Alumni Webinar Series
The Alumni Association is proud to offer a series of webinars covering topics that you may not have been taught in school or that have changed since you were in school. From pharmacy updates and guideline changes to tips on buying a home, being an effective leader or staying in shape, the Alumni Association will be featuring free webinars with field experts to help give you the latest information and answer your questions. Watch from your desktop computer, iPhone, iPad or watch the recording later.
Have an idea for a webinar topic? Contact Stephanie Mauzy at 314.446.8419.
The 2019 Worldwide Asthma Guidelines: A Brief Review
Tuesday, Sept. 24, 12 p.m. CDT
Join Sue Bollmeier, B.S. '99, Pharm.D. '01, professor of pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacist at South County Health Center, for a free, 20-minute webinar reviewing this year's worldwide asthma guidelines. At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: review the updated 2019 worldwide Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) guidelines; identify which patients are candidates for PRN ICS/LABA therapy; and briefly review available and emerging targeted therapies for severe asthma. This program is worth .5 CE credit for pharmacists and is free for alumni. Register now.
New Undergraduate Academic Programs
Ehren Bucholtz, Ph.D., director of undergraduate programs and associate professor of organic chemistry, reviews the College’s new undergraduate programs, which launched in August 2019. Recorded July 25, 2019.
2019 American Geriatrics Society Beers Criteria
Sarah (Tesoro) Fuchs, Pharm.D. '15, clinical pharmacist at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital in Columbia, Missouri, reviews the American Geriatrics Society Beers Criteria that was updated in January 2019. Pharmacists can earn .5 contact hours of knowledge-based CPE credit for participation in this activity through Friday, May 29, 2020 by logging into our CE portal. Alumni can email email@example.com to receive a code to participate in the CE program at no cost. Recorded May 29, 2019
2019 Guideline Update: Aspirin for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Kristine Reckenberg, Pharm.D. '18, PGY1 resident at St. Louis College of Pharmacy and Saint Louis County Department of Public Health, reviews the recent guideline updates for aspirin use for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Pharmacists can earn .5 contact hours of knowledge-based CPE credit for participation in this activity through Saturday, May 9, 2020 by logging into our CE portal. Alumni can email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a code to participate in the CE program at no cost. Recorded May 9, 2019
HIV Drug Therapy in 2019
Alexandria Wilson, B.S. '01, Pharm.D. '02, associate professor of pharmacy practice, reviews current and updated HIV drug therapies for 2019. Pharmacists can earn up to .5 contact hours of knowledge-based CPE credit for participation in this activity through Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019 by logging into our CE portal. Alumni can email email@example.com to receive a code to participate in the CE program at no cost. Recorded April 9, 2019
A Pharmacist's Approach to Holistic Care
Bryan McElderry, Pharm.D. ‘16, founder of Envision Health and a health and wellness consultant, discusses the importance of understanding the root cause of chronic diseases to instill effective lifestyle changes and better adherence in patients. This webinar is not eligible for CE credit. Recorded on Feb. 28, 2019.
A Better Shot at Vaccines: 2018 Immunization Update
Ana Simonyan, Pharm.D. '18, PGY-1 community pharmacy resident, provides information regarding the 2018 immunization schedule updates. Pharmacists can earn up to .5 contact hours of knowledge-based CPE credit for participation in this activity through Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019 by logging into our CE portal. Alumni can email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a code to participate in the CE program at no cost.
Recorded Nov. 15, 2018.
Missouri Pharmacy Regulations and Laws Update
Annie Eisenbeis, Pharm.D. '14, pharmacist and Missouri Pharmacy Association executive fellow, presents a Missouri Pharmacy Regulations and Laws Update. Recorded Oct. 25, 2018.
Presented by Elise Harvey, communications and programming coordinator, alumni relations. Recorded Aug. 9, 2018. Download our Instagram reference sheet.
Shingrix® Update for Pharmacists
Presented by Rebecca Nolen, Pharm.D. '14, BCPS, AAHIVP, clinical pharmacy specialist – infectious diseases at St. Mary’s Hospital in St. Louis. Recorded March 23, 2018.
Best Practices in Professional Communications
Presented by Jill Sellers B.S. '92, Pharm.D. '93, CEO and president of Sellers Communications. Recorded Dec 21, 2017.
Overview of CDC's 2017 Immunization Updates and Recommendations
Presented by Sara Lingow, Pharm.D. '16, PGY2 ambulatory care pharmacy resident. Recorded Nov. 7, 2017.
Using LinkedIn to Boost Your Job Search
Presented by Kathy Bernard, career coach and CEO of WiserU, LLC. Recorded 10/17/2018.
Effectively Using Your Google Drive
Presented by Student Government Association President and P3-student Paul Luebbers. Recorded 9/22/2017.
COPD: A review of what's new in the updated GOLD guidelines
Presented by Dr. Sue Bollmeier '99/'00, professor of pharmacy practice. Recorded on 5/26/2017.
A Paradigm Shift in Heart Failure
Presented by Dr. Zachary Stacy '02/'03, associate professor of pharmacy practice. Recorded on 3/21/2017.
2016-2017 Immunization Updates
Presented by Stephanie Crist '11, assistant professor of pharmacy practice. Recorded on 12/8/2016.
2016 Hepatitis C Medication Update
Presented by Abigail Yancey '02/'03, associate professors of pharmacy practice. Recorded on 9/9/2016.
Intro to Real Estate Investing
Presented by Stuart
2016 Diabetes Updates
Presented by Dr. Amie Brooks '99/'00, professor of pharmacy practice. Recorded on 5/20/2016.
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