Alumni Webinar Series
The Alumni Association is proud to offer a series of webinars covering topics that you may not have been taught in school or that have changed since you were in school. From pharmacy updates and guideline changes to tips on buying a home, being an effective leader or staying in shape, the Alumni Association will be featuring free webinars with field experts to help give you the latest information and answer your questions. Watch from your desktop computer, iPhone, iPad or watch the recording later. Register below for any of these upcoming webinars.
Have an idea for a webinar topic? Contact Stephanie Hoffmann at 314.446.8419.
President John A. Pieper State of the College Address, May 21, 2015
The Leadership Paradigm, presented by Robert Salter '70, Senior Consultant & CEO, Higher Education Market Strategies, LLC; Professor of Healthcare Management at Lindenwood University. Learn tips on becoming an effective leader, how to use these skills in management roles and in your professional daily life.
All About Insomnia, presented by Kim Hoff '02. Learn about the various ways to treat and handle insomnia.
Healthy Habits, presented by Katie ’99 and Chad ’01 Graue. Start the new year off right with their guides to healthy meal planning, prep, storage and cooking. Alumni are also eligible for a complimentary 10-day detailed video series at thegraues.com.
Dietary supplements from A-Z, presented by Kim Hoff '02, staff pharmacist at Walgreens Pharmacy. The presentation will focus on the use of supplements in treating health conditions and the benefits of supplements.
Hypertension guidelines update, presented by Sara Richter ’12, STLCOP assistant professor of pharmacy practice.This presentation will cover the recently updated hypertension guidelines in the 2014 Evidence-Based Guideline for the Management of High Blood Pressure in Adults: Report From the Panel Members Appointed to the Eighth Joint National Committee [JNC 8].
ACC/AHA lipid guidelines 2013 updates, presented by Anastasia Armbruster ’09, STLCOP assistant professor of pharmacy practice and clinical pharmacist specializing in cardiology and internal medicine at Missouri Baptist Medical Center.