Our Ultimate Advanced Pharmacology continuing education courses will satisfy your CE requirements. As a prescriber, you will improve your knowledge and gain confidence to practice safely.

The Advanced Pharmacology Virtual Learning Center is approved for 26- contact hour(s) of continuing education (including 26 hours of pharmacology- 2 hours/module) by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Activity ID# 20044251. This activity was planned in accordance with AANP accreditation Standards and Policies.
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Course Goals

  • Why enroll in our course?

    Advanced Pharmacology Virtual Learning Center is a continuing education cutting-edge platform to disseminate pharmacology principles in a clear and concise manner. Purchase the pharmacological modules which are broken down into classifications presented by expert nurse prescribers, nurse educators and clinical pharmacists. You will review updates on Advanced Pharmacology drug classes and different classifications using case studies and flip cards to help achieve your learning objectives.

  • LEARNING GOALS

    During this program, you will: Review updates on pharmacotherapeutics, pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics and latest evidence-based recommendations on pharmacological principles. Discuss medication classifications including indication, generic/brand names, adverse events and contraindications of use of various drugs.(RX). Integrate cases studies and review flash cards to enhance your learner experience to achieve individualized patient goals.

  • PURCHASE

    Participants will leave this program satisfying their entire CE requirements while reviewing evidence-based pharmacological principles, and more importantly the many reasons why its use is important for nurse prescribers. Learn what is needed to prescribe medications and how to practice safely and competently to protect your patients’ lives and maintain your license. Purchase today!

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Clinical Instructor(s)

Lead Clinical Instructor

Dr. Obi Oji

Dr. Oji APRN, DNP, FNP-BC earned her Masters Degree at University of Texas Health Science Center Houston and her doctorate from Duke University, North Carolina. She currently is a Family Nurse Practitioner and works in an outpatient clinic. She teaches Advanced Pharmacology in a nurse practitioner program and applies her extensive knowledge and educational background in the classroom to deliver pharmacological principles to ensure her students have complete mastery of concepts. Her passion is helping advanced practitioners and students build confidence in learning excellent prescriptive habits. She is a follower of Christ and her world view is based on biblical principles.

Clinical instructor

Julin Thomas Pharm. D

I am Julin Thomas Pharm. D and I am so excited to facilitate your learning in this course. I graduated with a Doctor in Pharmacy from Texas A&M College of Pharmacy. Afterwards, I completed a Pharmacy practice residency (PYG1) in General Medicine and PGY2 in Critical Care from Houston Methodist Hospital. Currently, I work as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in the ICU at Memorial Hermann Greater Heights. I love teaching pharmacological principles….. When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my 2 children.

Clinical Instructor

Francisco Ayala NP

Mr. Francisco Ayala, MSN, RN, FNP- C is a Family Nurse Practitioner from University of Texas Health Science Center Houston. He currently practices family medicine in an Urgent Care clinic in Houston, TX where he performs numerous hands on procedures. He has excellent knowledge in primary care skills and loves to teach pharmacological principles. His passion is teaching psychomotor skills in academia and improving student’s clinical knowledge base.