“Special K” – Ketamine Versatility in the Emergency Department- home study
After registration, watch the video then complete the evaluation and the quiz to claim credit.
At the completion of the activity, the participant will be able to:
- List the pharmacology and adverse effects of ketamine
- List current literature about novel treatment methods using ketamine in the acute setting
- Describe the various roles in therapy of ketamine in the emergency department
Dr. Winter grew up in Spring Creek, a small rural town in northeastern Nevada. She received her PharmD in 2020 from the University of Utah College of Pharmacy and completed her PGY1 pharmacy residency at Nebraska Medicine. She is currently a PGY2 emergency medicine pharmacy resident at The Brooklyn Hospital Center and Long Island University Pharmacy. Dr. Winter’s professional interests include toxicology, academia, and emergency response. Her goal is to contribute to the advancement a pharmacist’s role in the emergency department through participation in interdisciplinary patient care and leadership, mentoring, and research opportunities. She enjoys the challenging and fast-paced nature of emergency medicine, practicing bedside and collaborating with providers in the emergency department, and teaching. In her spare time, Dr. Winter likes traveling, spending time with family and friends, hiking, and playing cribbage.
Dr Winter has no conflicts of interest with the activity content.
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