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FNP CE Package

FNP CE Package - 4



Contact Hours: 5.75 contact hours of Continuing Education (which includes 5.75 hours of pharmacology)

5.75 Contact Hours

90 days of access (renewable)

Printable handouts

5-item quiz

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Top Pediatric Prescriptions

Children between the ages of 1 and 12 years metabolize medications in a manner distinct from adults. As such, there are a number of anatomical and physiological factors that the nurse practitioner must take into account in order to safely prescribe and administer medications in the pediatric population.

“Top Pediatric Medications” will aid the nurse practitioner in making pediatric pharmacology decisions with increased confidence. The presentation begins with an overview of concepts pertinent to pediatric medications, including a discussion of factors unique to pediatric pharmacology and the top 20 drugs prescribed for children. It then defines common pediatric conditions and provides detailed information on the treatment plans and medications available for those conditions, including signs and symptoms that warrant specific regimens, age-specific dosage information, first-line choices and alternatives, resistance and recurrence issues, and more. This session also contains a detailed discussion of pediatric pain medications.

Use this session to boost your knowledge, and keep it in your archives as a reference tool for your practice. The pediatric treatment regimens for the following conditions are covered:

  • Ear infections
  • Asthma
  • Depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Psychosis

Respiratory Pharmacology

Knowing a medication’s indication, mode of action, and adverse effects is critical in the practice of respiratory pharmacology. This session identifies the safest dosing methods for the most effective medications used in the prevention and treatment of COPD and other chronic respiratory conditions. Participation in this CE offering will help you to refine your understanding of the most recent Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease guidelines when treating patients with COPD.

Asthma and allergic rhinitis are included in this presentation and explored through their distinct etiologies to further your critical thinking skills when developing effective care plans for your patients. The classification of asthma severity is presented and positioned along with stepwise approach guidelines, giving you the most comprehensive resource in the management of patients with asthma.

Drugs for Bacterial Infections

Antibacterial agents are powerful tools, and it is important to use them with precision. This advanced session provides an in-depth discussion of the most appropriate drugs to prescribe for bacterial infections, allowing you to confidently navigate this complex area of pharmacology. The talk begins with a discussion of bacterial pathogenicity and virulence, and the science behind anti-infectious agents is reviewed. Next, the session delves into detailed discussion of specific antibiotic drugs.

This CE offering includes information on the following topics:

  • Natural penicillins, anti-Staphylococcal, anti-Pseudomonal, and aminopenicillins
  • First- through fifth-generation cephalosporins
  • Antibiotic treatment and prophylaxis for tuberculosis
  • Urinary antiseptics, tetracyclines, and 17 other commonly prescribed antibiotics

This CE Package includes:

  • Top Pediatric Prescriptions
  • Drugs for Bacterial Infections
  • Respiratory Pharmacology

Each pharmacology lecture includes the lecture videos, lecture handouts (available to download and print), timed 5-question quizzes, and a printable CE certificate per lecture. After your registration to the package, you will be able to access your course materials immediately, for one month, within your Barkley & Associates account.

How to use your CE/Pharmacology:

  1. Once you sign into your account, you will find this course under Account, then select Courses. Simply watch each of the CE lecture videos in the Courses tab within your Barkley & Associates’ account.
  2. Once you are confident with the material you have learned, you will then proceed to the corresponding 5-question quiz where you will have a total of 3 attempts to pass the quiz. Please note that you must successfully pass the quiz in order to receive your CE credits for this course.
  3. Complete your CE Evaluation upon completion of the course, and you will then be able to download and/or print your certificate.

Refunds are not allowed on any of Barkley & Associates’ products.

What Makes
Our CE
"Simply the Best!"

Features concise up-to-date lectures with full slideshows

Lecture handouts (available to download and print)

One month to complete from time of purchase.

Fast forward/rewind capability so you can be sure to master the material

Full screen capability; perfect for tablet users

Access on your computer immediately!

Portable: Carry with you on your smartphone or laptop

Obtain needed CE and pharmacology contact hours

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