POSTPONED to June 13, 2021
Advances in Pharmacy Practice
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy is pleased to present the 42nd Annual Symposium on
Advances in Pharmacy Practice, a continuing pharmacy educational program, developed
for pharmacists to be kept up to date on pharmacy practice. Daniel A. Hussar, PhD, will
present New Drugs of 2020.
The introduction of new drugs into the marketplace is one of the most important topics
pharmacists. It is equally important to understand current trends and therapeutic issues
affecting pharmacy practice.
Daniel A. Hussar, PhD
Dean Emeritus and Remington Professor Emeritus of Pharmacy
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy
Dates and Locations
Sunday, June 13, 2021
After attending this program, pharmacists will be able to:
New Drugs of 2020
- Identify the indications, routes of administration, important pharmacokinetic
properties, and unique characteristics of the new therapeutic agents
marketed in 2020.
- Identify the most common adverse effects of new therapeutic agents
marketed in 2020.
- Compare the newer products to similar medications already on the market.
Cost and Registration
The registration fee is $50.00 for 2 CE hours.
If you must cancel after registering, USciences will refund your fee if notice of your cancellation is received at least five business days prior to the program. No refunds will be given if notice of cancellation is received after this time.
Continuing Education Credit
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Target Audience: These knowledge-based activities have been developed for pharmacists.
To obtain credit:
For successful completion of the program and eligibility for credit, the participant
must be present for the entire program to receive a program “claiming code”. In order
to obtain credit for this program, please log into the PCP CECENTER website
https://www.highmarksce.com/pcp/ to register and complete the online program evaluation and learning assessment exam. A score of 70% or higher, with a maximum of 3 attempts, is required to claim credit. Submission of learning assessments and program evaluations must be completed within 30 days of the program expiration date to receive continuing education credit. Please note that it may take up to 4 weeks for credits to be processed and available on CPE Monitor.
Pennsylvania pharmacists are required to complete 2 hours of continuing education on Patient Safety and at least 2 hours of pharmacist continuing education in pain management, the identification of addiction or in the practices of prescribing or dispensing of opioids.
For more information, call 215-596-7619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program has not received any financial support.
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