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PONS … There’s Got to Be a Drug For That! By Theresa Human, PharmD, BCPS, FNCS We are happy to announce the official launch Each podcast will contain an annotated reference library. This of the Pharmacotherapy Of Neurocritical care reference list will include both references referred to in the Series, otherwise cleverly named PONS. This presentation as well as additional recommended readings. curriculum based podcast series will be an We are excited to begin this educational series with core enduring program to provide neurocritical neurocritical care topics which include Osmotic Therapy, care pharmacotherapy education to all Hyponatremia, Status Epilepticus, and Blood Pressure Control after disciplines. Intracerebral Hemorrhage. These podcasts will cover both neurocritical Each session will remain available as long as the information care core topics as well as controversial presented remains accurate. We encourage you to participate topics that will be valued by clinicians caring for patients in the now as this educational tool is free for a limited time and will be Neuro ICU. New and interesting topics will be added regularly available in the future for purchase. throughout the year and be presented by experts in the field. Share this information with all of your colleagues that would There are numerous ways the PONS can be utilized. This enjoy the educational benefits this podcast series will provide. educational tool can be used to update or refresh primary providers on a topic or can be accessed monthly to facilitate Follow the link below to enjoy hours of neuropharmacotherapy fun! topic discussions among rotating trainees. The target audience www.pathlms.com/ncs-ondemand/courses/1622 includes all disciplines, members and non-members, interested in furthering their neuropharmacotherapy knowledge. CME for all disciplines will be available in the spring! Most podcasts will be pre-recorded sessions that can be found on Theresa Human, PharmD is a clinical pharmacist in the neurocritical the NCS OnDemand platform. Each session will vary in length care unit at Washington University Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, from 20-60 minutes. Live webinars are planned to be held during Missouri. She is a member of the NCS Pharmacy Committee and an times of exciting releases, including the upcoming release of invited guest writer for Currents. several NCS Guidelines. Live webinars will allow participants the opportunity to interact during the session. Live webinars will also be archived on the NCS OnDemand platform for retrieval by those unable to attend the live presentation or those who want to review the content. 6


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