Practicing healthcare providers, pharmacists, nurses, and students in healthcare are encouraged to join a diverse group of ACPHS faculty and external specialists who are experts in the field of pharmacogenomics. The 10-week program (3/14/22 - 5/22/22) discusses pharmacogenetic application beyond the field of psychiatry and expands into other primary care fields as well and provides participants the opportunity to earn 2 - 15 Continuing Education credits. Topics include:
- Introduction to Pharmacogenomics (3 CME credits) - 3/14 - 3/27
- Clinical Application of Pharmacogenomics: Psychiatry & Pain (3 CME credits) - 3/28 - 4/10
- Clinical Application of Pharmacogenomics: Cardiology & Hematology/Oncology (3 CME credits) - 4/11 - 4/24
- PPIs, Drug Hypersensitivity, Ethics of Pharmacogenomics (3 CME credits) - 4/25 - 5/8
- Clinical Implementations in Retail Pharmacy (3 CME credits) (OPTION 1) - 5/9 - 5/22
- Clinical Implementations in Medicine (3 CME credits) (OPTION 2) - 5/9 - 5/22
Please contact PGx@acphs.edu with any questions or concerns.
Available as a full program (15 CME credits) or as individual modules (2-3 CME credits each), the program includes both synchronous and asynchronous learning options. The complete five-module certificate program spans 10-weeks beginning March 14, 2022. Each individual module has its own start date and can be completed on your own time.
Participants must log in using your full name so that proof of participation can be confirmed. Participants must also complete the online learning assessments for the activity attended after the program to receive credit for this activity. Continuing Medical Education Credit.
Registration Deadline: The deadline to register for the complete Pharmacogenomic Certificate Program (15 CME) is Monday, March 14, 2022. The individual modules have rolling start dates; please see the website for more information.