The 2020 Virtual Pharmacy Practice Seminar (PPS) offers 26 hours of CPE content for On Demand learning. One registration includes Texas State Board of Pharmacy CE requirements for Texas Pharmacy Law, Immunization Updates, Sterile Compounding Updates, PMP, Opioid, and Pain Management. New and current registrants can pick and choose content that fits their current practice needs. Content is available for two years.
PPS traditionally has been a live seminar program taking place on a weekend every fall. This is the 68th year of the program. Due to COVID-19, the program was shifted to a virtual format.
PPS offered Live Broadcast sessions on September 26 and 27. That content is now available for new and existing registrants. Register or log in to view the content, complete online evaluations and the CPE credit will automatically load to your NABP profile. All your CPE needs in one place!
THANK YOU to the 400+ that joined us for the LIVE BROADCASTS on September 26-27!
Registrants for the Live Broadcasts can still accss all content below.
UT Austin College of Pharmacy Preceptors / Alumni / Faculty / Residents / Graduate Students: Reduced Registration Fee of $250 - use coupon code:virtualfaculty
Pharmacy Technicians: Reduced Registration Fee of $50 - use coupon code:virtualtech
NOTE: Invalid use of codes will result in canceled registration. Please verify use with UT CPE if you have any questions.
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This knowledge-based activity is approved for 26.00 hours of continuing education credit. In order to receive 26.00 CE credit, the participant must complete the on demand video activity sessions then complete the online evaluation that follows each accredited session. After an online evaluation is submitted, CE credit is transmitted directly to CPE Monitor within two weeks.
2020 Texas Pharmacy Law Update
Cite recent changes in pharmacy laws and rules and their impact on daily practice.
Discuss applicability of Texas Pharmacy Laws to preceptor development.
Critically discuss practice scenarios/questions regarding Texas pharmacy laws and rules
Allison Vordenbaumen Benz, RPh, MS
Executive Director/Secretary , Texas State Board of Pharmacy
Distinguish clinical features, diagnosis, and clinical monitoring tools for best-practice treatment of ADHD in child, adolescent, adult, and aging populations.
Appraise the current understanding of the efficacy and safety of ADHD treatments, workup, and the impact of comorbid disease states across the age spectrum.
Compare the current and near-horizon ADHD treatments (psychotherapy, nutritional, pharmacotherapy, and “video games”) with regard to mechanism of action, duration of activity, adverse effects, and cost.
Steven Pliszka, MD, M.D.
Professor and Chair of Department of Psychiatry, The University of Texas Health Science Center at S
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The author(s) of this continuing education activity have made reasonable efforts to ensure that all information contained herein is accurate in accordance with the latest available scientific evidence at the time of publication. However, because information regarding medications, treatment guidelines, and other healthcare information is subject to constant change, the participant is advised to always confirm practice resources before applying any learned information in practice.Activities produced by UT Continuing Pharmacy Education are intended solely for purposes of supplementing health care professionals’ knowledge. The opinions expressed in this educational activity are those of the faculty and do not necessarily represent the views of The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy.