum

 

Originally broadcast live at the Skaggs Auditorium

Wednesday January 11th 

 

Presented by Dr. Jim Ruble

 

2.0 CEU's of Law available

 

Program Description: 

 

Transition of the profession into provider status is expected to involve pharmacists in more frequent and more complex ethical dilemmas.  These dilemmas and resulting conflict may obstruct clinical care objectives.  Stakeholders in these dilemmas include patients, caregivers, health care interprofessionals, employers, reimbursement, and societal institutions.  During this session, pharmacy educators will be provided with skills and communication practices in conflict management and resolution, with particular focus on ethical dilemmas in patient care.