Pharmacy Technicians

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About the Power-Pak C.E. Pharmacy Technician Library

Purchase unlimited access to all 45 CE courses (75 credit hours) listed below for 2 years for the one-time fee of $49.77.

Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive library of accredited pharmacy technician education. These ACPE-accredited activities focus on the following subject areas and will be updated continually: patient safety, pharmacy law, pharmacology, drug information, medication therapy management and general pharmacy practice.

Our pharmacy technician recertification courses were developed by educational specialists from Postgraduate Healthcare Education, Power-Pak C.E. in conjunction with faculty from leading colleges of pharmacy. The objectives for each T-designated course align with the core competencies listed in PTCB's Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination Blueprint.


What's Included in Your Package Purchase

  • CE you need for your PTCB recertification and your state requirements for only 67¢ per credit hour
  • Unlimited access to 45 courses and 75 credit hours, presented in a widely used Power-Pak C.E.® format
  • Designed to meet PTCB pharmacy technician-specific recertification requirements
  • Patient safety and law activities available
  • One live webinar available each month for 1 hour of live CE credit
  • Choose from a broad selection of activities so you're sure to find courses that interest you
  • All courses are available to you 24/7 for 2 years so you can get credits whenever you need them
  • CE activities are continually updated and added to assure 75 credit hours are available to you



POWER-PAK C.E.® PHARMACY TECHNICIAN LIBRARY

List of CE Courses (Minimum of 75 CE hours always available)

2019-2020 Influenza Season: A Review for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: Infectious Disease , Immunizations , Influenza

To provide information on historical and new trends in influenza vaccination that impact patient care, including updated recommendations provided by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for the 2019-2020 influenza season.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/22/2019
Expiration: 10/22/2022

 

USP General Chapter <797> 2019 Update: A Guide to Sterile Compounding for Pharmacy Personnel

Topic: Compounding

To present requirements for establishing and maintaining policies, facilities, and personnel needed for production of sterile compounded preparations in accordance with laws, regulations, and standards in the United States.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/17/2019
Expiration: 10/17/2022

 

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA): Improving Integrity Through Track and Trace

Topic: Law

The Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA), was signed into law by President Obama on November 27, 2013. Title II of DQSA, the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA), outlines critical steps to build an electronic, interoperable system to identify and trace certain prescription drugs as they are distributed in the US.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 10/10/2019
Expiration: 9/25/2022

 

Module 1. Anatomical and Physiological Considerations for Drug Therapy in Non-Human Species

Topic: Pharmacology , Veterinary Medicine , Veterinary Pharmacy

The goal of this educational activity is to introduce pharmacy technicians to important anatomical and physiological features of non-human patients that have implications for drug therapy. This information is necessary for pharmacy technicians to understand pharmacology in veterinary pharmacy and veterinary medicine.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/10/2019
Expiration: 10/6/2022

 

Cannabidiol: A Moving Target for Regulators and Health Care Practitioners

Topic: Law , CBD

Cannabidiol (CBD), a compound found in marijuana which does not produce the "high" associated with tetrahydrocannbinol (THC), has become an extremely popular and widely available therapy for a wide variety of disorders, although generally with little reliable evidence.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/9/2019
Expiration: 10/9/2022

 

LGBTQ+ Cultural Awareness and Best Practices Continuing Education for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: LGBTQ

To give pharmacists and pharmacy technicians the tools and information that they need to offer quality care and create a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ patients.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 9/9/2019
Expiration: 9/9/2022

 

The Pharmacist’s and Pharmacy Technician’s Role in Addressing Human Trafficking

Topic: Human Trafficking , Sex Trafficking , Labor Trafficking

To gain critical skills needed to sensitively identify, support and refer victims of human trafficking to safety.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 9/9/2019
Expiration: 9/9/2022

 

Immunizations in Special Populations

Topic: Immunizations

Update pharmacy professionals (pharmacists and pharmacy technicians) on recent updates to special populations immunization needs and review current guidelines.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 8/27/2019
Expiration: 5/29/2022

 

Pharmacy Laws and Regulations in Texas: Recent Updates to the Texas Pharmacy Act and the Texas Board of Pharmacy Rules

Topic: Law

Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Texas must understand laws and regulations relating to the practice of pharmacy. This module will address recent updates to the Texas Pharmacy Act and the Texas Board of Pharmacy Rules that impact the pharmacy profession, interprofessional collaboration, and patient care.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 8/7/2019
Expiration: 7/31/2022

