Pharmacy Law Consultants

Develop your specialty expertise in pharmacy law so you can be recognized as the “go to” person for risk management and regulatory compliance to help your practice avoid legal liability. 

Expand your scope of expertise

Mitigate your risk in pharmacy practice.

Add an additional revenue source

Do you struggle with...

  • Providing consulting services to local prosecutors, law firms engaged in pharmacy litigation, or state board of pharmacy?
  • Obtaining a salaried position in regulatory compliance with pharmacy corporations, medical centers, pharmaceutical wholesalers?
  • Standing out in a saturated marketplace in pharmacy and distinguishing yourself with extra specializations?
  • Marketing yourself as the go-to pharmacy law expert

That’s why CEimpact partnered with pharmacist attorney, David Brushwood, to create the Pharmacy Law Consultant program. 

Earn your Pharmacy Law Consultant Badge in 3 easy steps

There are three, 15-hour courses to complete in order to earn your Pharmacy Law Consultant Badge: 

Meet our Faculty Law Expert

David B. Brushwood, R.Ph, J.D.
Senior Lecturer, The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Law Content Developer, CEimpact

Professor Emeritus of Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy, University of Florida College of Pharmacy
Senior Lecture, University of Wyoming College of Pharmacy

David Brushwood is a pharmacist attorney who has taught pharmacy law for more than 30 years and mentored students in MPJE prep throughout.

Set Yourself Apart

Earn your Pharmacy Law Consultant Badge!

• Distinguish yourself as an expert in pharmacy law

• Provide consulting services to local prosecutors, law firms engaged in pharmacy litigation, or your state board of pharmacy

• Have a career path in regulatory compliance such as with pharmacy corporations, medical centers, or pharmaceutical wholesalers Press release to share information about your expertise

Whatever path you choose, you will be equipped to serve as an expert in the area of pharmacy law.

Implement Regulatory Risk Management Strategies

Don't get caught!

Paying thousands of dollars in penalties for regulatory violations because you haven't demonstrated legal requirements for screening opioid prescriptions
Harming patients because you are aren't compliant with extemporaneous compounding requirements
Allowing counterfeit meds into your pharmacy because you aren't following track and trace requirements

Real Learners. Real Reviews.

"Really the best Pharmacy CE on the market."

Thomas B. California Pharmacist

"This CE was exactly what I was looking for. Not only did it provide up-to-date information on emerging pharmaceutical trends and practices, but it also offered practical insights that I could immediately apply in my daily work."

Sara K. Texas Pharmacist

"This course didn't just fulfill my CE requirements; it inspired me to continuously seek excellence in my practice."

Mark B. Wisconsin Pharmacist

3 Courses. Any Order. On Your Time.

  • Forensic Pharmacy
  • Risk Management
  • Pharmacy Regulation
Forensic Pharmacy

Basic Principles of Forensic Pharmacy 

It may seem bizarre, even surreal, but sometimes people intentionally use pharmaceutical products to kill other people. In these cases, the murder weapons are medications obtained from a pharmacy where their intent is drug therapy. And sometimes pharmacists can be held accountable.​  

This course explores cases where pharmaceutical products were used by criminals to kill people, identifies people at risk of intentional harm by pharmaceuticals, and outlines best practices pharmacists should put in place to protect people from harm.​ 

Risk Management

Pharmacy Risk Management Skills

A comprehensive exploration of pharmacy malpractice liability. We present real-world cases to understand negligence liability and learn strategies for malpractice avoidance, including:

1. duty to warn
2. order processing errors 
3. verbal counseling
4. documentation hazards
5. prevention of adverse events

You'll learn strategies for effective communication with patients, risk management, and the implementation of continuous quality improvement programs

Pharmacy Regulation

Patient Safety Through Pharmacy Regulation  

An in-depth exploration of pharmaceutical regulation, covering structures, processes, and political influences of state boards of pharmacy, FDA, DEA, and CMS including:​ 

  1. The"Goldilocks Principle" and its implications for FDA enforcement activity
  2. Requirements for new molecular entity approval and drug labeling
  3. Regulatory controversies surrounding pharmacy compounding​, prescription-only vs. OTC, and Controlled substance distribution
  4. Challenges posed by prescription drug abuse
  5. Regulatory responsibilities of stakeholders​
  6. Compliance with federal payment systems​
  7. Management of regulatory liability for adverse drug events​

Every practice should have someone on their team who knows the laws at a high-level.

Make sure your pharmacy practice has a PLC on your team! Make sure that PLC is YOU!

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