College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Elisa Greene and Dean Philip E. Johnston prepared a nationwide webinar titled “Anaphylaxis Screening and Protection Program” as a continuing education program for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, developed for the American Pharmacists Association and presented Nov. 13. The program’s goal is to inform pharmacy personnel of the signs of anaphylaxis, use of the auto injectable devices available, management of persons who require injectable epinephrine for anaphylaxis and ongoing needs of persons with anaphylaxis history.
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