Providing Medication Therapy Services Courses


St. Louis College of Pharmacy will be hosting a new Medication Therapy Service courses this summer. Each course will be a two day event at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy campus. Register today through the University to ensure your spot in these classes. For more information about each course, visit the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Continuing Education.

2-Day Program: Providing Medication Therapy Services »

Date: August 8-9, 2014

Location: St. Louis College of Pharmacy Campus, Jones Hall, 1390

Cost $300.00

Beginning Time: 8 a.m.-

Contact Hours: 17.00

Learning Objectives:

Application-based Objectives - UAN# 0033-0000-12-010-H03-P (6.5 hour CE credit or 0.65 CEUs)

At the completion of this component, participants should be able to: 
1. Use sound principles of evidence-based medicine as the foundation for providing medication therapy services. 
2. Find, evaluate, and use clinical practice guidelines in the development of medication therapy services. 
3. Develop a protocol for medication therapy services that meets the criteria identified by the Missouri Board of Pharmacy.

Knowledge-based Objectives - UAN# 0033-0000-12-009-L03-P (10.5 hours CE credit or 1.05 CEUs)
At the completion of this component, participants should be able to: 
1. Comply with Missouri rules and regulations for providing Medication Therapy Services according to a written protocol between a pharmacist and a physician. 
2. Perform patient-specific and evidence-based assessments of a patient’s medical problems and pharmacotherapy. 
3. Formulate medication-related interventions to achieve patient-specific therapeutic goals and minimize adverse drug events. 
4. Develop a medication- and disease-specific monitoring plan to achieve therapeutic goals. 
5. Implement an effective patient-specific education and counseling plan to optimize drug therapy outcomes. 
6. Perform medication reconciliation between transitions of care and assess the appropriateness of active medications. 
7. Document activities performed during patient encounters, including assessments, interventions, patient education, and clinical outcomes.