Keep Up! Series
The Keep Up! Series is a six module, on-demand and interactive professional development program developed with the busy pharmacist in mind. Each module is designed to be completed in 30 minutes, with two to three short mini lessons on timely topics in pharmacy. Learn at your own pace, stay up to date with topics most important to you and your work, and earn three hours of CPE!
This online educational activity is developed by the University of Mississippi in partnership with the American Pharmacists Association.
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Members $36 Non-Members $45
The Keep Up! Series lineup includes
Keep Up! Cannabis
The medical and recreational use of cannabis - including marijuana and CBD products - has exploded in recent years. Pharmacists are on the frontlines and should be prepared to answer patients' questions about marijuana use.
Keep Up! Personal Resiliency
This brief and interactive online tutorial explores strategies to build personal resilience based on the book by Eileen McDargh entitled Your Resiliency GPS (Growth Potential Strategies). By cultivating new patterns of thinking and acting, we can become more adaptive and persistent when faced with unexpected challenges in our lives, both personally and professionally.
Keep Up! Unconscious Bias
Unconscious bias is not based on facts about a specific person or situation but rather automated, quick decisions arising from our past experiences and social background. Learn how unconscious bias can impact patient care and professional relationships. Discover some of your hidden biases to create opportunities for growth.
Keep Up! Antimicrobial Stewardship
Every year, more than two million people in the United States become ill from infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Of them, 23,000 die. To fight these fatal infections, the CDC states we must improve antibiotic use.
Keep Up! Patient Education
Patient education (aka patient counseling) is a fundamental component of pharmacy practice. However, the patient counseling strategies employed by most pharmacists have little impact on medication adherence. Patients learn best when new information is connected to existing knowledge and skills and when it is perceived to be relevant, actionable, and congruent with their beliefs.
Keep Up! Keeping Up
Keep Up! Keeping Up explores the tips and tricks for keeping current with the biomedical literature. Using a case-based approach,participants will learn how to use the PICO acronym to identify articles and education materials that are most relevant to their daily work.