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Nova Southeastern University
College of Pharmacy
3200 S. University Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328

Jeanie Ross

Phone: 954-262-1328 or

Toll Free: 800-356-0026 Ext.21328


Medicinal & Healing Garden

Reflexology Path

Reflexology Path

Celebrity Infinity

Continuing Education Program

NSU goes to Alaska

NSU goes to ALASKA
July 3-10, 2016

Round trip from Vancouver

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NSU College of Pharmacy goes to ALASKA

Education @ Sea

Sunday, July 3rd - Sunday, July 10th, 2016

Alaska Hubbard Glacial Cruise

Vancouver - Icy Strait Point - Hubbard Glacier - Juneau - Ketchikan - Vancouver

Cruise for Credits: There will be an opportunity for NSU-Sponsored Continuing Pharmacy Education Credits.

You are invited to join us on a fantastic voyage to the “Last Frontier” aboard Celebrity Cruises-Celebrity Infinity,  arranged through Admiral Travel International. You will explore a labyrinth of fjords and bays where whales and sea lions find refuge during the summer months along with the great Hubbard Glacier, The Icy Straight and so much more. Pre and Post trips will be offered, contact us for details.

 8 Days/7 nights aboard the Celebrity Infinity
From $1079.00 per person, double occupancy

This Celebrity Cruise can be booked through:

Admiral Travel International


CE Program Schedule
Date & Time Event
Pharmacists Managing Patient Pain
Drug-Induced Nutrition Depletion
Gluten in Medication and Supplements
Proactive Controlled Substance Diversion Prevention
Faculty (Coming soon)

Pharmacist Managing Patient Pain - 1 Hour - 0092-0000-16-075-L04-P
Upon Completion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Describe pharmacist-led interventions in implementing a hospital baswed pain program.
  2. Recognize barriers to implementing new process.
  3. Discuss BOP response to patient barriers.

Drug-Induced Nutrition Depletion - 1 Hour - 0092-0000-16-076-L04-P
Upon Completion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. List the nutrients that may be depleted by long term use of some commonly prescribed medications.
  2. List the nutrients that may be depleted by long term use of over-the-counter medications.
  3. Identify lifestyle changes, particularly through diet, to help replace the nutrients that may be depleted.
  4. Name possible supplementation that will prossibly alliveate nutrient depletion.

Gluten in Medication and Supplements - 1 Hour - 0092-0000-16-077-l04-P
Upon Completion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Define Celiac Disease, its Etiology and Risk Facors
  2. List medications with gluten-containing exipients.
  3. Identify Patients with Celiac Disease, and monitoring of medications for safety and efficacy.
  4. Identify the role of the pharmacist in patient education for optimal management of Celiac Disease.
  5. Identify the Clinical Presentation of a patient with Celiac Disease.

Proactive Controlled Substance Diversion Prevention - 1 Hour - 0092-0000-16-078-L04-P
Upon Completion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Define controlled substance (CS) diversion.
  2. Gain a better understanding of potential diverters.
  3. Review practices and tools which may reduce CS diversion.
  4. Provide examples of policies to support diversion prevention practices.
  5. Develope a team approach to proactive diversion.
  6. Present controlled substance diversion cases.

Nova Southeastern University's Continuing Education program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. 135 S LaSalle Street, Suite 2500, Chicago, IL 60602-5109, 312-664-3575, FAX, 312-664-4652, website
The College of Pharmacy is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

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