Pharmacotherapy - Recertification

Recertification Credit for Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialists (BCPS)

2022 Launch Calendar
Launch Month Product Recert Hours
February 2 Recertification Course (Core Therapeutic Modules included)* up to 21 contact hours
February 2 Intensive Studies up to 6.5 contact hours
April 13 Literature Study Module 1 up to 15 contact hours
October 19 Literature Study Module 2 up to 15 contact hours

*You may complete the CTM portion of this course every year, however, per BPS you may only complete the recertification course up to two times, in nonconsecutive years, during your recertification cycle

 

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Pharmacotherapy Specialty Recertification Literature Study: Module 1A-C (Cert # L229101)

The Literature Study Module provides immediate access to peer-selected, contemporary articles that are relevant to specialty practice. After learners read and analyze the articles and view the online presentation, they must successfully complete an online assessment to earn recertification credit.
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Pharmacotherapy Specialty Review Course for Recertification, Core Therapeutic Modules + RECERT EXAMS Package (Cert # L219218)

This online course is for individuals seeking BCPS recertification credit. With this course, get comprehensive, practical guidance, with a variety of complex cases, including references for further study.
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Intensive Studies for Recertification: Pharmacotherapy (Cert # L229093)

The Pharmacotherapy Intensive Studies for Recertification Package consists of 4 activities and provides up to 6.5 contact hours of recertification credit through a high-level, interactive discussion on contemporary and emerging issues in pharmacotherapy.
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Pharmacotherapy Specialty Core Therapeutic Module Package for Recertification (Cert # L219275)

The Core Therapeutic Modules for Recertification Package has of 5 activities on the topics of psychiatric disorders, rheumatology, heart failure, renal disease, and patient education and health literacy. In each activity, faculty review clinical topics and practice skills with a case-based approach.
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