Opportunities to Expand Medication Therapy Management in Community Health Centers (Webinar)

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By connecting pharmacists, Community Health Centers, professional organizations, colleges of pharmacy, and public health partners, Ohio is expanding services to improve care for underserved populations. Pharmacists may join this webinar to learn about the impact team-based care has on diabetes and hypertension and how to get involved in this initiative.

Presenter: Jennifer L. Rodis, PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA; Assistant Dean for Outreach and Engagement, The Ohio State University

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe a 5-year, CDC-funded project to enhance pharmacist-provided care to underserved populations in Ohio.
  2. Share various models of pharmacist staffing and services to address uncontrolled diabetes and hypertension.
  3. Discuss options and opportunities to network pharmacists caring for underserved populations across the state of Ohio and the country.

ACPE UAN: 0633-0000-18-001-L04-P (Knowledge) – 1 hour of CE (0.1 CEU)

Successful completion of this activity is defined as attendance of the webinar.

Cost: There is no charge for this activity. This project was supported by the Cooperative Agreement number, NU58DP004820, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services

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The College of Pharmacy at The Ohio State University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Questions about pharmacists’ participation in the program and continuing education credit should be addressed to: Ashley Knackstedt at: cop-cpd@osu.edu ; (614)-688-4420