GR-09/19/2018 REC

Contact Hours: 1.0

ACPE No: 0014-0000-18-052-H04-P

Activity Type: Knowledge Based

Release Date: October 19, 2018
Expiration Date: December 31, 2019

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity the participant should be able to:
1. Identify contemporary issues in pharmacy practice from information presented by pharmacy residents, preceptors and clinical faculty.
2. Compare and contrast published, peer reviewed research, research in progress, and special projects conducted to investigate problems and challenges in pharmacy practice and/or pharmaceutical sciences.
3. Describe current concepts related to the role of the pharmacist in health care, disease state management, new and existing drug therapies, or management of pharmacy practice.
4. Identify conditions in children which are commonly associated with sleep disorders.
5. Describe the most widely implemented pharmacotherapy for sleep in children.
6. Support the use of pharmaceutical approaches for sleep in children based on current published evidence.


Paul Bauman, Pharm.D.
PGY2 Pediatrics - Augusta

Paul completed his undergraduate and post-graduate pharmacy training at
the University of Georgia and the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, respectively. During his time in pharmacy school, he spent his third and fourth years on the Augusta satellite campus, where he had the opportunity to participate in learning activities and clinical rotations at the Augusta University Medical Center. It did not take long before Paul decided that he wanted to pursue residency training after pharmacy school. Paul completed his PGY1 training at Augusta University Medical Center and the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy residency program and is currently completing his PGY2 in pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.

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