NJPhA Events

If you’re looking to obtain continuing education credits, meet local peers, or catch up on the status of pharmacy legislation that’s circulating the hallways of Trenton, the Events Calendar (below) is a great place to start.

The Calendar lists all the activities scheduled throughout the Association, including education programs, local meetings, and networking events. Come to an Association event—you’ll be glad that you did.

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In addition to what you see in the calendar below, NJPhA also povides an ever-expanding variety of programs available as online home studies.

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Virtual Event: Continuous Glucose Monitoring: a New Era for Managing Diabetes

May 3 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

Date of Activity: Wednesday, May 3rd 2023

UAN: 0136-0000-23-010-L01-P – 0136-0000-23-010-L01-T

CEU: 0.1

Activity: Knowledge-Based

Audience: Pharmacists & Pharmacy Technicians

Location: Virtual

Faculty: Gabrielle Sanza, PharmD

Activity Description: Continuous Glucose Monitoring 101: an educational overview for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians on continuous glucose monitoring. We will go over how this technology works, compare it to conventional blood sugar testing, discuss how continuous glucose monitoring benefits patients, and look at some key metrics reported by these monitors that can be used by patients and their providers to help achieve blood sugar targets. Finally, we will compare some different systems and review key counseling points and common questions.

Learning Objectives:

At the completion of this activity, the Pharmacist will be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of glycemic control in diabetes
  • Discuss the value of real-time glucose trend information to both patients and providers
  • Compare common continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) commercially available today
  • Recognize an ambulatory glucose profile (AGP)
  • Review counseling pointers to assist our patients with diabetes use this technology effectively

At the completion of this activity, the Pharmacy Technician will be able to:

  • Identify the components of CGMs and summarize how these devices work to monitor blood glucose
  • Differentiate between intermittently scanned CGMs and real-time CGMS
  • Review the sensor quantity needed for a given days supply (i.e., how many sensors will a patient need per 30 days) and additional supplies that may be needed for CGMs commonly dispensed from community pharmacies

Cost Pharmacist: $25.00/Member  – $45.00/Non-Member
Cost Pharmacy Technician: $15/Member – $25/Non-Member


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May 3
7:00 am - 8:00 pm
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