ACCP Virtual Journal Club

ACCP Virtual Journal Club

For more than 50 years, healthcare professionals have relied on The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (JCP), a publication of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology® (ACCP), for original research, special reviews, commentaries and case reports on all phases of drug development from absorption, disposition, metabolism, elimination interactions and preferred uses through post-marketing evaluations. Now, ACCP offers The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology readers the chance to talk online with the author of a recently-published article. ACCP’s Virtual Journal Club live webinar features a 10-minute presentation by the author of the featured article, followed by 50 minutes of questions and discussion. These one-hour webinars are recorded and made available On Demand for up to three years following the live webinar. The ACCP Virtual Journal Club webinars are free for Members and Non-members.


On Demand Webinars
2018
Evaluation of Flexible Tacrolimus Drug Concentration Monitoring Approach in Patients Receiving Extended-Release Once-Daily Tacrolimus Tablets
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Pharmacokinetic Study of Intravenous Acetaminophen Administered to Critically Ill Multiple-Trauma Patients at the Usual Dosage and a New Proposal for Administration
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

2017
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Tolvaptan in Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease: Phase 2 Trials for Dose Selection in the Pivotal Phase 3 Trial
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Prediction of Clearance in Neonates and Infants (<3 Months of Age) for Drugs That Are Glucuronidated: A Comparative Study Between Allometric Scaling and Physiologically-based Pharmacokinetic Modeling
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

The Bial 10-2474 Phase 1 Study-A Drug Development Perspective and Recommendations for Future First-in-Human Trials
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE creditt

Utility of Model-based Approaches for Informing Dosing Recommendations in Specific Populations: Report From the Public AAPS Workshop
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit


Exposure Matching for Extrapolation of Efficacy in Pediatric Drug Development
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

How Informative are Drug-Drug Interactions of Gene-Drug Interactions? 
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Mitigating the Effects of Nonadherence in Clinical Trials
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit


2015 - 2016
Mechanistic Population Pharmacokinetics of Morphine in Neonates With Abstinence Syndrome After Oral Administration of Diluted Tincture of Opium
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Population Pharmacokinetic Modeling After Repeated Administrations of RBP-6000, a New, Subcutaneously Injectable, Long-Acting, Sustained-Release Formulation of Buprenorphine, for the Treatment of Opioid Use
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Prediction of Drug Clearance in Premature and Mature Neonates, Infants, and Children ≤2 Years ofAge: A Comparison of the Predictive Performance of 4 Allometric Models
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Impact of Cytochrome P4502C19 Polymorphisms on the Pharmacokinetics of Tacrolimus when Coadministeredwith Voriconazole 
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Pharmacokinetics of Serelaxin in Patients with Severe Renal Impairment or End-stage Renal Disease Requiring Hemodialysis: A Single-dose, Open-label, Parallel-group Study
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Predicting Neonatal Pharmacokinetics From Prior Data Using Population Pharmacokinetic Modeling
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Population Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Piperacillin and Tazobactam Administered by Prolonged Infusion in Obese and Nonobese Patients
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Clinical Drug-Drug Interaction Assessment of Ivacaftor as a Potential Inhibitor of Cytochrome P450 and P-glycoprotein

CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Emerging Areas of Research in the Assessment of PK in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit


For further information contact 
CE@ACCP1.orgor to register and participate in these activities, go to the ACCP CE Catalog

Read what attendees of the ACCP Virtual Journal Club think of these events.

“The February ACCP Virtual Journal Club provided insight regarding use of modeling and simulation for the study of neonates in pediatric clinical trials.  This educational event format is unique in that important recent publications are reviewed by therapeutic experts who also address attendee questions - all in a timely manner with opportunity for CE credit if needed.” Elizabeth Ludwig, PharmD

“I was impressed by the quality of the ACCP Virtual Journal Club presentation and found the content current and highly relevant to my research area. It was different to other educational formats in that it was presented in a very engaging manner.” Catherine Sherwin, PhD, MS, FCP

“The ACCP Virtual Journal Club offers a unique opportunity to interact directly with the authors of impactful clinical pharmacology studies. I very much enjoyed the experience. It was a smooth process to log on and ask questions and allowed me to meet continuing education requirements.” Daniel Gonzalez, PharmD, PhD