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2018 Pediatric and Adolescent Patients for Technicians (T)

Pediatric patients (ages 1 to 12 years) and adolescent patients (ages 13 to 18 years) have special pharmaceutical care needs because their bodies are constantly changing as they mature. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Neonatal and Infant Patients for Technicians (T)

Neonatal and infant patients have special pharmaceutical care needs because many biological processes are underdeveloped at birth. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 22-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Initial Skills Assessment-Pharmacy Technician (T)

This module provides a 30-question initial skills assessment appropriate for pharmacy technicians.
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2018 Geriatric Patients for Technicians (T)

Geriatric patients (patients older than 65 years of age) represent a significant population to consider when providing pharmaceutical care. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and an 11-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Adult Patients for Technicians (T)

Biological processes responsible for drug disposition are fully developed in adult patients. However, throughout adulthood these functions may experience changes that can alter drug disposition. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 9-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Psychiatric Patients (P)

Psychiatric illnesses are disorders that exhibit a wide, often overlapping array of symptoms. Therefore, a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation is critical in determining appropriate treatment. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 14-question competency assessment exam.
med therapy management accreditation
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2018 Pediatric and Adolescent Patients for Pharmacists (P)

Pediatric patients (ages 1 to 12 years) and adolescent patients (ages 13 to 18 years) have special pharmaceutical care needs because their bodies are constantly changing as they mature. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 17-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Patient Counseling (P)

Patient education and counseling is a fundamental component of pharmaceutical care. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 10-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Parenteral Anticoagulant Therapy (P)

The anticoagulant class of medications is frequently used in the inpatient setting and often continued in the outpatient setting. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Pain Management (P)

Pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. Pain is often undertreated or untreated in various healthcare settings. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 20-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Oral Anticoagulant Therapy (P)

The recent approval of newer oral anticoagulant agents has added valuable options to the treatment and prevention of thromboembolic events. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Oncology Patients (P)

Cancer may affect biological function, causing organ dysfunction, metabolic imbalances, altered levels of plasma proteins, altered drug metabolism, and changes in senses, such as taste. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and an 11-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Obstetric Patients (P)

Obstetric patients have special pharmaceutical care needs. When choosing medication therapies for pregnant and lactating women, risk versus benefit to the mother and child must be considered. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and an 18-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Neonatal and Infant Patients for Pharmacists (P)

Because many biological processes are underdeveloped at birth, neonatal and infant patients have special pharmaceutical care needs. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 17-question competence assessment exam.
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2018 Medication Dosing in Patients with Renal Dysfunction (P)

The kidneys are a major route of elimination for many medications and waste products produced by the body. Therefore, loss of renal function can affect the management of medication therapy. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 14-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Medication Dosing in Patients with Hepatic Dysfunction (P)

Changes in drug disposition caused by hepatic dysfunction affect the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic parameters of medications. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 10-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Intravenous to Oral Therapy Conversion (P)

In the past, patients were switched to oral therapy to continue treatment after an adequate course of IV therapy was administered. Today, it's common to choose oral therapy as part of the initial treatment. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 10-question assessment exam.
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2018 Initial Skills Assessment-Pharmacist (P)

This module provides a 50-question initial skills assessment appropriate for pharmacists.
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2018 Geriatric Patients for Pharmacists (P)

Age-related changes may impact the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of drugs and could result in drug toxicity or unusual pharmacologic responses that do not normally occur in younger adults. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Antibiotic Streamlining (P)

Antibiotic streamlining is one of the most important methods pharmacists can use to encourage appropriate antibiotic use, limit the development of bacterial resistance, and improve patient care. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 17-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Aminoglycoside Dosing (P)

All aminoglycoside antibiotics share similar antibacterial activity and have bactericidal activity against gram-negative pathogens. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 9-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Adult Patients for Pharmacists (P)

Because physiological changes that develop with age do not occur consistently among individuals or in all organ systems within one person, their effect on drug disposition may not be predictable. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 10-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Adult Parenteral Nutrition (P)

When patients need nutrition support, use of the GI tract is the best route and should be used. However, sometimes nutrition may need to be delivered intravenously, which is parenteral nutrition. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 25-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Adult Enteral Nutrition (P)

Candidates for enteral nutrition include individuals who have a functional GIT but have clinical conditions, which make oral intake impossible, inadequate, or unsafe. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and an 18-question competency assessment exam.
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2018 Repackaging Medications (P, T)

Pharmacies that repackage medications must employ procedures that ensure the quality and integrity of the medications. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 13-question competence assessment exam.
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