Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) “What Healthcare Workers Need to Know” AM Session Pharmacists

Goal

To provide continuing professional development for pharmacists.

Subject Description

Ebola

Learning Objectives

  1. Discuss in general the overall history of Ebola Virus Disease, and the challenge it has posed to the medical community
  2. Discuss specific challenges and barriers to prevent, diagnose and treat Ebola Virus Disease
  3. Describe effective strategies and approaches to prevent Ebola Virus Disease
  4. Describe effective approaches to diagnose and treat Ebola Virus Disease
  5. Describe emerging medical research on treatments and potential cures (if any) for Ebola Virus Disease
  6. Discuss evolving strategies to optimize PPE for laboratory personnel
  7. Describe testing that is available in a "point of care" setting
  8. List strategies to engage staff to be a member of the clinical care team
  9. Contrast hospital-based Ebola plans with regulatory agency recommendations
  10. Describe the status and role of a vaccine for the Ebola Virus
  11. Compare and contrast the clinical pharmacology among the experimental antiviral treatments such as ZMapp and brincidofovir.
  12. List potential agents to manage Ebola Virus-induced hemorrhagic fever such as recombinant Factor VIIa.
  13. Describe the role of supportive treatment for the Ebola Virus such as fluid replenishment, management of electrolyte disturbances, pain management, and antimicrobials for sepsis

Target Audience

This program has been developed for pharmacists working in the health-system and related pharmacy settings.

Activity Type

Knowledge

Authors / Speakers

Ross Wilson, MD, FRACP, FCICM
Senior Vice President, Corporate Chief Medical Officer Health and Hospitals Corporation, NYC

Susan Whittier, PhD ABMM
Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology and Cell Biology, Associate Director of Clinical Microbiology Service, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center

Henry Cohen, MS, PharmD, FCCM, BCPP, CGP
Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Long Island University; Chief Pharmacotherapy Officer, Director of Pharmacy, Residency Prgams (PGY-1 and PGY-2) Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center

Clinical Reviewers

Joseph Pinto, BS, MS
Heide Christiansen, PharmD
Jill Bleyl, CE Administrator

Additional Information

ACPE: 0134-9999-14-208-L01-P
Contact Hours: 3
CEUs: 0.3
: Dec 12, 2014
: Dec 12, 2017 at 12:00 am CT the day of
ACPE Renewal Pending

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education


NYSCHP

1199 Ebola Virus Disease December 12, 2014

New York State Council of Health-system Pharmacists

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