You will receive a unique ID after setting up your e-Profile with NABP and registering for CPE Monitor. ACPE-accredited providers are set up to transmit data through the CPE Monitor system. This means that you will need to provide your NABP e-Profile ID and date of birth (MMDD) when you register for CPE or submit a request for credit.
Providers have up to 60 days from the date of your activity to submit CPE claim data to ACPE. If you do not submit your credit to the CPE provider by the provider’s submission deadline, the provider will be unable to submit your claim to ACPE for transmission to your e-Profile. Always submit CPE activity claims as soon as possible upon completion of a CPE activity.
Please note that some providers have deadlines that are less than 60 days (eg, 30 days) due to the fact that they require more time to process a CPE activity claim and transmit it to ACPE. Check with the individual providers for their submission deadlines.
Currently, CPE Monitor only stores data from ACPE-accredited CPE providers. Non-ACPE provider data will not be transmitted to CPE Monitor nor can it be added manually. Pharmacists and technicians will need to submit proof of non-ACPE-accredited CPE directly to the board of pharmacy.
|Anticoagulation Information||APHA-American Pharmacists Association|
|Cancer.NET||CDC-Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention|
|Celiac Support Association||Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services|
|DEA - Diversion Control Division||Drug Information Resources|
|Drugs / Pregnancy Breast Feeding Issues||E.P.A. - Hazardous Waste Information|
|FDA-Drug Shortages||FDA-Drug Safety and Availability|
|Global Health Map||Immunization Action Coalition|
|JAMA-Journal of the American Medical||Medication Error Reporting|
|National Institute on Drug Abuse||National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teens|
|NCCMERP - National Coordinating Council for medication Errors||New Hampshire Dept of Health and Human Services|
|New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy||New Hampshire P.D.M.P.|
|NewsLine for Pharmacists||TIRF-REMS Website|
|PharmGKB: The Pharmacogenomics Knowledgebase||Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration|
Disclaimer:The New Hampshire Pharmacists Association does not assume any liability for any aspect of information provided by any website listed above.
NHPA Mission Statement
Your NHPA website has been updated and is now smartphone friendly.
Please take the time to view the website from your laptop as well as from your smartphone.
We look forward to your comments and suggestions.