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Pharmacology Update: What’s New for Women in Primary Care Practice
This continuing education session will allow you to discuss changes in current medications prescribed for women in primary care, distinguish pertinent pharmacokinetics for current medications used in the primary care of women and interpret clinical applications for current medications used in the primary care of women.
The CE session video will be available on this web page until October 12, 2018. All FNU alumni, students, faculty, preceptors, and friends are invited to participate in this CE session. The continuing education activity has been approved by AANP for 3.0 Pharmacology CE units. (Program ID#16102372)
Once you have viewed the session, you must complete the post-test and evaluation at the link below in order to receive credit for your contact hours. If you have questions about completion of the activity or the form provided below, please contact Angela.Bailey@frontier.edu.
Dr. Todd Carter is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice with the Appalachian College of Pharmacy and has been with the college since the Fall of 2008.
Dr. Carter is a native of Hazard, KY and graduated with a doctorate degree in pharmacy from the University of Kentucky in 2000. He has practical work experience in retail pharmacy, both large chain and small independent, as well as outpatient, ambulatory care pharmacy. Dr. Carter has worked to serve the Appalachian population both in Southeastern Kentucky as well as Southeastern Virginia. A majority of his efforts focus on diabetes care providing; medication, education, ABI screenings, diabetic foot exams and diabetic shoes.
In his spare time Dr. Carter enjoys spending time with his wife Davida, their daughter Haley, and their puppies Coco and Kisses. He also enjoys riding his motorcycle around our beautiful mountains and around the country and donating time to local and national charities.
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FREE clinical education session through the
American College of Nurse Midwives (ACNM)
This continuing education activity has been approved by ACNM for 1.0 continuing education units (CEUs) (10 contact hours) and will be available online through December 2017.
Articles included in this CEU activity. (You may find more details here.)
Midwifing the Student: Creating an Effective Learning Environment
Precepting 101: Teaching Strategies and Tips for Success for Preceptors
Collaborative and Bidirectional Feedback Between Students and Clinical Preceptors: Promoting Effective Communication Skills on Health Care Teams
Identifying and Addressing Problems for Student Progression in Midwifery Clinical Education
Precepting Challenge: Helping the Student Attain the Affective Skills of a Good Midwife
Instructions to access the CEU activity:
Please visit the JMWH CEU site; on the upper right-hand side of the screen, create or login with your JMWH CEU account information. Once you are logged into the JMWH CEU page, click on “Clinical Education” activity.
You will then be automatically re-directed to a payment screen. Here, click on “Use a Discount Code,” and enter the following code: JMWHFRONT
Proceed with the activity by clicking on the tabs in order from left to right (Activity Overview, Activity Material, Assessment, Evaluation, and Certificate).
We hope you enjoy this complimentary CEU that is offered through ACNM.