This session is online and participants will have the time frame to complete the 6 hour program.
November 11 - 23, 2021 (registration will close 11/8)
$95 - Non Monmouth Professional
$75 - MU Students, Alumni and Preceptors
Six (6) contact hours will be provided.
Program description: This innovative course provides an up-to-date overview of the pharmacology of controlled substances. It has been designed to meet the continuing education requirement for the prescriptive practice of the Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) in NJ. The presenters explore the challenges of responsible prescribing and will share the insight and knowledge gained from their nursing practice. The program is comprised of four modules which include audiovisual material, readings, case studies, narrated slides with valuable reference and resources.
Desired Learning outcome: The advanced practice nurse will apply the concepts learned in this course when prescribing controlled substances for their patients.
Topics will include: Pharmacodynamics of controlled substances, prevention/diminution of addictions in the general population, prevention and management of impaired practice among health professionals, as well as the use of controlled substances for the management of psychiatric, non-psychiatric and non-pain related conditions.
Dr. Rose Knapp, DNP, RN, APN-C, Associate Professor Monmouth University
Dr. Nicole Keegan, DNP, APN-C, Director Pain Management Services Monmouth Medical Center, Sole Proprietor of the Pain Relief Center of Central NJ.
Suzanne Kinkle, MSN, RN, CARN, Director of Business Development Recovery Management Systems, Florida
Preregistration is required and is limited (please register early). This is an online self-paced learner activity that requires computer and internet access. One or two days before the start date participants will receive program information, access dates and instructions on how to log into the course materials. Participants will have the entire time frame to complete the 6 hour program. The course may be completed in increments.
Criteria for successful completion of this program is the review of all self-study materials (6 hour - time will be monitored), earning a score of 90 or above on the 20 question post-test and completion of the program evaluation. A certificate will be emailed after the course ends, upon verification of successful completion.
Speakers, presenters and faculty members have declared that they have nothing to disclose. There is no commercial support for this activity.
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