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Speaker

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Nihal El Rouby

Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Admin Sciences

Kowalewski Hall

513-558-3784

Available Credits

A Primer on Pharmacogenetics (PGX) and PGX Implementation

UAN:  0050-0000-21-010-H01-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-03-01

Expires: 2022-03-01

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain some basic genetic terms
  2. Discuss pharmacogenetics of drug metabolism
  3. Review important pharmacogenetic resources
  4. Explain the CYP2D6-codeine gene drug pair as an example of clinical implementation of pharmacogenetics

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

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 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

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Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

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The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

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Emma Claire Palmer

Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Admin Sciences

371 Kowalewski Hall

513-558-3784

Dr. Palmer graduated from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy (MCPHS) in 2011 with a minor concentration in health psychology. During her education, she participated in multiple college activities including the completion of an undergraduate research fellowship for which she received a Research Scholar Award from MCPHS.

After graduation, Dr. Palmer completed a pharmacy practice residency at Lahey Clinic Medical Center in Burlington, MA. She participated in multiple inpatient and ambulatory services during her residency and completed a teaching certificate program provided by Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She continued on to complete a specialty residency in psychiatry through the Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Cleveland OH where she precepted students from multiple colleges of pharmacy in the area and provided weekly lectures to medical students on rotation from Case Western University School of Medicine in addition to clinical services provided to patients. Following residency, she worked as an assistant, then associate professor for Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SU COPHS).

She is currently an associate professor at the James L Winkle College of Pharmacy at University of Cincinnati.

Dr. Palmer currently holds an active license as an RPh in Massachusetts and Kentucky and is a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist and board certified psychiatric pharmacist.

Available Credits

Getting in the MOUD: Managing patients using Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

UAN:  0050-0000-20-039-H01-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2020-10-01

Expires: 2021-09-30

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify key guideline recommendations for management of opioid use disorder                          
  2. Compare and contrast medications for opioid use disorder                                 
  3. Describe the approach to managing patients presenting with opioid use disorder

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

Headshot of Brittany Woolf, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

Brittany Woolf, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

Internal Medicine/Diabetes Now Clinical Pharmacist Specialist, University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Available Credits

A Public Health Primer for the Pharmacist: How Social Determinants, Implicit Bias & Racism Affects Our Patients

UAN:  0050-0000-21-027-H04-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-05-17

Expires: 2022-05-17

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify social determinants of health.
  2. Define implicit bias.
  3. Compare concepts of equality vs equity vs justice.
  4. Describe health disparities.

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

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Elizabeth Suzanne Howell

Available Credits

Safety vs. Speed: COVID-19 Vaccine Development

UAN:  0050-0000-21-028-H06-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-05-17

Expires: 2022-05-17

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Classify the different types of vaccines including the pros and cons of each.
  2. Describe the accelerated development process for the COVID-19 vaccine candidates, otherwise known as Operation Warp Speed.
  3. Discuss phase III study results for mRNA-1273 and BNT162b2 vaccines and subsequent Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA.
  4. Discuss phase III interim results for the JNJ-78436725 vaccine.
  5. Identify current strategies regarding vaccine distribution, allocation, and education.

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

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Ana L. Hincapie

Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Hincapie Research

361 Kowalewski Hall

513-558-7808

Dr. Hincapie has an established background in medication safety and quality improvement in health care. In addition to her faculty position, she is the coordinator for ambulatory pharmacy resources for St. Elizabeth Physicians. She has co-authored two book chapters related to medication safety and quality improvement. She teaches in the following  programs:  Doctor of Pharmacy , Pharmacy Leadership, and PhD/MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences-Health Outcomes Track

Available Credits

Continuous Quality Improvement Regulations for Community Pharmacy Practice in the United States

UAN:  0050-0000-21-018-H03-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-05-17

Expires: 2022-05-17

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the elements of a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program to improve patient safety.
  2. Compare and Contrast CQI regulations for community pharmacy practice in the US as required by State Board of Pharmacies.

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

Headshot of Michael A. Hegener

Michael A. Hegener

Director, Wuest Family Pharmacy Practice Skills Center
Associate Professor
, Pharmacy Practice and Admin Sciences

273 Kowalewski Hall

513-558-7806

Dr. Hegener is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy and Director of the Wuest Family Pharmacy Practice Skills Center at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University Of Kentucky College Of Pharmacy in 2005 and completed a residency in pharmacy practice with an emphasis in community care at the University Of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College Of Pharmacy in 2006. 

In addition to directing the Skills Center, Dr. Hegener currently coordinates and teaches the Pharmaceutical Calculations and Pharmacy Jurisprudence courses at the college. He also serves as faculty advisor for the National Community Pharmacists Association at the College. 

He has received numerous awards for his teaching including the AACP Crystal APPLE Award, Rho Chi Faculty Excellence Award, and several First Professional Year Faculty Excellence Awards.

