Validation and Counseling of Prescriptions for Controlled Substances and Opioids - Pharmacy

Validation and Counseling of Prescriptions for Controlled Substances and Opioids - Pharmacy

$12.00

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2 Credits

This course satisfies the Florida Board of Pharmacy requirement for two hours of continuing education on Validation and Counseling of Prescriptions for Controlled Substances and Opioids.

This course will report to CE Broker only. We do not report to NABP CPE monitor. Renew Now CE is a Florida Board of Pharmacy approved provider 50-18921.

Course Original Release Date: 9.1.2019
Date of Most Recent Review:  10.19.2022
Course Expiration Date:  12.31.2024 

Recent reviews of this course:

"Very informational and really learned some new concepts. Like how article went straight to highlight important points and was brief and concise." -Steven, July 2023

"This course was a great refresher on the importance of PDMP and safe practices in prescribing controlled substances." -James, May 2023

"Easily readable and easy to apply information learned." - Michael, March 2023

"Great course thank you so much. I learned some things!" - Suzy, April 2023

"Excellent presentation and review of the Florida Laws." - GUADALUPE, January 2023

"Efficient. Efficient learning is best for the time crunched practitioner." - Peter, pharmacist

"Excellent content" - Jaimin, pharmacist

Learning outcome objectives:

  1. Describe a pharmacist’s role in ensuring access to controlled substances for all patients with a valid prescription and determining appropriate therapeutic value.
  2. Identify an example of prescriptions not based on a legitimate medical purpose.
  3. Describe documentation, prescription restrictions, delegation, registration and use of the Electronic-Florida Online Reporting of Controlled Substance Evaluation Program (E-FORCSE).
  4. Identify legal repercussions of violating Florida requirements for the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP).
  5. Identify resources for the proper disposal of controlled substances.
  6. Acknowledge protocols for addressing and resolving problems during the drug utilization review, including drug-to-drug interactions, side effects, and available treatment resources for opioid physical dependence, addiction, misuse, or abuse.
  7. Describe Florida statute section 381.887, emergency treatment for opioid overdose and the State Surgeon General’s Standing order for Naloxone.
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