Emergency Medicine Certificate Program

Activity Type: Application-based
Release Date: May 29, 2019
Expiration Dates: May 29, 2022
CE Credits: 27 hours
Activity Fee: $445 (member); $545 (nonmember)
 

Product Description 

This self-guided, online program is designed for participants to increase the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to provide optimal patient care in the emergency department.  The course presents key roles and responsibilities of pharmacists practicing in emergency medicine and further concentrates on the application of evidence-based pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies for disease states frequently encountered in this practice setting. Upon completion of all the modules, participants should be proficient in the fundamental concepts necessary to provide care and recommend appropriate pharmacotherapy for patients presenting to the emergency department. 

Professional Certificate Requirement 

Once a learner has successfully completed the educational curriculum, he/she will have the opportunity to complete a 115-question comprehensive exam. If the learner successfully completes the exam (minimum 80% passing rate; multiple attempts permitted), he/she earns the professional certificate.

Educational Activities

 

Module Title

ACPE Activity Number

Credit Hours

The Pharmacist’s Role in Emergency Medicine

0204-0000-19-755-H04-P

2.5

Trauma, Hemostasis, and Life Support

0204-0000-19-756-H01-P

3

Shock States

0204-0000-19-757-H01-P

2

Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Emergencies

0204-0000-19-758-H01-P

3.5

Infectious Diseases

0204-0000-19-759-H01-P

2.5

Neurologic and Psychiatric Emergencies

0204-0000-19-760-H01-P

2

Pain, Sedation, and Neuromuscular Blockade

0204-0000-19-761-H01-P

3

Acid-Base & Electrolyte Disorders and Oncologic & Hematologic Emergencies

0204-0000-19-762-H01-P

2

Gastrointestinal and Renal Emergencies

0204-0000-19-763-H01-P

1.5

Endocrine and Dermatologic Emergencies

0204-0000-19-764-H01-P

2

Toxicology and Special Populations

0204-0000-19-765-H01-P

3