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2019 Homestudy CE: Medication Safety Pearls Home Study CE 1 (Patient Safety CE)

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CE Hours


CE Units


Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists
  • Pharmacy Technicians


Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
Premier, Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

Requirements for CE Credit

To obtain CE credit for this activity, participants must watch the entire video of the webinar activity and complete the learning assessment post-test and the program evaluation. You will have two (2) opportunities to successully complete the post-test, and credit will be awarded for a minimum passing grade of 70%. Participants will receive CE credit within 60 days of completing the post-test and evaluation.  All CE credit will be administered through CPE Monitor. NABP e-profile ID and date-of-birth entry are mandatory for each participant.




There are 2 steps to completing this Homestudy CE: 
Step 1:  Watch the entire video recording of the activity.
Step 2:  Click on "Take the Test" to complete the post-test and evaluation.
Please Note: A handout is provided. Please print it out and follow along with the audio recording. The learning assessment questions are also available and included with the handout.


  • Describe the medication safety benefits of an IV workflow technology
  • Discuss the role of Pharmacy in ensuring the safe administration of IV infusions
  • Describe how medication safety is part of a health-system's continuous process improvement plan
  • Identify strategies for implementing the ISMP Medication Safety Best Practices
  • Identify strategies for minimizing errors with patient-controlled analgesia (PCA)
  • Explain recommendations within patient safety literature regarding auto-populated fields


Joshua Soliman, PharmD
Assistant Director, Pharmacy Operations, NYU Langone Health, Tisch Hospital

Kelsey Keeley, PharmD
Assistant Director of Pharmacy, Medication Safety and Quality, NYU Langone Health

Maria Russo, PharmD
Director of Pharmacy, Orange Regional Medical Center

Renu W. Abraham, PharmD
Patient Safety Manager, Montefiore Medical Center

Activity Number


Release Date: Dec 10, 2019
Credit Expiration Date: Dec 9, 2022

CE Hours