As the role of the pharmacist expands, you need more advanced knowledge and skills to provide your patients with the best possible care. We offer a series of high-quality continuing professional development programs for pharmacists to help you deliver expanded medication management services with confidence.
If you’d like to provide care in areas of expanded scope, chronic disease management and reimbursable professional services, we can help.
Register now! Managing Your Pharmacy: The Business Essentials
How to apply business and management theory to day-to-day operations, using cases and lessons learned from leaders in the pharmacy industry. Based on the recently revised, comprehensive Pharmacy Management in Canada
textbook. (27.0 CEUs)
NEW! Medical Cannabis: Applying the Evidence to Practice
Building on concepts outlined in An Introduction to Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids, this course explores therapeutic indications for which there is substantial moderate quality evidence for the use of cannabis or cannabinoids, including treatment of spasticity, chronic pain, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
Conference 2017 Recordings
Select sessions from Canadian Pharmacists Conference 2017 in Quebec City, including opioids management, MAiD, home health care and more! Available exclusively for members of provincial pharmacy associations and AFPC. (5.5 CEUs)
2018 coming soon!
(Savoir-Analyse-Conseil-Suivi|Learn-Evaluate-Advise-Follow-up) Nouvelles possibilitiés de formation continue! Gratuites pour les membres à l'APhC. (3.0 UFC)
— Learn how to assess and prescribe for the range of minor ailments for which provincial authority has been extended, with this new series of educational modules on 32 conditions. (35.25 CEUs)
— learn how to order, monitor and interpret lab test results to make better decisions for patient care. (12.75 CEUs)
— this program will enhance your skills, confidence and ability to provide smoking cessation services. (5 CEUs)
Pharmacy Practice Webinars
— specifically designed to provide pharmacists with practical tips to enable them to offer additional services to their patients with confidence and authority.