This program focuses on equipping pharmacists to translate pharmacogenomics science into daily practice.
Comprehensive Medication Management (CMM) is described as the standard of care that ensures each patient’s medications are individually assessed to determine if it is appropriate, effective, safe and able to be taken as intended by the patient.
The University of Florida, along with our public health allies throughout the state and nation have been closely monitoring the local, national, and worldwide developments during the last several weeks related to COVID-19. We have the made the decisions outlined below for the March 27-28 Consultant Pharamcist Certification Program and…
Medication errors and preventable adverse events remain a leading cause of death in the United States. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are key members of the healthcare team who should understand the risks of medication errors and strategies to prevent them.
The validation, dispensing, and counseling of controlled substances by pharmacists is a critical intervention point for resisting opioid misuse and ensuring safe and effective healthcare for the public.
Pharmacists can play a critical role in the care of persons living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This activity will provide an overview of the history, epidemiology, pathophysiology, and viral targets of antiretroviral therapy (ART).
March 8 - 10 | Orlando, FL: Join other clinicians, researchers, and thought leaders from medicine and pharmacy to receive cutting edge guidance from professionals with experience implementing genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics in a variety of settings.