How does the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy help monitor CPE units?


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The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy partners with the Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education to coordinate the transfer of continuing pharmacy education units through the CPE Monitor system. The NABP assigns unique identification numbers to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who have set up profiles. Educational units are first sent electronically from approved providers to the ACPE, and then on to the NABP database. You can log into your account and view your CPE credit information.

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All information concerning CPE units of credit is transmitted in digital form, and credits issued on paper statements by ACPE-accredited providers are not valid under the CPE Monitor system. If you want a record of your credits on a paper statement, you can print a copy from your NABP profile interface. You can select specific CPE activities to print, or print your entire transcript. The system is set up to recognize your NABP Enhanced Privacy ID and date of birth; you must correctly include this information each time you register for continuing education courses with approved providers.

Providers are not responsible for errors in the reporting system, so check to make sure all of your profile information is correct before course enrollment. If you forget your NABP EPID number, you can find out how to access it at MYCPEMonitor.net or the NABP website.

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