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PSAP 2016 Book 3 Women’s and Men’s Health

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The September release in ACCP’s popular Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program focuses on evidence-based practice considerations on several conditions and disease states relevant to women across their reproductive lifespan, as well as topics important to men’s health. Women’s and Men’s Health contains three learning modules with a total available 16 continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credits.

Annie” Kai I. Cheang, Pharm.D., M.S., FCCP, BCPS

The book content was developed under the leadership of Faculty Panel Chair “Annie” Kai I. Cheang, Pharm.D., M.S., FCCP, BCPS.

Chapters in the first module review Drug Principles in Lactation Recent and Menstrual-Related Disorders. The second module explores Developments in Contraception, Perimenopause and Menopause, and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. The third module presents the latest evidence on the treatment of Fibromyalgia, Sexual Dysfunction in Men, and Chronic Prostatitis.

All PSAP chapters are fully referenced with clickable hyperlinks to online citations from literature compilers such as PubMed. Other links provide ready access to clinical practice guidelines, official recommendations, and patient assessment tools. Additional features include patient care scenarios, and take-home points that can be readily integrated into clinical practice.

Publisher: ACCP, 216 pages, September 2016; ISBN-13: 978-1-939862-36-5

PSAP 2016-2018 PSAP 2016 Book 3
  • Release date: September 15, 2016
  • BCPS credit expiration date: January 17, 2017
  • ACPE credit expiration date: September 14, 2019
  • Table of Contents
  • Sample Chapter
  • Technical Requirements: Internet browser and Adobe Reader



Women’s and Men’s Health I
4.5 CPE Hours

Women’s and Men’s Health II
6.0 CPE Hours

Women’s and Men’s Health III
5.5 CPE Hours


2016 Book 3 Women’s and Men’s Health (Member Price / Non-Member Price)
Online Book
$65 / $90
Print Package
$90 / $130
Author(s): ACCP
* The credit for this product expired on September 14, 2019.