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The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
The goal of this conference, consistent with the ASCP Educational Affairs goal, is to enhance participant knowledge and competencies in providing pharmaceutical care to elderly individuals as part of the interdisciplinary team, which results in their improved health and well-being. Knowledge, competencies, and needs in the following general areas will be enhanced:
This conference's educational activity is designed for consultant and dispensing pharmacists who care for older adults. Other health care professionals are encouraged to attend ASCP's continuing education activities. While ASCP awards only continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit, non-pharmacist attendees may submit CPE to their respective professional boards for consideration.
Continuing Education Activity Types
In continuing alignment with ACPE standards, the continuing pharmacy education activities at this conference fall into the following categories:
Requirements to Obtain CE
Attendee badges will be scanned for all education sessions for which CPE is being offered. Please ensure that your attendance is confirmed by badge scanning. To receive continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit, participants must attend the activity in its entirety and evaluate the activity on the ASCP Professional Development CEnter. To access the evaluation, participants must enter the CPE code for the educational activity attended. The CPE code will be announced during the session introduction. ASCP reports CPE attainment to ACPE and NABP via the CPE Monitor system. Participants must provide their correct MMDD of birth and unique identifier number on their member or guest profile of the ASCP Website. The deadline to complete evaluations is December 23, 2013.
This CE event is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing education for pharmacists, and continuing education certificates may be used for recertification of geriatric nurse practitioners through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).