This is a recording of an in-person presentation that was recorded for redistribution on 7/29/18 for the Skills On Point, LLC Outpatient Practitioner Skills Workshop in Hoffman Estates, IL.
Learn from the convenience of your computer or phone! Conquer all the complicated concepts of antimicrobial therapy made easy by expert clinical pharmacist Tom Maggio, PharmD, BCCCP and earn 2.0 ANCC-approved nursing contact hours including 2.0 Pharm CE.
Learn about a wide array of concepts of antimicrobial therapy including:
1) History of our modern antibiotics
2) Common pathogens and classifications
3) Testing used to isolate and evaluate antibiotic response
4) Interpretation of these tests
5) Different antibiotic classes and examples of each class
6) What antibiotic to choose for common indications
7) Duration of therapy for common indications
8) The future of antibiotic therapy and resistance trends
This course is a fantastic supplement to any pharmacology class curriculum, refresher for those in practice, or a new way to simplify complicated concepts. Tom moves at a comfortable pace and explains in simple terms all the above content with a smile and fantastic questions are raised from the in-person participants and included in the recording for your benefit.
The participant's purchase will provide a digital file with access instructions and password for entry to the online course, which can be watched repeatedly until comprehension is met.
The powerpoint presentation is embedded with narration and a digital .pdf file of the presentation is available for you to download and follow along with Tom's narration.
Even after watching the video and submitting the post-course evaluation, the participant will continue to have access to the presenation for reference!
Skills on Point, LLC is approved as a provider of continuing education by the Ohio Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91). All earned credit for this content expires 7/30/2020.
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