Quicklinks

CPE Programs

Program Highlights

The programs listed below are some of the highlights from our current list. If you don't see what you need or want to view the complete list of all available programs, visit the CPE Registration Website.

Preceptor Development Series 2017

Date: June 01, 2017--May 31, 2018

Preceptor Development is a web based program, consisting of 6 modules, designed to enhance the teaching and assessment skills of pharmacists serving as preceptors for pharmacy students.

Applying Dietary Guidelines and Maximizing Nutrition Assistance

Applying Dietary Guidelines and Maximizing Nutrition Assistance for Improved Medication Adherence in Older Patients

Date: June 01, 2016--May 31, 2019

This program is intended for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians practicing in all settings of care.


Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacy

Introduction to Veterinary Pharmacy

Date: September 1, 2016 — September 1, 2019

This course is designed to promote medication safety and minimize drug errors in the veterinary patient. Fourteen online modules have been designed to increase effective communication between pharmacists, veterinarians and pet owners and increase knowledge of veterinary medications and animal pathology, as well as laws and rules applicable to veterinary pharmacy.

Realize, React, and Reverse: Emergency Naloxone Administration in the Community

Date: June 15, 2016 — June 15, 2018

Opioids are a class of medications used in moderate to severe pain. When used appropriately, they can provide pain relief and restore quality of life. However, diversion and over-prescribing of opioids has caused many Americans to become addicted and accidentally overdose. The opioid overdose reversal drug called naloxone was initially only used in hospitals, but it has recently become more widely available even to laypeople in various states thanks to new legislation. This continuing education activity was developed to educate pharmacists and technicians about how to recognize if a person is experiencing an overdose and the agent used as an antidote, but also how to use professional judgment and supportive reinforcement to prevent their patients from taking too many opioids.