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CPPD Update 2022: Pharmacist Interventions to Improve Outcomes in Children

Nov 8, 2022 - Nov 16, 2024
1 credit


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Accredited: 1 CEU. Children represent a unique and complex population who utilize the health care system for a vast array of reasons. While medications are among the most common therapeutic interventions used to treat medical conditions for these patients, misunderstanding and confusion about medications can result in poorer outcomes and continued use of health services. Pharmacists are an accessible group of healthcare professionals to children and their caregivers who have concerns about medications. This presentation provides practical information for how pharmacists can improve health outcomes in this population.

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