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  • The MTGEC is an interdisciplinary center which provides geriatric education and training for Montana health professionals, higher education faculty, and health professions students so that they might better meet the health needs of the older residents of the state.

  • IPHARM is an interdisciplinary program where health professions students gain experience in providing direct patient care.  IPHARM is a health screening program designed to bring disease screening services to all residents of Montana communities.

  • The UM Drug Information Service is a free resource for healthcare professionals.  Physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and allied health practitioners are invited to contact us with non-emergent questions.

  • Four ASHP-accredited Pharmacy Practice (PGY1) residency positions are offered by the UM Pharmacy Practice Department.  Rotations include Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Ambulatory Care, Pain Management, and Education.

"Our profession is the only one which works unceasingly to annihilate itself."

 - Martin H. Fischer

Learning Certificates and Self-Study Programs

Immunization Learning Certificate

A combined self-study and live program.  View as DVD or webcast postings on your own time and attend a live four hour workshop at The Skaggs School of Pharmacy in Missoula.  Complete practical and written tests to obtain your Immunization Learning Certificate.  Be able to integrate immunizations into your practice for the flu season next fall.  ACPE credit for live and home study components: 1.4 CEU.  For more information regarding the requirements for obtaining an Immunization Learning Certificate click here.  Live workshops are based upon level of interest or as requested.  The next Live Immunization Workshop is scheduled for Friday, March 14, 2014.  For additional information, call 406-243-4137 or email pharmacy.ce@umontana.edu.

Montana Pharm-Assist Program

Print-based continuing education program for self-study.  The Montana PharmAssist Program is a state-run program offered through the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHSS), which will provide Montana residents an opportunity to meet with a pharmacist for a medication review and health history.  This CE program is available for pharmacists interested in participating in the Montana PharmAssist Program.  Earn 0.6 CEUs after completing the module, assignment, and evaluation.  For details, call 406-243-4137, or email pharmacy.ce@umontana.edu.

Contact

The University of Montana-Missoula Department of Pharmacy Practice 32 Campus Drive Missoula, MT 59812-4680 P: (406) 243 - 4624 F: (406) 243 - 4353 E: pharmacy.practice@mso.umt.edu

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