Aloha!

Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about the Hawaii Pharmacists Association.

About Us

The Hawaii Pharmacists Association (HPhA) is a volunteer organization representing pharmacy practice in the State of Hawaii. Our membership is comprised of pharmacists in various practice settings ranging from retail to hospital to industry; pharmacy students, pharmacy technicians and academia partners. HPhA offers continuing education credits for both pharmacist and pharmacy technicians.

Our Vision

The Hawai'i Pharmacists Association is dedicated to the promotion of health and to the optimal use of medication to benefit the people of Hawaii and the Pacific.

Mission Statement

The Hawaii Pharmacists Association strives to advance and support the practice of pharmacy by improving the quality of care throughout the healthcare continuum in collaboration with our patients and members of the healthcare team.

We encourage you to join the Hawaii Pharmacists Association and help shape the future of our profession here in Hawaii.

Mahalo!

HPhA Officers and Board of Directors

 


ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NASPA Pharmacy-based Point-of-Care Test & Treat Certificate Program  (May 26, 2022)


NEW discounts available for members only! Click on the Membership tab for more information on becoming a member.


We are currently seeking volunteers to join our committees. Consider joining and help advance our profession! Click here to complete the form.


For upcoming events, please see the calendar for more details.

 

CALL FOR VENDORS:

New to our organization? If you are interested in being a vendor at a future HPhA meeting, please click on the link below.

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GOT TOPICS?

Tell us what topics are of interest to you. Any topics you want to see included in future CE programs? Or previous topics you enjoyed and want to see return?

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Thank you for attending the 2022 HPhA Annual Meeting.

We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting!


 

Registration is now open for the NASPA Pharmacy-Based Point-of-Care Test & Treat National Certificate Program! This is an opportunity for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, student pharmacists, and pharmacy association staff to gain the skills and information necessary to develop testing programs for influenza, Group A Streptococcus, HIV, Hepatitis C, coronaviruses, and chronic diseases. You can receive 20 hours of CPE credit upon completion of this program. Learn more and register here: here.

 

This 20-hour ACPE-accredited certificate program includes comprehensive material regarding key disease states, physical assessment, point-of-care tests, collaborative practice models, and business models. You’ll complete 16 hours of home study before the four-hour virtual course meets. Register today to get a jump on that home study! here.

 

Pharmacy has never been more challenging…add more tools to your toolbox by completing the NASPA Pharmacy-based Point-of-Care Test & Treat National Certificate Program!   Learn more and register for the next offering, May 26, 2022.

 

Point-of-care testing is a natural niche for your pharmacy and a critical component of your service revenue model moving forward. The NASPA Pharmacy-based Point-of-Care Test & Treat National Certificate Program provides an opportunity to gain the skills and information necessary to develop a testing program for coronaviruses, influenza, Group A Streptococcus, HIV, and Hepatitis C. Get the nuts-and bolts details on how to establish a successful community pharmacy-based POCT program. Click here for more information.

 

Looking to differentiate yourself in today’s ever-changing healthcare environment?  Register now for the NASPA Pharmacy-based Point-of-Care Test & Treat National Certificate Program, hosted by the NASPA on May 26, 2022.  This 20-hour course contains 16 hours of home study and 4 hours of live training.  At the end, you’ll walk away with:

  • Clinical knowledge of how to assess and administer POCT and refer as needed.
  • Resources for establishing a profitable POCT program.
  • Practical tools to establish collaborative relationships with prescribers in the community.
  • Certificate in providing POCT in the pharmacy.