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PNP CE Package

PNP CE Package - 4



Contact Hours: 7.5 contact hours of Continuing Education (which includes 7.5 hours of pharmacology)

7.5 Contact Hours

90 days of access (renewable)

Printable handouts

5-item quiz

100% online

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

Asthma and Respiratory Illnesses in Children: Pharmacotherapy

The incidence of asthma increases every year in the United States, and pediatric treatment guidelines are intricate and must be tailored to each patient’s needs. This CE session will prepare you for any pediatric asthma case by providing you with the most up-to-date information on severity assessment and triggers, enabling you to provide the best stepwise pharmacologic care. Management guidelines for viral infections and pediatric pneumonias are discussed, as well as other care guidelines for patients with cystic fibrosis. After completing this session, you will be able to form smart diagnoses and execute the most efficient methods of care.

This presentation includes information on the following topics, in addition to asthma:

  • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and RSV prophylaxis
  • Influenza and immunization guidelines
  • Administration of long- and short-acting beta agonists for asthma management
  • Management of pharyngitis and sinusitis
  • Management of acute otitis media

Pharmacologic Management of Common Immune and Allergic Conditions in Children

Many pediatric immune and allergic conditions can be successfully managed through proper administration of pharmacologic agents. “Pharmacologic Management of Common Immune and Allergic Conditions in Children” takes a deep dive into the current medical knowledge and prescribing practices regarding these agents.

This presentation provides a refresher on the definition, cause, incidence, and presentation of several allergic or immune pediatric conditions and is specially designed to provide thorough, research- and practice-backed recommendations for each condition’s corresponding pharmacologic regimens. You will learn the ins and outs of stepwise treatment for asthma and be able to compare and contrast distinct drug regimens for a variety of other pediatric allergic or immune ailments. This session will also guide you through dosing and safety details, biological mechanisms of illness, special considerations for disease treatment, emerging guidelines, and more.

Pharmacologic regimens for the following conditions are included in this presentation:

  • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
  • Systemic lupus erythematosus
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Asthma

This CE Package includes:

  • Top Pediatric Prescriptions
  • Asthma and Respiratory Illnesses in Children: Pharmacotherapy
  • Pharmacologic Management of Common Immune and Allergic Conditions in Children

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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