|Pediatric Medication Adherence|
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Educating Pharmacy Technicians for Success: Understanding Current Issues in Pediatric Medication Adherence
1 Contact Hours Or 0.1 CEU
Pharmacy Technician-Specific CE # CE A000183-01T
Presenter Ursula Chizhik, PharmD earned her Pharmacy Doctorate degree at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. She was a retail pharmacist for 11 years before making the switch to join the FLAVORx team 4 years ago. She is now the resident pharmacist and Director of Pharmacy Programs at FLAVORx Inc. Improving the child-parent-provider encounter to facilitate more positive medication experiences and subsequent positive health outcomes is her primary focus. Ursula lives in Maryland with her husband and 2 sons. She welcomes you to contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 1-800-884-5771 ext. 238.
1.Understand the common barriers to medication adherence and discuss implications of poor medication adherence.
2.Review the anatomy and physiology of taste and identify how taste can impact medication adherence.
3.Explain the importance of choice and patient preferences with regards to medication adherence and highlight how flavoring can improve the patient medication experience and ultimately increase .
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4. This CE is accredited by CES and accepted by PTCB and ExCPT. We suggest that each participant verify with individual State Board of Pharmacy for acceptance of continuing education accredited by CES.