After successfully completing the Accreditation Course, members are encouraged to take their learning experience to the next level by enrolling in one of CCPE’s 24 Continuing Education Courses.
|Accreditation | This course will assist you in developing a broader knowledge of organ systems, their inter-relationships as well as the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Having a more complete knowledge of the human body will allow you to confidently engage healthcare professionals in discussions relevant to multiple therapeutic areas.
|Cardiology | This course has been entirely reengineered to answer your specific needs and is even more accessible. It is offered in 4 distinct units.
||Metabolic Syndrome & Diabetes | Unlike other courses that focus on body systems, this blended learning course takes a holistic approach to a societal pandemic.|
|Chronic Pain Management | New! Better understanding this major emerging medical field and knowing about a global approach for its management will allow you to better communicate and position treatments and their impacts when discussing with physicians.||Neurology | A better understanding of brain functions has led to new therapies for many neurological diseases. Includes diseases such as migraine, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.|
|Dermatology | A recent upsurge in interest in cosmetic medicine, with fifteen pharmaceutical companies involved in this market, makes this a popular course.
||Oncology | Currently under review. A rich pipeline of pharmaceutical and biotech cancer solutions in development has led to increased interest in this course.|
|Endocrinology | Recent advances in research into obesity and other diseases have led to the discovery of many new hormonal pathways.
||Psychiatry | With better understanding of neurotransmitter pathways, new interventions in psychiatry have emerged.
|Gastroenterology | The shift from surgical to pharmacological management of gastric ulcers illustrates the potential impact of new drugs.
||Respirology | With asthma and other COPD on the increase, and with the current state of the environment, the lungs are of more interest than ever
|Gerontology | Society’s changing demographic makes gerontology an important area of study.
||Rheumatology | New understanding of the immune response in arthritis and the inflammatory process has led to significant breakthroughs in rheumatology.
|Immunology | With emerging delivery systems for targeting immunological responses, this course complements many key therapeutic areas.
||Women's Health | Women’s health needs, conditions and diseases are very specific. Fertility and contraception are examples.
|Infectious Diseases | Bacterial resistance is at an all-time high and threatening new viral infections have emerged, leading to high demand for this course.|
|Communicating the Value of Innovative Medicines and Vaccines | This short educational program was designed to help you become an advocate for a great industry.
||First Impressions | This course provides guidelines to build a business wardrobe that will project a professional image from the moment you meet your customer for the first time, or interact with a colleague.|
|Continuing Health Education (CHE) | Sales professionals have educational responsibilities. To get the most from your educational programs, this course helps you develop activities that initiate behaviour changes in customers.||Managing People | This course examines how to manage employees for better results, how to measure performance and how to set appropriate goals and objectives.|
|Evidence-Based Medicine | You want to have access to your customers, and be listened to. In order to maintain access and create value, you have to demonstrate your credibility.||Persuasion Rx: How to Influence Ethically | Our most popular program! New ideas empowering pharma associates to move their customers from ‘uninterested’ to ‘on board’.|
|Field Sales Management | This course is intended for individuals who seek to become their best in their fields. For existing district manager and management candidates.|
|Health Care In Canada | From the provincial to the hospital level, drug formularies have become more restrictive. To ensure success for new drugs, it is vital to understand the challenges of the healthcare system.
||Pharmacoeconomics | Drug reimbursement is at an all-time low. This course helps you understand how to assess drug value in a cost sensitive market.|
All CE courses follow Canadian therapeutic guidelines and are reviewed by physicians and pharmacists. They are designed as independent study programs. The final validation involved many members of pharmaceutical organizations. Each chapter contains learning objectives and review questions. Continuing Education graduates are awarded a certificate and continuing education units (CEUs)