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Accredited On-Demand Webinar | Recorded on June 24, 2024

Unblemished Record: Acne management in pharmacy practice

 

Accredited for 1.10 CEUs by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy. CCCEP #1329-2024-3831-I-P

Acne management requires a multifaceted approach to diagnosis and treatment. Join pharmacist Dr. Nardine Nakhla and dermatologist Dr. Marissa Joseph for an accredited webinar where they will review clinical diagnostic pearls, acne management guidelines, the importance of adjuvant skin care, and highlight pharmacists' scope of practice to support acne management.

Webinar Presenter(s): Dr. Nardine Nakhla, PharmD, RPh, and Dr. Marissa Joseph, MD, FRCPC (Pediatrics), FRCPC (Dermatology) 

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the pathophysiology, clinical features, and management guidelines of acne across all skin tones
  • Highlight the role of appropriate skincare in the management of acne across all skin tones
  • Review the pharmacist’s role in the assessment and management of acne

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Supported by educational funding from CeraVe-L'Oréal Dermatological Beauty.


 

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On-Demand Webinar | Recorded on March 27, 2024

Sniffle, Scratch, and Itch Solutions: Managing Allergy Presentations in Pharmacy Practice 

 

Allergies, allergic rhinitis, and urticaria are some of the most common conditions seen in pharmacy practice. With the evolving scope of practice to include an increasing number of minor ailments, pharmacist consultations for these conditions will occur more frequently in pharmacy practice. This highly practical webinar will review some common presentations for these conditions and what pharmacists can do to optimally manage these conditions. After this session, pharmacists should have the tools and the knowledge to better assess and care for these patients seen regularly in pharmacy practice.

Webinar Presenter: Mike Bolvin, RPh, CDE, CTH, CommPharm Consulting 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the symptoms and assessment of allergic rhinitis in pharmacy practice. 
  • Differentiate between the treatment options for people with allergic rhinitis. 
  • Discuss the identification and management of acute urticaria. 
  • Contrast the assessment and management in children compared to adults. 
  • Explain the relationship between common comorbidities and allergic rhinitis.

This program is an unaccredited learning activity and is available on our learning site, eCortex.ca. Must be logged in to CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca to access.

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Supported by educational funding from Kenvue


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On-Demand Webinar | Recorded on February 15, 2024

The threat of RSV in older adults

 

RSV is well-recognized as a predictable seasonal infection in infants, yet older adults including those with underlying comorbidities are at greater risk of severe outcomes from the virus. Greater awareness around the burden of RSV in older adults is needed to increase understanding and to address the unmet needs of this population.

At the end of this on-demand webinar, you will be able to:

  1. Describe the burden of RSV disease in the adult population and risk as related to age and underlying medical conditions Identify risk factors for severe complications of RSV and why older adults face a higher risk
  2. Understand new clinical evidence supporting RSV vaccination and current vaccine technologies to address age-related decline in immunity
  3. Apply best practices and tools for identifying adults at risk of serious outcomes from RSV in your practice
  4. Acquire strategies for implementing RSV vaccination into practice to optimize adult immunization

This program is an unaccredited learning activity and is available on our learning site, eCortex.ca. Must be logged in to CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca to access.

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Supported by educational funding from GSK


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Accredited On-Demand Webinar | Recorded on September 12, 2023

Maximizing influenza and other vaccines for older adults

 

Accredited for 1 CEUs by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy. CCCEP # 1329-2023-3680-L-P

In this continuing education program, you will navigate the growing number of recommended vaccines for older adults, with a focus on influenza. Upon successful completion, you will be better able to:

  1. Understand the changing epidemiology of influenza, disease burden in older adults, and vaccine cross-protection.
  2. Discuss the evidence of real-world effectiveness and global influenza guidelines.
  3. Explain the importance of the influenza vaccine in the context of other vaccines for older adults.
  4. Discuss the safety, efficacy, and practical considerations of co-administering vaccines.

Available on our learning site, eCortex.ca. Must be logged in to CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca to access.

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Supported by educational funding from CSL Seqirus


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