Staten Island, NY

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Date(s) - January 24,2021
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Staten Island Hampton Inn

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Dr. Daniel Hu, Pharm D., BCCCP

Washington State University adjunct professor

Daniel Hu has a Bachelor of Arts in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Doctor of Pharmacy. Following his Doctor of Pharmacy degree, he completed a fellowship with the US FDA Ofiice of Minority Health / University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K Inouye College of Pharmacy and an acute care PGY-1 residency at Providence St Peter Hospital. Dan specializes in critical care and emergency medicine with practice in trauma centers levels IV-II. He has multiple poster presentations, conference lectures, and academic peer-reviewed papers published in scholarly journals. He holds an adjunct position at Washington State University with previous experience with the University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K Inouye College of Pharmacy and PhD programs, and Pacific University College of Pharmacy.

FAKE IT TILL YOU MAKE IT: HOW THE PLACEBO EFFECT IMPACTS CLINICAL PRACTICE and THE MANAGEMENT OF TOXICOLOGIC EMERGENCIES

ACPE # 0043-9999-20-028-L01-P
Objectives:
1.  Compare and contrast the placebo and nocebo effects.
2.  Discuss explanatory mechanisms.
3.  Discuss pitfalls in clinical trial design of placebos.
4.  Describe the pharmacist’s role in regards to the placebo effect.
5.  Describe basic clinical pharmacokinetic principles in regards to toxicology.
6.  Recognize toxidrome of commonly seen pharmacologic overdoses.
7.  Interview patients who present with toxicologic emergencies.
8.  Describe reversal agents.
9.  Utilize appropriate resources to manage toxicological emergencies.

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5 hours of credit

$125.00

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