October 2017: Tip of the Month - The Last Toolbar in MS Office!

November 9, 2017

In previous versions of MS Office, i.e., 2003 and older; toolbars were an essential part of the software.  There were at least half a dozen different toolbars that each contained specific commands.  With the advent of Office 2007 (the next generation of MS Office) ribbons replaced toolbars.  Today, only one toolbar remains.  This video teaches you how to customize it!

Presented by:
Anthony M. Magno
Division Vice President, Education & Training, CPS

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September 2017 Tip of the Month

November 8, 2017

This months tip will help users of MS Outlook 2010 or above; creating an out of office message has changed since the days of Office 2003. 

Watch this video podcast to learn how to do this the right way!

Presented by:
Anthony M. Magno
Division Vice President, Education & Training, CPS

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August 2017 Tip of the Month: MS Word Keyboard Shortcuts

November 7, 2017

Large documents in MS Word can be difficult to navigate.

This months tip will teach you how to quickly move to any part of your document using the F5 function key along with hyperlink creation and other power tips!

Presented by:
Anthony M. Magno
Division Vice President, Education & Training, CPS

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Patients with Pain & Addiction

October 6, 2017

This podcast discusses how to treat patients with pain who have a prior history of addiction.  Just because they’re addicts, doesn’t mean they don’t have pain too

Presenter:
Kathrine Sowa
Resident Pharmacist
Lafayette General Medical Center

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July 2017 Tip of the Month: Excel Spreadsheet Power Tips

July 12, 2017

Learn how to quickly format an entire workbook with a single mouse click and to adjust multiple column widths simultaneously!

Presenter:
Anthony M. Magno
Division Vice President, Education & Training, CPS

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The Codeine Conundrum: Mapping the Safety Story

July 7, 2017

In April 2017, the FDA strengthened warnings and contraindications around codeine- and tramadol-containing products as a result of a review of adverse events from 1969 to May 2015.  This podcast reviews details of these warnings and contraindications.

Presenters:
Rabiah Dys, PharmD
Division Vice President
Clinical Program Development, CPS

Valerie Sheehan, PharmD
Director, Clinical Program Development, CPS

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USP 800: Physical Plant Requirements and Strategies

June 15, 2017

CPS compliance specialists will discuss various issues around compounding of hazardous drugs and the physical plant challenges that are presented with this activity.

Presented by:

Chris Beebe, RPh, MBA
Division Vice President, Medication Safety

Robert Sobolik, R.Ph., MSM
Director of Compliance and Regulatory Services

 

 

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June 2017 Tip of the Month: Edge an Exciting New Internet Browser

June 13, 2017

Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox now face a new competitor - MS Edge!

This podcast focuses on a some of the new annotation tools that will enable you to mark up any webpage you visit and share it with others!

Presenter:
Anthony M. Magno
Division Vice President, Education & Training
Comprehensive Pharmacy Services

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Antimicrobial Stewardship and the Role of Nursing

June 1, 2017

Up to 50% of antibiotics are prescribed inappropriately, and this overuse is rapidly accelerating resistance, leading to increased mortality and morbidity in patients. 

Antimicrobial stewardship is a coordinated intervention to reduce the use of unnecessary antibiotics and improve patient outcomes. At the center of patient care, nurses have tremendous influence in the success of such programs. 

This podcast will cover effective elements of antimicrobial stewardship as well as practical strategies for nurses.

Presenter:
Davey Legendre, Pharm.D., MBA, BCPS-AQID
Regional Vice President Clinical - Infectious Diseases

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The Ever Growing Importance of Admission Medication Reconciliations

May 24, 2017

As patients see more doctors with various specilities, it is critical that all members of the healthcare team understand what medications the patient is taking. Admission medication reconciliations help the healthcare team understand what medications the patient should be taking as well as how the patient is actually taking their prescriptions. Proper understanding of a patient's prescribed medications, OTC products, and herbal supplements help create a continuation of care and ensure proper monitoring of drug/drug interactions and compliance.

Presenters:

Jeff Lackman, RPh
Divisional President
CPS Telepharmacy -  Rx Remote Solutions - Rx Transition

Aalap Modi, PharmD
Clinical Pharmacist
CPS Telepharmacy - Rx Transitions of Care

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