Home Study Webinars
The following webinars are recorded and available on-demand through NABP’s CPE Submission Site for home study credit. These CPE activities cover a variety of topics, including law, compounding, and general pharmacy.
Register for one of our home study webinars, and an access code will be emailed to you. You can then log in to NABP’s CPE Submission Site to enter the code and view the webinar. Remember to claim your CPE credit within 60 days to ensure that the claim is processed and you receive credit.
Featured Home Study Webinar
USP Compounding Chapters: Understanding the Latest Revisions
The revisions to USP Chapters <795> and <797> will become official on November 1, 2023 to allow for increased flexibility and engagement for adoption. In this webinar, presenters will discuss updates to the beyond-use dates, explore how the chapters reflect advancements in science and clinical practice, and clarify topics that were not consistently understood.
The Future of Drug Importation – Enhancing Networks to Safeguard Our Drug Supply Chain
As part of the Safe Importation Action Plan, states can submit proposals to help provide safe, effective, and more affordable prescription medications to American patients. Federal and state regulators will discuss what states have submitted Section 804 Importation Programs proposals and expectations for the future.
Current Home Study Webinars
Poster Presentations: Framing a New Practice Mindset
Attendees will hear from board and college of pharmacy representatives about presenters’ findings from projects and research related to their vision to advance pharmacy practice in furtherance of protecting the public health.
Just Culture – Creating a New Regulatory Mindset
Learn about the “just culture” concept and a broader systems approach to evaluating medication safety errors, as opposed to fines and disciplinary measures, to encourage error analysis and prevention of future errors.
What’s New With USP General Chapters <795> and <797>?
Learn about USP General Chapters <795> and <797> revisions, the implications for compounders and regulators, and what boards need to do to prepare for the official implementation date.
Exploring Medication Safety: New ISMP Best Practices for Community Pharmacy
Learn about how ISMP plans to inspire and mobilize board members, board staff, and practitioners from around the United States through their new 2023-2024 Targeted Medication Safety Best Practices for Community Pharmacy.
DSCSA Update – Are We Ready for November 27?
Learn about the threat that counterfeits pose to our nation’s drug supply, what dispensers can do to protect the supply chain, and what NABP is working on to facilitate interoperability.
DSCSA Update – What Do Regulators and Pharmacies Really Need to Know?
Get updates on the NABP DSCSA pilot project and how pharmacies can best prepare for the implementation of the 2023 requirements for product tracing.
Compounding From BDS: Understanding FDA’s Final Guidance
Learn about FDA’s Guidance for compounding animal drugs from bulk drug substances for use in nonfood-producing animals, as antidotes in food-producing animals, or as sedatives or anesthetic for wildlife.
The Importance of CAG 003 to the Successful Certification of Sterile Compounding Environments
Learn about the changes to USP General Chapter <797>, and how these changes will affect testing required to certify sterile compounding primary and secondary engineering controls.
NCC MERP: Pharmacist Tools to Support Patient Safety
Learn about the National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting and Prevention and discover their tools and resources that promote patient and medication safety.
Illegal Online Pharmacies’ Impact on Legitimate Health Care Businesses
Learn about the illegal online pharmacy landscape as well as both historic and recent government efforts to crack down on these bad actors.
Workplace Conditions and Pharmacy Personnel Burnout – Changing Course to Advance Change
Learn recent efforts from pharmacy stakeholders and regulators to ensure that pharmacy practice occurs in a working environment that is conducive to the well-being and safety of all patients.
The Evolving Overdose Crisis: Opportunities for Action
Hear experts discuss opportunities for prevention and harm reduction in order to protect public health in the current opioid epidemic.
Pharmacy Technicians: Expanding Scope Is Key to Advancing Practice
Explore the ways in which advancing pharmacy technician roles will continue to transform pharmacy practice.
Medication Safety and Quality Improvement in Community Pharmacy
Presenters will discuss advances in medication safety and quality improvement in Canadian community pharmacies and how it compares to continuous quality improvement (CQI) regulations for community pharmacies in the United States.
Understanding New DSCSA Requirements and Common Diversion Schemes
Learn how to avoid drug shortage diversion schemes and navigate the implementation of the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA).
Digital Health Compliance: How to Avoid Common Traps and Pitfalls
Learn about common federal and state compliance issues for online pharmacies and telemedicine platforms and successful ways to remedy them.
Understanding the Updated NCPDP SCRIPT National E-prescribing Standard
Learn about the new version of the NCPDP SCRIPT standard that will not only continue to protect patient safety but also help reduce administration burden on pharmacy and health care professionals.
How Boards of Pharmacy Are Addressing White and Brown Bagging
Learn how payers are increasingly requiring many clinician-administered drugs to be dispensed through white bagging and brown bagging. Participants will hear from industry and policy experts about the challenges, regulatory landscape, and board of pharmacy efforts to establish rules surrounding this landscape.
Educational Poster Session Part 1
Protecting the Public Health Through Enhanced Networks and Expanded Access | In the first webinar of a 2-part series, Board of pharmacy and college of pharmacy representatives present various poster displays related to working together to educate on pharmacy practices in furtherance of protecting the public health.
Educational Poster Session Part 2
Protecting the Public Health Through Enhanced Networks and Expanded Access | In the second webinar of a 2-part series, Board of pharmacy and college of pharmacy representatives present various poster displays related to working together to educate on pharmacy practices in furtherance of protecting the public health.
Access Is Crucial for Patients With Opioid Use Disorder: Expanding Pharmacists’ Role in MAT
Attendees will learn how pharmacists, who are the most accessible health care providers, can provide Medication-assisted treatment through collaborative practice and emergency use authorization to help patients suffering from opioid use disorder.
Understanding OUD, Its Treatment, and Related Stigmas
During this webinar, learn more about buprenorphine being a treatment option for dependency on opioids or other substances.
Demystifying Buprenorphine Regulations for Pharmacists and Clinicians
Learn about new solutions for pharmacy barriers in filling and dispensing prescriptions for buprenorphine.