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200-Hour Physician Course

Drug-Radiopharmaceutical Interactions


Program Description

This program will review some of the more common or more significant drug-radiopharmaceutical interactions.

This is a knowledge based activity for pharmacists.  Learning Objectives: 

1.  Describe common drug interactions with radiopharmaceuticals, including the mechanism and significance of the interactions.
 
2.  Describe how medications may alter the biodistribution of radiopharmaceuticals.

3.  Explain how drug-radiopharmaceutical interactions can impact patient care outcomes.

4.  Describe resources (websites, publications, etc) to aid identifying interactions.
 

Faculty

Nicki Hilliard, PharmD, BCNP
Professor of Nuclear Pharmacy
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Little Rock, AR
Dao Le, Pharm.D, BCNP
Assistant Professor of Nuclear Pharmacy
University of Arkanas for Medical Sciences
Little Rock, AR

CE Accreditation

Pharmacists:

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

 0004-0000-13-100-H01-P


This program provides pharmacy participants up to 2 contact hours

The program is provided at no cost to participants for a limited time. Statements of credit will be issued online upon successful completion of the post-test (> 70% correct).

Initial Release Date:  12/22/2013 / Expiration Date: 2/22/2016

Nuclear Medicine Technologists: 

Begin Date:  May 31, 2014 / Expiration Date:  May 31, 2015

Reference No.:  029062 / CA Scope R

Funding

This program is supported by an educational grant from Covidien, Inc.

Instructions

  1. Complete the Drug-Radiopharmaceutical Interactions online lesson
  2. For CE credit create an account in the Moodle learning management system   (you will receive an instant email with your login information), if not check your junk email box because the spam filters may have hijacked it)  Do not login as a guest.
  3. Go to the "Drug-Radiopharmaceutical Interactions" course in Moodle
  4. Complete the 20 question quiz in either the Pharmacists or Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section, accordingly
  5. Complete the program evaluation
  6. Print your ACPE or VOICE certificate
  7. For technical help contact neotechsupport@salud.unm.edu

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If you are interested in providing an educational grant for the development of continuing education, please contact via email Nicki Hilliard or 501-686-6398


Also available:  Current Practices in Renal Imaging

 

Interested in the development of a continuing education program?  Contact Nicki Hilliard at 501-686-6398

 

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