Additional Continuing Education Activities

Understanding Best Practices for Pain Management (2 hours)
Improving MOUD in the Pharmacy Setting (2 hours)
Partnering to Improve Prescription Opioid Prescribing and Dispensing in Kentucky: A Collaboration-focused Educational Initiative from the HEALing Communities Study (2 hours) (HB1 Approved)
Drug Conviction Data in KASPER: What is a Pharmacist To Do? (1.5 hours) (HB1 Approved)
Experience & Evidence: Understanding Opioid-Related Evidence-Based Practices (1.5 hours)
ReSET
Reducing Stigma Education Tools (ReSET) (1.5 hours)
The Reducing Stigma Education Tools (ReSET) modules use an interactive online platform to reduce stigma of patients with opioid use disorder through evidence-based content, multiple interactive learning assessments, and original video content of individuals with lived experience. There is no cost for registration or completion of these modules.

Additional Resources

KASPER
Tools and Resources
CDC Guidelines
SCOPE of Pain (HB1 Approved)
Scope of Pain is a continuing education series from the Boston University School of Medicine focused on pain management and opioid analgesics. When creating an account on SCOPE of Pain, in the PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION section, for the question “Are you affiliated with any of these organizations?”, choose HEAL Kentucky. When asked “In which county is your primary practice located?”, if you practice in multiple locations, please list the county participating in the HEALing Communities Study.

Naloxone Education and Certification
Increasing Naloxone Access in Kentucky: Implementation of ​​SB 192 by Pharmacists​​ (1 hour)
Effective 10/21/21, proof of training is no longer required for pharmacists to become naloxone certified under 201 KAR 2:360. This activity can be completed by pharmacists who want to refresh their knowledge or learn more about naloxone dispensing and receive continuing education credit. Please review the Activity Update document below for up-to-date information regarding 201 KAR 2:360 and naloxone dispensing by protocol in Kentucky.
Pharmacy Naloxone Protocol Steps
Naloxone Activity Update
Application for Pharmacist Certification for Naloxone Dispensing