SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Just want to pick the brains of some of the inpatient pharmacists out there. Since I have started the current job as the ID pharmacist/manager, I have been trying to provide some inservice educations for nursing staff, about 15 minutes a piece. My plan is to have 1 inservice a month. Currently trying write one for next month. The ones I already did were the management of vancomycin, another on aminoglycosides. Emphasizing on ADE, dosing, drawing levels and how to interpret levels. Currently thinking about anti-coag, maybe split that into 2-3 sessions to cover warfarin, heparin, lovenox for next month or two. Then what? Any other ideas? Being ID focused, I could go into disease state and treatment algorithms, e.g febrile neutropenia, HAP/CAP/VAP, but I figure that might be excessive and not useful for nursing staff. So I'm here poking around for ideas. The audience is mostly RNs and LPNs. Thanks in advance.