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Home Study
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Non-Member $25.00

Balancing Risk and Access to Opioids: The Role of the Pharmacist

Both acute and chronic pain are highly prevalent and oftentimes prove difficult to manage optimally. This home study is designed to help the practicing pharmacist understand risk factors for opioid abuse and overdose, signs of substance use disorder, and risk mitigation strategies for prevention
Opioid Risk Management OUD addiction Substance Abuse
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

Pharmacists' Role within Value Based Care Models, Home Study

Value-based care models are evolving rapidly. The pharmacist’s role in these models is not well established or measurements clearly defined or understood as it relates to pharmacists’ patient care services
clinical patient care and services
Home Study
Member $29.00
Non-Member $49.00

Billing Boot Camp, Parts 1 and 2

Finally, pharmacists are recognized for the value of their patient care services. This significant shift for the pharmacy community includes expanding payment opportunities—a major challenge until now, particularly for those practicing in community and ambulatory settings.
administration Billing
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $25.00

New Therapeutic Agents Marketed in 2016: Part 2

Learn about the most important properties of new FDA-approved therapeutic agents marketed in 2016. Covered in this second part of the series, 8 additional therapeutic agents marketed in 2016: lixisenatide, lifitegrast, eteplirsen, nusinersen, sugammadex, obeticholic acid, defibrotide, obiltoxaximab.
new drugs drug information
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $25.00

Who Calls the Shots? Safe Practices with Vaccines

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), immunizations prevent between 2 and 3 million deaths per year. However, errors with vaccines can result in unintended and unrecognized vulnerability, leaving patients unprotected against serious diseases such as measles, diphtheria, and many others.
Vaccines clinical patient care and services
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

The Management of Adverse Events Associated with Vaccinations (Home Study)

This online learning activity, conducted in partnership with VAERS, HRSA, ISMP, and CDC, will provide pharmacists with the latest information about the management, reporting, and prevention of adverse events associated with vaccinations.
clinical patient care and services immunizations medication safety
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $25.00

Cardiology Update: 2016

There have been several updates to various areas of cardiology in 2015 and 2016. Landmark studies have been published and cardiology guidelines updated.
cardiovascular care clinical patient care and services
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member N/A

Legal and Regulatory Developments Affecting Pharmacy in 2016

In 2016, there continued to be federal legislative and regulatory activities shaping, and in some cases, advancing the practice of pharmacy. This article describes 2016 federal legislative/regulatory activities affecting pharmacy practice, including policies that were only introduced or proposed.
pharmacy law regulations legislative law
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

2016 Disparities in Cancer Care: Take Action!

This slide-based course is designed to help a multidisciplinary team in oncology increase their knowledge of disparities in cancer care as they relate to socioeconomic status, access to care, age-related issues, and obesity.
oncology Cancer Cultural Competency
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

2016 Cultural Competence for Oncology Practice

This slide-based course is designed to help members of a multidisciplinary team in oncology care increase their knowledge of cultural competence; it will enhance your confidence when interacting with patients from diverse backgrounds of the concept of cultural competence through three case studies.
oncology Cultural Competency