Pharmacy Law & Practice On Demand

All sessions from the 2017 Pharmacy Law & Practice Conference are on-demand! On-Demand learning provides participants with the ability to complete a training through a self-paced, self-guided online environment and earn continuing education units.

*Please note: If you claimed credit through the live-streaming or in-person training for any session of this conference, you will not be able to claim credit again for the same session through on-demand.

Registration Fees:

CPhA Member Non-Member
Individual Sessions (per session) $129 $229
Entire Series $349 $549

Select one or more of the following on-demand course(s) from the conference to register:

Entire Pharmacy Law & Practice Conference Bundle

Includes access to all six (6) sessions  |  Register Now

2017 New Laws Review

Speaker: Tony J. Park, Pharm.D., J.D., Principal Attorney, California Pharmacy Lawyers

This session will review new laws in 2017. It will review old and new rules of pharmacy practice as well as identify potential pitfalls.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Non-Sterile Compounding

Speaker: Henry Truong, PharmD, MHA, ABAAHP, FAARM, of Mariner Advanced Pharmacy

This session will identify legally minimum required records for all non-sterile compounded products, determine proper handling and storage of all materials and drugs, and proper care/maintenance of compounding equipment. It will also discuss the implications of newly implementing, or continuing to offer, non-sterile compounding into a pharmacy practice.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Common Recordkeeping Errors – PBM Recoupments and BOP Enforcement Actions

Speaker: Ivan Petrzelka, PharmD, JD, MBA, California Pharmacy Lawyers

This session will identify recordkeeping areas frequently audited by the Board of Pharmacy and recordkeeping errors serving as grounds for PBM recoupments. It will also develop mitigation and risk management strategies to minimize regulatory and financial risk.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Cures 2.0 and the Pharmacist Corresponding Responsibility

Speaker: Ivan Petrzelka, PharmD, JD, MBA, California Pharmacy Lawyers

This session will review pharmacy and pharmacist staff education on Cures 2.0 and the Pharmacist’s corresponding responsibility regarding controlled substance prescriptions under California Board of Pharmacy Law and federal Drug Enforcement Agency Requirements with recommendations for compliance best practices.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Sterile Compounding

Speaker: Henry Truong, PharmD, MHA, ABAAHP, FAARM, of Mariner Advanced Pharmacy

This session will identify legally minimum required records for all sterile compounded products and determine proper handling and storage of all materials and drugs with proper care and maintenance of compounding equipment. It will also discuss the implications of newly implementing, or continuing to offer, sterile compounding into a pharmacy practice.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Licensure Defense from the Board of Pharmacy

Speaker: Tony J. Park, Pharm.D., J.D., Principal Attorney, & Ivan Petrzelka, PharmD, JD, MBA, California Pharmacy Lawyers

This session will identify potential threats and common types of governmental enforcement action as well as implement risk mitigation strategies to avoid adverse government action. It will also discuss best practices and outline steps in handling regulatory inquiry.

CE: 1.5 hours | Register Now

Continuing Pharmacy Education

The California Pharmacists Association (#0113) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Upon completing an evaluation form, participants will be awarded up to 6 hours (0.6 CEUs) of Continuing Pharmacy Education Credit. A statement of credit will not be issued. Participants may log onto the CPE monitor website using their individual log in to download their statement of credit. Please allow 4 weeks for processing of CPE credits to the CPE monitor.

UANs: 0113-0000-17-055-H03P; 0113-0000-17-056-H07-P; 0113-0000-17-057-H03-P; 0113-0000-17-058-H04-P; 0113-0000-17-059-H07-P; and 0113-0000-17-060-H04-P