Safe Management of Dementia-Related Psychosis in Long-Term Care: Empowering Consultant Pharmacists (CPE Monograph)
In this monograph, experts discuss steps consultant pharmacists can take to ensure appropriate use of antipsychotics in persons with dementia-related psychosis. Key clinical trials and implications for practice are also examined.
Category
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
Format
  • Webcast
Credits
  • ACPE
IOP Management in Today's Practice: The Age of Outflow (CE Monograph)
This case-based program will focus on elucidating the role of nitric oxide in eyes with glaucoma, providing strategies to achieve target intraocular pressure levels with newer topical agents that home in on the trabecular meshwork, and interpreting clinically relevant data supporting the efficacy and safety of these new agents.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • COPE
Navigating New Approaches for Glaucoma Management: The Role of Nitric Oxide (CE Monograph)
This case-based program will focus on elucidating the role of nitric oxide in glaucomatous eyes, including treatment strategies that use nitric oxide’s mechanism of action on the trabecular meshwork to increase aqueous humor outflow and to achieve target intraocular pressure levels via new therapeutic options.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • COPE
Rethinking Outflow in Glaucoma: The Role of Nitric Oxide (CE Webcast)
This educational activity will help optometrists better understand the influences of nitric oxide on the trabecular meshwork and to integrate new therapy based on safety and efficacy in preventing glaucoma progression.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Webcast
Credits
  • COPE
Diagnosing and Managing EoE: Evolving Guidelines, Emerging Treatments (CME Monograph)
This educational activity presents current recommendations for EoE diagnosis and management, an overview of emerging therapies, and practical insights from experts for optimizing patient care.
Category
  • Gastroenterology
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
Preventing Vision-Threatening Complications of Diabetes: Improving Identification and Management (CE Monograph)
This educational activity will enable optometrists to better identify patients with diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema and to improve how care is coordinated so that effective treatment practices can ultimately improve visual outcomes of patients with diabetes.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • COPE
Identifying a Hidden Threat: The Optometrist's Role in Timely Diagnosis and Referral of Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (CE Webcast)
In this interprofessional webcast, experts in optometric and neurologic assessment and treatment of neuromyelitis spectrum disorder (NMOSD) discuss best practices in diagnosis and referral of patients with possible NMOSD as well as clinical data supporting 3 newly approved long-term suppressive treatments specifically targeting immunologic pathways altered by NMOSD autoantibodies.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Webcast
Credits
  • COPE
Modern and Collaborative Approaches to Dry Eye Disease Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management (CE Webcast)
This educational activity will update clinicians on diagnostic and treatment strategies for the management of DED as well as collaborative strategies that can better educate patients on their role in the successful management of their DED.
Category
  • Optometry
Format
  • Webcast
Credits
  • COPE
Ocular Surface Disease: An Unexpected Driver of Adverse Outcomes in Glaucoma (Online CME Monograph)
In this educational activity, a panel of glaucoma and ocular surface experts will review the relationship between OSD and glaucoma and the role of OSD on adherence to glaucoma therapy and provide strategies for successful assessment of patients with glaucoma.
Category
  • Ophthalmology
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
Tearing Up: New and Emerging Therapy With Tear Stimulation for Dry Eye Disease (Online CME Monograph)
In this educational activity, experts in dry eye disease (DED) present a review of natural tear production and its importance for ocular surface health, describe new and emerging tear stimulation treatments for DED, including data from pivotal trials, and share insights on therapeutic decision making based on real-world situations of patients with DED.
Category
  • Ophthalmology
Format
  • Monograph
Credits
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation

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