Patient Centered Medical Home Pharmacist Training Program

The College of Pharmacy will be offering an on-site training program from February 26 to March 1, 2018. 

This program will prepare pharmacists to run a productive practice in an outpatient clinical environment. The training consists of 4 days of live training, including 3 half-day mock clinic sessions during which participants will interact with 18 simulated patient instructors. In the weeks after live training, several conference calls will be conducted for participants to discuss clinical or procedural issues that arise in their own clinical environments.

Live training will begin with case discussions that emphasize practical application of clinical guidelines to individual patient cases. In the mock clinics, participants will learn how to deliver chronic disease management, comprehensive medication review and transitions of care services. Program faculty will provide feedback based on review of electronic medical record notes and simulated patient instructor assessments. Assessment of clinical decision-making and communication skills (motivational interviewing, patient empowerment, etc) will be included.

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Monday, June 19, 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017
  • Who Should Attend?

    This clinically-oriented training program is intended for pharmacists who are or soon will be practicing
    clinically in an ambulatory care or community pharmacy setting. Knowledge of pharmacotherapy
    of common chronic conditions is required; optional self-study resources will be provided and knowledge
    will be demonstrated on a required assessment prior to attending the training.

  • Learning Objectives

    Upon completion of this training, the pharmacist will be able to:

    1. Obtain information needed to assess patients’ pharmacotherapy through medical record review and patient interview
    2. Determine if patients’ pharmacotherapy is optimized
    3. Use up-to-date clinical care guidelines to guide patients’ pharmacotherapy
    4. Design a treatment plan in collaboration with a patient to improve drug-related outcomes
    5. Document patient care activity in the medical record
  • How to Register

    Program dates: 2/26/18 – 3/1/18  

    Up to 6 practicing pharmacists will be accepted into each cohort. Live training will be conducted at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy in Ann Arbor, MI.

    To register, contact Carol Becker at

    Cost is $3,500 per trainee or $3,000 if you register by 10/31/2017. 

    Deadline for registration is 12/31/2017