GPhA Education Resources
Prevent medication errors
You’ve heard about the recent Chicago Tribune investigation that discovered numerous instances in which pharmacists failed to identify potentially deadly drug interactions. The fact is, adverse interactions are preventable and YOU are the patients’ last line of defense.
This was a wake-up call to the profession; we simply cannot let this happen here.
Georgia pharmacists are shocked and disappointed, and we are going to bend over backwards to make sure that patients of Peach State pharmacies are kept safer from medication errors and dangerous interactions.
A major first step is this webinar. Take it, and have your employees take it.
Preventing Medication Errors in the Retail Setting:What Pharmacists MUST Know, Do, and Say is free for all Georgia pharmacists.
Several times during the year we offer diabetes certification, MTM certification, and of course the APhA’s immunization certification course.
We also have a lot of info on Diabetes Self Management Education — check out GPhA.org/dsme.
Practical Skills Refresher
Pharmacy school graduates and out-of-state transfers alike love GPhA’s Practical Skills Refresher Courses. Why? Because they’re concentrated, four-hour courses on the terminology, measurements, and procedures you’ll use in the day-to-day practice of pharmacy*.
If you’re a student pharmacist or a transfer to Georgia, you want this course for review of critical parts of the pharmacy school curriculum.
CPEasy: Lots of courses, lots of credit (not lots of money)
You asked for it: Simple, timely, relevant CPE courses you can take in your PJs. Meet CPEasy: Web-based courses you can take anytime that can help you become a more effective healthcare provider — and your pharmacy more efficient and more profitable. To find a class that’s right for you, visit GPhA.org/cpeasy.
Technicians: are you scratching your head over revisions to Georgia PDMP policy? Pharmacists, do you want to ensure that you and your entire team know how to navigate the new requirements in a penalty-avoiding sort of way?
We’ve got you covered with Complying with Georgia’s PDMP Updates: A Primer for Pharmacists and Technicians — part of our CPEasy program of live and on-demand online training.
More information at GPhA.org/pdmp.
Printable CPE Lessons
The Georgia Pharmacy Association offers these approved CPE lessons for you to read, download, and receive credit for.
To receive that credit, print and take the quiz at the end of each article and mail it to:
Ohio Pharmacy Association
2674 Federated Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43235-4990
All statements of credit are now uploaded to CPE Monitor. They will not be mailed.
2015 – 2017 CPE Articles
April 2017: Opioid Abuse in Ohio
March 2017: Fluoroquinolones
February 2017: AACE and ACE Guidelines
January 2017: Briviact, Cinqair, Nuplazid, and Taltz, Oh My
December 2016: Asthma
November 2016: Long-Acting Contraceptives
October 2016: Hepatitis
September 2016: Pulmonary Disease in Cystic Fibrosis
August 2016: Prebiotics, Probiotics, and Synbiotics
July 2016: Medical Errors & Technology
June 2016: New Drugs: Corlanor+
May 2016: Naloxone
April 2016: Lactation and Pregnancy
March 2016: Pneumococcal Disease
February 2016: Cholesterol, Praluent, Repatha
January 2016: Mental Illness Counseling
November 2015: New Drug: Dalvance
September 2015: Heart Failure
July 2015: New Drug: Cyramza
May 2015: Macular Degeneration
February/March 2015: Parkinson’s
Older CPE Articles
2014-December | Due: 9/15/2017:
New Drugs: Impavido, Myalept, Neuraceq and Otezla
2014 October | Due: 6/15/2017:
New Drugs, Aptiom, Imbruvica, Luzu and Sovaldi