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APhA2019 Home-study on Demand

Continue to earn CPE credit after APhA2019! The Home-Study on Demand sessions are 13 of our most popular education sessions equaling 23 hours of additional CPE credit that was recorded and available for home study credit.
Home Study
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Learn from someone else’s mistakes: Community pharmacy malpractice cases with error prevention recommendations

One of two possible consequences will occur when a pharmacy organization, a pharmacist, a patient, or a lawyer learns about a medication error that has resulted
in patient harm.
medication errors
Home Study
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APhA Quick Quiz: Caring for LGBTQ Patients

Take this quick quiz to learn more about the needs of the LGBTQ patients and strategies that pharmacists and technicians can provide to enhance healthcare delivery for this population.
communication women's health Cultural Competency Counseling men's health Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Board Certification
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Ambulatory Care 2019 Online Review Course (for exam prep)

Use the APhA online review course to help you prepare for the Ambulatory Care certification exam. With this course, get comprehensive, practical guidance with 7 cases, including references to study, and a practice exam.
ambulatory care
Home Study
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Immunization Update 2019

Updates to immunization recommendations and recent outbreaks both serve as reminders of the importance of staying up to date with immunization practices.
Vaccines Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hepatitis immunizations influenza
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APhA Quick Quiz: Resilience

Take this quiz to test your knowledge on the relevance of resilience to the practice of pharmacy, and on the latest methods that pharmacists can use to shift stress to professional growth opportunities with the use of life-changing tools.
management mental health workplace issues pharmacy practice Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Home Study
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Updates and Advances in Diabetes Self-Management Technology

Diabetes management is constantly evolving, including new treatment options with innovative mechanisms of action, a shift toward more shared decision making and person-centered care, and increased interest in and availability of diabetes technology.
diabetes (DM) Glucose Monitoring Devices insulin Self Monitoring Devices Insulin Delivery Systems
Home Study
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Teaching Transitions of Care: Facilitation through Didactic and Experiential Learning (Home Study)

Register for this archived webinar to learn more about strategies used to incorporate transitions of care training for PharmD experiential learning.
teaching precepting outcomes education transition of care
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APhA Quick Quiz: 2019 Diabetes Standards of Care

If you’re looking for a quick update on recent major changes in diabetes care from national experts, then take this quiz to test your knowledge!
diabetes insulin pharmaceutical care antidiabetic agents Evidence-based Medicine
Home Study
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The 2018 ACC/AHA Guidelines for Cholesterol Management in Adult Patients

In November 2018, the 2018 American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) Guideline on the Management of Blood Cholesterol was published.
cardiovascular disease hyperlipidemia Statins (HMG-COA) Reductase Inhibitors dyslipidemia