UW School of Nursing

August 19, 2022

Adult/Geriatric Drug Therapy 2022 | All Modules

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On-Demand Program

Course Description

This on-demand program is designed as an adult and geriatric pharmacology update at the advanced practice level. Sessions focus on current recommendations and controversies regarding drug therapy for common adult and geriatric health issues and include appropriate pharmacotherapeutic principles and recommendations for patient and family education. Teaching methods include video, PDF handout and case analysis.

Target Audience

Advanced practice nurse practitioners, especially adult, geriatric and family nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurses, pharmacists and other interested healthcare professionals.

Objectives for Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this conference, participants will be better able to:

  1. Discuss updated information related to sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnoses and treatment in clinical settings.
  2. Examine the most up to date treatment guidelines for PASC
  3. Manage agitation symptoms related to dementia as the disease progresses
  4. Understand which medications to use and when in patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
  5. List potential interaction consideration with CGRP small molecules (gepants)
  6. Identify the most common dermatologic diseases in the geriatric age group.

Featured Topics

To register for only one or a few courses, click on the topic:
  1. STI Update: New CDC STI Guidelines and TreatmentsLisa Abel, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC, ARNP
  2. Post-Acute Sequela of COVID-19Christy Weiland, PharmD, BCPS & Jen Bohannan, MD, MS
  3. When Memory Begins to Slip: Diagnosis and Management of Dementia – Barak Gaster, MD, FCAP
  4. Diabetes Therapies: What’s New in 2022Savitha Subramanian, MD
  5. Migraine Update: All the New Gadgets and DrugsKate Kennedy, ARNP-BC
  6. Challenges of Prescribing for Older Adult Patients with Dermatologic ConditionsSarah Matthews, DNP, ARNP, FNP-BC