This online continuing education series will explore current developments regarding COVID-19 and examine the impact on patient care. Each module will look at a new hot topic and identify the key take away points about the latest data, helping pharmacists to translate the information into practice. The modules are delivered in 30 minutes or less and they may be completed individually/out of order to allow easier access for busy healthcare professionals. This series will support pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to navigate through COVID-19 by improving their understanding of the rapidly evolving data and how it applies to practice. Please note: although this information is useful to all healthcare practitioners, currently it is only accredited for pharmacy CE credit.
Bryson Duhon, PharmD, BCPS of The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy will present the COVID-19 updates. Dr. Duhon has authored and co-authored multiple publications and abstracts and he shares with learners his valuable and practical insight about interpretting data and literature. Dr. Duhon originally began posting COVID-19 discussions to help family and friends make sense of the ever-evolving data coming out in the news and quickly his distilled information has become a reliable resource for many. Dr. Duhon currently serves as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and Admissions at UT College of Pharmacy.
- Every other week a new module will be released (6 total modules). (Dates of release may vary based on availalbe data)
- Each module will consist of a brief video presentation ( < 30 min) and downloadable slides (optional).
- Modules will be added as content becomes availalbe. Participants may use this single registration for access to all modules as they are loaded. Please be sure to register only once, then log in for future modules.
- New modules will be added based on content release in order to provide up to day research reviews. Dates listed for release in the individual modules is subject to change.
- To earn CE credit for each module, participants must review the learning objectives, view the presentation video/handout, complete the brief post-test (no minimum grade required) and complete the online evaluation.
- CPE credit will be uploaded to participants' CPE Monitor profiles upon successful completion of each activity module (allow 14 days).
- NOTE: It is the pharmacist's responsibility to confirm CE credit was received by logging into their CPE Monitor profile and addressing any discrepancies within 60 days of completing the module by contacting UT Continuing Pharmacy Education (UT CPE cannot make CE corrections after the 60-day window).
- UT Continuing Pharmacy Education (UT CPE): UTpharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu
Bryson Duhon, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Dean for Student Success
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
Financial Disclosure: Dr. Duhon does not have any financial relationships to disclose.
Release Date: April 30, 2020
Expiration Date: April 30, 2021