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Pharmacology CME for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants, In-Person and Online

We know that earning CME is a fact of professional life for physicians, physician assistants (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and registered nurses (RNs), but that doesn’t mean it needs to feel like work! At Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts, we make earning CME fun – whether you choose to go to an in-person CME Conference at any of our destination locations, or if you choose to earn CME online, at your pace and from anywhere in the world.

We also know that earning CME can take some time; after all, Nurse Practitioners (NPs) seeking recertification through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board (AANPCB) must obtain a minimum of 100 contact hours of advanced CE credit, and at least 25 of those hours need to be classified as Pharmacology related CME. Physician Assistants (PAs) seeking recertification with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) must earn 100 CME credits every two years, including at least 50 Category 1 CME credits. For these reasons, we pack our CME Conferences with the credits you need, with some locations offering as many as 39 CME credits and 9 APRN Pharmacology credits!

Maximize CME at Three CME Conferences!

In fact, if you’re in need of pharmacology CME, be sure to check out these three CME Conferences – our top CME and Rx earners:

  • September 10-13, 2024: Pensacola Beach, FL (up to 39 CME credits and 7 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • October 21-24, 2024: Orlando, FL (up to 39 CME credits and 8.5 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • November 12-15, 2024: Las Vegas, NV (up to 39 CME credits and 9 APRN Pharmacology credits).

Other options include:

  • June 3-6, 2024: Orlando, FL (up to 26 CME credits and 3 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • June 11-14, 2024: Destin, FL (up to 26 CME credits and 5.75 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • June 24-27, 2024: Myrtle Beach, SC (up to 39 CME credits and 5.25 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • August 6-9, 2024: Virginia Beach, VA (up to 26 CME credits and 4.25 APRN Pharmacology credits)
  • October 8-11, 2024: San Antonio, TX (up to 26 CME credits and 3.75 APRN Pharmacology credits).

Online Pharmacology CME for Nurse Practitioners

Would on-demand CME for pharmacology work better for your schedule or your learning style? Then be sure to tap into our online CME option, which gives NPs, PAs, RNs and physicians the flexibility to watch recorded CME sessions within a year to earn CME credits on their own time from a variety of topic-specific courses – including pharmacology.

“Pain Management, Pharmacology & Prescribing” offers 2.5 CME credit hours and is taught by Wendy Wright, DNP, ANP-BC, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, FNAP, an adult and family nurse practitioner and the owner of two nurse practitioner-owned- and operated-clinics in New Hampshire. In this two-part On-demand Pharmacology CME course, management of acute and chronic pain is covered, with a focus on the importance of a comprehensive approach, including pain management specialists, primary care providers, nurses, complementary therapies, and modalities. In addition, the importance of narcotic contracts and the regulation of controlled substances is discussed. The course also includes a pharmacology update, providing the latest treatment options for GI, respiratory, and infectious diseases and ensuring NPs, PAs, and MDs are up to date on the latest guidelines for treating a variety of conditions.

In-Person and Online CME for Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants, and Physicians

Earn CME in the field of your choice with Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts through an in-person CME Conference at a destination location, or earn CME in 2024 through our on-demand courses or virtual CME conferences! No matter what you choose, you’ll learn from the best of the medical community as you earn CME credits, network, and gain knowledge on dermatology, orthopedics, cardiology, emergency medicine, women’s health, pain management, pharmacology, diabetes, and ER. We also offer the best value per CME credit, with our cost per CME credit hour as low as $21!