Remedial Pharmacy Law Review
Remedial Pharmacy Law Review
Commit to an ethical, responsible, and professional practice guided by pharmacy law and ethics.
Whether you’ve been disciplined by the Board of Pharmacy or you want to mitigate your risk with a pharmacy law refresher, this course is for you. You’ll learn practical ways to stay current with regulatory changes impacting your license, strategies to avoid regulatory violations, and updates on important laws enforced by the FDA, DEA, and State Boards of Pharmacy.
Upon successful completion of this application-based CPE course, pharmacists should be able to:
1. Evaluate regulatory challenges in pharmacy practice from a perspective based on principles of pharmacy ethics.
2. Discuss the scope of authority of a state board of pharmacy and of other government agencies that regulate the practice of pharmacy.
3. Describe the process through which state boards of pharmacy exercise their authority to discipline those who have allegedly violated pharmacy laws.
4. Identify laws enforced by the federal Food and Drug Administration, as enforced also by state boards of pharmacy.
5. Identify laws enforced by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, as enforced also by state boards of pharmacy.
6. Discuss how pharmacists must comply with federal laws related to drugs, the distribution of drugs, and payment for drugs.
7. Describe how to search the website of a state board of pharmacy to locate statutes and regulations that are of primary importance to practicing pharmacists.
8. Illustrate how the qualities of responsibility and professionalism can support pharmacy practice in the development of strategies to avoid regulatory violations.
9. Describe the evolution of pharmacy practice toward new professional roles and the regulatory implications of that professional expansion
David B. Brushwood, R.Ph, J.D.
Senior Lecturer, The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Law Content Developer, CEimpact
David B. Brushwood does not report any actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to this continuing pharmacy education course.
Course fee includes course, course materials, and CPE credit submission to CPE Monitor.
Course is non-refundable.
Initial Release Date: June 1, 2021
Planned Expiration Date: June 1, 2024
This course is provided for educational purposes. CEimpact is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice of any kind. For legal advice, please contact a licensed attorney.
Copyright 2021, CEimpact. All Rights Reserved. Any reproduction of this course without express permission is strictly forbidden.
CEImpact is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Obtain CPE credit by completing the course, followed by the exam and evaluation (if applicable). Once successfully completed, your course will appear in your Completed Courses tab. Access your CPE statement of credit at www.MyCPEMonitor.net.
¹CEImpact provides you with two (2) opportunities to complete the exam. The learner will not receive CPE credit after two failed attempts.