Find a variety of live educational activities presented by the University of Colorado and partner organizations
Back by Popular Demand! Get the Bottom Line on cardiovascular meds from CU Pharmacy experts -- Drs. Joe Saseen and Robert Page. Beginning Oct. 6, these live, interactive webinars will run the first Wednesday of the month and offer five one-hour presentations covering a variety of cardiovascular topics. If you can’t join live, all webinars will be recorded and available as home-study CE. Home-study access is included with registration.
Sign up for one webinar at $25 or all five for $100!
|Wednesday, October 6|
|ITS ALL ABOUT LOWERING LDL-C... |
Are new LDL-C lowering drugs really needed?
|Wednesday, November 3 |
|REALLY MORE MEDS.... |
Considerations for "Laying" the Pillars of Drug Therapy in the HFrEF Patient
|Wednesday, December 1 |
|THERES SOMETHING FISHY ABOUT THIS... |
Understanding which omega-3 fJoeatty acids provide long-term benefits in patients with high triglycerides?
|Wednesday, January 5 |
|THIS IS GETTING COMPLICATED... |
How data from cardiovascular outcomes trials with diabetes drugs have changed the treatment landscape.
|Wednesday, February 2 |
|GET THE SCOOP… |
The Latest and Greatest Recommendations for the Management of Heart Failure
Register for All 5 Webinars and SAVE $25 – LEARN MORE!
This conference is jointly provided by the University of Colorado College of Nursing Office of Continuing Nursing Education and the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Office of Continuing Education. This symposium focuses on updated diagnoses and treatments of infectious diseases. It includes didactic presentations with audience participation, small group lectures and case presentations. The goal of the course is to have participants leave with a skill set that will improve their clinical practice related to infectious diseases.
COVID-19: Race/Ethnicity and Infection Outcomes
C. difficile Treatment Updates
Updated antibiotic treatment duration recommendations in children and adults
Pneumococcal vaccine updates
Advanced practice nurses, RNs, pharmacists, PAs, physicians and allied health professionals
Join in person or via videoconference
Discounted Registration Ends: October 8, 2021
The annual Best Practice Pharmacotherapeutics in Primary Care conference is an interprofessional continuing education symposium for pharmacists, advanced practice nurses, physicians, and physician assistants.
The purpose of this virtual conference is to provide education focusing on key disease state updates and relevant current issues.
COVID: Planning for the Next Pandemic
Working the Frontlines of COVID
Telehealth and recognizing/treating depression
Vaccine Clinical Pearls: when the answer isn’t in the fine print
Migraines: Latest Medications
Hypertension: Updates and New Guidelines
Polypharmacy and the Care of Frail Seniors
Updates in New Medications
Pharmacotherapeutic content will include but is not limited to:
Join us in beautiful Breckenridge, Colorado for the 2nd Pharmacy SNOW (Strategies for New Opportunities Worldwide) Symposium. The symposium brings pharmacy practitioners and educators together to share best practices for novel pharmacy approaches to address global health disparities.
You are invited to participate in roundtable discussions, short oral presentations, poster presentations, and receptions that will provide numerous opportunities to network, collaborate and elevate international pharmacy practice. International experts will set the stage.