Date: Jul 27, 2019 10:00 AM - 03:00 PM
Location: UIW Feik School of Pharmacy, 703 E. Hildebrand, San Antonio, TX, 78212
Registration closes on Sep 07, 2019 11:55 PM
- Pharmacy Technicians
The University of the Incarnate Word Feik School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Requirements for CE Credit
- The participant will only receive credit for programs after receiving a 70% on a post-test and an evaluation form is completed and submitted.
- The entire session must be attended to receive credit. No partial credit will be given.
- Certificates will not be mailed. Contact hours will be uploaded to NABP's CPE Monitor after successful completion of post-test and program evaluation.
- To receive credit, participant profiles must contain a valid NABP e-profile ID number and month/date of birth.
- All requirements to receive credit must be completed within six weeks of participation in the CPE program. Failure to complete requirements within the six-week window will result in no credit awarded to the participant.
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2. Describe patients who may be ineligible to receive the live attenuated influenza vaccine.
3. List the different options available for patients requesting a hepatitis B vaccine series.
Johnathan Cuevas, PharmD
2. Identify opportunities for pharmacy as a result of newly-enacted legislation.
3. Describe the importance of pharmacist and technician involvement in the state legislative process.
level, state level and national level.
2. Differentiate between the naloxone products on the market.
3. Provide initial screening in a pharmacy setting for naloxone dispensing.
J. Nile Barnes
2. Assign a beyond-use-date to a sterile compounded product using the newer recommendations to be
published in the updated USP 797 standards.
3. Recall the techniques needed to maintain sterility in the clean room.
4. Identify pitfalls in the sterile process when observing or compounding.