Licensed Advanced Pharmacy Technician
What you need to know about this new license class
Target Audience: Accredited for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians
Zoom Event on May 24th 2021 from 6-8PM
Robert Stout, RPh graduated from Mass College of Pharmacy in 1975. Over the past 44 years he has been a pharmacy owner, worked as a chain pharmacy manager and held positions at several Independent pharmacies and long term care facilities. Currently the president of the New Hampshire Pharmacists Association, he is a past president of the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy and has served on various committees. Mr. Stout was awarded the New Hampshire Pharmacist of the year award in 2018. He is a certified Immunization trainer and has been involved in direct patient care initiatives. He is an adjunct professor at MCPHS Manchester teaching pharmacy law and is actively involved with state legislative efforts involving the pharmacy profession.
This program reviews the enabling statute for the Licensed advanced pharmacy technician passed in 2019 and the recently approved draft rules showing the requirements for licensure, the tasks allowed in this expanded role and the areas of study needed to successfully pass the qualifying exam.
N.H. 318:29 - Click here
Pharmacist Objectives (ACPE #0837-9999-21-123-L03-P)
Technician Objectives (ACPE #0837-9999-21-123-L03-T)
Evaluations and Post Test is now Closed! Thank You for Attending
New Hampshire Pharmacists Association
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Manchester, NH 03103
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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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