GoPharmacist Learn:
Online Learning Catalogue

Lost password?


RxA offers high-quality, affordable online courses, for all pharmacists, available at a reduced rate for RxA members. 

RxA offers a diverse selection of courses and programs as well as two professional development conferences each year.

The Alberta Pharmacists’ Association (RxA) is accredited as a provider of continuing pharmacy education by the Canadian Council on Continuing Education in Pharmacy.

Annual RxA Continuing Education List

As a resource for completing your professional portfolio, please refer to this compiled list of learning activities, both accredited and non-accredited, that have been offered to date during the July 2020 – June 2021 membership period.

To download a copy of the 2020-2021 RxA Continuing Education List (last updated May 07, 2021), click here.

Courses Offered to Members Only

Below is a list of courses available exclusively to RxA members.

Only pharmacists registered with the Alberta College of Pharmacy with active RxA memberships may take the following courses. 


Courses Offered to Non-Members

Below is a list of courses available to non-members.

Only pharmacists registered with the Alberta College of Pharmacy may take the following courses.

The Yearly Booster Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Program 2020 – 2021

This course provides an overview of the policies and procedures for pharmacists participating in the delivery of Alberta’s publicly funded influenza vaccine for the 2020-2021 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Join pharmacist Betty Golightly as she discusses the rules, regulations, standards, products and resources pharmacists need to be familiar with to deliver influenza immunization.

Presented by Betty Golightly B.Sc. Pharmacy, RPh, FTM (RCPHS-Glasgow), ISTM™
CCCEP Program #: 8007-2020-3097-I-P 
Accreditation Period: Sept. 2, 2020 – Sept. 1, 2021
CEU’s:  0.75
Non-Member Fee: $75.00

Members and Non-Members Now Access Exclusively through GoPharmacist Learn

Pneumococcal: The Disease, Vaccines and Newly Publicly Funded Program

In January 2019, pharmacists were given access to publicly funded pneumococcal vaccines to vaccinate people 65 years of age and older. During this session, Betty helps you to understand this disease and the relevant recommendations for pneumococcal vaccination.

Presented by Betty Golightly B.Sc. Pharmacy, RPh, FTM (RCPHS-Glasgow), ISTM™
CCCEP Program #: 8007-2018-2612-I-P
Accreditation Period: Nov. 16, 2018 – Nov. 10, 2021
CEU’s:  0.75 
Non-Member Fee: $75.00

Members and Non-Members Now Access Exclusively through GoPharmacist Learn

Diphtheria-Tetanus-Acellular Pertussis Combined Vaccine For Pregnant Women Pharmacy Immunization Program

This session will help you to understand diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis, and the relevant recommendations for dTap vaccination in pregnancy in light of pharmacists receiving access in January 2019 to publicly funded dTap vaccine.

Presented by Betty Golightly B.Sc. Pharmacy, RPh, FTM (RCPHS-Glasgow), ISTM™ and Heather Scarlett-Ferguson BSP, RPh, MEd, EdD
CCCEP Program #: 8007-2018-2622-I-P 
Accreditation Period: Nov. 25, 2019 – Nov. 24, 2021
CEU’s:  0.50 
Non-Member Fee: $50.00

Members and Non-Members Now Access Exclusively through GoPharmacist Learn

Get Off Your APA! Your Guide to Applying for APA

Join Diane Crandall in this four-module course as she provides an overview of the requirements that the Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) wants you to include as part of your comprehensive package for submission to ACP for Additional Prescribing Authority (APA). Diane provides a general overview of APA, case requirements, case assessment and reviews the application form.

Presented by Diane Crandall BScPharm, RPh, APA, CDE, CTE
CCCEP Program #:  8007-2019-2822-I-P
Accreditation Period:  May 27, 2020 – May 26, 2021
CEU’s:  6.75
RxA Member Fee: $200 + GST = $210.00
Non-Member Fee: $400 + GST = $420.00

Members and Non-Members Now Access Exclusively through GoPharmacist Learn

Community Based Naloxone – Information for the Pharmacist (Expired)

Used in emergency treatment of opioid overdose outside of hospital, naloxone is now an unscheduled drug in Alberta. This program, developed in partnership with Alberta Health Services, enables the entire pharmacy team to understand the principle of harm reduction, how to help patients identify and overdose, and provide Albertans with better access to naloxone.

Presented by Amy Woroniuk and Matt Tachuk
CCCEP Program #:  8007-2017-2297-I-P
Accreditation Period: December 18, 2017 – December 08, 2020
CEU’s:  Expired

Members and Non-Members Now Access Exclusively through GoPharmacist Learn


Visit our Pharmacy Practice Support and Resources page for more information on the Community Based Naloxone Program.