Future Dates TBD
Various studies have shown that pharmacists can significantly improve outcomes for patients with or at risk for cardiovascular disease. Here’s an opportunity to get a better understanding of how to target the needs of your cardiovascular patients so you can deliver optimal care.
Advanced Cardiology for Pharmacists is a comprehensive, three-part program that will give you a thorough understanding of cardiovascular conditions and therapeutic issues, based on the latest evidence available. It will also equip you with confidence to begin implementing this knowledge into practice.
Developed and facilitated by a team of expert clinicians in the field, this in-depth program offers in-person, hands-on learning using case studies and interactive discussion. An online component provides you with another opportunity to connect with practitioners from across the country regarding issues in cardiovascular care.
Here’s What Participants Are Saying:
- 86% feel that the program exceeded their expectations
- 93% would recommend it to their colleagues
- 90% say they could apply the knowledge gained directly to their practice
“This essential course is perfectly suited to pharmacists in family health teams—I started using my knowledge the very next day.”
—Carolyn Glover, Barrie Family Health Team (program participant)
"Excellent. Comprehensive. Dynamic."
—Janet Mittl - University of Vermont Medical Centre (program participant)
"The best class I've ever been in."
—Rashin Falchrian - Wiliam Osler Health Centre (program participant)
Who Should Attend?
Pharmacists from all practice settings who want to learn more about the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
$1,875 + HST
Am I Eligible for Tuition Assistance?
You may qualify for funding from the Allied Health Professional Development fund. For more information, please visit their website at: https://www.ahpdf.ca/
* Participants who complete this program will receive a certificate of completion from the Office of Continuous Professional Development at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto.