This certificate training program consists of a home study (20 CEUs) and a live session (4 CEUs) and is designed to help prepare pharmacists for collaboration with medical practices. The curriculum is a combination of clinical and business concepts essential to providing high quality sustainable services as part of an interdisciplinary team.
Registration accounts for the home study portion, plus a live session where participants can practice applying the knowledge and skills gained during the home study. Home study is required to be completed prior to your live session.
In State Registration- Cost $699
*Grant scholarships apply to all in-state residents*
Pricing after scholarship applied
FQHC and SCPhA Member
FQHC and SCPhA Non-Member
Out of State Registration- Cost $699
Grant scholarships may be available in your state. Please contact your state’s association to inquire about potential funding.
This certificate training program is built in modules. All home study modules must be completed in chronological order before advancing to the live offering. This will allow participants to claim a certificate of achievement.
Chronic Disease State Reviews (11.5 CEUs)
The Pharmacist’s Role in Managing Certain Cardiovascular Disorders
Recall current guidelines for the management of heart failure, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and aticoagulation
Distinguish between current pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment recommendations for heart failure, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and anticoagulation.
When given a patient case, determine the most appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment options for heart failure, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and anticoagulation when presented with a patient case.
Summarize how heart failure, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and anticoagulation is best assessed in the primary care setting by a pharmacist.
Describe how pharmacists can play an integral role on an interprofessional care team in the management of heart failure, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and anticoagulation.