CE webinars

Join industry thought leaders and nationally-known speakers as they present timely topics to health care professionals around the country. Each online seminar begins at 1 p.m. ET, is approximately one hour long and is available at no charge.

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Non-adherence Focus on Transplantation
CCM (1.0), CEPTC (1.0), RN (1.0)
Transplant

In the general population non-adherence to prescribed medications adds an estimated $290 billion dollars to annual health care costs. In the transplant population, non-adherence may be the most important mediator of late acute rejection, acute mediated rejection and graft failure. This program will review the scope of the issue, factors influencing non-adherence and strategies to prevent non-adherence.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

A Seminar on HAE
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

This program will define LSDs, describe the process for diagnosing LSDs based upon individual enzyme deficiencies, symptoms associated with selected LSDs, and list common side effects associated with LSD treatments.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Cystic Fibrosis
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Anti-infectives

This program provides an overview of cystic fibrosis, including the systems primarily affected, potential manifestations of pancreatic/gastrointestinal involvement, preventive care measures, and the role of home infusion in treatment options.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Medicare Part B Reimbursement for Tube Feeding
CCM (1.0), RD (1.0), RN (1.0), SW (1.0)
Nutrition

This program reviews the Medicare Part B coverage criteria for home enteral nutrition. It reviews the classifications for payment of formulas, supplies and equipment used to administer enteral nutrition in the home. Required Medicare documentation is also outlined.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Lyme Disease
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Anti-infectives

This program defines Lyme disease, and reviews its incidence, risk factors for development, typical symptoms, challenges of diagnosis, common courses of treatment, and home infusion.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

A Seminar on Gene Therapy
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

This program will define gene therapy, describe gene therapy mechanism of action, goals, and risks of gene therapy. As well as review drug storage and administration requirements.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Overcoming Barriers to Discharge: Opportunities with Home Infusion Therapy
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0), SW (1.0)
Case management

This program identifies common problems that create challenging patient situations, and problems that can impede discharge. It covers strategies for early interventions, patient selection criteria, and key considerations for important home infusion therapies.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

A Seminar on Parkinson's Disease
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

This program will define Parkinson's Disease (PD), describe pathophysiology and epidemiology of  PD, symptoms associated with PD, and wearing "off" periods with disease progression. In addition this program will identify treatment options for PD.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

A Seminar on NASH
ACPE (1.0), CCM (1.0), RN (1.0)
Specialty

This program will distinguish non-alcoholic liver (NAFL) from nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and understand how to stage the disease. This program will also identify an approach to the evaluation of patients with suspected NASH that includes referral to hepatologists, demonstrate knowledge regarding the burden of NASH including comorbidity management.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started

Infection Resistance and Transmission
CCM (1.0), RN (1.0), SW (1.0)
Anti-infectives

This program provides indications and treatment considerations for some of the key resistant bacteria strains. It also covers standard and contact precautions, and the importance of hand hygiene in controlling the spread of bacteria.

Program: 2020 Continuing Education Webinars

Times: 1 - 2 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes

Event status: Not started