APhA Advanced Training Programs

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APhA's Training Programs are advanced training activities which range from programs with both a home study and a live component to learning activities which can be completed online with up to 16 hours continuing pharmacy education (CPE) hours of home study. Below is a list of advanced training programs accredited by APhA. You will also find directions to request a certificate of achievement to be reissued.

APhA Certificate Training Programs

Has both a self-study and live component.  Please click on links below for goals and objectives of course, as well as, links to register for programs hosted by APhA, and to locate organizations who host to pharmacists outside their organization.

Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services - As the learner, you will gain experience interviewing patients, identifying and prioritizing medication-related problems, developing and implementing interventions, and documenting activities.  In addition, you will have the opportunity to explore various business models and billing strategies and discuss plans for implementation.

Pharmacy-Based Cardiovascular Disease Risk Management is an advanced professional training program that explores the pharmacist’s role in cardiovascular disease risk management.  

Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery - certificate training program is based on national educational standards for immunization training from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  The program, which emphasizes a health care team approach, seeks to foster the implementation of interventions that will promote disease prevention and public health, and prepare pharmacists with comprehensive knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to provide immunization services to patients across the life span.

The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care is an award-winning and intensive educational experience designed to equip pharmacists with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to provide effective, evidence-based diabetes care. 

 

Certificate of Achievement Reissue Information

 

Need your Certificate of Achievement reissued? Print the Certificate of Achievement Reissue Request form.

The Certificate of Achievement looks like a certificate & has the logo of the Advanced Training program you attended. However, it is not a Transcript of CPE or Statement of Credit. Although there is no expiration date, the pharmacist should maintain current continuing professional development in the area of their training.

Certificate of Achievement Guidance Document for the Immunization Training Program

Certificate of Achievement Guidance Document for the Cardiovascular, Diabetes, MTM, and Travel Health Training Programs

 

APhA Advanced Training Programs

 

Pharmacy-Based Travel Health Services - This advanced competency training program explores the pharmacist's role in providing travel health services to patients.  

Using Evidence to Advance Your Practice - Coming in Spring 2017 - This 15 hour online program will focus on learning the principles and approaches used in evidence-based practice to assess patients’ medication needs, formulate and document patient care plans and collaborate with other members of the health care team. Learn More

Pharmacy-Based Provision of Hormonal Contraceptives - Coming in Spring 2017 - APhA’s new online, three-hour training program, focused on hormonal contraceptives, will prepare you to discuss the options available to women. Learn More

APhA Advanced Preceptor Training

Test Your Knowledge, Immunization Delivery   

Pharmacogenomics - New   This 16-hour RxGenomix self-paced course was designed to help working pharmacists learn about the science of pharmacogenomics and how it may be applied in their clinical practice. This home study continuing education activity for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians developed by RxGenomix.

 

Residency Training

APhA SCDI (APhA Systematic Curriculum Design and Implementation) - APhA SCDI provides participants with the essential knowledge and skills required to systematically design, develop and implement a community-based, longitudinal structured pharmacy residency training program by applying established principles, structure and methods from educational curriculum design and educational theory.

APhA Meeting the Requirements of Residency Accreditation: PGY1 Community-based - This program is designed for participants who have a PGY1 community-based pharmacy residency program that is either preparing for reaccreditation, or is in candidate status for accreditation with a resident currently in the program.

 

Board Certified Review and Recertification Courses

Ambulatory Care

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about any of the Education process, visit  Frequently Asked Questions.

If you still have questions you would like answered, please send us an email.

Email a question about being put on a waiting list for a program.

Email a general question about certificate training programs.

Email a question about faculty training. 

 

 

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