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SIDS Risk Reduction: A Continuing Education Activity for Pharmacists

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As a pharmacist, you play a vital role in caring for and educating your patients each and every day. Some of your smallest patients, babies between one month and one year of age, may be at risk for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), the leading cause of death for infants in this age range. You can help reduce their risk.

This free continuing education (CE) activity, developed by the NICHD and its pharmacist partners, explains the latest research on SIDS and SIDS risk reduction and outlines how you can help spread safe sleep messages to parents and caregivers in just a few minutes. By completing this course, you can earn 0.125 continuing education units from the Maryland Pharmacy CE Coordinating Council.*

Please note that this CE activity will only be available until November 1, 2015. After that time, its accreditation will expire, and the campaign will no longer offer the activity.

Select the link below to access the CE activity for pharmacists.

* Approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of CE for pharmacists.

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Last Reviewed: 09/24/2015
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