Pharmacy CE Library

Using Naloxone for Opioid Rescue Therapy

Learn from a discussion of the opioid overdose epidemic and naloxone therapy, plus information to help educate patients and caregivers.

PHARMACIST
Self-Study | 2.00 hours

COVID-19: What Pharmacy Teams Need to Know: On Demand

Listen as panelists discuss the impact of COVID-19 on pharmacy teams, including practical considerations for protecting employees and patients.

PHARMACIST & PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
Self-Study 1.00 hours

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the CE requirements for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians?
The number of CE hours and types of CE a pharmacist or pharmacy technician needs depends on where and how they are licensed.

Where can I check my CE requirements?
Every Pharmacist’s Letter and Pharmacy Technician’s Letter subscription includes the CE & Training Organizer, which tracks basic CE requirements in:

  • All 50 United States
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Puerto Rico
  • Guam
  • Virgin Islands
  • All 10 Canadian provinces
  • All 3 Canadian territories

For pharmacy technicians, the CE & Training Organizer also tracks CE requirements for PTCB and NHA certifications.

Verify all requirements with your licensing state/agency.

Do online webinars count for live CE credit?
Yes, if you register for and attend the live session, pass a subsequent quiz, and complete an evaluation. Watching a webinar on demand does not count.

Are these courses ACPE-accredited?
Yes. Therapeutic Research Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.

Can pharmacy technicians take pharmacist CE courses?
PCTB, NHA and most states require pharmacy technician-specific CE. Pharmacy Technician’s Letter offers CE on tech-specific topics that’s ACPE-accredited with the audience designator “T.”