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MTM essentials for hypertension management, Part 1: New April CPE available
Management of hypertension in geriatric patients can be complicated. Nonpharmacologic treatment strategies such as lifestyle management can be important variables.
MTM essentials for management of CAD and PAD: New March CPE available
Treatment of CAD and PAD includes pharmacotherapy and lifestyle modifications. For patients, guidance and support from pharmacists can make a big difference.
MTM Essentials for Cholesterol Management: New February CPE available
The goal of this activity is to empower pharmacists to use current understanding of cholesterol management to improve patient care.
Clinical Updates in Diabetes Care: New January CPE available
Staying abreast of changes in diabetes care enables pharmacists to provide optimal evidence-based care for patients with diabetes
Multiple Sclerosis Part 2: New December CPE activity available
Through education and referral, pharmacists may help maintain the needs of patients with MS and improve patient outcomes and quality of life.
Improving patient outcomes in multiple sclerosis; considerations for medication therapy management: New November CPE activity available
With access to neurologists limited in many U.S. states, pharmacists who offer education and counseling can boost medication adherence and improve outcomes for patients with MS.
MTM considerations in osteoporosis care, Part 2: New October CPE activity available
The October CPE activity covers pharmacologic agents used in the management and treatment of osteoporosis, as well as issues in prevention and treatment.
Continuing professional development opportunities
A look at upcoming Continuing Pharmacy Education units on osteoporosis, multiple sclerosis, and cardiometabolic syndrome.
MTM considerations in osteoporosis care, Part 1: New September CPE activity available
The September activity covers pathophysiology, screening, and prevention strategies as related to pharmacists' care of patients with osteoporosis.
New pharm tech accreditation group formed
The Pharmacy Technician Accreditation Commission (PTAC), a group charged with overseeing pharmacy technician education and training programs, will begin operation next year.
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MTM Management of CAD and PAD March 2014 CPE

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