The American College of Apothecaries is the source for continuing education and professional development opportunities for Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Marketers, and Students. The ACA Education CEnter provides online access to the latest webinars and monographs on subjects important to career development. ACA and ACVP Fellows and Members receive discounts on the ACA Education CEnter materials.
- Live Webinars from your home or office
|C. Difficile Infections — Not Just a Hospital Problem Anymore
Linda McElhiney, PharmD, MSP, FACA, FIACP, FASHP, DLP
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
|USP 800 Reprieve: “It’s Not Too Early to Start”
Donnie Calhoun, BPharm, RPh, FACA, FACVP
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
|Homeopathic Medicines in a Pharmacy
Christophe Merville, D.Pharm
Originally Aired Wednesday, September 27, 2017
|USP 800 & Environmental Monitoring Requirements
Thomas Kupiec, PhDOriginally Aired Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Now Available On-Demand
Preparing For and Handling an FDA Inspection
Linda Cappellini Stizza, RPh, FACA
Originally Aired Wednesday, March 1, 2017
|8 Deadly Mistakes To Avoid When Building Your HIV Pharmacy
Michelle J. Sherman, RPh, FASCP, FACA AAHIVP
Originally Aired Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Now Available On-Demand
AIDS Therapy CE
Pharmacy Legal Update: Government Enforcement and PBM Tactic Overview
Brian Dickerson, Esq. FisherBroyles, LLP
Pharmacy Benefit Managers’ (PBM) termination of Provider Agreements (PA’s) for independent pharmacies that have allegedly failed to comply with the mandates of the PA seems to be on the rise, with devastating results. Throughout the country, pharmacies are receiving termination notices pursuant to their respective Provider Agreements (PA) from various PBMs either for cause, based upon an alleged risk, or pursuant to a not-for-cause termination notice. The PBMs are terminating the majority of providers based upon competitive interests of the PBMs and not due to any wrongdoing by the provider pharmacy. With this climate, all pharmacies would be well advised to take a proactive approach to compliance.
The Effect of Ethics on Patient Safety in Pharmacy, Dixie Leikach, RPh, MBA, FACA (December 2015)
Who’s Coming in Next? Preparing for Your Next Pharmacy Inspection, Brenda Jensen, CPhT, CNMT, MBA (June 2015)
Being Your Best Online: Pharmacy Social Media & Websites, Carl Britton, Jr. (March 2015)
Collaborative Practice Agreements for Pharmacists in Today’s Health Care Environment, Jerry Meece, RPh, FACA, CDE (September 2016)
Going Global: Travel Health Clinics, Jeffery A. Goad, Pharm.D., MPH, FAPhA, FCPhA, FCSHP (May 2015)
NEW RULES FOR CPE MONITOR REPORTING
ACPE-accredited providers of continuing pharmacy education announce new rules regarding reporting of CEUs to the NABP eProfile ID/CPE Monitor data base.
Effective May 1, 2014 all ACPE-accredited providers have 60 days post the CPE activity participation date to upload the participant credit into CPE Monitor. The provider must upload the participant information 60 days from the date the participant completed the CPE activity. This applies to all CPE activities: live, internet-based, and home-study articles.
What this means for you as the participant of any CE activity, make sure you give correct information regarding birthdates and NABP eProfile ID numbers on all form fields when registering for a CE activity. It is the responsibility of every CE participant to give the provider the correct information or CE credits will not be recorded on your NABP eProfile.