The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy is proud to offer a variety of specialty micro-credentials that include certificates, continuing education, digital badges, and other professional development.
Pharmacy-Based OTC Hearing Aids
This 3-hour competency-based, interprofessional advanced training program on over-the counter (OTC) hearing aids developed by University of Pittsburgh faculty is suited for both pharmacists and student pharmacists.
The self-paced eLearning program will review epidemiology of hearing loss, laws and regulations related OTC hearing aids, and the pharmacists’ OTC hearing aid patient care process.
At the end of this training, pharmacists will discover how to recognize, intervene, and refer patients with hearing loss to hearing healthcare.
APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Program
Certificate; Live Remote Format
The purpose of this certificate training program is to prepare pharmacists with the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to serve as a primary source of vaccine information and to provide immunization services to patients across the life span.
Test2Learn ™ Community-based Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program
Certificate and continuing education (ACPE); Online/Live Remote
This 20 hour certificate program enables pharmacists to learn how to apply pharmacogenomics in their practice by using real genetic data in award-winning, highly interactive exercises including an optional activity for learners to undergo personal genomic testing.
Fall and Spring Preceptor CE Seminar Series
Continuing education (ACPE/CME); Live in-person
Live continuing education events are held twice per year as part of this seminar series. A home-study library is also available for CE credit.
More Information Click on the Catalog tab, and then type in PittPharmacy or check the ACPE Pharmacy box on the left to see the full listing of options.
CMMC Training by the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Care Network
Joining the Comprehensive Medication Management Collaborative (CMMC) and completing its training program are the first two critical steps to participate in the PPCN and its contracts to provide medication management services for a variety of payers.