Precision Medicine and Pharmacogenomics

Continuing Pharmacy Education programs on precision medicine and pharmacogenomics are available through the UF College of Pharmacy Office of Continuing Education. Available courses include a self-paced, fully online pharmacist certificate program and short courses on selected pharmacogenomics topics, including drug metabolism, oncology, adverse drug reactions, electronic health records, and clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics.


Implementing Pharmacogenomics into Clinical Practice Certificate Program (2nd Edition)

This program is designed to equip the pharmacist with the knowledge necessary to implement pharmacogenomics into clinical practice in a variety of settings. Leading experts in the field of pharmacogenomics will provide educational content focusing on the following: background of pharmacogenomics, aspects of pharmacogenomic testing (laboratory considerations and interpretation of results), clinical implications of pharmacogenomics in multiple disease states including cardiology, oncology, pain management, and psychiatry, and adverse drug reactions (ADRs). Learners who complete the program and earn the certificate will be able to utilize pharmacogenomics resources, apply pharmacogenomics to clinical care, and implement pharmacogenomics in diverse clinical settings.