 

Selecting and Compounding Medications for Ophthalmic Use

Topic: Compounding

To review the components and delivery systems of sterile compounded ophthalmic medications and how to properly prepare them according to United States Pharmacopeia standards.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 7/8/2019
Expiration: 7/8/2022

 

Module 5: Understanding Insulin Therapy for Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: Diabetes

To provide pharmacy technicians with knowledge of the types of insulin products available and how these products are used to manage diabetes mellitus.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.50
ACPE / Other / 2.50
Web Publication: 6/1/2019
Expiration: 6/1/2022

 

Update on GLP-1 Receptor Agonists and SGLT2 Inhibitors

Topic: Diabetes

Update pharmacy technicians on recent updates to treatment recommendations for the use of glucose lowering agents in people with type 2 diabetes.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 5/28/2019
Expiration: 4/24/2022

 

Module 7. Exercise for Better Health: Physical Activity Recommendations in Diabetes

Topic: Diabetes , Medication Therapy Management

The goal of this CE module is to educate pharmacists on how exercise impacts diabetes control, and to familiarize themselves with different types and levels of exercise therapy that may be appropriate for patients with diabetes.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 5/2/2019
Expiration: 5/2/2022

 

Naloxone and Other Harm-Reduction Strategies for Opioid Use Disorder

Topic: Addiction , Opioid , Drug Abuse , Opioid Use Disorder

Module 3. To ensure that pharmacists and pharmacy technicians understand the concept of harm reduction as it relates to the management of opioid use disorder and, specifically, the role of naloxone in managing an opioid overdose.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 11/30/2018
Expiration: 11/30/2021

 

Identification and Stabilization of Patients with Opioid Use Disorder

Topic: Addiction , Opioid , Drug Abuse , Opioid Use Disorder

Module 1. To provide pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with a description of the opioid crisis and ensure that they have the information necessary to recognize opioid use disorder and provide short-term stabilization.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 11/30/2018
Expiration: 11/30/2021

 

Medication Assisted Treatment in Patients with Opioid Use Disorder

Topic: Opioid , Drug Abuse , Opioid Use Disorder

Module 2. The goal of this module is to ensure that pharmacists and pharmacy technicians have the necessary information to provide optimal treatment for patients with opioid use disorder who are receiving medication assisted treatment.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/18/2018
Expiration: 10/31/2020

 

Safe and Responsible Disposal of Medication: Why it’s Important

Topic: Law

To educate pharmacy technicians about safe and responsible disposal of medication, the laws regarding medication disposal and how they can assist patients in the pharmacy setting.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 2/23/2019
Expiration: 2/23/2022

 

2018 Update: The Utility of Root Cause Analysis and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis in the Hospital Setting

Topic: Medication Errors , Patient Safety , Medical Errors

Identifying and preventing medication errors is a significant challenge in all healthcare settings. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians must understand common methodologies for detecting sources of risk in order to participate in error and risk investigations and to implement changes in pharmacy practice.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/30/2019
Expiration: 1/30/2022

 

Medication Safety in Patients with Diabetes

Topic: Patient Safety

To review updates on the medication use process and identifying vulnerabilities for unsafe practices focusing on the patient with diabetes.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 1/24/2019
Expiration: 11/30/2020

 

Regulatory and Ethical Issues in Veterinary Pharmacy

Topic: Law , Veterinary Pharmacy

The goal of this activity is to educate pharmacy technicians about important concepts in veterinary drug law and aspects of ethical professional behavior by pharmacists and pharmacy technicians when dispensing drugs for use in non-human species.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/10/2018
Expiration: 11/4/2019

 

Managing Pain in Older Adults

Topic: Pain Management

This on-demand webinar is aimed to review pain assessment and pain management in the older adult population.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 10/5/2018
Expiration: 10/31/2020

 

Update on the Drug Overdose Crisis: More Than Prescription Opioids

Topic: Law , Opioid , Opioid Use Disorder

Module 4. To improve the pharmacist's and technician's understanding of the problem and scope of non-medical use of prescription and illicit controlled substances, and the approaches to and consequences of regulatory and public health efforts to minimize misuse.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/2/2018
Expiration: 10/31/2020

 

2018-2019 Influenza Season: A Review for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: Immunizations , Influenza

To provide information on historical and new trends in influenza immunization that impact patient care, including updated recommendations provided by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for the 2018-2019 influenza season.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 9/30/2018
Expiration: 9/30/2020

