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Antibiotic Stewardship and Updates

September 24, 2021

Are you wondering what the latest is on prescribing antibiotics? This live webinar will provide answers. Nurse Practitioner Dr. Susan Feeney will review antibiotic stewardship and updates for primary care NPs. The presentation will highlight data, best practices, and evidence for helping guide patients in care.

Additionally, we are pleased to offer a CE-accredited Partner Program on the topic of Influenza and a non-CE case study presentation. Earn 2.0 CE contact hours!

Don’t miss this triple-feature webinar event. Participants will have the opportunity to engage and interact with the speakers and get answers through a Q&A session directly following each of the presentations.

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Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP-BC
Dr. Susan Feeney is an Assistant Professor at UMass Medical School Graduate School of Nursing and is the Director of Nurse Practitioner Tracks (AG-ACNP, AG-PCNP, FNP, PMHNP). She provided comprehensive primary care for over 22 years, practicing 10 of those years in an independent NP-owned practice, and she currently practices in College Health. Dr. Feeney has been an educator for over 20 years, dedicated to teaching, mentoring and supporting NP students. She is a Senior Faculty in Fitzgerald Health Education Associates teaching certification review courses and contributes to the PriMed’s Frankly Speaking Podcasts, focusing on evidenced-based primary care practice. Dr. Feeney speaks both regionally and nationally on many topics pertaining to primary care, including vaping, women’s health, antibiotic stewardship and lab interpretation. She has contributed to primary care and case study textbooks and authored several articles. Dr. Feeney served as Vice President (2014-2016) and President of NHNPA (2016-2018) and is an active member of MCNP.


Friday, September 24, 2021

PRODUCT THEATER: Case Study: A 51-year old Female with History of Crohn's Disease and Intestinal Resection

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

Sponsored non-CE

Join Us for a Diagnostic Challenge! A Virtual Case Study: A 51-Year-Old Female With a History of Crohn’s Disease and Intestinal Resection*

*This is a hypothetical case and not an actual patient.

Uncover the cause of the patient’s symptoms in this virtual case study and consider if this could apply to any patients you manage.

  • This program is sponsored by Takeda and speakers are paid consultants of Takeda.
  • This presentation is not a CME activity.
  • The information contained within this presentation is consistent with FDA guidelines.
  • This is a hypothetical case and patient

Sponsored by:  Takeda

NPACE WEBINAR: Antibiotic Stewardship and Updates

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

NPACE Webinar

In this presentation, nurse practitioner, Dr. Susan Feeney will review antibiotic stewardship and updates for primary care NPs. This presentation will highlight data, best practices, and evidence for helping guide patients in care. 

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VINDICO MEDICAL EDUCATION PARTNER PROGRAM: Influenza in the House: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prophylaxis

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

Sponsored CE

20 minutes
 – Diagnosing Flu Early to Improve Outcomes
 – Array of tests – evaluating sensitivity and specificity
 – Differentiating respiratory conditions with an eye on COVID
 – When to test versus treating without testing
25 minutes
 – Treating Influenza with an Eye On Efficacy and Use as Prophylaxis
 – Deciphering treatment options based on efficacy and safety
 – Comparison of baloxavir maroxil to NAIs regarding MOAs, viral resistance, reduction of duration of clinical illness, and cessation of viral shedding in normal patients and those at high risk for complications
 – Use of prophylaxis in those exposed to influenza
15 minutes
 – Post-test & Question/Answer

Sponsored by:  Vindico Medical Education



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Tuesday, September 7, 2021


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