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 for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians cover a variety of topics, including law, compounding, and general pharmacy.
Register for one of our home study webinars. Then log in to NABP’s CPE Submission Site and enter the enrollment code to view the webinar.
Featured Home Study Webinar
Understanding the Updated NCPDP SCRIPT National E-prescribing Standard
Attendees will 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.
Current Home Study Webinars
Biosimilar and Interchangeable Products: What Do Pharmacists Need to Know?
Gain an understanding of the scientific concepts about biological products and the scientific and regulatory basis for the biosimilar pathway. During this webinar, presenters from Food and Drug Administration discuss updates about important and timely issues related to biosimilar and interchangeable products for pharmacists.
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.
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.
What’s New From the DEA Diversion Control Division
Learn how DEA’s Diversion Control Division ongoing programs can help patients stay safe. This webinar discusses the opioid crisis amid the COVID-19 pandemic, current DEA prevention initiatives, and the Suspicious Orders Reporting System requirements.
USP COVID-19 Vaccine Handling Toolkit: Operational Considerations to Support Confidence, Trust, and Quality
Pharmacists, technicians, and other health care professionals will receive an in depth look at USP’s COVID-19 Vaccine Handling Toolkit and learn tips related to vaccine delivery, safe handling, and quality standards.
Dietary Supplement Regulation: Recognizing Fact From Fiction
In this webinar, regulatory experts will explore the framework governing dietary supplements, explain why adulterated and/or misbranded supplements continue to be readily available to patients, and provide pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with information they need to protect public health.
Preparing for FDA’s Compounding MOU
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who serve on the state boards of pharmacy will learn how FDA’s MOU on compounded human drug products can help reduce the risk of injury to patients by improving oversight of compounding pharmacies and gain insight about how the MOU acts as an agreement.
Pharmacists and Patient Safety: ISMP Medication Error Reports and Self-Assessment Tools
Experts from the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) discuss how pharmacists can improve patient safety and how outpatient and community pharmacies can proactively assess risk and reduce medication errors by implementing industry best practices.
Medication-Assisted Treatment: Overcoming Barriers to Improve Access for Patients
Learn how pharmacist-provided MAT can help those suffering from opioid use disorder. This home study webinar also discusses the struggles of addiction and recovery, as well as the steps states are taking to increase MAT access.
Home Study Registration
Complete the form to receive an enrollment code for the Home Study Program(s). You will need to log in to NABP’s CPE Submission Site and enter the enrollment code to view the webinar and earn credit.