Controlled Substances: Best Practices for Prescribers
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Online Course: Controlled Substances: Best Practices for Prescribers

 Export to Your Calendar 9/14/2020 to 9/14/2021
Where: Online Learning Designed for APRNs
United States
Presenter: Melinda C. Joyce, PharmD., FAPhA, FACHE
Contact: Suzanne Adams
859.230.8573


Online registration is available until: 9/14/2021
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Fees: $35 / Members

             $30 / Student and Retired Members

             $50 / Non-Members*

*Non-Members before purchasing your course you will need to join as a guest member. This is a free membership and only grants access to the online learning platform.  The Join/Renew link is located on the top menu.

 

 

Refund Policy: Non-refundable

Participants must complete the program within 30 days of purchase, in addition to the required signature, quiz and evaluation to receive contact hours.

Upon completion of registration and payment you will receive a link to your course in your purchase confirmation email.

 

 Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the CDC guidelines for appropriate use of opioid pain medications
  • Describe the red flags that may indicate a potential opioid abuse issue
  • Review the importance of KASPER reports
  • Evaluate the need for opioid stewardship

Overview:

  • In 2016, over 50 million U.S. adults experienced chronic pain
  • Chronic pain affects an estimated 30 to 40% of the U.S. population with as many as 8% of U.S. adults experiencing high-impact chronic pain
  • 90% of all diseases have some pain component
  • Up to 35 to 50% of patients with pain also suffer from depression
  • 50 million Americans take some kind of chronic pain medication
  • 25% of the decline in U.S. labor force participation is due to opioid overprescribing In 2016, over 50 million U.S. adults experienced chronic pain
  • Chronic pain affects an estimated 30 to 40% of the U.S. population with as many as 8% of U.S. adults experiencing high-impact chronic pain
  • 90% of all diseases have some pain component
  • Up to 35 to 50% of patients with pain also suffer from depression
  • 50 million Americans take some kind of chronic pain medication
  • 25% of the decline in U.S. labor force participation is due to opioid overprescribing
  • In 2016, over 50 million U.S. adults experienced chronic pain
  • Chronic pain affects an estimated 30 to 40% of the U.S. population with as many as 8% of U.S. adults experiencing high-impact chronic pain
  • 90% of all diseases have some pain component
  • Up to 35 to 50% of patients with pain also suffer from depression
  • 50 million Americans take some kind of chronic pain medication
  • 25% of the decline in U.S. labor force participation is due to opioid overprescribing

Credits: 1.5 KBN contact hours, of which 1.5 may be applied towards pharmacology and HB1.

Program Number: 1-0018-12-21-OL005

Duration: 75 minutes

Starting Program Date: September 14, 2020

Access: Available until September 14, 2021

 

Credit Statement:

This educational activity offers 1.5 KBN contact hours of CE, in which 1.5 may be applied towards pharmacology and HB1. KANPNM is accredited as a provider for the Kentucky Board of Nursing (provider # 1-0018). Expiration Date: December 31, 2021

Participants must complete the program within 30 days of purchase, in addition to your required signature, quiz and evaluation to receive CE credit.

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