Realize, React, and Reverse: Emergency Naloxone Administration in the Community

For Pharmacy Technicians

Contact Hours: 1.0

ACPE No: 0014-0000-16-039-H01-T

Activity Type: Knowledge Based

Release Date: June 15, 2016
Expiration Date: June 15, 2018

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity the participant should be able to:
1. Identify measures that have been taken to combat the opioid epidemic in the United States
2. Recognize signs and symptoms of opioid dependence and overdose
3. Explain how naloxone can be used acutely in an overdose
4. List example situations of when to alert the pharmacist of a potential overdose.

Faculty:

Brittany Thompson
Pharm. D. Candidate, Class of 2017
University of Georgia
College of Pharmacy

Brittany Thompson is a fourth-year pharmacy student graduating from the University of Georgia in May 2017. This CE presentation was developed during her administration rotation under the guidance of Trina von Waldner, PharmD. Brittany’s interests include infectious diseases and community health outreach. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, playing racquetball, and cheering the Dawgs to victory on Saturdays in Athens.

Computer Requirements for Online Courses
PC


MAC


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