New Mexico
Pharmacists Association

New Mexico Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority for Contraception

  • Tuesday, December 11, 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • https://hscmoodle.health.unm.edu/ & Project ECHO

Registration

  • Registrations after 12/4 are responsible for parking by using the limited pay stations
  • Must be verified by NMPhA as current Chain Drug Coalition Member / MUST REGISTER BY 12/4/18
  • Registrations after 12/4 are responsible for parking by using the limited pay stations
  • MUST REGISTER BY 12/4/18

Register

New Mexico Pharmacist Web Based & Live Training

"Prescriptive Authority for Hormonal Contraception"

MUST BE A CURRENT NMPhA MEMBER OR CHAIN DRUG COALITION MEMBER prior to registering for course.

This course consists of 4 hours of home-study and 2 hours of live training.   You must successfully complete the home-study portion prior to getting registered for the live session.  Please contact Julie Weston at the NMPhA office with any questions at jweston@nmpharmacy.org or 505-265-8729.  Once you have registered and paid, UNM will forward Moodle log-in instructions within 24 - 48 hrs.

“New Mexico Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority for Contraception”  ACPE #0104-0000-17-065-H01-P  4 contact hrs. / 0.4 CEUs

Upon completion of this knowledge-based program, participants will be able to:  1)  Explain the need for Pharmacist Prescribed Contraceptives in New Mexico; 2)  Define what family planning means, the role of family planning programs, and cost savings by family planning programs for families and communities; 3)  Introduce the US MEC Summary Chart and its use and review its history; 4)  Present and review the documents/protocol created for New Mexico Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority for contraception; 5)  Identify available contraceptive methods and mechanism of action/effectiveness of available contraceptives; 6)  Define common side effects of HC and how to manage those side effects appropriately; 7)  Describe important features of effective communication with patients and proper patient communication techniques to be used in the pharmacy for successful outcomes; 8)  Review how to help the patient choose the best method based on a focused health history and individual needs, the significance of informed consent and the proper consenting process, and confidentiality needs of the patient and 9)  Describe a workflow process in pharmacy practice to furnish patients with self-administered contraceptives.

 “New Mexico Pharmacist Prescriptive Authority for Contraception Live Requirement”  ACPE #0104-0000-18-016-L04-P  2 contact hrs. / 0.2 CEUs

Upon completion of this knowledge-based program, participants will be able to: 1)  Provide a brief review of key facts concerning hormonal contraception; 2)  Review sample patient cases; 3)  Offer the opportunity to ask questions and clarify issues in providing hormonal contraceptive care; 4)  Identify the best resources for building clinical skills and 5)  Offer pharmacy-specific practice suggestions.

HANDOUTS

PROGRAM SLIDES FOR DOWNLOAD

OCConsent2017.doc (2).docx

3NM Self-Screening Risk Assessment Questionnaire.docx

DOWNLOAD USMEC APP AND HAVE AVAILABLE DURING THE TRAINING!

To receive CPE + New Mexico Prescriptive Authority you must:

1.        Provide full payment of training

2.        Review all content

3.       Passing grade of 80% on the post quiz in the home-study portion

4.     Complete program evaluation in live portion

Participants are required to turn in a completed program evaluation form to receive the designated CEUs.  Your CPE credits will be submitted into the CPE Monitor Database within 60 days based on the information provided on this form.  Full NM HC prescriptive authority will not be acknowledged until the full 6 hour training is complete, a passing quiz grade and full payment has been received.

The New Mexico Pharmacists Association is accredited by the

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.  This knowledge-based program provides 4.0 contact hours (0.4 CEUs) of continuing pharmacy education home-study credit and is designed for pharmacists. The additional knowledge-based live program offers 2.0 contact hrs. (0.2 CEUs) CPE credit.   Participants must have a passing grade of 80% on the home-study quiz and are required to turn in a completed program evaluation form to receive the designated CEUs.  Your CPE credits  will be submitted into the CPE Monitor Database within 60 days based on the information provided on the program evaluation form. 

LIVE TRAINING SESSIONS SCHEDULED: - Project ECHO, 1650 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM  87102 (Attendees can attend live or via web-conferencing.)

December 11, 2018 - 10am - Noon (MST) - Submarine Conference Room

 *Please note:  Live attendees will be charged an additional $8 for a parking pass.  If you don’t register at least 1 week prior to the training, limited pay stations will be available on site.


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