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2016 Disparities in Cancer Care: Do You Know...?

This self-assessment course is designed to help individuals from a multidisciplinary team in oncology assess knowledge related to disparities in care.
Cancer Cultural Competency Counseling
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member N/A

Transitioning into Leadership as a New Practitioner, Home Study

This home study course will provide a solid background in developing your leadership and communication skills throughout the early years and into future practice.
management clinical patient care and services preceptors pharmacy management and professional leadership
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

What Could Go Wrong? Preventing Errors Before They Happen

Medication errors are an important issue facing the health care system. Experts have increasingly recognized that errors can be prevented by making the medication use system safer rather than relying on individual health care providers to always perform perfectly.
medication errors medication safety
Home Study
Member $29.00
Non-Member $49.00

Zika Outbreak: What Pharmacists Need to Know

You’ve heard the alarming news about the Zika virus, an infection transmitted mainly through mosquito bites. The Zika virus has reached the threshold of a global emergency as determined by the World Health Organization (WHO).
zika virus
Home Study
Member $29.00
Non-Member $49.00

BIOSIMILARS: What Every Pharmacist Needs to Know

Speakers: Edward Li, PharmD, M.P.H., BCOP, University of New England; James Stevenson, BPharm, PharmD, FASHP, University of Michigan College of Pharmacy. This video was recorded at the APhA2016 Annual Meeting and Exposition.
biosimilars
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

A Good Night’s Sleep: Pharmacologic and Behavioral Approaches to Overcoming Insomnia (Home Study)

Are you looking to broaden your expertise when making informed decisions about the management of medication needs for your patients with insomnia? If so, you’ll want to participate in this online learning activity.
clinical patient care and services
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member Free

Case Study: Pharmacologic and Behavioral Approaches to Overcoming Insomnia

This case study is targeted to pharmacists providing care to patients suffering from insomnia.
clinical patient care and services
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $129.00

October 2016 ACIP Immunization Update, Home Study

This home study activity will keep you abreast of any new immunization recommendations and changes to the immunization schedules as well as help you to fulfill your state immunization education requirements.
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $129.00

Managing the Introduction of Biosimilars into the US Healthcare System

During this online learning activity, the speaker discusses the current status of biosimilars and recent approvals by the FDA, and identifies potential implications of biosimilars for pharmacists working in various practice settings.
clinical patient care and services pharmacy management biosimilars
Home Study
Member Free
Non-Member $25.00

Specialty Pharmacy: Trending to the Future

The number of novel drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has grown by appropriately 45-50 percent from 2010 to 2015. Proportionally, the number of specialty medications approved has also risen, keeping the ratio of novel drugs to specialty drugs consistently around 50 percent.
pharmacy management