The explosive growth of the ambulatory care and community healthcare landscape, combined with the issues all practitioners have faced over the past year has proven how important it is to be agile enough to understand, meet and manage patients in new and novel ways. Much of the practice changes and adaptations over the past year will become standards of practice in the years to come.
ASHP remains committed to delivering timely, dynamic, high-quality educational content and professional development experiences. ASHP is excited to offer a two-day virtual educational conference focused on pharmacists who practice in ambulatory care and community settings. The content will include both clinical and professional topics including sessions on Pharmacogenomics, Telehealth, Well-being, and Healthcare Bias. The conference is designed to meet the unique educational needs of pharmacists intricately involved in transitions of care. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain applicable insights you can take home and apply to your Ambulatory Care practice or Community Pharmacy practice sites.
Virtual Meeting Features
Live educational sessions with the opportunity to participate in Q & A with expert faculty. Sessions begin at 1 pm ET each day, see the Schedule-At-A-Glance for specific dates and times. Educational sessions will be recorded and available for online home study continuing education for 60 days following the conference. Registrants can earn up to 14 contact hours through a combination of live and home-study programs. Additionally, registrants can participate in virtual poster sessions.
Included with Registration
- Earn up to 14 hours of CE.
- Choose from two tracks of programming for ambulatory care or community pharmacy practice.
- Live CE featuring Q & A with expert faculty. To earn live CE credit, log on and participate during the live session.
- Virtual poster sessions (tune in for live chat with presenters)
- All sessions will be recorded and available for home study continuing education credit for 60 days after the conference.