Pharmacy Technicians


KCHP supports PTCB®  commitment to helping employers develop a qualified and skilled pharmacy technician workforce. Find out more about becoming a Certified pharmacy technician (CPhT) today.

ASHP/KCHP Connect

Communicate and collaborate with the online "Connect" tool where KCHP ASHP Micrositeyou can connect with peers, discuss topics that interest you and share your experiences.  

ASHP Resources

ASHP is the national profASHPNewessional organization whose nearly 40,000 members include pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacy students who provide patient care services in hospitals, health systems, and ambulatory clinics. For 70 years, the Society has been on the forefront of efforts to improve medication use and enhance patient safety.  Meet all of your pharmacy technician continuing education requirements by subscribing to www.PharmacyTechCE.org. Whether you practice in a community or other health system setting, find topics and formats relevant to your educational needs. Learn from expert faculty, including other pharmacy technicians, how to expand your role and keep up-to-date on the latest issues and trends.connect to pharmacytechce.org  ASHP provides articles, standards, guidelines and practice tools for clinical specialists and scientists:


If you are considering a residency, a PGY1 looking for a PGY2 residency program, ASHP has the information you need! :


ASHP helps prepare pharmacy students for successful careers in hospital and health-system practice, equipped with the skills to lead our profession into the future.


Access ASHP resources to help you prepare for an increasingly responsible role in the pharmacy department and to develop your full professional potential.
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