PHARMACIST-PROVIDED HORMONAL CONTRACEPTIVES
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In the fall of 2019, TPA notified members that the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy had revised Rule 1140-15, which authorizes pharmacists to prescribe and dispense hormonal contraceptives in specific circumstances. TPA is pleased to offer the following resources and training program to assist pharmacists who wish to expand their practice to provide this service.
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TPA’S PHARMACIST-PROVIDED HORMONAL CONTRACEPTIVE TRAINING PROGRAM
- Steps to Begin a Pharmacist-Provided Hormonal Contraceptives Practice
- Laws and Regulations for Pharmacist-Provided Hormonal Contraceptives Practice
- Procedural Mandates from Tennessee Board of Pharmacy