Advanced Training Programs

Everything CBD: A Training for Community Pharmacists

Sponsored by: Sycamore BioPharma

  • Training Description

    Today’s pharmacists face both a clinical and ethical dilemma surrounding the medical use of a DEA Schedule 1 drug, marijuana; specifically, one of its components: cannabidiol (CBD). Evidence-based drug information on over the counter (OTC) and prescription medications with product safety guidelines have been the cornerstones of pharmacy practice. With the use of medical cannabis becoming commonplace in many states, pharmacists are often asked to give patients drug information on cannabis-derived products. This training is intended to provide pharmacists with the tools and resources necessary to ensure safe and effective use of CBD products.

Naloxone911: SCPhA’s Training for Community Pharmacists

  • Training Description

    Opioids are the most common cause of fatal drug-induced respiratory depression and the time for epidemic-ending intervention is now. Naloxone is a safe and effective preventative strategy to prevent drug-induced respiratory depression. Communities who provide access to naloxone have shown significant reductions in emergency department visits for opioid-related breathing emergencies. Pharmacists play a vital role in harm reduction through proper medication management, opioid-induced respiratory depression risk reduction education, and provision of naloxone rescue kits to the community. Register for this training to learn about the available formulations of naloxone products and the logistics of dispensing them.


Contraception Services Training Program: Online Home Study

  • Training Description

    SCPhA is partnering with Birth Control Pharmacist to provide a home study Contraception Services Training Program for South Carolina Pharmacists. This program is accepted by the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy as required training for pharmacists to prescribe hormonal contraception (pills, patch, ring, shot) per statewide protocol. This program also includes background, review of methods, standing order procedures, patient education, service implementation, and resources for both pharmacists and patients, including state-specific information.

    Earn up to 2 contact hours (0.2 CEUs) of ACPE-accredited continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit.

    Target Audience: Pharmacists & Pharmacy Technicians