 

DEA Enforcement Actions

Topic: Law

The goal of this on-demand webinar activity is to review recent DEA enforcement actions surrounding manufacturers, distributors, and pharmacies.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 9/27/2018
Expiration: 5/31/2020

 

HIV/AIDS: A Review for Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: HIV/AIDS , Infectious Disease

The goal of this activity is to educate pharmacy technicians about HIV/AIDS, including epidemiology, modes of transmission, infection control procedures, clinical management, and Florida-specific legislation related to HIV testing requirements. This course is approved by the Florida Board of Pharmacy, provider number 50-17869.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 4/1/2018
Expiration: 4/30/2020

 

Questions, Questions, Question: Influenza Takes the Nation by Storm

Topic: Infectious Disease , Community Pharmacy

This activity aims to inform and educate pharmacy technicians about the 2017-2018 influenza season, treatment and preventative measures.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.50
ACPE / Other / 1.50
Web Publication: 2/27/2018
Expiration: 2/29/2020

 

2017-2018 Influenza Season: A Review for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Topic: Immunizations , Influenza

This activity provides information on historical and new trends in influenza immunization that impact patient care, including updated recommendations provided by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices for the 2017-2018 influenza season.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 10/31/2017
Expiration: 10/31/2019

 

Pharmacy Calculations for Pharmacy Technicians: Concentrations, Dilutions and Drug Dosing

Topic: Pharmacy Practice , General Pharmacy , Calculations , Mathematics

This activity provides a review of pharmacy calculations that is aimed at increasing the technician's ability to solve math problems related to drug concentrations, dilutions, and individualized drug dosing to ensure that doses of medications are appropriate for each individual patient.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 8/31/2017
Expiration: 8/31/2020

 

USP General Chapter <800>: A Pharmacy Professional’s Guide to Handling and Compounding Hazardous Drugs

Topic: Compounding

This compounding CE activity presents information on the practice issues, standards, and regulatory framework related to the handling of and compounding hazardous drugs.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 8/7/2017
Expiration: 8/7/2020

 

Pharmacy Calculations for Pharmacy Technicians: Units of Measurement and Methods of Calculation

Topic: General Pharmacy , Calculations , Mathematics

This activity is designed to improve the pharmacy technician's ability to solve math problems using dimensional analysis and ratio-proportion methods of calculation, converting between units of measurement, and determining the day's supply of medications.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 7/2/2017
Expiration: 7/2/2020

 

USP General Chapter <797>: A Guide to Sterile Compounding for Pharmacy Personnel

Topic: Pharmacy Practice , Compounding , Sterile Compounding

To present requirements for establishing and maintaining policies, facilities, and personnel needed for production of sterile compounded preparations in accordance with laws, regulations, and standards in the United States.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 5/1/2017
Expiration: 10/31/2019

 

Keeping up with Supply and Demand: Pharmacy Inventory Management

Topic: Pharmacy Practice , Inventory Management

This activity is aimed to educate pharmacy technicians about effective and efficient inventory control practices in order to limit spoilage and improve patient care.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 3/17/2017
Expiration: 3/17/2020

 

The Expanding Role of the Pharmacy Technician-MTM and Vaccination Support

Topic: Pharmacy Practice

Having an increased pharmacist concentration on clinically-oriented activities is vital to improving patient care and may be key to preventing medication errors and rising health care costs. This activity reviews the expanding role of pharmacy technicians to support pharmacy's professional engagement in direct patient care initiatives such as medication therapy management and vaccine administration.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/31/2017
Expiration: 1/31/2020

 

Maximizing Patient Interaction at the Pharmacy Counter: OTC Medications for Allergic Rhinitis and the Common Cold

Topic: Primary Care , Allergy , Immunology

Considering the pharmacy technician is often the first point of contact for patients who have questions about OTC drug products related to allergic rhinitis and the common cold, they are in a perfect position to collect and communicate patient-related self-care issues to pharmacists. This activity provides a review of commonly used OTC products for allergic rhinitis and the common cold.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/24/2017
Expiration: 1/24/2020

 

Medication Safety: The Role of the Technician in Preventing Medication Errors

Topic: Patient Safety

This activity reviews common medication errors in pharmacy practice and explains the role of the technician in improving patient safety. By having a greater understanding of medication safety issues that lead to mistakes, pharmacy technicians will be more prepared to identify and lessen the risk of medication errors in daily practice.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/20/2017
Expiration: 1/20/2020

