Is Your House Making You Sneeze; A Review of Perennial Allergies
This continuing education activity is administered by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) as an Agency providing continuing education credit. Individuals who complete this program and earn a 70% or higher score on the post test will be awarded 1.0 NAPNAP contact hours, of which 0.25 is pharmacology content.
This course was supported by an educational grant from Merck.
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Pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses.
At the conclusion of this live webinar, participants will be able to:
1. Identify common indoor aeroallergens.
2. Describe environmental controls to reduce allergen exposure.
3. List medications available to treat allergic rhinitis.
Jodi A. Shroba, MSN, APRN, CPNP
Jodi Shroba is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Clinic at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. She has spoken both locally and nationally on Allergic Rhinitis, including presentations at the Missouri State School Nurse Conference and the NAPNAP and ACAAI National Conferences.
Faculty Disclosure: Ms. Shroba is a paid speaker for Meda Pharmaceutical, and she lectures on their products; Aerospan (asthma medication) and Dymista (nasal corticosteroid/antihistamine nasal spray). In this webinar, she will discuss all nasal sprays and there will be no bias towards any specific drug.
FDA Disclosure: Ms. Shroba will discuss some antihistamines used twice a day despite a once a day indication.
- 1.00 Contact hours