PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATIONS PACKAGE - 12 CONTACT HOURS - YPT12

$39.95

Contact hours will be awarded until this package's expiration date of 9/15/2019.

Topics in this 12-hour package of CE courses for Pharmacists are related to psychiatric medications, including antipsychotics, anxiolytics, and antidepressants.

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Antidepressants, 2nd Edition - Y8000
The purpose of this course is to provide current, evidence-based information for pharmacists (RPhs) on the mechanisms of action, pharmac...

The purpose of this course is to provide current, evidence-based information for pharmacists (RPhs) on the mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics parameters, potential adverse events, adverse event management strategies, and special considerations affecting medication use and selection for medications used to treat depressive disorders. Although many medications used to treat depression have been around for several decades, new medications are constantly under development and it is important that healthcare professionals stay abreast of these new developments.

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Anxiolytics and Traditional Mood Stabilizers - Y8011
This course is designed for pharmacists in all settings. This course provides an overview of the psychiatric pharmacotherapy of anxiety ...

This course is designed for pharmacists in all settings. This course provides an overview of the psychiatric pharmacotherapy of anxiety disorders and bipolar disorder, as well as essential information on anxiolytic and mood stabilizer medications. Clinical pharmacology and pharmacokinetics are briefly discussed in order to explain the actions of the drugs, their effects on symptoms, their most common side effects, and their most serious adverse reactions. Interactions with other medications and potential for abuse of some drugs are also presented. Learners should be able to apply the material from this course to patient management and teaching scenarios.

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Differentiating Antipsychotics: An Overview of Properties Impacting Drug Selection - Y8009
This course provides current, evidence-based information on the mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters, ad...

This course provides current, evidence-based information on the mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters, adverse events, adverse event management strategies, clinical indications, and special considerations regarding antipsychotic use. Pharmacists practicing in all settings may encounter patients taking antipsychotic medications or be involved in initiating and/or monitoring treatment with antipsychotics.