 

Why Do Drugs Affect People Differently? Understanding Factors That Influence Drug Responses

Topic: Pharmacology

Pharmacy technicians should have a greater understanding of factors that affect the way a drug acts in the body, including human variability, disease states, and drug-drug interactions, seeing they are often prompted with patient safety alerts during the order entry process. This activity aims to enhance the pharmacy technician's awareness of the multiple factors that influence individual responses to medications.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/20/2017
Expiration: 1/20/2020

 

Appropriate Use of Self-Monitoring Devices: The Pharmacy Technician's Role

Topic: Pharmacy Practice

Pharmacy technicians may help raise awareness that pharmacists are a good source of information regarding medical devices and home monitoring equipment, including thermometers, glucose meters, breathing devices, and blood pressure monitors. This activity addresses the relationship between the pathophysiology of chronic disease, the appropriate use of home health monitoring equipment, and the role of the pharmacy technician in patient management.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/19/2017
Expiration: 1/19/2020

 

Knowing Where to Find Key Drug Information-Understanding Drug Resources

Topic: Pharmacology , Pharmacy Practice

Responding to drug information questions accurately and efficiently is an important part of pharmacy practice, underscoring the importance of pharmacy technicians becoming more familiar with key drug references. This activity enhances the pharmacy technician's ability to locate and utilize appropriate drug information resources in pharmacy practice in order to help the pharmacist respond to questions from consumers and other health care professionals in an effective, efficient manner.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/19/2017
Expiration: 1/19/2020

 

Common Childhood Illnesses: Considerations for the Pharmacy Technician

Topic: Pediatrics , Patient Safety

Drug dosages for children differ greatly from those for adults because of the physiological differences between the two. As a result, small miscalculations may lead to either subtherapeutic doses or significant toxicity. This activity enhances the pharmacy technician's understanding of common illnesses in pediatric patients, as well as the unique physiological characteristics of this population, in order to improve patient safety and overall quality of care.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/18/2017
Expiration: 1/18/2020

 

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act: Improving the Integrity of Drug Distribution—2018 Update

Topic: Law

The goal of this activity is to provide relevant education to pharmacy technicians about the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) to improve the integrity of the drug supply distribution chain, while learning methods to identify suspect product.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 11/21/2018
Expiration: 11/30/2020

 

Updates on Non-flu Vaccines/Delivering Series Vaccines in the Pharmacy Setting

Topic: Immunizations

To review updates on non-flu vaccines and delivering series vaccines in the pharmacy setting.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/12/2018
Expiration: 10/31/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 1. Introduction to Medication Therapy Management (MTM)

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

This module provides pharmacy technicians with a basic understanding of medication therapy management (MTM) and how technicians can contribute to the process of MTM.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 2. Medication Therapy Management Procedures and Documents

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

This section explains MTM steps and procedures that are most relevant to pharmacy technicians, including the technician's role in generating and updating key MTM documents.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.50
ACPE / Other / 1.50
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 3. Medication Reconciliation—Steps for the Pharmacy Technician

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

Through this module, pharmacy technicians will acquire skills needed to perform and support medication reconciliation procedures and develop a Personal Medication List (PML).

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 4. How Can Technicians Help to Maximize Medication Safety?

Topic: Medication Errors , Patient Safety , Medication Therapy Management

Module 4 identifies ways in which the pharmacy technician can help reduce medication errors and maximize medication safety.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.50
ACPE / Other / 1.50
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 5. Helping Patients with Drug Benefits and Coverage

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

Pharmacy technicians will be provided with necessary background and useful tools to assist patients in their decision-making about medication benefits and coverage.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 6. The Importance of Chronic Disease Management in MTM

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

This module reviews core chronic disease states targeted in MTM and explains why chronic disease management is a critical goal in MTM.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 7. Polypharmacy and MTM

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

A comprehensive review of polypharmacy, this module identifies for pharmacy technicians how reducing and/or managing multiple medications as a primary goal of MTM.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.50
ACPE / Other / 1.50
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 8. Medication Use Among Older Adults

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

To participate in MTM, pharmacy technicians need to understand aspects of medication use applicable to older adults, including differing response to medications and risks of therapies.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 9. Generic Drugs and Therapeutic Equivalence

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

This module identifies for pharmacy technicians the principles of generic substitution and therapeutic equivalence and the role of these concepts in MTM.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 10. Controlled Substances and Risk Evaluation Mitigation Strategies (REMS)

