APhA2014 Additional Education Training

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APhA is excited to offer additional training at APhA2014 to strengthen your career while advancing patient care. 

Each of the activities below requires specific registration and has an additional fee. 

The Friday pre-meeting education courses (except for Day of Science) do NOT require Annual Meeting registration to participate. 

 
Join us in Orlando March 28-31, 2014.  Register Now!
 
Certificate Training Programs (CTPs)
Certificate Training Programs, officially termed practice-based activities by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), are structured and systematic post-graduate continuing pharmacy education experiences for pharmacists designed to instill, expand, or enhance practice competencies through the acquisition of specified knowledge, skills, attitudes and performance behaviors. APhA certificate training programs involve in-depth commitment on the part of learners, including both self-study and attendance at live seminar presentations.
 
The Delivering Medication Therapy Management Certificate Training Program is an active learning seminar in which participants practice a variety of communication techniques to elicit a patient's medication experience and identify medication-related problems, using cases based on the real-life experiences of MTM providers. Participants will gain experience interviewing patients, identifying and prioritizing medication-related problems, developing and implementing interventions, and documenting activities. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to explore various business models and billing strategies and discuss plans for implementation. Additional pre-seminar self-study modules, case studies, hands-on patient interviews, and assessment practice sessions, pharmacists will obtain the clinical knowledge and skills needed to establish medication therapy management services. Completion of case work pre- and post-seminar is required to receive a Certificate of Achievement.
 
Note: Box lunches will be provided for attendees of this program.
Friday, March 28
7:30 am–6:00 pm
Fee: $245 APhA Member / $345 Nonmember

Session Full

 
Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certificate Training Program is an innovative and interactive training program that teaches pharmacists the skills necessary to become a primary source for vaccine information and administration. The program teaches the basics of immunology and focuses on practice implementation and legal/regulatory issues.
 
Note: Box lunches will be provided for attendees of this program.
Friday, March 28
7:30 am–6:00 pm
Fee: $245 APhA Member / $345 Nonmember

Session Closed

 
The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program is an innovative and intensive certificate training program focusing on the pharmacist's role in diabetes care. The program, which emphasizes a health care team approach, seeks to foster the implementation of interventions promoting disease self-management.
 
Note: Box lunches will be provided for attendees of this program.
Friday, March 28
7:30 am–6:00 pm
Fee: $245 APhA Member / $345 Nonmember

Session Full

 
Pharmacy-Based Immunization Faculty Training
This program is intended for current license partners to train additional faculty. Individuals must be affiliated with a current license partner to participate and have the approval from that partner to submit an application.  For more information and registration information for the Pharmacy-Based Immunization Faculty Training please contact Kelly French at kfrench@aphanet.org.  
 
Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Faculty Training
This program is intended for current license partners to train additional faculty.  Individuals must be affiliated with a current license partner to participate and have the approval from that partner to submit an application.  For more information and registration information for the Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Faculty Training please contact Kelly French at kfrench@aphanet.org.  
 
The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Faculty Training
This program is intended for current license partners to train additional faculty.  Individuals must be affiliated with a current license partner to participate and have the approval from that partner to submit an application.  For more information and registration information for the The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Faculty Training please contact Kelly French at kfrench@aphanet.org.  
 
Advanced Competency Training (ACTs)
Advanced Competency Trainings are, like APhA’s Certificate Training Programs, structured and systematic post-graduate continuing pharmacy education experiences for pharmacists designed to instill, expand, or enhance practice competencies through the acquisition of specified knowledge, skills, attitudes and performance behaviors. These activities will provide between 6- 10 hours of CPE credit and focus on one specific area of content. 
 
Pharmacy-Based Travel Health Services is an innovative and interactive advanced competency training (ACT) program that explores the pharmacist’s role in providing travel health services to patients. This application-based activity is the first step for pharmacists interested in learning the essential skills necessary to successfully provide travel health services. Program pre-requisite: Pharmacists who have completed the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Certificate Training Program and received a Certificate of Achievement or have previously completed an immunization training program and are certified to provide immunizations in the state in which they practice. 
 
Friday, March 28
7:30 am–12:00 pm
Fee: $185 APhA Member / $285 Nonmember

Session Full

 
Board Certification Review
Ambulatory Pharmacy Care Review Course
This two-day course provides a robust preparatory curriculum for the ambulatory care pharmacy professional preparing for the examination. Designed based on the domains, tasks, and knowledge statements developed by BPS for the examination, the course also will provide an in-depth review of the ambulatory care patient care issues for practitioners and help them prepare for the exam by: 
  • Reviewing pertinent clinical topics and practice skills 
  • Providing exam practice questions 
  • Listing valuable resources for further self-study 
Pharmacists can confidently prepare for the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) newest certification, Ambulatory Care Pharmacy, with this cutting-edge educational programming! This case-based and interactive course is an excellent review for pharmacists working in, or wishing to work in, ambulatory care and will teach them how to apply their knowledge and skills in preparation for the exam using real-life scenarios. Upon completion of the review course pharmacists will have strengthened and broadened their skill set, and will walk away better prepared to meet the growing demand for this specialized practice.
 
Thursday and Friday, March 27-28
7:30 am–6:00 pm
 
  Early Fee Late Fee
APhA/ASHP Member  $500 $780
APhA/ASHP Nonmember $725 $870
APhA/ASHP Resident Member $300 $515
APhA/ASHP Resident Nonmember $515 $655

 

 

 

 
Additional Training
RLS Workshop for Community Practice Residencies (CPRLS)
Residency program directors and preceptors can use this systematic approach to design and deliver community care pharmacy practice residency training to enhance the quality of existing or start-up programs. Pre-readings will prepare attendees to participate in simulation of the design of a program using the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists' Residency Learning System (RLS) Model. The workshop includes hands-on experience in applying direct observation to assess residents' performance. Registrants will be sent study materials in the mail.
 
Note: Box lunches will be provided for attendees of this program.
Friday, March 28
8:00 am–4:00 pm
Fee: $310 Member / $320 Nonmember
 
Cosponsored by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
 
Meeting the Requirements for Accreditation of an PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency Program – A Skills Workshop 
In this workshop, participants who are preparing to undergo a community pharmacy residency accreditation/reaccreditation visit will have an opportunity to explore accreditation requirements in detail. The workshop, which will be led by site accreditation team members from APhA and ASHP, will be a hands-on opportunity to evaluate, develop and refine residency program materials with the goal of aligning materials with accreditation requirements. Topics that will be explored include policies and procedures, pharmacy service requirements and learning experiences, evaluations, and preceptor roles. Best practice examples will be provided and participants may have the opportunity to have their own materials critiqued.
 
This workshop is designed for participants who have a PGY1 community pharmacy practice residency program that is either preparing for reaccreditation, or is in candidate status for accreditation with a resident currently in the program. Participants must complete pre-work and bring to the workshop a laptop and flash drive (or similar device) with existing program materials on them. Additional prerequisites apply and preregistration is required.
 
Saturday, March 29
7:30 am–2:30 pm 
Fee: $245 Member
 
Heartsaver CPR
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) doubles a person's chance of surviving from sudden cardiac arrest. The American Heart Association estimates that 100,000 to 200,000 lives per year could be saved if CPR were performed early enough. This course will cover Adult CPR with a review in Child, and infant CPR as well as AED use. Each student will receive a two year certification from the American Heart Association in Adult CPR.
 
Monday, March 31
10:00 am–12:00 pm
Fee: $50

 

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