Nurse Practitioner: 2 Day Pharmacology Update
499.00
Early Bird 399.00
Live In-Person
Other
04/25/2023 9:00AM
04/26/2023 5:00PM EDT
Instructor: Wendy Wright
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2-Day Schedule: 8 AM – 4 PM (includes breaks)
Contact Hours: 12 (12 Rx)

Location: Chicago Marriott Schaumburg
50 N Martingale Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173
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Presenter: Dr. Wendy Wright

Dr. Wright presents recent pharmacology updates that you can immediately implement in your practice. Get the latest guidance on myriad important topics for your practice!

• New Drug Update 2022: What's Hot and What's Not
• Updates in Diabetes Care 2022: A Focus on Treatment Guidelines 
• Hypertension 2022: What's New in the Treatment Guidelines
• What's New with AHA/ACC Guidelines for the Management of Lipid Disorders?
• Immunization Update 2022: Latest in Adult Vaccine Recommendations
• Managing Insomnia in the Adult Patient: Latest Treatment Options
• Safe Prescribing in the Older Adult
• Drug-Drug Interactions and Safe Prescribing: Avoiding Errors to Prevent Medical Malpractice

2 Day Pharmacology Update - Chicago, IL

499.00
Early Bird 399.00
2-Day Schedule: 8 AM – 4 PM (includes breaks)
Contact Hours: 12 (12 Rx)

Location: Chicago Marriott Schaumburg
50 N Martingale Rd
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Discounted Hotel Room Block Booking Link
Presenter: Dr. Wendy Wright

Dr. Wright presents recent pharmacology updates that you can immediately implement in your practice. Get the latest guidance on myriad important topics for your practice!

• New Drug Update 2022: What's Hot and What's Not
• Updates in Diabetes Care 2022: A Focus on Treatment Guidelines 
• Hypertension 2022: What's New in the Treatment Guidelines
• What's New with AHA/ACC Guidelines for the Management of Lipid Disorders?
• Immunization Update 2022: Latest in Adult Vaccine Recommendations
• Managing Insomnia in the Adult Patient: Latest Treatment Options
• Safe Prescribing in the Older Adult
• Drug-Drug Interactions and Safe Prescribing: Avoiding Errors to Prevent Medical Malpractice