Sixty-day submission rule enabled May 1, 2014: Providers have 60 days post the CPE activity participation date to upload the participant credit into CPE Monitor. To date this functionality was disabled until providers and learners may get used to using the CPE Monitor service. Since all providers are using the CPE Monitor system, ACPE will enable the 60-day submission rule May 1, 2014. Many of you have already established your workflow systems to accommodate this rule. What does this mean?
- For Live CPE Activities: The provider must upload the participant information 60 days from the date the participant completed the CPE activity. This date must be identical to the live date listed in the CPE activity in the ACPE Provider Web Tool.
- For Home Study CPE Activities: The provider must upload the participant information 60 days from the date the participant completed the CPE activity. The date of participation must be between the initial release date and the expiration date of the Home Study CPE activity that is listed in the ACPE Provider Web Tool. If the participant completes the enduring (home study) activity on the date of expiration, the provider will have 60 days post-expiration date to upload the participant information.
- CPE Activities Credit: Once the participant's information is entered, credit will be uploaded to CPE Monitor. You (the participant) are responsible to check and verify your credit appears on CPE Monitor within 60 day of the program date and notifying the provider if they have not appeared. Credits will not be accepted by ACPE after 60 days.
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New Partnership with NCAP to offer Long Acting Injectables Virtual Training Program
As of October 1, 2021, immunizing pharmacists in North Carolina now have the authority to administer long-acting injectable medications to patients age 18 and older pursuant to a prescription. This new authority marks a long-awaited win for our profession and addresses a clear public health need that will undoubtedly provide great value to our patients. According to NCBOP rule, immunizing pharmacists who wish to exercise this new authority will require advanced training in long-acting injectables.
In collaboration with Campbell University College of Pharmacy and UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, NCAP is pleased to bring you an ACPE accredited virtual learning experience specifically designed to meet statutory and NCBOP rules for pharmacists in administering long-acting injectables.
This 5-hour training is geared specifically with the busy pharmacist in mind offering bite-sized training modules for completion in 45 minutes or less.
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