AzPA Immunization Certificate Program

SEPTEMBER 29-30TH | GLENDALE, AZ

This program is an interactive educational program that provides pharmacists and student pharmacists with the skills necessary to become primary sources for vaccine advocacy, education, and administration.

APhA Delivering Medication Therapy Management

OCTOBER 13th | TUCSON, AZ

This program presents a systematic approach for developing, implementing, delivering, and sustaining MTM services. The purpose of this certificate training program is to prepare pharmacists to improve medication use through the delivery of MTM services in a variety of practice settings.

AzPA Anticoagulation Certificate Program

NOVEMBER 9, 2018 | FLAGSTAFF, AZ

Gain an understanding of the clotting cascade and mechanisms of action of anticoagulant therapies, a detailed focus on factors which influence therapy and knowledge of current guidelines.

AzPA Psychiatric Certificate Program

DECEMBER 15th | TUCSON, AZ

A practice-based activity designed for pharmacists in all practice settings. The intent of this training program is to provide additional training in the area of psychiatric pharmacy to enhance pharmacists’ clinical knowledge that can be applied directly to the patients they serve.

AzPA Pain Management Certificate Program

DECEMBER 8th | VIRTUAL WEBINAR

Innovative and comprehensive learning activity developed to assist pharmacists to maintain and enhance their professional competencies in pain management.

 

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    Developing drugs to treat central nervous system (CNS) disorders on average required 20 percent more time than other drugs that won marketing approval in the U.S. from 2000 through 2017, and took 38 percent longer to win that approval, according to a newly completed analysis by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development. […]

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

AzPA IMZ Certificate Training Program

09/29/2018

APhA MTM Certificate Program

10/13/2018

Anticoagulation Certificate Program

11/09/2018

Pain Management Certificate Program

12/08/2018

Psychiatric Certificate Program

12/15/2018

Arizona Pharmacy Foundation's Annual Ball

02/02/2019