- March 4, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Dallas Area Pharmacy Association, Texas Pharmacy Association, and Kroger Health Presents:
Lisa D. Sullivan
Drug Diversion – Safety Implication
DEA Dallas Field Division
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2021 AT 6:30 PM
This Texas State Board of Pharmacy required Prescribing and Monitoring Controlled Substances CE Requirement 1 hour CE will be applied ONLY to DAPA/TPA members!
If you are NOT a member and you want to join us, welcome! (but CE will not be granted to non-members).
0154-9999-21-001-L08-P 0154-9999-21-001-L08-T 1 Contact Hour (0.1 CEU)
At the completion of this activity, pharmacists and technicians will be able to:
1. Discuss the opioid abuse epidemic on a state and national level and the factors that have contributed to the current crisis.
2. List the approved procedures of prescribing and monitoring controlled substances.
3. Describe the pharmacists’ role in addressing and preventing prescription drug abuse.
4. Explain regulatory compliance, legislative, and enforcement aspects of opioid abuse.
An ACPE Statement of Credit will be uploaded to the CPE Monitor no more than six weeks after the program to all registrants who login, complete an evaluation form and satisfy all other stated criteria. Participants must provide their NABP CPE ID number to receive CE credit.
Texas Pharmacy Association (154) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Credit has been approved with the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education for 0.1 CEU credits and 1 Contact Hours credit. This credit is valid until 3/3/2024.
Have questions about Texas State Board of Pharmacy’s CE Requirements? Click Here.
Don’t want to miss out on this FREE CE opportunity?
TPA Membership with A DAPA AFFILIATE Membership that allows Members the Benefit of FREE MONTHLY CE’s, and DAPA Provides FREE Texas Law CE and Opioid Use Disorder CE Requirements, as part of their Membership Fees.
Register to be a TPA/DAPA member! Scroll down for more information.
Click on this link to register to be a TPA/DAPA member.
TPA serves members practicing in all areas of pharmacy, including community, hospitals, long-term care facilities, education, manufacturing and distribution. TPA is an effective and strong voice for all Texas pharmacy professionals in advocacy, continuing education and practice innovation by empowering today’s pharmacists to be effective health-care advisors.
How do I become a DAPA/TPA Member?
To be a DAPA member, remember to choose Dallas Area Pharmacy Association as your AFFILIATE during your registration with the Texas Pharmacy Association.
Follow the prompts of the registration process and choose the following:
Click on this link for details!