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

Some medications have specific restrictions due to controlled substance schedules or REMS programs. This module teaches pharmacy technicians about these programs affect the MTM process.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

2017 Update: Module 11. Arranging for Reimbursement of MTM Services

Topic: Medication Therapy Management

This Module identifies the systems by which pharmacists can obtain reimbursement for provision of MTM services and the role of technicians in processing these documents.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 0.50
ACPE / Other / 0.50
Web Publication: 11/15/2017
Expiration: 11/15/2020

 

Module 1: Diabetes Defined: Pathophysiology

Topic: Diabetes , Medication Management

This module provides pharmacy technicians with the foundation to understand the pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus (DM), focusing on Type 1 DM and Type 2 DM. Diabetes is one of the most frequently encountered chronic health conditions in the pharmacy setting.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 11/21/2016
Expiration: 11/21/2019

 

Module 2. Identifying Oral Agents Used to Treat Diabetes

Topic: Diabetes

To educate pharmacy technicians about oral agents used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 1/30/2019
Expiration: 1/30/2022

 

Module 3. Overview of Non-Insulin Injectable Glucose-Lowering Agents

Topic: Diabetes , Medication Therapy Management

The goal of this CE module is to educate pharmacy technicians on the available non-insulin injectable medications for the management of diabetes.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 5/2/2019
Expiration: 5/2/2022

 

Module 4. Blood Glucose Monitoring

Topic: Diabetes , Medication Therapy Management

This module covers an essential piece to understanding how to achieve good diabetes control; self-monitoring blood glucose (SMBG). SMBG is the basis for any diabetes program that is established in the pharmacy. Interpretation of data will be discussed as well as accuracy of meters and the proper way to use home blood glucose meters.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.50
ACPE / Other / 1.50
Web Publication: 11/30/2016
Expiration: 11/30/2019

 

Module 6. Staying Alert for Insulin Safety: Promoting Safe Practices to Protect Patients

Topic: Diabetes , Patient Safety

To educate pharmacy technicians about insulin safety.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 2/6/2019
Expiration: 2/6/2022

 

Module 8. Diabetes and Nutrition 101

Topic: Diabetes , Medication Therapy Management

The goal of this CE module is to educate pharmacy technicians about what constitutes a healthy diet for patients with diabetes and how different food choices affect blood glucose control.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 5/2/2019
Expiration: 5/2/2022

 

Module 9. The Role of the Pharmacy Technician in Medication Therapy Management Services and the Importance of the Complete Medication Review

Topic: Diabetes

To provide pharmacy technicians with information on how medication therapy management services can be provided at the pharmacy level and describe how technicians can be directly involved in the medication review process.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 0.50
ACPE / Other / 0.50
Web Publication: 2/6/2019
Expiration: 2/6/2022

 

MEDICAL MARIJUANA: PHARMACOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS AND REGULATORY UPDATE

Topic: Law , Medical Marijuana

To provide an understanding of the pharmacology, and potential clinical uses of marijuana and its constituents and to provide a basis for appreciation of the controversy and legal issues surrounding evolving state and federal programs that attempt to regulate the availability of marijuana for medical and non-medical use.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 2.00
ACPE / Other / 2.00
Web Publication: 4/12/2019
Expiration: 4/12/2022

 

Insomnia 101: Dreaming of a Good Night’s Sleep

Topic: Neurology , Insomnia

To review the epidemiology, pathogenesis and adverse consequences of chronic insomnia and review interventions including non-pharmacological and pharmacological used for insomnia.

Accreditations/Hours:
ACPE / Pharm Tech / 1.00
ACPE / Other / 1.00
Web Publication: 4/29/2019
Expiration: 1/31/2021

 


Upcoming Webinars

One live webinar is available each month for 1 hour of live T-designated CE credit per month.

October 2019

Lipid Lowering Therapy

Presenter: Darrell Hulisz, RPh, PharmD
Date: October 30, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST

Webinar Details

November 2019

Otic Conditions

Presenter: W. Steven Pray, Ph.D., D.Ph.
Date: November 12, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST

December 2019

Dual Diagnosis of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders - Prevalence and Medication Management

Presenter: Carol A. Ott, PharmD, BCPP
Date: December 18, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST


*Note for Nevada: This library does not include a course specific to law in your state. All other courses and credit hours in this library meet your state requirement.

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