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This course  takes account of current thinking and research about rape and the way it is handled in practice within the criminal justice system, and challenge widely held but inaccurate beliefs about rape. It brings together leading researchers in the field from psychology, sociology and law, considering new research and presenting new data from a strong theoretical and contextual base.The main focus of this course is on adult victims of rape, with lessons exploring such issues as rape and the media, the use of alcohol and drugs in rape, police decision making on rape cases, conviction patterns in rape trials, and interviewing victims of rape and sexual assault.

This course provides the necessary background information for students to understand the biology of HIV/ AIDS, while also providing information on critical epidemiological patterns and research developments. The course addresses the modes of transmission, including transmission from a healthcare worker to a patient and the patient to the healthcare worker; infection control procedures, including universal precautions; epidemiology of the disease; related infections, including tuberculosis (TB); clinical management; prevention; and current Florida law on AIDS, its impact on testing, confidentiality of test results, and treatment of patients. This course covers reporting, the offering of HIV testing to pregnant women, and partner notification issues pursuant to Sections 381.004 and 384.25, F.S..

Approved Credit: 1 Hr
Cost: $45.00
Course Tracking #20-509729

As a part of the biennial renewal, pharmacists are required to complete a two (2) hour Florida Board of Pharmacy approved course on Medication Errors. The course must contain the following components: (a) root-cause analysis; (b) error reduction and prevention; (c) patient safety. The two-hour program may be applied towards the thirty-hour continuing education requirement. (64B16-26.103) 

Approved Credit: 3 Hrs
Cost: $45.00
Course Tracking #20-506983 

This course is about pharmaceutical medication terminology, abbreviations, and symbols. It covers medication errors, medication safety, error reduction and prevention strategies.

Approved Credit: 3 Hrs
Cost: $35.00
Course Tracking #20-537809

This course provides and overview of the history of pharmacy and the role of pharmacy in United States Health Care System.  It explores the role of the Pharmacist and the Pharmacy Technician; and addresses confidentiality and basic instruction on patient rights and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). 

Approved Credit: 3 Hrs
Cost: $40.00
Course Tracking #20-529120

This online HIPAA training course provides the education pharmacy professionals need to master HIPAA privacy and security laws. In this course learners will identify
measures to protect patient confidentiality, explain Protected Health Information, identify privacy legislation and regulations, as well as explain the importance of documentation, billing and collections.

Approved Credit: 2 Hrs
Cost: $10.00
Course Tracking #20-529392

There are several regulations, laws and ethics codes Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technicians need to know. The purpose of this program is to study Pharmacy law. This includes: 
a. Federal law
b. Florida State law
c. Florida State rules
d. Pharmacy technician Florida rules and law

Approved Credit: 3 Hrs
Cost: $30.00
Course Tracking #20-509729

This course is about records management  and inventory control as it relates to pharmacy. The following topics are covered: 

  1. Pharmaceutical supplies
  2. Medication labeling
  3. Medication packaging and storage 
  4. Controlled substances
  5. Adjudication and billing

Approved Credit: 2 Hrs
Cost: $30.00
Course Tracking #20-526383



This course provides the necessary background information for students to understand the biology of HIV/ AIDS, while also providing information on critical epidemiological patterns and research developments. The course addresses the modes of transmission, including transmission from a healthcare worker to a patient and the patient to the healthcare worker; infection control procedures, including universal precautions; epidemiology of the disease; related infections, including tuberculosis (TB); clinical management; prevention; and current Florida law on AIDS, its impact on testing, confidentiality of test results, and treatment of patients. This course covers reporting, the offering of HIV testing to pregnant women, and partner notification issues pursuant to Sections 381.004 and 384.25, F.S..  

Approved Credits: 1
Tracking #:20-489258
Cost: $45.00 

As a part of the biennial renewal, pharmacists are required to complete a two (2) hour Florida Board of Pharmacy approved course on Medication Errors. The course must contain the following components: (a) root-cause analysis; (b) error reduction and prevention; (c) patient safety. The two-hour program may be applied towards the thirty-hour continuing education requirement. (64B16-26.103)

Approved Credits: 3
Tracking #:20-506983
Cost: $45.00 

Course Description: This course provides an overview of the Consultant Pharmacist’s administrative responsibilities. It sheds light on the legal requirements including: statutes, rules and regulation (Federal and State), and personnel requirements.  The course explains the role of the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, and the importance of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability. It also addresses issues and concerns in Consultant Pharmacy practice, provides tips on how to be effective as a Consultant Pharmacist in a complex organization, and consideration and preparation for site inspections.

Approved Credit Hours: 2
Self-Study
Cost: $20.00
Course Tracking #20-561334

InstructionalMD's Drug Therapy course places emphasis on Drug Therapy – Disease State, including Patient Drug Therapy (Management and monitoring). In this course students learn about the following:

  1. Drug, Disease State Information – In-depth disclosure of the drug or therapeutic class of drugs or disease state including pharmacology, side effects and interaction.
  2. New Therapeutic Modalities: Expansion of current drug therapy or treatment.
  3. Patient Assessment: Assessment techniques by consultant pharmacist to determine the need and effectiveness of indicated drug therapy along with identification and assessment of side effects on patient’s well-being.
  4. Pertinent Laboratory Tests.
  5. Therapeutic Dosing.

Approved Credits: 3 hours
Cost: $45.00
Course Tracking #: 20-559924

This course details a Consultant Pharmacist Facility Responsibilities, such as:

  1. Pharmacist-Medication Responsibilities – Assessment mechanism for delivery system, review procedures and monitoring processes.
  2. Pharmacist-Patient Responsibilities – Patient assessment, laboratory test monitoring and therapeutic dosing.
  3. Committee Responsibilities – Make-up and responsibilities for various facility committees.
  4. Reporting requirements.

Approved Credits: 3 hours
Cost: $30.00
Course Tracking #: 20-560078


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