CONNECT 2021 - Pediatric Medications ~ Michelle Moser, RPh, FACA, FACVP




In this presentation, pharmacist Michelle Moser will review medication use in children with gastrointestinal, dermatological, and respiratory conditions. In this talk, attendees will learn to identify medications typically used in pediatrics in GI, Dermatology, & Respiratory conditions; learn dosing, side effects, and concomitant uses of medications used in GI, Dermatology, & Respiratory conditions; and gain understanding of integration of alternative & natural medicines used in GI, Dermatology, & Respiratory Pediatric conditions.

Michelle Moser is the owner of Makers Compounding Pharmacy, which values education as a pathway to better health by providing seminars, blog posts, and videos to the public. Makers Compounding Pharmacy is a PCAB accredited pharmacy since 2017 with a staff of 15 to support the needs of their customers and prescribers. Michelle is a Fellow with the American College of Apothecaries and the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists, as well as international LDN consultant with the LDN Research Trust. She is also the owner of where the latest in scientific research and patient case studies can be found! Michelle has an extensive background in the various aspects of pharmacy as well as in teaching future pharmacy technicians and pharmacist students!
Michelle is a Board Trustee with the Hospice of the Northwest Foundation. She is an active Skagit Valley community member having served on the Sedro-Woolley Schools Levy committee, Big Lake Parent Group, Sedro-Woolley High School Parent Group, and supporting Sedro-Woolley Rotary club.
When Michelle is not working, she enjoys live music, being at the ocean, and cooking with her husband and their four children and their families. Her granddaughters are learning to bake, crafting and puzzle building with Grandma Michelle during their visits. Michelle & her husband, Michael, have 2 dogs and 4 cats at their Big Lake home.
*Certified by the WANP for .075 Category 1 continuing education credit (including 0.75 Pharmacology credits) for Washington NDs*
(Originally presented October 17, 2021)