Pharmacy CE Library

2020-2021 Influenza Vaccination

Reviews the 2020-2021 ACIP/CDC recommendations for influenza immunization and provides an overview of the different flu vaccine products that will be available.

Self-Study | 1.00 hours

Medication Error Prevention in Special Populations

Identifies why pediatric and elderly populations have an increased risk for medication errors, reviews common errors with OTC meds, injectables, and inhalers, and discusses strategies for reducing and preventing these errors.

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.”