Research interests include the scholarship of teaching and learning, anticoagulation monitoring, and pharmacy history. These interests have resulted in grant funding, peer-reviewed manuscripts, and invited presentations. 

Available Credits

Spring 2021 Ohio Law Update and Review

UAN:  0050-0000-21-018-H03-P           

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-05-17

Expires: 2022-05-17

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain how to locate the most current COVID-related guidance provided by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.
  2. Recall the requirements for administering vaccinations during COVID.
  3. Discuss changes to Ohio's consult agreement rules.
  4. Summarize recent changes featured in the Ohio Board of Pharmacy outpatient inspection guide.

Fees

$15 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

Speaker

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Daniel David Arendt

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Pain Management & Opioid Stewardship, Pharmacy Practice and Admin Sciences

183 Kowalewski Hall

513-558-3784


Dr. Daniel Arendt (he/him) is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences with a focus in Pain Management and Opioid Stewardship at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy. Within the college of pharmacy, he teaches pain management within the Therapeutics IV course in the third pharmacy professional year. He additionally coordinates clinical skills labs focused on pain management and serves on the PharmD admissions committee and the faculty development and recognition committee. In addition to his roles within the college, Dr. Arendt serves as the pain stewardship clinical pharmacy specialist at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. As the pain stewardship pharmacist for UCMC, he serves as a chair of the pain stewardship committee for UC Health, where he works to develop a system-wide pain stewardship program to optimize the practice of pain management and reduce opioid-related adverse events within not only the UC health system, but the greater Cincinnati community.
 
Dr. Arendt, originally from Buffalo, NY, earned both his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Toledo. While in pharmacy school, he served on the Board of Trustees for the University and was involved in hiring Dr. Sharon Gaber, the first ever female president of the University of Toledo. After graduating from pharmacy school, Dr. Arendt completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency and a combined Internal Medicine / Academia PGY-2 Pharmacy Residency at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center and Northeast Ohio Medical University. 

Dr. Arendt continues to be involved within AACP, ASHP and ACCP nationally. He additionally serves as the director-elect of legislative affairs for the Ohio Society of Health System Pharmacists. Locally he is a member of the Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition, where he works to integrate the communities and universities response to the opioid overdose epidemic. He hopes to develop and study comprehensive strategies to limit the negative impacts of opioid use and combat the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health, all the while ensuring that pain patients have access to the proper medical that they need and deserve.

 

Available Credits

Pain & Prejudice: Inequity in the Opioid Epidemic

UAN:  0050-0000-21-002-H08-P

CEU:  1 hr

Activity-type:  Knowledge

Released: 2021-02-23

Expires: 2022-02-23

Pharmacist
Learning Objectives:

  1. Summarize the history of opioid use within the United States.
  2. Discuss how our national strategy to curb drug use has evolved from the 20th century to present day.
  3. Recognize how stigma, bias and systemic inequity continue to impact the treatment of both pain and addiction today.
  4. Identify strategies that improve the quality of care that patients receive.

Fees

$10 for Pharmacists

Link to Payment

Click to Pay

 **After payment, you will receive an order confirmation email with the link to LecturePanda® and access to the activity.  You will register and complete the activity through LecturePanda®**

LecturePanda Directions

Requirements

To receive credit, you must participate and complete all the steps found in the "Complete Credit Requirements" link provided by the registration confirmation email.  After following the link, these steps will include:

  • Watch the video in its entirety.
  • Confirming information provided on registration.
  • Claiming participation in applicable credits.
  • Completing all listed evaluations and quizzes.  A post-test with a score of 80% or higher is required.

Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.

Minimum System Requirements

Processor: 1 GHz

Hard Drive: 32 GB

Memory (RAM): 1 GB

Sound card w/speakers

Internet Access: 10 Mbps download

Supported Browsers

Latest Chrome Version

Lastest Firefox Version

Lastest Edge Version

Lastest Safari Version

Internet Explorer 11

ACPE Logo

The University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Credit requirements must be completed before the expiration date of the activity. Upon completion, credit will be transmitted electronically to the ACPE. All transmitted credit will be viewable in your CPE Monitor profile within 24 hours.  It is the participants’ responsibility to ensure credit is properly populating on their individual NABP eProfile account.  Please contact the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy Continuing Pharmacy Education Office at (513) 558-4716 or RxCPD@uc.edu with questions or concerns.

The Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education has a formal grievance process to address any problems related to this activity or its administration. (Effective January 2008)  Comments and/or concerns about this activity should be sent to the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, 3255 Eden Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45267-0004, Attention: Dr. Karissa Kim. Questions about Continuing Pharmacy Education credit may be forwarded to this address. The CPE Office can be reached at (513) 558-4716 or via email at RxCPD@UC.edu.

For more information, please contact the Office of Continuing Pharmacy Education.