I am a community pharmacist, how do I track my diabetes education experience?

We recommend you track your experience as other persons would do. We do recognize some of your experience is not directly related to a “charted” person with diabetes but for someone with an “over the counter” question. Remember, if you are teaching information about diabetes to persons with diabetes, those at risk of diabetes and care givers of those with diabetes (medical staff, parents, children etc) then this time would contribute.
Activities such as charting, staff meetings, breaks, and lunch do not contribute to your 800 hours.

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