Virtual MSCP/MSPT Joint Educational Event, Live Your Best Life, Converted to Self-study
If you missed the opportunity to participate in the MSCP and MSPT virtual educational event, Live Your Best Life, on May 15, the recorded series of programs are being offered for home study credit. Topics include breaking down barriers of behavioral health, optimizing health using supplements and diet, understanding the human/animal bond and a healthy great place to work culture begins with trust. Click here for more information and to purchase.
MPA/MSCP Pharmacist Member $80
Pharmacist Nonmember $160
MPA/MSPT Technician Member $35
Technician Nonmember $70
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH—BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS: HELPING PATIENTS LIVE THEIR BEST LIVES
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-21-202-L04-P, 0112-0000-21-202-L04-T; 1.5 contact hours
Taylor Pettit-Rademacker, LMSW, CAADC, workforce development trainer, Cherry Health, Grand Rapids, Mich. and Lori Heetderks, CPhT, 340B program coordinator and pharmacy technician, Cherry Health, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to recognize and describe common barriers and how to overcome them, identify patient population and services provided at Cherry Health, identify signs of patient non-adherence to medications, and describe individual roles in increasing the well-being of patients.
FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH: OPTIMIZE HEALTH USING SUPPLEMENTS AND DIET
ACPE Universal Activity # 0112-0000-21-203-L04-P, 0112-0000-21-203-L04-T; 1.5 contact hours
Brandi Grimmer, PhT, nutritional consultant, Keystone Pharmacy, Wyoming, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to explain the difference between the Standard American Diet and Mediterranean Diet, identify resources for patients of their practice, discuss the recommended dosing of the cure supplements, and explain how nutrients are depleted with common medications.
UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN/ANIMAL BOND
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-21-204-L01-P, 0112-0000-21-204-L01-T; 1.5 contact hours
Dr. Jill Sackman, DVM, Ph.D., owner and CEO, Animal Behavior Consultants of Michigan, PLC, Oxford, Mich. and Ginny Mikita, JD, attorney, Mikita Kruse Law Center, Animal Chaplain, Animal Blessings, Rockford, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to discuss a transition care plan for individuals going back to work after being home during COVID in order to decrease the burden of separation anxiety in one’s pet and ourselves., discuss the medications appropriate for a pet experiencing separation anxiety and other behavioral issues, discuss pet medications for chronic health conditions, discuss coping mechanisms to deal with a terminally ill pet and medications used in end of life care/palliative care.
A HEALTHY “GREAT PLACE TO WORK” CULTURE BEGINS WITH TRUST
ACPE Universal Activity #0112-0000-21-205-L04-P, 0112-0000-21-205-L04-T; 1.5 contact hours
Pinky McPherson, MEd, owner and lead facilitator, PMc Consulting LLC, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, participants should be able to explain why a healthy workplace culture is important for the success of an organization, describe three key components of this culture, and differentiate between Vulnerability-based, Trust and Predictive Trust and explain why Vulnerability-based trust is important for a Great Place to Work/Healthy Workplace culture.
CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
Refunds will not be given after purchase.