The first component of the Collaborative Practice Agreement Certification is a a 12-hour fully online, self-paced educational program. To successfully complete this part the learner will need to earn a grade of 70% or more.
The second component of the Collaborative Practice Agreement certificate is an 8-hour interactive live, online seminar.
After attending the live seminar, students must complete the online assessment and program evaluation and earn a grade of 70% or more in order to receive credit.
This program is comprised of independent learning activities (Part 1) and one live session (Part 2). Each module in Part 1 must be completed in sequential order and all must be completed to pass and participate in the online live skill-building session.
Part 1 This 12-hour fully online, self-paced section provides the following: 1) overview of collaborative practice agreements (CPAs) in the State of Florida; 2) review of treatment, physical assessment, and management of diseases and health conditions listed in Florida Board of Pharmacy Statutes; and 3) guidance for establishing and maintaining CPAs in practice. Content will be provided via the eLearning platform, Canvas, and includes a combination of recorded lectures, supplemental readings, and interactive cases. To demonstrate active participation, the learner will be required to complete a self-study assessment with a passing score of 70% or more.
Part 2 This live, fully online 8-hour program that includes interaction with program faculty, facilitators, and other learners. This program will focus on the following: 1) the assessment and care of chronic health conditions; 2) writing and entering into CPAs; and 3) developing a business model and marketing plan for your practice. Learners will be required to actively participate via polling questions and breakout rooms with cameras on during the entire live session. Learners will receive a passcode at the completion of this live seminar to unlock the final assessment in Canvas.
Final Assessment includes content from Parts 1 and 2 of the program. This assessment will gauge the learner’s knowledge and ability to apply the content learned. The learner will be expected to pass this exam with a score of 70% or more. This assessment must be completed within 30 days of the live seminar.
Self-Study, Online Program (12 contact hours)
Module 1: Overview of Collaborative Practice Agreements in the State of Florida (3.0 contact hours)
- Patient Care in the Ambulatory Setting
- Practice Agreements and Protocols
- Collaborative Practice in the State of Florida
Module 2: Treating and Managing Diseases and Health Conditions (3.0 contact hours)
- Cardiology, Diabetes, and Obesity
Module 3: Treating and Managing Diseases and Health Conditions (3.0 contact hours)
- Respiratory Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Arthritis, and Substance Abuse
Module 4: Establishing and Maintaining Collaborative Agreements in Practice (3.0 contact hours)
- Entering Into Successful Collaborations with Other Providers
- Documentation and Communication Strategies for Collaborative Practice
- Building a Business Model for Collaborative Practice
Live CPE Content (8.0 Contact Hours)
Part 1: Assessment and Care of Chronic Health Conditions
Part 2: Writing and Entering into a Collaborative Practice Agreement
Learners will be required to develop a representative collaborative practice agreement for a new pharmacy service. Participants will be guided through interactive live lectures and assignments with faculty.
Part 3: Developing a Business Model and Marketing Plan for Your Collaborative Practice
Participants will be guided through interactive live lectures and assignments with faculty for the purposes of developing a business model and marketing plan for their collaborative practice. In combination with live lectures, learners will work in teams to complete a Business Plan Template for their collaborative practice, SWOT Analysis, and create a 30-second “commercial” for their new service.
Completion of Online Assessment and Evaluation
Complete and pass a 50-question assessment that requires the learner to pass with a score of at least 70%.