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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.
accreditation pharmacotherapy
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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.
med therapy management accreditation
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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.
accreditation nutrition/tpn
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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.
accreditation nutrition/tpn
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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.
quality assurance accreditation
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2018 Medication Safety (P, T)

Medication safety work will never end; we cannot perfect humans or equipment, but we certainly can create more reliable systems. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 10-question competency assessment exam.
quality assurance accreditation
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2018 Medication Area Inspections (P, T)

It is the pharmacy’s responsibility to ensure the integrity and control of all medications in a healthcare facility, regardless of their source or where they are stored. This module also contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 20-question competence assessment exam.
quality assurance accreditation
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2018 Initial Skills Assessment-General (P, T)

This module provides a 41-question initial skills assessment appropriate for either pharmacists or pharmacy technicians.
accreditation pharmacy technicians
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2018 Information Management (P, T)

Information is an important resource for the provision of quality patient care. To use information effectively, it is necessary to manage it efficiently. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competence assessment exam.
informatics/technology accreditation
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2018 Infection Prevention (P, T)

The CDC estimates that each year, two million patients admitted to hospitals in the United States acquire infections unrelated to the reason for their hospitalization. This module contains learning objectives, a study guide, and a 12-question competence assessment exam.
infectious diseases accreditation