View offerings available to meet Florida Board of Pharmacy license renewal needs. Offerings include subjects such as controlled substances, medication errors, HIV/AIDS, Collaborative Practice, and Test and Treat.
This certificate training program focuses on topics related to collaborative practice agreements between pharmacists and physicians. This program will expand upon content included in the initial Collaborative Practice Agreement Program program.
This Pharmacy-Based Test and Treat Recertification Course focuses on topics related to point-of-care testing and treatment for minor, non-chronic disease states between pharmacists and physicians in the state of Florida.
This activity will provide an overview of the medications used in the treatment of HIV. Specifically, discussed will be the different classes of antiretrovirals, including the mechanism of action, common side effects, drug-drug interactions, and limitations or special considerations which are unique to specific agents.
This program will provide an introduction address current treatment regimens, individual and community-level prevention and treatment of youth living with HIV/AIDS, and opportunities and barriers for inclusion of youth in HIV/AIDS clinical trials. Additionally, we will review Florida law as it pertains to HIV testing, including partner notification, privilege to warn, and testing in pregnant women.
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are key members of the healthcare team who should understand the risks of medication errors and strategies to prevent them. This course is approved by the Florida Board of Pharmacy to fulfill the medication errors licensure renewal requirements outlined in Rule 64B16-26.103.
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. This course is approved by the Florida Board of Pharmacy to fulfill the medication errors licensure renewal requirements outlined in Rule 64B16-26.103.
This continuing Education program will provide guidance to practicing pharmacists and pharmacy technicians on the recognition of human trafficking and what subsequent action steps can be taken to best support victims of trafficking.