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SafeRx Licensure

Washington DC SafeRx Pharmaceutical Detailers License And Renewal

CMR Institute offers courses to satisfy the continuing education requirements mandated by the DC Board of Pharmacy that require licensing and continuing education for all pharmaceutical representatives in Washington, D.C. resource.

Renewal Period

All pharmaceutical sales personnel who engage in the practice of pharmaceutical detailing in the District of Columbia must comply every two years (February 28 of every even year). The renewal requirement is 15 CEUs. Please note, the SafeRx Act was revised to include 2 credits of mandatory continuing education on cultural competency or specialized clinical training focusing on patients or clients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender nonconforming, queer, or question their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression (“LGBTQ”). To read more about this licensure requirement, access application materials, and understand the CEU requirements, please visit the DC Board of Pharmacy website.

Approved Courses

The following CMR courses and programs are approved to satisfy the continuing education requirements mandated by the SafeRx Act. The cost for each 15 CEU course is $375. The cost of Providing Affirming Healthcare to LGBTQ Communities is $60.

Navigating The Specialty Market

This course provides an introduction and overview of specialty products and how they differ from traditional products in the marketplace. It also covers the reimbursement and business of specialty drugs as it relates to the marketplace.

15 CEUs.

Anatomy And Physiology Of The Endocrine System

This course provides an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system. It acquaints you with the following endocrine structures: the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, sex glands, thymus gland, pineal gland, and placenta.

15 CEUs.

Introduction To Diabetes

This course examines the clinical features of diabetes. It provides an overview of normal glucose metabolism and then discusses the key metabolic effects of abnormal glucose metabolism. Furthermore, it differentiates between Type 1 and Type 2 including complications and treatment principles.

15 CEUs.

Overview Of Pain

This course discusses the anatomy and physiology of pain, with an emphasis on how pain is detected, transmitted, and received within the body. The classification of pain by source, by duration, and by intensity is also discussed, as well as some of the tools used in the assessment of pain, and pain assessment in different groups of patients. A brief discussion on pain management guidelines is also included.

15 CEUs.

Introduction To Pharmacoeconomics

This course examines concepts of value and quality in today’s healthcare environment; the relationships among disease management, outcomes management, pharmacoeconomics, and quality-of-life surveys; and the benefits of pharmacoeconomic research. It concludes with a brief overview of the basic structure of a pharmacoeconomic study.

15 CEUs.

Understanding Disease Management

This course discusses the key concepts involved in disease management and the benefits that disease management can offer to the healthcare community. It also describes the key elements of a disease management program including clinical practice guidelines and patient demographics.

15 CEUs.

Basic Principles Of Drug Actions And Interactions

This course describes the basic principles of drug actions, including pharmacokinetics, factors that modify the drug response, adverse reactions, and drug interactions.

15 CEUs.

Fundamentals Of Evidence-Based Medicine And Research

This course provides you with an introduction to evidence-based medicine. The course also describes the elements of pharmaceutical research and the drug development process.

15 CEUs.

Introduction To Pathology

This pathology course introduces you to the cellular structures and mechanisms of the body, describes how the body defends itself, and outlines the major threats against the body.

15 CEUs.

Anatomy And Physiology Of The Cardiovascular System

This course describes the components of the CV system and how they function to provide transportation and immunity for the body.

15 CEUs.

Providing Affirming Healthcare To LGBTQ Communities

This course summarizes important LGBTQ terminology and concepts. The course also provides information describing the specific needs of these populations and describes ways to provide optimal healthcare to the LGBTQ populations.

2 CEUs.

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