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24th Annual Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update
Attention pharmacists: Become a Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist!
Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacy addresses the pharmaceutical care of patients with psychiatric-related illnesses. As a member of a multidisciplinary treatment team, the psychiatric pharmacy specialist is often responsible for optimizing drug treatment and patient care by conducting such activities as monitoring patient response, patient assessment, recognizing drug-induced problems, and recommending appropriate treatment plans. Those who are granted certification in this specialty may use the designation Board Certified Psychiatric Pharmacist and the initials BCPP, as long as certification is valid.
From patient to provider, the value of the BPS-certified practitioner registers throughout the health care continuum. For pharmacy professionals, documentation of specialized experience and skills yields the additional benefits of personal satisfaction, financial rewards and career advancement…..apply to become a BPS-certified pharmacist today!
Please visit the BPS website for complete eligibility requirements and examination details:
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