The mission of the Continuing Pharmacy Education program is to develop and deliver quality programming to meet ongoing educational needs of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians for the purpose of improving patient safety and health in Montana.

2020 AHHS 389 Recent Advances in Clinical Medicine: Substance Use Disorders (drug addictions)-an interprofessional approach

A 12-week lecture series beginning Thursday, February 6 , 2020 from 12:00-1:00pm in Skaggs Building 169.  Each lecture will provide information on various aspects of the substance use disorders (drug addictions).  These lectures are available for continuing education credits (1.0 hour of 0.10 CE credits) for both pharmacist and pharmacy technicians.  Register online or complete the registration form.  To view a complete list of the weekly presentations/speakers, please view the schedule
Fees:  $96 for all 12 sessions (1.20 CEUs); $54 for 6 sessions (0.60 CEUs); $10 for one session (0.10 CEU).

AHHS 389 2020 schedule
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CPE Monitor

All Pharmacists must register for a NABP eProfile ID number via CPE Monitor in order to receive continuing education credits.  The Continuing Professional Education Office no longer mails credits to eligible recipients, rather, credits are uploaded to the CPE Monitor tracking service. Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians can now easily track their ACPE credits via CPE Monitor.


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