APhA’s Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery will be offered as a pre-meeting option to the 2016 World Congress in August 2016.
Interested in extra preparation before taking the Ambulatory Care Board Certification examination? Both the 2015 Practice Exam and the 2015 Online Review Course package are currently available for purchase! The APhA/ASHP exam prep products reflect the new content outline being used for the 2016 exams.
This course provides a comprehensive review of the most common patient problems in ambulatory care settings. Patient-centered case scenarios present patients with multiple medical problems as seen in “real life” ambulatory care pharmacy practice and provide the BCACP with strategies to address these problems based on the best available evidence-based medicine.
The BCACP Recertification Literature Study is an online program that provides BCACPs with articles about current topics in ambulatory care specialty practice. Topics include diabetes, heart failure and lipid management.
Preceptors take on many roles, that of teacher, coach, practitioner, provider, and faculty member. Take advantage of the new APhA Advanced Preceptor Training to gain the knowledge and confidence you need to be a successful preceptor.
Find great jobs in all settings, including academic, community, health system, and managed care. Or explore different pharmacy career paths with the Pathways program. Learn more in the APhA Career Center.
Explore the many options for residency training including Post-graduate Year 1 Community Pharmacy Residency Programs and other postgraduate educational opportunities. Learn more and consider whether a residency program is right for you.
CPE Monitor is a national, collaborative effort by ACPE and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to provide an electronic system for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to track your completed continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credits. It will also offer state boards of pharmacy the opportunity to electronically authenticate the CPE units completed by their licensees, rather than requiring you to submit your proof of completion statements upon request or for random audits. Learn more about this important requirement.