Millstone Township, NJ (PRWEB) March 4, 2011
Pharmacy Learning Network® (PLN), dedicated to continuing professional development for hospital pharmacists, announces that educational programming for 2011 will include sessions in Diabetes, REMS/Medication Errors, ACS, Cardiovascular Risk, Hemostasis, CKD-related Anemia, MRSA/Antibiotic Stewardship, VTE in Oncology, Pharmacy Law, Pain Management, Melanoma, and a Hot Topics session comprised of late-breaking issues.
PLN®, a division of North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC (NACCME), is the leading provider of current, quality, learner-driven, hospital pharmacy education, through its series of one- and two-day live educational conferences. Expert faculty lead a mix of therapeutically-driven and practice-based sessions across an array of clinical areas.
PLN® cities for 2011 will include Phoenix, Houston, Boston, Atlanta, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. Visit http://www.pharmacylearningnetwork.com for registration, exhibitor/sponsorship information, and educational grant support details.
About Pharmacy Learning Network®: PLN® (http://www.pharmacylearningnetwork.com) is the only national continuing education platform dedicated to live, local learning for hospital pharmacists. In addition to web-based activities, our regional, one- and two-day meetings provide pharmacists with curriculum specific to their needs and interests. Attendees obtain up to 7 contact hours (13 for two-day meetings) of continuing education credit on topics that include diabetes, cardiology, pain management, oncology, and antibiotic stewardship.
About NACCME: North American Center for Continuing Medical Education (http://www.naccme.com), an HMP Communications Holdings Company, provides the highest quality CME/CE across medical disciplines and therapeutic areas. In conjunction with top medical faculty, NACCME develops evidence-based initiatives that target specific educational needs, assisting healthcare professionals in improving patient outcomes by bridging the gap between current and best healthcare practices.
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