Webinar

March 25, 2020
1-2 PM CDT

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Understanding and Avoiding Conflicts of Interest and Inappropriate Communications

The image and reputation of boards of pharmacy must be impeccable if they are to remain a viable force in state government. With this in mind, board members and staff must constantly be aware of and avoid conflicts of interest and inappropriate communications. In this webinar, you will learn how to identify and avoid conflicts of interest and inappropriate communications.

Carrie Garber Siegrist, JD, an associate at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

The complimentary webinar is eligible for Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit and is being offered to board members, executive officers, compliance officers, and legal counsel.

    • 1 Contact Hour (0.1 CEU)
    • UAN: 0205-0000-20-004-L04-P
    • UAN: 0205-0000-20-004-L04-T

You will need a computer with high-speed internet access to view our screens and audio capabilities, via computer or phone, to hear the webinar. Browser requirements are as follows: Internet Explorer (7.0+), Firefox (9.0+), Adobe Flash Player (10.3+), Google Chrome, and Safari (5.0+).


Obtaining CPE Credit
  • Target Audience: pharmacists and pharmacy technicians from all practice settings.
  • Activity Type: knowledge-based and designed to enhance or add to knowledge of a topic.
  • Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
    1. Identify when a conflict of interest or a perceived conflict of interest exists for a board member serving on a board of pharmacy.
    2. Analyze and develop a proposed approach for an executive director of a board of pharmacy to manage a conflict of interest or a perceived conflict of interest.
    3. Evaluate communication methods and content between board of pharmacy members regarding whether such communications result in, or give the appearance of resulting in, deliberations outside of the official board meeting.
  • Requirement for earning CPE: To earn ACPE-accredited CPE for this activity, participants must be registered as an attendee, attend the activity in its entirety, answer the self-assessment questions provided by the presenter, and submit the activity code online using the NABP CPE submission site located at https://nabp.pharmacy/claimcpe. To obtain CPE credit, participants must also complete activity and speaker evaluations.

All CPE submissions must be submitted online within 60 days from the webinar (no later than 12 PM on May 24, 2020). Contact NABP Professional Affairs staff at 847/391-4406 for information about CPE activities and instructions.

NABP and the NABP Foundation are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as providers of continuing pharmacy education (CPE). ACPE Provider Number: 0205.