Alabama pharmacists hoped that a CPA law, House Bill 494, would be passed in 2015.  The bill was introduced by Alabama House representative Ron Johnson, but died in committee.  Pharmacists participating in CSAs may participate in clinical services that do not fall within the traditional scope of pharmacists. In particular, pharmacists are not required to participate in ASPs to offer many pharmacy services already covered by their traditional activity, such as. B the management of drug therapy, the provision of disease prevention services (e.g. B vaccinations), participation in public health screenings (e.g. B screening for depressive disorders, such as. B severe depressive disorders, through the administration of the HQP-2), the provision of specific training to a Member State (e.g. In response to the report, a collaboration between seven national associations of professional pharmacies drafted a response to waDA`s report on pharmacists.  The response requested WADA to correct its report and publish Errata`s revised report.  In 2011, WADA`s Chamber of Deputies adopted a more flexible tone in response to contributions from APhA and other professional pharmacists` associations and finally adopted the following resolution, which again drew attention to the rejection of independent (and not collaborative or dependent) practice agreements: the CDTM is an expansion of the traditional pharmacist sector.
enables pharmacist-managed medication problem management (DRPs), with a focus on a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to pharmacy practice in the healthcare sector.. . . .