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A Harm Reduction Approach to Overdose Prevention • UT Health SA Nursing • CPE Evaluation and Credit


 
 
A Harm Reduction Approach to Overdose Prevention
 
CPE Credit Notice!
This website is for processing of CPE credit for this activity which is housed with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing LIfelong Learning office.  This module contains no content.  You man only claim credit if you attended the program on August 31 in San Antonio, or viewed the content online.  Anyone who claims credit, but is not registered with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing LIfelong Learning office will have credit removed.
 
Activity Description:
Overdose is the leading cause of injury death among U.S. adults; surpassing deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes. Unfortunately, during the global COVID19 pandemic, these numbers have only continued to climb with a 42% increase in U.S. overdose deaths being reported in May of 2020. During this inter-professional Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention virtual training learn how to reduce stigma and harm, identify and respond to an overdose, and administer the life-saving medication-naloxone.
 
 
 

FACULTY

Lisa M. Cleveland PhD, APRN, CPNP, IBCLC, FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing @UT Health San Antonio, School of Nursing

DISCLOSURE: Dr. Cleveland has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.
 

Lucas G. Hill, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, Clinical Assistant Professor @The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy & Director, Pharmacy Addictions Research & Medicine (PhARM) Program

DISCLOSURE: Dr. Hill receives financial support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission via the Texas Targeted Opioid Response.
 

Claire Zagorski, MSc, LP, Program Coordinator and Harm Reduction Instructor, PhARM Director, Longhorn Stop the Bleed @College of Pharmacy , Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin

DISCLOSURE: Claire Zagorski receives financial support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission via the Texas Targeted Opioid Response.
 
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Describe the fundamentals of harm reduction
  • Discuss the historical and modern-day context surrounding drug use in the U.S.
  • Review drug overdose trends in the U.S. since 1999
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose and respond using naloxone
  • Prepare to educate your community about harm reduction and overdose prevention

CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION
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The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  This online activity is approved for 0.2 CEUs (2.00 contact hours) of continuing education credit. In order to receive 2.00 contact hour of CE credit, the participant must have completed the course through the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing CE system, completed surveys, register in this system, complete demographic survey information, and complete the online evaluation.   Please make sure NABP profile and date of birth (month/year) are correct under learner's profile in this system.
 

This project is funded by Texas Health & Human Services Texas Targeted Opioid Response.

Fee

$0.00

CE Hours

2.00

CE Units

0.200

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Co-Sponsor(s)

UT Austin College of Pharmacy Operation Naloxone

 

 

 

 
 
A Harm Reduction Approach to Overdose Prevention
 
CPE Credit Notice!
This website is for processing of CPE credit for this activity which is housed with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing LIfelong Learning office.  This module contains no content.  You man only claim credit if you attended the program on August 31 in San Antonio, or viewed the content online.  Anyone who claims credit, but is not registered with the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing LIfelong Learning office will have credit removed.
 
Activity Description:
Overdose is the leading cause of injury death among U.S. adults; surpassing deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes. Unfortunately, during the global COVID19 pandemic, these numbers have only continued to climb with a 42% increase in U.S. overdose deaths being reported in May of 2020. During this inter-professional Harm Reduction and Overdose Prevention virtual training learn how to reduce stigma and harm, identify and respond to an overdose, and administer the life-saving medication-naloxone.
 
 
 

FACULTY

Lisa M. Cleveland PhD, APRN, CPNP, IBCLC, FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing @UT Health San Antonio, School of Nursing

DISCLOSURE: Dr. Cleveland has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.
 

Lucas G. Hill, PharmD, BCPS, BCACP, Clinical Assistant Professor @The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy & Director, Pharmacy Addictions Research & Medicine (PhARM) Program

DISCLOSURE: Dr. Hill receives financial support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission via the Texas Targeted Opioid Response.
 

Claire Zagorski, MSc, LP, Program Coordinator and Harm Reduction Instructor, PhARM Director, Longhorn Stop the Bleed @College of Pharmacy , Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin

DISCLOSURE: Claire Zagorski receives financial support from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission via the Texas Targeted Opioid Response.
 
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Describe the fundamentals of harm reduction
  • Discuss the historical and modern-day context surrounding drug use in the U.S.
  • Review drug overdose trends in the U.S. since 1999
  • Recognize signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose and respond using naloxone
  • Prepare to educate your community about harm reduction and overdose prevention

CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION
ACPE Logo
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  This online activity is approved for 0.2 CEUs (2.00 contact hours) of continuing education credit. In order to receive 2.00 contact hour of CE credit, the participant must have completed the course through the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing CE system, completed surveys, register in this system, complete demographic survey information, and complete the online evaluation.   Please make sure NABP profile and date of birth (month/year) are correct under learner's profile in this system.
 

This project is funded by Texas Health & Human Services Texas Targeted Opioid Response.

Activity Number

0067-9999-20-150-H08-P/T

Release Date: Aug 31, 2020
Credit Expiration Date: Aug 31, 2022

CE Hours

2.00