Advanced Certificate in Risk Management for IPPE Students

Advanced Certificate in Risk Management for IPPE Students

When you start your Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience, it is important to understand basic principles of regulatory compliance (rules and laws) and risk management (error prevention). Ensure your IPPE goes smoothly by earning this advanced certificate that will decrease risk for pharmacy malpractice for you, your school, and your IPPE practice site. 

Upon successful completion of this course, pharmacy residents should be able to:
1. Recognize the regulatory responsibilities that are associated with taking care of patients in a pharmacy practice.
2. Identify and address ethical challenges that arise in the practice of pharmacy.
3. Describe the legal requirements established by the federal government for drug safety and efficacy, as enforced by the federal Food and Drug Administration.
4. Describe the legal requirements established by the federal government for abuse-prone pharmaceuticals, as enforced by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration.
5. Illustrate how the federal government indirectly regulates state licensed pharmacists and pharmacies through federal regulations related to the drug product.
6. Discuss how the pharmacy profession regulates itself through a government agency generally known as the “State Board of Pharmacy.”
7. Protect as confidential all information known about a patient within a professional relationship.
8. Develop an approach to opioid prescription screening that allows access to opioids for those patients who need them and denies access for persons who do not need them.
9. Comply with regulatory requirements for consultation with patients about the benefits and risks of the medications that have been prescribed for them.
10. Comply with regulatory requirements for oversight of prescriptions and the resolution of potential problems related to a patient’s prescriptions.

David B. Brushwood, R.Ph, J.D.
Senior Lecturer, The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy
CEimpact’s Expert in Residence, Pharmacy Law

David B. Brushwood does not report any actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to this continuing pharmacy education course. 

Fee includes course and course materials.
Course is non-refundable.
Release Date: October 11, 2021
Planned Expiration Date: October 11, 2024

This course is provided for educational purposes. CEimpact is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice of any kind. For legal advice, please contact a licensed attorney. 

Copyright 2021, CEimpact. All Rights Reserved. Any reproduction of this course without express permission is strictly forbidden. 

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