Pharmacy Practice Webinars
We are proud to present our associates with the following pharmacy practice webinars, designed to share practical tips and strategies to help pharmacists provide medication management services to their patients efficiently and effectively.
NOTE: All registrants for CPhA webinars will receive a link to view the webinar recording once it has finished. Webinar attendees may further download the slide deck during the live webinar, and both the recording and the slide deck may be accessed post-webinar from the CPhA Webinar Archives page.
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Here is a list of the 2018 and 2017 webinar topics. Log in to view the library.
- Pharmacists as Antimicrobial Stewards: Fighting Resistance Needs Your Assistance
- An Interprofessional Approach to Treating Patients with Opioid Use Disorder; Part 1 and 2
- Prevention and management of diabetes: What is new and exciting in the 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines
- Pharmacists – An Integral Member of the Diabetes Care Team
- Non-prescription therapies for fever and pain management in children
- Prescriptions and Politics: Drug pricing reform and the implementation of pharmacare in Canada
- Pharmacists Embracing the Principles of Choosing Wisely
- Protecting Your Patients from HPV
- Partnering with Patients in Medication Safety
- Prevention and management of statin-associated myopathy: A practical approach for pharmacists
- The Pharmacist's Evolving Role in Medical Abortion: Optimizing Patient Care
- With A Little Help From My Friends: The role of non-statin therapy in the management of dyslipidemia
- Direct Oral Anticoagulants — What's New & Important and What's Old & Important: Practical Implications for Pharmacists
- Street Fentanyl and Its Analogues — What Pharmacists Need to Know
- The Pharmacist's Role in Major Depressive Disorder: Optimizing Care
- Hypertension: A “Sprint” to the Finish
- Antibiotics & Common Infections: Stewardship, Effectiveness, Safety and Clinical Pearls
- Mental Health Services in Community Pharmacy: Lessons from the Bloom Program