Live Webinar: Treatments for Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis

Pharmacist & Pharmacy Tech CEU
notesLive Conference
Contact Hours: 1.0 (0.1 CEUs)

This webinar begins May 25 at 12:00 AM EST

To register for this webinar: purchase this course and then go to
My Info/Courses >> My Webinars >> Register for Webinar. You will also be sent an email with a registeration link.

Course Summary

Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMM) is a type of multiple sclerosis (MS) that is chronic, progressive, and inflammatory. It is a major reason for the increase in the prevalence of MS. Like other types of MS, RRMM affects the central nervous system. Patients experience episodes of CNS dysfunction followed by remission of symptoms. Pharmacological treatments attempt to delay the progress of the disease and prevent relapse. Lifestyle modifications may also contribute to symptom management.

Course Objectives

Recommend first-line medications for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis

Identify mechanisms of action associated with current and emerging disease-modifying therapies

Recall common safety considerations associated with treatments for multiple sclerosis

Discuss counseling opportunities for people with multiple sclerosis

I. Introduction

II. Prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis

A. Quality of life burden
B. Long-term Implications of Multiple Sclerosis

III. Pathophysiology of Multiple Sclerosis

A. Presentation
B. Risk factors
C. Diagnosis

IV. Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

B. Symptom Management
C. Lifestyle Modifications
D. Psychological Support

V. Pharmacy Staff’s Role in Improving Patient Outcomes

A. Symptom Management
B. Recognizing Barriers to Patient Adherence
C. Tips for Providing Education and Counseling

VI. Summary

How to Earn Live CE Webinar Credit

Participants are required to:

  • Read the learning objectives and faculty disclosures

  • Attend and participate in the live webinar

  • Complete an evaluation uses gotowebinar to present live webinars.  You must attend the full presentation in order to get credit for the activity.  You are not able to listen to the webinar via telephone. will not grant credit to individuals who have not attended and participated in the full webinar. audits attendance and participation in order to be in compliance with ACPE standards.

How to Earn Credit:
To earn credit for this course, participants must:
  1. Read the course objectives and faculty planner disclosure
  2. Read the course material
  3. Complete the post-test with a minimum score of 70% and complete the course evaluation form.
  4. Results are automatically submitted to CPE Monitor
ACPE 60 Day Course Submission Deadline:
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Faculty Planner Disclosure

The following individuals were involved in developing this activity: Jennifer Salvon, RPh, and Pamela Sardo, PharmD, BS. Pamela Sardo and Jennifer Salvon have no conflicts of interest or financial relationships regarding the subject matter discussed. There are no financial relationships or commercial or financial support relevant to this activity to report or disclose by or any of the individuals involved in the development of this activity.

Unlabeled Use Disclosures

The information provided in this course is general in nature and it is solely designed to provide participants with continuing education credit(s). This course and materials are not meant to substitute for the independent, professional judgment of any participant regarding that participant’s professional practice, including but not limited to patient assessment, diagnosis, treatment and/or health management. Medical and pharmacy practices, rules, and laws vary from state to state, and this course does not cover the laws of each state; therefore, participants must consult the laws of their state as they relate to their professional practice. Healthcare professionals, including pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, must consult with their employer, healthcare facility, hospital, or other organization, for guidelines, protocols, and procedures they are to follow. The information provided in this course does not replace those guidelines, protocols, and procedures but is for academic purposes only, and this course’s limited purpose is for the completion of continuing education credits. Participants are advised and acknowledge that information related to medications, their administration, dosing, contraindications, adverse reactions, interactions, warnings, precautions, or accepted uses are constantly changing, and any person taking this course understands that such person must make an independent review of medication information prior to any patient assessment, diagnosis, treatment and/or health management. Any discussion of off-label use of any medication, device, or procedure is informational only and such uses are not endorsed hereby. Nothing contained in this course represents the opinions, views, judgments, or conclusions of LLC. LLC is not liable or responsibl

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  • Target Audience: Pharmacist, Pharmacy Tech
  • Contact Hours: 1.0 (0.1 CEUs)
  • Post-test must be completed by: 6/25/2024
  • Activity Type: Knowledge
  • UAN: TBD
  • Topic: Unknown
  • UAN Number: (Techs): TBD
  • CeBroker Number: 20-TBD


Jennifer Salvon, RPh


This webinar begins May 25 at 12:00 AM EST

To register for this webinar: purchase this course and then go to
My Info/Courses >> My Webinars >> Register for Webinar. You will also be sent an email with a registeration link.

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