Join the Office of Alumni Relations for a webinar on Missouri Pharmacy law updates!
This session, intended for pharmacists, will review recent 2018 changes that affect pharmacists and pharmacies in Missouri. Learn potential legislation for 2019 and beyond that will continue to impact the profession. Discuss ways that you, as a pharmacist, can continue to advocate for the patients and the practice of pharmacy.
This CE activity is an online webinar. Participants will need reliable high-speed internet access to successfully complete this program. This program is best completed on a laptop or desktop computer; mobile compatibility cannot be guaranteed. Participants may also need Adobe Reader, available for free on Adobe's website, for some handouts associated with this content.
Video and Handouts:
All handouts and educational materials will be provided electronically on this event page. To access, please first ensure you are logged in. Then, click the + symbol beside the module to expand. The video will be embedded. Any available handouts will be available as clickable text download links beneath the video.
Note: The video and handouts for this activity will not be made available until the release date.
Refunds are not available for this CE activity.
Additional Information & Contacts:
Alumni - did you know you can attend this session for FREE? St. Louis College of Pharmacy alumni can be sent a discount code to participate in this CE program at no cost. To receive your code, or for questions about this CE activity, please contact Stephanie Mauzy, Director of Alumni Relations at Stephanie.Mauzy@stlcop.edu.
- St. Louis College of Pharmacy Alumni
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Requirements for CE Credit
St. Louis College of Pharmacy Alumni can participate in this program at no charge. Please contact Stephanie.Mauzy@stlcop.edu for your coupon code!
- Describe recent pharmacy-related legislative updates in Missouri.
- Discuss potential 2019 legislative agenda for the profession of pharmacy.
- Identify ways to get involved in advocating for pharmacy and patients.
Release Date: Sep 21, 2018
Credit Expiration Date: Dec 15, 2018