Pharmacy Technician: Maryland Registered Pharmacy Technician Package
60.00
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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Addiction Medicine: When Patients Can’t “Just Quit” 2
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will offer insight into the impact of substance use disorders in the United States and help pharmacy professionals identify patients suffering from these diseases. After completing this course, pharmacy professionals will understand the pharmacologic treatments for addiction to opioids, alcohol, and tobacco. The course will discuss the mechanisms, dosing, major side effects and drug interactions, and patient counseling points for these medications.
  • Diabetic Medications and Insulin Pump Therapies 6
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    Diabetes and glycemic medications are in the news every day. Staying ahead of current research and treatment options is an uphill challenge. This course provides the latest in diabetic medications and treatment options, including insulin pump therapies.
  • Managing the Unique Needs of Female Patients 3
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course covers women’s health management and medications used in this patient population. It reviews the physiology of female hormones and details the various hormonal and nonhormonal contraceptive methods available. Management of pregnant and lactating patients and medication use in these populations is included. The course also discusses menopausal treatment and the current recommendations regarding hormonal use in this population. Additionally, the epidemiology, pathophysiology, risk factors, and diagnosis of osteoporosis will be discussed. This course gives detailed information on the medications used to treat these conditions. 
  • New Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension 3
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will help distinguish between primary and secondary hypertension, characterize the different stages of high blood pressure and identify factors implicated in the development of hypertension.
  • Pharmacological Treatment of Heart Failure 4
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course serves to review both acute and chronic heart failure, including the risk factors for developing heart failure, signs and symptoms, and tests used in diagnosis of heart failure. In addition, common medications used to treat both acute and chronic heart failure are reviewed, as well as current guidelines for the treatment of chronic heart failure.
  • Treatment of Hospital-Acquired Infections in Adult Inpatients 2
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    Infection is a significant concern for people admitted to an inpatient setting. Infections acquired in the hospital setting oftentimes are resistant to antimicrobial therapy and more virulent in nature. Types of infections include pneumonia, central line- and catheter-associated infections, and infections after surgery. Pharmacists working in inpatient settings should be familiar with these infections, common pathogens, and preferred treatment. This continuing education module will review these infections, pathogens, treatment regimens, and prevention. 

Maryland Registered Pharmacy Technician Package - 20 hours

60.00

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Addiction Medicine: When Patients Can’t “Just Quit” 2
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will offer insight into the impact of substance use disorders in the United States and help pharmacy professionals identify patients suffering from these diseases. After completing this course, pharmacy professionals will understand the pharmacologic treatments for addiction to opioids, alcohol, and tobacco. The course will discuss the mechanisms, dosing, major side effects and drug interactions, and patient counseling points for these medications.
  • Diabetic Medications and Insulin Pump Therapies 6
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    Diabetes and glycemic medications are in the news every day. Staying ahead of current research and treatment options is an uphill challenge. This course provides the latest in diabetic medications and treatment options, including insulin pump therapies.
  • Managing the Unique Needs of Female Patients 3
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course covers women’s health management and medications used in this patient population. It reviews the physiology of female hormones and details the various hormonal and nonhormonal contraceptive methods available. Management of pregnant and lactating patients and medication use in these populations is included. The course also discusses menopausal treatment and the current recommendations regarding hormonal use in this population. Additionally, the epidemiology, pathophysiology, risk factors, and diagnosis of osteoporosis will be discussed. This course gives detailed information on the medications used to treat these conditions. 
  • New Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Hypertension 3
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course will help distinguish between primary and secondary hypertension, characterize the different stages of high blood pressure and identify factors implicated in the development of hypertension.
  • Pharmacological Treatment of Heart Failure 4
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    This course serves to review both acute and chronic heart failure, including the risk factors for developing heart failure, signs and symptoms, and tests used in diagnosis of heart failure. In addition, common medications used to treat both acute and chronic heart failure are reviewed, as well as current guidelines for the treatment of chronic heart failure.
  • Treatment of Hospital-Acquired Infections in Adult Inpatients 2
    Release Date: 1/26/2021

    About the Course:
    Infection is a significant concern for people admitted to an inpatient setting. Infections acquired in the hospital setting oftentimes are resistant to antimicrobial therapy and more virulent in nature. Types of infections include pneumonia, central line- and catheter-associated infections, and infections after surgery. Pharmacists working in inpatient settings should be familiar with these infections, common pathogens, and preferred treatment. This continuing education module will review these infections, pathogens, treatment regimens, and prevention.