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Treating Pain with Opioids: What Pharmacists Need to Know

This 2-hour recorded webinar meets the Florida Board of Pharmacy license renewal requirements for dispensing controlled substances

Medication Safety: A Psychological Perspective

Join us August 10th for a 2-hour live, interactive webinar that meets the Florida Board of Pharmacy license renewal requirements for medication errors.

NEW & IMPROVED: Veterinary Pharmacy Certificate

Apply your drug knowledge and medical expertise to treating companion animals. This course has been redesigned to include the latest information on medications and disease states.

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2017 Live Event Schedule

Consultant Pharmacist -Initial & Recertification   
APhA Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery   
August 18-19th, 2017 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida    September 23, 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida   
October 6-7th in Lake Mary, Florida   

CE Reporting Policy

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) mandates that providers report continuing education credit within 60 days of the course completion.

If we are unable to process your credit within 60 days due to incorrect information (NABP number, date of birth - MMDD) per ACPE, we will not be able to report your credit for CE and there will be no retroactive reporting.

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