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*This program has been approved by the Florida Board of Pharmacy to meet the requirements for Collaborative Practice Certification (FS §465.1865) to be eligible for Provider Approval by the Board of Pharmacy.
This NSU CPE activity offers additional special content to help you engage in Collaborative Practices with Primary Care Clinicians:
This program has three distinct components:
It is very important to review all of the program information on the program website, which lists your responsibilities prior to enrolling in this course.
Live (via Zoom) Workshop Agenda (starts ~8:00 a.m.; ends ~5:15 p.m.) (proposed)
A more detailed agenda will be furnished after registration.
Registration Information Please access the following Website to register:https://www.nova.edu/webforms/pharmacy/pharmacist-collaborative-practice-certification/index.html
A refund may be requested before you access the Canvas© Learning Management System. If requested, your registration fee minus a $75 administrative fee will be credited to the card used to enroll.
There will be no refund (partial or otherwise) once you have accessed the course content, or once the workshop starts.
Pharmacists, in a community, ambulatory care, health-system, or other practice setting who are interested in working in a collaborative relationship with a primary care physician. This Initial Collaborative Practice Course is specifically designed to meet the Florida Board of Pharmacy requirements for Collaborative Practice Certification as outlined in FS §465.1895.
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The American Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
The home-study portion of this certificate training program is approved for 12 contact hours (1.2 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education credit (UAN: 0092-0000-21-400-H01-P). The live, via Zoom, training workshop is approved for 8 contact hours (0.8 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education credit (UAN: 0092-0000-21-401-L01-P).
To obtain full credit for the Initial Collaborative Practices Certification, registrants must complete the home study activities, complete and pass both the self-study and final assessments with a grade of 70% or better, attend the entire live workshop, complete the activity evaluations, and claim CPE credit (using the correct NABP eProfile Number, birthdate, and Florida pharmacist license number). Participants must claim credit once each component is completed. Once credit has been claimed, transcripts of the earned CPE credits will be available online on both the Learner’s CE Broker and CPE Monitor profiles as soon as these organizations post them. The Certificate of Achievement will be available online upon successful completion of all the necessary activity requirements on line.
There will be two opportunities to complete each of the two assessments successfully. Please note that you will not be permitted to submit either assessment a third time. All assessment questions are randomized.
Activity Type: Practice-based
Target Audience: Pharmacists in all practice settings
Learning Level: Level 3
Home Study Initial Release Date: 14 November 2021
NSU’s Initial Collaborative Practices Certification training program (1st Edition), was developed by Nova Southeastern University. Copyright ©2022 by NSU COP.
Information in this message is correct at the time of distribution. Any needed alterations to the program or schedule will be made to the materials distributed during the workshop.
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Goar Alvarez, Pharm.D.Assistant Dean, Pharmacy ServicesNSU College of Pharmacy
Kalumi Ayala, Pharm.D., AAHIVPClinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Barry Bleidt, Ph.D., Pharm.D., RPh, FAPhA Professor, Sociobehavioral and Administrative Pharmacy NSU College of Pharmacy
Gayle Callahan, Pharm.D., CPh, BCPP Director of Pharmacy Services, Operation PAR, Inc. Pinellas Park, FL
Luigi Cubeddu, MD, MS, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences NSU College of Pharmacy
Tricia Gangoo-Dookhan, BSPharm, Pharm.D., CPh Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Mitch Ghen, DO, Ph.D., MS Integrative Medicine Physician, Author, Radio Host for Doctor Mitch Boca Raton, FL
Genevieve Hale, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCCP, CPh Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Tina Joseph, Pharm.D., BCACP Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Michelle Krichbaum, Pharm.D. Pain Management Clinical Coordinator Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital Broward Health Medical Center
Andrea Levin, Pharm.D., BCACP Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Robert McGory, Pharm.D. Associate Dean, Professional Program NSU College of Pharmacy
Cynthia Moreau, Pharm.D., BCACP Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Mamta Pansuria, Pharm.D. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
Elizabeth Sherman, Pharm.D., AAHIVP Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice NSU College of Pharmacy
The purpose of this certificate-training program is to prepare pharmacists with comprehensive knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to engage in Collaborative Practices. For this workshop portion, learners will be engaged in the following learning exercises: case study scenarios (building from simple to complex); active learning presentations; and interactive collaborative discussions.
The Pharmacist’s Patient Care Process model will be used to showcase the delivery of patient care across all practice settings. Learners will be guided through an interactive learning experience of collaborative chronic disease state management with their peers. This cooperative learning activity will begin with patient intake; followed by data assessment; next, developing a patient care plan; followed by implementing the designed plan; and finally, monitoring and documenting the patient’s progress and following-up with collaborators and the patient.
Upon completion of these activities, the participant should be able to:
Another key part of this Initial Collaborative Practices Certificate Program is gaining some experience in creating a representative CPA that meets the requirements of FS§465. Learners will participate in collaborative presentations and learning exercises with the program faculty and peers of developing a CPA in which you will be performing different patient care functions in managing a covered chronic disease state or condition. Upon completion of these activities, the participant should be able to: