APhA Offerings of Diabetes Train-the-Trainer Programs - Potential trainers have to have completed the APhA's The Pharmacist & Patient-Centered Diabetes Care certificate training program and be affiliated with one of our licensed partners who host the APhA Diabetes certificate training program. Please contact your organization's coordinator to be considered and for registration instructions, if applicable. If you do not know if your organization is a licensed partner of APhA or you do not know who to contact at your organization, please contact email@example.com.
APhA is proud to announce that “The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care” Certificate Training Program has won the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions’ 2015 Award for Outstanding Live CE Activity. This award recognizes an organization for innovation and excellence in the design, educational format, and instructional delivery of a live CE activity or educational initiative.
The Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program is a newly revised, intensive educational experience designed to equip pharmacists with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to provide effective, evidence-based diabetes care. Five self-study modules provide comprehensive instruction in current diabetes concepts and standards of care. The live seminar incorporates case studies and hands-on skills training focused on the situations most likely to be encountered—as well as the services most needed—in community and ambulatory care practice settings. Participants will gain experience evaluating and adjusting drug therapy regimens for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, counseling patients about lifestyle interventions, analyzing and interpreting self-monitoring of blood glucose results, and assessing the overall health status of patients to identify needed monitoring and interventions.
The goals of the certificate training program are to:
This ACPE activity does not provide a certification in this topic but rather advanced professional training.
Self-Study Learning Objectives
At the completion of the self-study program, the participant will be able to:
Seminar Learning Objectives
At the completion of this seminar, the participant will be able to:
Post-Seminar Final Exam
Following completion of the live seminar, participants will be given a period of time to complete the open book final exam. The final exam will be conducted similarly to the self-study exam. Log-in information and completion code will be provided at the seminar.
Activity Completion Requirements
Successful completion of the self-study involves passing the self-study assessment with a grade of 70% or higher and successful completion of the live seminar involves passing the final exam with a grade of 70% or higher and demonstrating competency in blood pressure testing, self-injection techniques, diabetic foot exam, and blood glucose testing.
Once credit is claimed, Statements of Credit will be available online within 24 hours on the participant’s CPE Monitor profile at www.nabp.net. The Certificate of Achievement will be available online upon successful completion of the necessary activity requirements on the participant’s “My Training” page on www.pharmacist.com
Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) Information
The American Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as providers of continuing pharmacy education. The self-study portion of The Pharmacist & Patient-Centered Diabetes Care Certificate Training Program is approved for 15 hours (1.5 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education credit (UAN 0202-0000-14-165-H04-P; 0202-999-14-165-H04-P)). The live seminar is approved for 8 hours (0.8 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education credit (UAN 0202-9999-14-166-L04-P; 0202-9999-14-166-L04-P).
Release Date: December 15, 2014
Expiration Date: December 15, 2017
Acitivity Type: Practice-based
Target Audience: Pharmacists in all practice settings
Technology requirements and suggestions for a better learning experience.
In order to participate in this activity, participants must have access to a computer with these minimum system requirements:
APhA’s learning activities are designed with multimedia which is best experienced while using a PC or Mac that is equipped with the hardware and software components described above. Although activities may also be viewed using portable devices, it is not recommended.
The Pharmacist & Patient-Centered Diabetes Care certificate training program was developed by the American Pharmacists Association.