A Practical Approach to Laboratory Abnormalities

Learn how to read lab values and interpret them in a clinical setting. 

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Description

Description:

As more and more patients have access to their laboratory values, pharmacists are often called upon to answer patient’s questions about their interpretation. A Practical Approach to Laboratory Abnormalities will advance learners knowledge and understanding of common laboratory tests and provide a practical framework to interpret laboratory abnormalities and drug levels. Common pitfalls with interpreting values will be discussed.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand common laboratory tests that pharmacists may use in their clinical practice.
  • Provide a general, practical framework to the assessment of laboratory abnormalities.
  • Understand the value of drug levels and how to interpret them.

Course outline:

  • Module: A Practical Approach to Laboratory Abnormalities
  • Final Multiple-choice Exam
  • Program Evaluation

Course at a glance:

  • 0.75 Hour to complete
  • 0.75 CEUs
  • Available until 01/03/2021
  • Online
  • Accreditation: 8003-2020-3078-I-T
  • Completion requirement: Complete the course’s online modules and score a 70 per cent or higher on the multiple-choice exam (two attempts).

Who should take this course:

Pharmacists who want to confidently read lab values and interpret them in clinical settings.

Development Team:

  • Sharon Yamashita, RPh (BSc.Phm, ACPR, PharmD, FCSHP)
  • Justin Lin, RPh (BSc.Phm, PharmD, BCGP)
  • Jamie Yuen, RPh (BSc.Phm, BCGP)