Ambulatory Care Workshop 2020

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The Ambulatory Care Workshop is a recertification curriculum designed by APhA's expert faculty and geared toward proactive discussion of fundamental and timely concepts in 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 4.5 hours of recertification credit for completing this activity. To earn recertification credit, BCACPs must successfully complete all 4 topic sessions and successfully complete the 2020 Ambulatory Care Workshop Assessment online assessment on or before June 25, 2021 and claim the BPS credit.


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Evidence Based Literature to Advancing Ambulatory Care Practice

Using a systematic process to examine the methods and results of an observational study and a meta-analysis, participants will determine the relevance of the information and how it might impact their practice.
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2020 Ambulatory Care Workshop Assessment

This online assessment is to earn 4.5 recertification BCACP credit after completing all 4 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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Time to Call the Pharmacist: OUD MAT in Complicated Scenarios (Buprenorphine and MAT)

An overview of pharmacotherapy for opioid use disorder (OUD) medication-assisted treatment (MAT) with a focus on complicated medication scenarios. This includes switching between OUD MAT medications and medication selection in patients with hepatic or renal impairment or pregnancy and lactation.
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Incorporating Quality Improvement and Benchmarking Principles into your Ambulatory Care Practice

Leaders frequently struggle to compare pharmacist workload to other disciplines or other pharmacy practices. This session will share principles you can use to define your practice, your workload, and ensure that your work is contributing to the desired outcomes.
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Deprescribing in the Geriatric Population

This session will offer ambulatory care pharmacists practical, evidence-based suggestions for implementing deprescribing into clinical practice by utilizing case-based vignettes. It will also review communication technique for deprescribing-focused conversations.
Board Certification geriatrics Deprescribing ambulatory care