Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE)
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing education.
Sessions approved for CE credits are indicated by the CE icon, an ACPE number, and the number of CEUs in the session listing.
CPE Monitor is a collaborative system used by ACPE, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP
), and ACPE-accredited providers for all pharmacists and technicians to record and track their CPE credits. Visit CPE Monitor - National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
to set up your e-Profile. Contact NABP at 847-391-4406, Monday–Friday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm CT, for additional information.
How to Claim Credit
To claim CE credit for the education presentations at APhA2023, participants must have actively participated in the entire session, submit the corresponding attendance code, complete a session evaluation, and claim credit using the online CPE submission site.
You may claim your CE credit at pharmacist.com until April 27, 2023, 5:00 PM ET.
APhA does not offer partial credit for any CPE activity.
APhA2023 education sessions are designed for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians from all practice settings.Courses appropriate for pharmacist participation are designated by an ACPE universal activity number ending in the letter “P.” Courses appropriate for pharmacy technician participation are designated by an ACPE universal activity number ending in the letter “T.”
Learning objectives for CPE sessions are provided on the APhA2023 website and announced at each session.
- Financial support for individual education sessions is provided on the APhA2023 website and announced at each session.
- Faculty disclosures are provided on the APhA2023 website and announced at each session.
- Disclosures for poster presenters are on the APhA2023 website and included on their displayed poster.
- The APhA Education Committee and APhA staff disclosures can be found on pharmacist.com/apha-disclosures.
- All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.
Presentation slides and supplemental materials are available on the APhA2023 website for your reference. These materials will remain online until April 30, 2023.
Check with the Board of Pharmacy in your state regarding specific CPE requirements.Florida-licensed pharmacists: To ensure that your continuing pharmacy education participation can be filed with the state-mandated CE Broker system, make sure you have provided APhA with your Florida license number. To check, log on to www.pharmacist.com and select My Account, then License Information.Selected sessions have been approved by the State of Florida for state-mandated continuing pharmacy education credit subject areas. A list is available at the Education Booth.
APhA welcomes our international attendees to the education activities at APhA2023. If you have questions about our educational offerings, visit us at the Education Booth.
Should any attendee of an approved CPE session be dissatisfied with the quality of the activity, a request in writing must be submitted within five days of the conclusion of the session to the APhA Education Department at email@example.com.