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Practicing HIV Pharmacist (AAHIVP)

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

LICENSURE:
Maintain a current, valid Pharmacist license in the state or region of practice; must have graduated from an accredited school of pharmacy. Qualified international providers are eligible; click here for more information. If you are not a practicing pharmacist, you may be eligible for the HIV Expert designation. Click here for more information on the AAHIVE credential.

EXPERIENCE:

Direct, ongoing involvement in the care of at least 20 HIV patients within the 24 months preceding the date of application. This requirement may be fulfilled in any of the following ways:

·         Direct clinical client services, consultation or case review in an inpatient or outpatient clinic or hospital
·         Direct client services, consultation or case review in a retail environment
·         Direct, ongoing consultative or research-related interaction with one or more practicing frontline providers who maintain direct patient contact

EDUCATION: Complete a minimum of 30 credits or activity hours of HIV-related continuing education within the 24 months preceding the date of application. ACPE-accredited educational activity must comprise 50% or more of reported continuing education. Continuing education is reported as a summary on the Credentialing application; actual course completion documents are required only if the application is audited. SUBSTITUTIONS ACCEPTABLE: Certain training programs, recent HIV-specific residencies, HIV-related Category-1 CME, lecturing, and many other types of educational activities are acceptable but explanation is required on the Credentialing application. ACPE-accredited activity that is awarded as 0.1 units per contact hour is considered 1 credit for the purposes of the AAHIVM “30 credit” policy. Concise education activity summary records help facilitate the application process and may be submitted separately by mail or fax for convenience; details are provided within the online Credentialing application. For information on resources to earn HIV-related CME/CEU/CE, including a link to ACPE-accredited activities, please click here.

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