Here's what you'll learn:

This lecture is approved for 1 hour of RACE CE credit.

  • Recognize that human health care professionals are likely to be unfamiliar with names/common abuses/uses of hazardous veterinary medications.

  • Recognize that ED personnel may be at a loss for information on the medical management of human patients who present as a result of hazardous veterinary drug exposure or intentional ingestion.

  • Recognize that hazards of veterinary drugs are seldom presented in human health care curriculums.

  • Equip veterinarians to provide context to ED personnel to support the medical managements of human patients.

Course Curriculum Preview

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    Speaking of Things that Can Kill You...Human Health Hazards of Veterinary Medications

    • Speaking of Things that Can Kill You...Human Health Hazards of Veterinary Medications

    • Speaking of Things that Can Kill You...Human Health Hazards of Veterinary Medications (Required for RACE CE)

Instructor

PharmD

Elaine Blythe

Elaine Blythe completed coursework in animal science at Texas Tech University and then received her B.S. degree in pharmacy from Southwestern Oklahoma State University School of Pharmacy in 1992. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2003 from Creighton University. Dr. Blythe’s area of expertise is educating pharmacy students and veterinary students in veterinary pharmacology. Elaine is an associate professor at St. Matthews University School of Veterinary Medicine on Grand Cayman Island in the Caribbean and teaches pharmacology to the veterinary students on the Island via distance education from her home in the New Mexico. Dr. Blythe is also adjunct faculty at University of Florida College of Pharmacy where she teaches online courses veterinary pharmacy to pharmacy students and pharmacists. In addition to her full-time teaching, Dr. Blythe has over 15 years’ experience in regulatory affairs consulting services for veterinary drug distributors focusing on wholesale drug distribution and state pharmacy licensing requirements.