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CE: Jackie & Jill talk about JAK inhibitors while caring for patients with rheumatic disease

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In this self-learning course, you will follow Jill, a pharmacist working in collaboration with rheumatologists for many years, and three rheumatology patients: Jackie, Jacqueline and Jack. Approved for 1.25 continuing education credits. CCCEP #1044-2023-3669-B-P.

Learning objectives:

  • Discuss practical considerations regarding the treatment monitoring and follow-up of patients treated with JAK Inhibitors  
  • Provide tools for pharmacists to help guide patients who are prescribed targeted-synthetic therapy, including safety and efficacy considerations
  • Describe the role of pharmacists in providing care to patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), and/or ankylosing spondylitis (AS) on JAK inhibitor therapy

Scientific committee:

Michael Boivin, pharmacist consultant, CME developer; Carolyn Whiskin, RPh BScPhm, NCMP, clinical pharmacist; and Dr. Caylib Durand, rheumatologist

This activity has received financial support from AbbVie Canada in the form of an educational grant.

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