CE Courses


Food and Lifestyle Interactions with Warfarin

Food and Lifestyle Interactions with Warfarin

The cornerstone of effective warfarin therapy is the relationship between health care providers and patient. It is imperative that providers be aware of and incorporate all potential food and lifestyle interactions into a patient's dosing regimen and counsel the patient on the best lifestyle and diet choices.
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To add your NCPA Member ID and CPE Monitor Number to your Pharmacist eLink Profile please follow these instructions.

Pharmacists and technicians will not get continuing education after 1/1/13 without a CPE Monitor number!

CPE MonitorAct today! The system for getting CE credit is changing! The good news is that you won’t have to hold onto your paper statements of credit or track your CE credit on numerous websites any longer. The change takes place January of 2013 so register at www.myCPEmonitor.net today to make sure your ability to get CE is problem free! The new system is the CPE Monitor and it works directly with the State Boards of Pharmacy.


Implementing Pharmacogenomics in Pharmacy Practice

Implementing Pharmacogenomics in Pharmacy Practice

Understanding and applying genetic knowledge of how people differ can enable health care professionals to provide tailored and more targeted therapy, enabling patients to have better outcomes with fewer adverse effects and lower health care costs.
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Making the Grade: Practical Strategies for Improving Medication Adherence

Making the Grade: Practical Strategies for Improving Medication Adherence

You'll get an up-close look at three pharmacy practices just like yours to see how they are pioneering unique new approaches to traditional adherence services in ways that are both beneficial to their patients and profitable to their pharmacy. Discover what initiatives are underway at the local and national level, and how you can leverage these programs to help earn your patients (and your pharmacy) a spot on the dean's list.
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Over-the-Counter Medications for Pets

Over-the-Counter Medications for Pets

Pets are an expanding population of patients for pharmacists. With differences in drug metabolism, anatomy and sensitivities, it is clear that these patients are not just "small humans." It's the pharmacist's responsibility to be able to make safe and accurate recommendations of OTC medications for these four-legged patients. Dosing recommendations do not rely on simply decreasing the dose for the size of the animal but also taking into consideration differences in metabolism, drug sensitivities, vehicle and anatomy. As with any OTC product recommendation, caution should be exercised as there is always the possibility that a product can exacerbate or mask a more serious condition.
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