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NHPA’s Special Spring CQI CE

Tuesday April 14, 2020

5-7pm

MCPHS University

22 Fir Street, Manchester, NH 03103

Target Audience:  Accredited for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians


Program Schedule

4:30-5pm - Registration (Please check in at security at MCPHS University 22 Fir Street, Manchester, NH 03101) and light refreshments


5pm-7pm  “Continuous Quality Improvement - 1 Year Later & New Inspection Rules”   Robert Stout, BS, RPh



2 hours of knowledge based law CE credits


Pharmacists - ACPE #0837-9999-20-018-L03-P


Technicians  - ACPE #0837-9999-20-019-L03-T






Program Description


This is an ACPE accredited 2-hour law CE program for pharmacists that will educate participants on the updates and recent changes to NH Ph2100 and an update on Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) 1 year after implementation from an expert point of view.


Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technicians Objectives:

1.Identify the requirements and format of the new inspection rules (Ph2100).
2.Explain how to perform self-inspections and risk factors for board inspections.
3.Describe the final version of the Ph1700 rules for CQI.
4.Identify major and minor violations of Ph1700.
5.Describe the pharmacist/pharmacy technician role in establishing a program to meet minimum CQI standards.



Presentation Materials

Course evaluation instructions

Post Test for TECHNICIANS -click here

Course evaluation instructions

Post Test for Pharmacists - click here

Evaluations and Post Test MUST Be Completed on or before Tuesday NOON April 21st, 2020

 We will have a round table discussion at the conclusion of the CE program. This is your chance to sit, discuss and offer your ideas regarding legislative initiatives, work concerns, vision for the future and most importantly how the association can better serve membership.



New Hampshire Pharmacists Association 

373 South Willow Street  D1-1, Suite 165

Manchester, NH 03103

eMail: info@nhpharmacists.net

NHPA Mission Statement

The mission of the New Hampshire Pharmacists Association is to promote, enhance, and advance pharmacy practice, in the State of New Hampshire by advocating for the professional interests of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, student pharmacists, and ancillary pharmacy personnel as well as to advocate for the health and welfare of the general public.

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