Lifelong Learning for Healthcare Professionals


Live Online Events

2022 CNU Preceptors' Conference
Virtual online event for Pharmacists and Physicians
Date: Saturday, January 29, 2022 - 8:45AM to 12:00PM
CE Info: 3 live hours of CE instruction/earn up to 0.3 CPE and 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit (tm) CME
No registration fee. Deadline to register is 01/28/22 - 9PM.

Registration


Zoom access is provided after registration

2022 CNU Preceptors' Conference Invitation and Itinerary

Speaker: Peter Tenerelli, PharmBS, PharmD, EMP, CNU-COP
Topic: Professional Identity Formation - Journey to a Sustainable Healthcare Professional
CE info: 0.1 CPE and 1 AMA PRA Category 1 (tm) CME

Speaker: Jeffrey Nehira, PharmD, CNU-COP
Topic: The Pharmacist's Patient Care Process and S.O.A.P. Notes
CE info: 0.1 CPE

Speaker: Anhao Sam, MS, PharmD, RPh, Kaiser Permanente
Speaker: Jeffrey Nehira, PharmD, CNU-COP
Topic: Activities and Project Ideas for Pharmacy Students in the Hospital Setting
CE info: 0.1 CPE


The Pharmacist’s Role and Contributions in a Public Health Crisis – Capital Leadership Forum, CNU College of Pharmacy
Date: August 17, 2021 – 6PM to 7:30PM (Completed)
CEs offered: 0.15 CPE for Pharmacists
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The Role of Psychologists in a Medical Setting
Date: September 23, 2021 – 12PM to 1PM
CEs offered: 1 CE for Psychologists and 1 AMA PRA Category 1 ™ CME for Physicians
Additional Details Flyer Registration


Navigating Clinician Bias to Maximize Patient Health Outcomes
Date: November 20, 2021 - 9AM to 12PM (Pacific Time)(Completed)
Venue: Zoom access provided after registration. No registration fee.

At this event, we will:

  • Examine what healthcare diversity, equity and inclusion issues look like in the Sacramento region.
  • Study and discuss a virtual patient case in an inter-professional context.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify clinician bias and stereotyping
  • Demonstrate strategies to address and reduce bias
  • Use reflective practices in patient care

Online Home Study CE Activities (On Demand)

CNU home study CE activities are knowledge-based courses based upon previously recorded live-online presentations. These activities involve the following steps:

Step 1: Review Course Information, Accreditations and Complete the Pre-Activity Test
Step 2: Watch the video presentation.
Step 3: Take the Post-Activity Test and Course Evaluation

After completing Step 3 you will be notified within 14 -20 days how to claim your CEs or you will receive your notice of completion.

CNU Online CE Home Studies Catalog

Faculty Scholarly Events


For more information, contact:
Joanna Jullien
Director of Continuing Education Programs
Joanna.Jullien@cnsu.edu
916-686-7891