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Nurse Practitioners of Central Pennsylvania

Fifth Annual Focus on Pharmacolgy

Posted over 4 years ago by Lori Norris

Hello members,

Please read this important announcement from Renee Orris, President of Nurse Practitioners of Central PA.

Thank you,

Lori Norris

Administrative Assistant

Fifth Annual
FOCUS ON PHARMACOLOGY

An Evidence-Based Practice Conference for Advanced Practice Clinicians

Sheraton
Harrisburg Hershey
4650 Lindle Road Harrisburg, PA 17111

Brochure

Credit
6.0 AMA PRA Category
1 Credit(s)TM

6.0 Contact Hours of
Pharmacology Education

6.5 Contact Hours of
Nursing Education
and Professional Development

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Join Us,
Saturday, April 12, 2014

Our primary audience is nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and advanced practice clinicians; however, the program content is relevant to the broader health-care community.

Registration is Open.

$169 per person
$99-NP/PA Students

Register Now!

Program Information
Choose One Topic in Each Concurrent Session

Keynotes
Appetite Suppressants and Managing Postoperative Weight Regain After Bariatric Surgery
More than a Gut Feeling: Pharmacologic Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Clostridium Difficile: A Pathogen that has Emerged
Concurrent Session 1
Sixty-Five Roses: The Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Patient
Correct Drug, Correct Dose and Correct Route:
What is the Correct Answer?
Outpatient Antibiotic Update
Concurrent Session 2
Pharmacologic Management of Office Pediatric
Dermatology Top 10 Inpatient Medications:
What You Need to Know
Adverse Dermatologic Drug Reactions
Concurrent Session 3
Treatment of Pediatric Rheumatic Diseases:
Juvenile Arthritis and the Exciting New World of Biologic Therapeutics
Use and Administration of Blood and Components
Treatment of AIDS-Related Complications in 2014

Upcoming CE Programs

February
February 22
Difficult Airway Course for Anesthesia Providers

February 28
San Antonio Breast Cancer/ASH Review Course

March
March 4,11,18, 25 & April 1
15th Annual Mini-Medical School

March 4,11,18 & 25
Social Work Educational Series Social Work

March 6-7
2014 Primary Care Across the Lifespan

March 8
10th Annual Public Forum: Reducing Cancer in our Community
7th Annual Gastroenterology and Hepatology Conference

March 20-21
Workshop on Estrogen Exposure & Metabolism

March 22
Robert B. Greer, III, MD--Lecture in Orthopaedics
HVI Primary Care Colloquium

March 31-April 4
Teaching with Simulation: An Instructor Course

April
April 3-4
21st Annual Neuroscience Conference

April 12
5th Annual Focus on Pharmacology
14th Annual Diabetes Symposium

April 15
Update on Chronic Kidney Disease

April 17
A Provider Update: Mechanical Circulatory Support

April 23
TOGETHER, Let's Promote Community Immunity!

April 25
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Update for Advanced

Full Event Calendar

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