Acute, Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Training for Kentucky Pharmacists

This 2-hour ACPE accredited online training program is designed to help Kentucky pharmacists meet the education requirements necessary to provide protocol-driven care for acute, uncomplicated UTIs in adult females per a Kentucky Board of Pharmacy authorized protocol*.

This educational program includes 4 training modules, educational resources and a downloadable UTI Toolkit to help pharmacists implement urine dipstick testing and safe dispensing of UTI medications in the outpatient pharmacy setting.

To complete the course, please follow the steps below:

STEP 2 – Required Readings and Resources (UTI Toolkit for Pharmacists)
STEP 3 – Modules (1-4)
STEP 4 – Course Assessment/Claim 2 hours of ACPE Credit

This training was developed by the University of Kentucky Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice (CAPP) in collaboration with the Advancing Pharmacy Practice in Kentucky Collation (APPKC) and the UK HealthCare Antimicrobial Stewardship Team.

*This course is based on the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Acute, Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection Treatment Protocol v2 (Approved December 11, 2019). Pharmacists should check the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy website for the most current version of the protocol.

Disclaimer: The information in this course is intended to be general and educational in nature. Clinical and dispensing decisions should be made by a pharmacist based on individual patient and prescription circumstances and, if necessary, in consultation with other prescribers or healthcare authorities. The information presented in this course is not legal advice. Licensed professionals are individually responsible for complying with all laws and regulations related to their practice.