At the conclusion of the 25th Annual ASHP Conference for Pharmacy Leaders, attendees will be able to:
- Describe insights on what strategic effectiveness and nimbleness means in today’s healthcare market.
- Discuss executive challenges such as setting goals for alignment, care and cost optimization, interprofessional team development, and resource allocation.
- Discuss the market forces influencing pharmacy benefit managers’ engagement with customers, payers, and patients.
- Explain the role that health-system leaders can play in promoting resilience for themselves and their staff.
- Pharmacy managers and members of the management team
- Pharmacy team leaders
- Aspiring leaders
- Seasoned practitioners
- New supervisors
- Pharmacy residents
- Multi-hospital pharmacy leaders
- Health-system administrators
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Some states have special criteria for program content to meet their requirements for continuing education. Check with your state to determine if such requirements exist and to determine which educational sessions meet those requirements.
ASHP determines the number of contact hours for each session. Registrants may earn up to 10.0 contact hours (1.00 CEUs) at the 25th Annual ASHP Conference for Pharmacy Leaders.
Florida Department of Health Continuing Education Credits
Florida-licensed pharmacists must self-report their meeting continuing pharmacy education credit hours to CE Broker. ASHP is not offering Florida Consultant Pharmacy CE at this conference.
Continuing Pharmacy Education
In accordance with ACPE’s Accreditation Standards for Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE), ASHP fully supports the following:
Definition of Continuing Education
Continuing pharmacy education for the profession of pharmacy is a structured educational activity designed or intended to support the continuing development of pharmacists and/or pharmacy technicians to maintain and enhance their competence. Continuing pharmacy education (CPE) should promote problem-solving and critical thinking, and it should be applicable to the safe practice of pharmacy.
A basic principle and best practice in adult learning, active learning means interaction with faculty and other participants to improve learning, retention, and application of new knowledge and skills. Even in large sessions, faculty use participatory instructional techniques intended to engage you more fully as a learner.
Learning Assessment and Feedback
Learning assessment and feedback are part of every activity; while participating in an activity, attendees will assess their own learning through various teaching formats and techniques.
CPE activities at the 25th Annual ASHP Conference for Pharmacy Leaders are knowledge-based and application-based. Knowledge-based sessions are designed primarily for acquiring factual knowledge; application-based sessions primarily apply the information learned in the time allotted.
ACPE universal activity number topic designations are used by boards of pharmacy when a specific type of CPE is required for re-licensure:
|01||Disease state management/drug therapy|
|07||Compounding, sterile and non-sterile|
ACPE standards require us to develop and conduct evaluations for each CPE activity. Beyond this requirement, your feedback is important to us for evaluating achievement of the learning objectives, quality of faculty, effectiveness of teaching methods and materials, and perceptions of commercial bias.
ACCME Standards for Commercial Support
ACPE has adopted the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support. These standards require separation of continuing education from commercial influence. Instructional materials for CPE activities, including presentation slides, undergo peer review to ensure compliance with the Standards for Commercial Support.
Relevant Financial Relationships Disclosure Statements
Presenters, program chairs, planners, reviewers, ASHP staff, and others with an opportunity to control CE content, are required to disclose financial relationships with commercial interests. In accordance with these standards, all potential conflicts of interest have been resolved prior to the CPE activity taking place. ASHP will disclose financial relationship information to meeting attendees in the onsite program, on the mobile app, and at the beginning of the education session. ASHP maintains disclosure information on file for six years. Poster disclosures are displayed in the lower-right corner of the poster boards.
Continuing Professional Development
An approach to lifelong learning, continuing professional development (CPD) is a process of active participation in learning activities geared to helping individuals develop and maintain continuing competence, enhance their professional practice, and support achievement of their career goals. CPD emphasizes self-reflection as well as educational plan development, implementation, documentation, and evaluation. Educational sessions and other activities at the meeting may form part of your own CPD plan. For more information, visit ACPE’s website.
Educational Session Materials
Materials will be available for registered attendees on the web-based itinerary planner on October 15. Download or print the materials for the sessions you plan to attend before the meeting and bring them with you. View the Itinerary Planner.
NOTE: Printers will not be provided onsite, and handouts will not be provided in the session rooms.
Poster sessions allow attendees to informally discuss current projects in pharmacy practice with colleagues. This is your opportunity to pick up ideas from hundreds of successful programs that have worked in other healthcare systems.
NOTE: CPE credit is not offered for poster sessions.
After participating in the educational activities of this conference, attendees process and claim their CE credit online through ASHP eLearning. Attendees claiming their CE online will be able to view their CE statements immediately. All attendees must complete an evaluation and claim their CE by December 15, 2020.
NOTE: To ensure your credit hours have been transferred to CPE Monitor, verify the accuracy of your CPE Monitor profile prior to the 60-day deadline. After 60 days, ASHP is unable to transfer your CE credit hours to CPE Monitor.
NABP’s CPE Monitor
To process CE, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians must enter an NABP e-Profile ID, birth month, and date in ASHP eLearning. After you have entered this information, it is saved for future CE processing. Obtain an e-Profile ID on NABP’s website.