2020 Trending Topics in Ambulatory Care Recertification Package

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Trending Topics in Ambulatory Care is a recertification curriculum designed by APhA's expert faculty and focuses on a series of hot topics and timely issues in the world of Ambulatory Care specialty pharmacy. APhA offers Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacists a series of concise recertification sessions. Designed based on the domains, tasks, and knowledge statements developed by BPS and created by the premiere content experts in the field, this course provides a robust curriculum for those seeking recertification credit or a refresh in therapeutics. 

Recertification Credit For Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacists

Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacists (BCACPs) are eligible to receive 9.5 hours of recertification credit for completing this activity. To earn recertification credit, BCACPs must successfully complete all 6 topic sessions and successfully complete the online 2020 Ambulatory Care Trending Topics Assessment on or before June 25, 2021 and claim the BPS credit.


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2020 Trending Topics Assessment

This online assessment is to earn 9.5 recertification BCACP credit after completing all 6 topic sessions. All sessions and assessment must be completed on or before June 25, 2021. Only completed tests will be eligible for credit; no partial or incomplete tests will be processed.
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Everything You Need to Know About Medical Cannabis

Patients’ questions about medical cannabis will only grow more common. Be prepared to give the right answers—thanks to this evidence-based discussion of benefits, risks, laws, and more regarding medical cannabis in pharmacy practice.
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Your Annual Hepatitis C Update

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the most common bloodborne pathogen in the United States.During this session you will learn about new treatment options, recommended therapy and management strategies, patient education techniques to improve adherence, and opportunities to care for patients w/HCV infection
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Getting Personal with Diabetes Care

In this session, find out how and why we’re saying goodbye to algorithms and ushering in personalized approaches to help people with diabetes reach their glycemic goals.
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Beyond Blue: Discussing Depression and Suicide

Left untreated, depression can become chronic or refractory, increasing the risk of suicide. You’re in the perfect position to screen patients for depression and talk to them about treatment options as well as mental health stigma.
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Dialing Down Opioids in Five Steps

For some chronic pain patients on opioids, the risks of treatment must be balanced with the benefits. When the balance is in question, there should be an effort to taper, discontinue, or deprescribe in an effort to find the lowest effective dose and prevent withdrawal symptoms.
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Stopping a Killer: 2020 Update on Reducing ASCVD Risk

Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of morbidity in the US, despite major improvements in ASCVD risk mgmt and prevention. How do we move patients toward ideal cardiovascular health? Join the experts in this session discussing significant changes in recent 2019 ACC/AHA recommendations.
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