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Continuing Education for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
Pharmacy CE
ACPE Accredited Continuing Education for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
CE On-The-Go
Bite-sized information to improve patient care, right at your fingertips!
Sometimes, good things come in small packages, especially our CEs On-The-Go! These 0.25 hour-credit courses are perfect for filling up your downtime. All our CEs On-The-Go are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Credits are automatically reported to CPE Monitor and/or CE Broker upon course completion.
The Weekly Dose
The Weekly Dose: A CE On-The-Go Series
Learn about common health issues and treatment guidelines in 15 minutes. Read our weekly refreshers to stay sharp and alert in the pharmacy.

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes In Childhood and Adolescence – 0.25 CE

More often than not, parents contribute to the weight problems of their children. These weight problems can wreck havoc in young and developing bodies...


Pandemic Preparedness for Pharmacy Professionals – 0.25 CE

The COVID-19 pandemic came without a warning and no one was prepared. This course will help increase the participants' awareness of the various sector...


How to Communicate with Cognitively Impaired Individuals – 0.25 CE

Pharmacy professionals communicate with patients of different backgrounds and different medical conditions, including cognitively impaired patients. N...


Stress-Reduction for the Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians – 0.25 CE

Burnout in the healthcare profession is rampant, and it’s not difficult to see why. Professionals work under intense pressure for hours on end, ofte...

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS): An Overview for Pharmacy Professionals – 0.25 CE

Middle East respiratory syndrome, commonly known as MERS, is a serious and potentially fatal respiratory illness caused by a strain of coronavirus. Al...


Sepsis: An Overview – 0.25 CE

This course provides pharmacy professionals with an overview of sepsis as well as the tools that they need to reduce sepsis risk in vulnerable patient...