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APhA Quick Quiz: Resistant Hypertension

Take this quiz to test your knowledge on recent AHA guidelines and evidence-based treatment regimens for patients with resistant hypertension.
hypertension resistance cholesterol lowering agents antihypertensive agents Evidence-based Medicine
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APhA Pharmacy Law Matters: Legal and regulatory developments affecting pharmacy in 2018

This article, which is current as of November 2018, describes federal legislative and regulatory activities in 2018 affecting pharmacy practice, including new and proposed policy changes and other actions stemming from preexisting policy.
Opioids Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compounding law Over-the-Counter (OTC) Products
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Starting the Conversation about Depression and Suicide Prevention

Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States.
antidepressant agents depression
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Clinical Updates on Managing Resistant Hypertension (Home Study)

Register for this archived webinar to hear the latest guidelines on the management of resistant hypertension and effective management strategies that you would want to use with your patients.
hypertension medication therapy management resistance cardiovascular disease antihypertensive agents
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The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Communication

Join the APhA-APPM Medication Management Special Interest Group for The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Communication.
managed care communication compliance health literacy Counseling safety
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The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Telehealth Systems and Technology

Join the APhA-APPM Medication Management Special Interest Group for The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Telehealth Systems and Technology.
managed care communication technology inter-professional telepharmacy telemedicine
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The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Defining Telehealth

Join the APhA-APPM Medication Management Special Interest Group for The Role of the Telehealth Pharmacist: Defining Telehealth.
managed care communication technology inter-professional telemedicine
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October 2018 ACIP Immunization Update (Home Study)

Participate in this archived webinar to find out about newly available information regarding existing and emerging vaccines, including data from clinical trials, projections for future availability, and potential roles in pharmacy practice.
Vaccines Immunization public health
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Co-Management of Heart Failure and Diabetes (Home Study)

Participate in this archived webinar if you’re a pharmacist interested in learning more about clinical practice considerations for the management of patients with type 2 diabetes and comorbid chronic heart failure.
diabetes (DM) pharmaceutical care cardiovascular disease Evidence-based Medicine Collaborative Drug Therapy Management (CDTM)
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New therapeutic agents marketed in 2018: Part 2

Following our review of each new therapeutic agent, we compare the new drug with the older medication(s) with which it is most similar in properties and uses, and we identify advantages and disadvantages.
new drugs