165 Pharmacists Attend Second Annual CE Springfest After Transition To Virtual Format
After transitioning the second annual Continuing Education Springfest to a fully virtual format, 165 pharmacists registered for four hours of live CE presented by Duquesne University School of Pharmacy and Highmark, Inc. residents.
"Our 'live' portion of the Springfest CE event was a huge success," said Amy Woods, Director of Continuing Pharmacy Education. "While we certainly missed seeing everyone in person, virtually seeing over 100 participants from near and far and connecting over outstanding programming offered by the pharmacy residents was an incredible experience. It was an amazing call-to-action from all involved to modify the event in shortorder to offer a live 'Zoom' educational program for Duquesne alumni, preceptors, and our pharmacy community!"
The CE presentations delivered live via Zoom included:
- Oncology for the PharmD without a BCOP
Eric Kinney, PharmD, BCPS (PGY2, Duquesne University & UPMC Mercy)
- Springing into Immunization Recommendations for Patients with Altered Immunocompetence
Kennedy Austin, PharmD, TTS (PGY1, Duquense University & Giant Eagle)
- Can You Take a Look at This?: Common Outpatient Dermatologic Disorders and What to Do About Them
Garrett Lambert, PharmD (PGY2, Duquesne University Center for Pharmacy Care)
- Management of Migraine-Associated Pain with Novel Preventative Agents
Lakyn Husinka, PharmD, TTS (PGY1, Duquesne University & AllianceRx Walgreens Prime)
The School of Pharmacy is now proud to offer four hours of home study CE free of charge through May 31. The courses include:
- Emerging Treatments for Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
Leslie Shumlas, PharmD (Highmark, Inc.)
- eCare Planning in Community Pharmacy
Alexandria Lacombe, PharmD (PGY1, Duquesne University & Klingensmith Pharmacy)
- Overview Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Katherine Purnell, PharmD (Highmark, Inc.)
- There's an App for That: Digital Health and Therapeutics
Amanda Shaver, PharmD, TTS (Duquesne University Center for Pharmacy Care)
For more information and to register for the home study CE courses, please visit duq.edu/springfest.
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