Wednesday, October 7, 2020
There is no registration fee for this Continuing Education event.
Activity Overview: Going forward pharmacists in various practice settings will be relied upon even more to meet growing public health needs. Whether it is a natural disaster, infectious pandemic, other health related epidemic, large scale accident or social unrest in the community, pharmacists will be essential to provide and maintain services in a time of community need. So essential are pharmacists that these events may expand the scope of practice for the entire profession. Where can pharmacists acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be prepared for these emergency situations.
Live On-line Webinar: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is pleased to have launched live, on-line broadcasting of continuing pharmacy education activities. Participants may register to view activities on-line from off campus. Attendees who register for remote viewing will receive a link to attend the program using their computer, tablet or phone, along with instructions to access Zoom Meeting one week prior to the webinar. They will be able to listen to the speakers and view the educational materials and respond to polling questions. In order to qualify as a live activity, questions may be posed to the presenters by means of the online chat function.
Continuing Education: Continuing Education credit has been approved for 0.1 live continuing education units (CEUs) or 1 contact hours of live continuing education. Participants must log in using your full name so that proof of participation can be confirmed. Participants must also complete the online learning assessments for the activity attended after the program to receive credit for this activity. You will have 45 days from the day of the program to complete the evaluations and learning assessments to receive ACPE credit. Upon completion and verification, your continuing pharmacy education credits will be sent to CPE Monitor. Statements of credit may be printed from the CPE Monitor website at: www.nabp.net/pharmacists.