Archived Educational Resources

archiveedresourcesAANP educational programs archived from the AANP CE Center, provided for continued informational value. The content of each of these activities has been reviewed and found to still be current and relevant to NP practice.

To Err is Human … Steps to Safer Prescribing

Archive Date: 9/13/2012

This is an audio presentation captured live at the AANP 22nd National Conference in Indianapolis. Also included is a printable handout of the power point presentation.


After completion of this activity the participant will be better able to:

  • Identify populations at highest risk for medication errors.
  • Discuss common errors in written and electronic prescriptions
  • Describe ways to avoid errors in a clinic pharmacy
  • List ways to avoid common prescribing errors

Faculty:

  • Amelie Hollier, MSN, RN, BC, FNP

Links to Content:

Handout

Audio

Partners in Self-Care: Achieving Optimal Therapeutic Outcomes with Oral Over-the-Counter Analgesics: Assessing Benefit Versus Risk

Archive Date: 9/13/2012

After reading this monograph, the nurse practitioner will be able to:
  • Discuss the use of over-the-counter (OTC) oral analgesic agents in adult and pediatric patients.
  • Identify the adverse effect profiles of OTC oral analgesic agents.
  • Compare the benefits versus risks of OTC oral analgesic agents in adult patients.
  • Identify appropriate candidates for self-treatment with OTC oral analgesic agents and recommend appropriate products.
  • Counsel adult patients and parents or caregivers of pediatric patients about the proper use of OTC oral analgesic agents.

Faculty:

  • Laima Karosas, PhD, APRN
  • Deborah Kiley, MN, FNP-C, FAANP
  • Maria Marzella Sulli, PharmD, CGP

This program is supported by educational grants from McNeil Consumer Healthcare.

  • Laima Karosas, PhD, APRN, has no relevant relationships to disclose.
  • Deborah Kiley, DNP, FNP-C, FAANP, has received financial support for participation in the Acute and Chronic Pain Roundtable, sponsored by Haymarket, through an educational grant from King Pharmaceuticals.
  • Maria Marzella Sulli, PharmD, CGP, has received a grant from Procter & Gamble and is a consultant to GlaxoSmithKline.
  • APhA's editorial staff has no relevant relationships to disclose.

Monograph

Soy and Health

Archive Date: 9/13/2012

The handout of this multimedia recording can be printed for reference and to take notes as you listen to the program recording.


After completion of this activity participants should be better able to:

  • Discuss the nutrients available in soy products.
  • Identify sources of soy and the nutritional value of various sources
  • Discuss ways in which soy products can be incorporated in diet
  • Discuss recommendations and supporting evidence regarding soy as relates to specific conditions

Faculty:

  • Joyce Knestrick PhD, CRNP, FAANP
  • Cindy Cooke MSN, NP-C, FAANP

Links to Content:

Audio

Presentation

Let’s Talk About Gout: Applying Effective Management Strategies Into the Age-Old Disease of Gout

Archive Date: 9/13/2012

The Current State of Care in Gout: Addressing the Need for Better Understanding of an Ancient Disease:  This CE activity is from a supplement to the November 2010 issue of the JAANP.

After completion of this activity participants should be better able to:

  • Manage the symptoms of gout with an appropriate long-term treatment strategy that addresses both the acute flare and the chronicity of gout
  • Initiate appropriate steps to sustained lowering of serum urate and improve adherence to treatment around a functional patient-clinician relationship
  • Incorporate broader aspects of gout disease management for the individual patient, such as treating comorbid conditions, updating medication regimens, and helping to establish beneficial changes to diet and lifestyle
  • Faculty:

  • Michael E. Zychowicz, DNP, ANP-C, FAANP
  • Richard S. Pope, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA

Article

Using U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendations and Resources to Improve Patient Care

Archive Date: 9/13/2012

Using U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendations and Resources to Improve Patient Care: The continuing education activity is an archived version of a free web conference presented on August 16, 2011

Upon completion learners should be able to:

  • Learn the mission, methods, and contributions of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
  • Learn how to access resources that can be utilized in clinical and educational settings to assist with the provision of preventive services
  • Learn how the inter-professional team can work together to increase patients' adherence to prevention recommendations

Faculty:

  • Richard Ricciardi, PhD, NP, FAANP
  • David Schulke, VP, Research Programs, Health Research & Educational Trust

Presentation

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