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    Part1: Recognition and referral to enhance recovery: The pharmacist’s role in managing opioid use disorder

    The pharmacist’s role in managing opioid use disorder


    February 2016  

    Session code for pharmacists: 16DT02-XTK28
    Session code for pharmacy technicians: 16DT02-JCT39

    This month’s CE activity is open for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, "Part 1: Recognition and referral to enhance recovery: The pharmacist's role in managing opioid use disorder." Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can earn up to 2 hours of CPE credit for completing this knowledge-based activity from the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and Drug Topics.

    The goal of this program is to enhance knowledge and awareness of opioid use disorder in order to identify and effectively manage patients at risk of overdose.

    To read and print the article with TEST QUESTIONS, click here.

    To proceed to the online exams and earn up to 2 CPE credits, click here to log in with the session code for pharmacists 16DT02-XTK28 or the session code for pharmacy technicians 16DT02-JCT39.

    Copy the appropriate session code above before logging into the Online CE Center. When the page for the Online CE Center opens, paste the session code into the appropriate field, under your NABP ID.

    First-time users must pre-register in the Online CE Center.


    The login to the Online CE Center is https://web2.uconn.edu/pharmacyce/login.php.

    To review you registration page to ensure the data is up to date, or to register,

    go to https://web2.uconn.edu/pharmacyce/program_register.php.

    For a full list of courses, go to http://pharmacy.uconn.edu/academics/ce/drug-topics-and-uconn-ce/

    Anita N. Jackson, PharmD
    Anita N. Jackson, PharmD, is a clinical associate professor, University of Rhode Island, College of Pharmacy, Kingston, RI.
    Jeffrey P. Bratberg, PharmD, BCPS
    Jeffrey P. Bratberg, PharmD, BCPS, is a clinical professor of Pharmacy Practice, University of Rhode Island, College of Pharmacy, ...


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