Georgia Pharmacy CE – Online Continuing Education for Pharmacists

ACPE Approved – Biologix Solutions is Approved as a Joint Provider of CPE by NPTA
Online Hours Allowed: All Required 30 Hours for Pharmacists
Biologix Solutions Report to CPE Monitor Within 24 Hours


Pharmacist’s Role in Preventing Opioid Abuse – 3 Hours
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$30
Management of Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting – 2 Hours
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$20
Overview of Immunotherapy in Cancer – 2 Hours
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$20
Management of Adverse Effects with Immunotherapy – 3 Hours
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$30
Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion – 3 Hours
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$25
Drug-Supplement Interactions : An Overview – 3 Hours
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$25
Human TranffickingHuman Trafficking – 2 Hours
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$15
Working with LGBTQ Patients in Pharmacy Settings – 2 Hours
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$15
Georgia Pharmacy CE, Medication ErrorsReducing Medical Errors – 2 Hours
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$15
Georgia PharmacyValidating Prescriptions for Controlled Substances – 2 Hours 
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$20
Georgia PharmacyHIV/AIDS for Pharmacy – 1 Hour 
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$10
Xerostomia – Causes and Treatment Strategies (Dry Mouth) – 2 Hours 
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$20
Georgia PharmacyDrug Induced Liver Injury (DILI) – 3 Hours
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$20
HIPAAHIPAA (Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act) – 1 Hour
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$10
Georgia Pharmacy Continuing Education Requirements : Click Here

Rule 480-3-.03 Continuing Pharmacy Education
(1) The Georgia State Board of Pharmacy has the statutory responsibility and authority for the requirement of continuing education as prerequisite for a license renewal.
(2) The purpose of continuing education for pharmacists is to maintain and enhance the professional competency of pharmacists licensed to practice in Georgia for the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the people of the State of Georgia.
(3) As a requirement for the biennial renewal of his/her license, a pharmacist must complete not less than thirty (30) hours of approved continuing education.
(4) One hour of C.E. is defined as 0.1 C.E.U. Each pharmacist in the State of Georgia must obtain 30 hours of continuing education or 3.0 C.E.U.’s per biennium for license renewal.
(a) Certificates documenting that 30 hours of approved continuing education or 3.0 C.E.U.’s must be completed and dated within the biennium.
(5) A pharmacist licensed before or during the first six (6) months of the biennium (January to June), shall be required to obtain 30 hours of C.E. A pharmacist licensed during the following twelve (12) months (June to July) shall be required to obtain 15 hours of C.E. A pharmacist licensed during the last six (6) months of the biennium shall be exempt from continuing education for that biennium only.
(6) In the event of an audit and a pharmacist fails to submit certificates, which document his/her required continuing education credits, the Board will not process his/her request to renew the license until the continuing education requirements are provided to the Board.
(a) The pharmacist may not carry over continuing education credits from one licensing period to the next.
(b) Nothing is meant to prohibit representatives from the Georgia Drugs and Narcotics Agency (GDNA) from assisting, auditing, or verifying a pharmacist’s continuing education certificates as needed.
(c) Each licensed pharmacist shall maintain these certificates of attendance at continuing education meetings for a period of two (2) years from the date of the preceding renewal period.
(7) The staff of the Georgia Board of Pharmacy may audit, or otherwise select randomly, the continuing education of a percentage of licensees as determined by the Board.
(8) The Board may accept continuing education approved by other Boards of Pharmacy where such continuing education meets the requirements established by the Board.
(9) Approval of providers and sponsors shall be as follows:
(a) All providers and sponsors of continuing education must be approved by the Board.
(b) American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (A.C.P.E.) approved providers shall submit documentation to the Board of such approval every two (2) years and have blanket approval.
(c) All other providers shall request approval of programs as a provider on the program approval form each time a program is presented. Nothing in these rules are meant to prohibit the Board and/or GDNA from establishing a program or programs which can be granted special program approval(s) by the Board, and which may be utilized on more than one occasion or whenever such program or programs are presented by the Board or GDNA during a biennium.

National Pharmacy Technician Association (NPTA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing education. 

Biologix Solutions LLC is approved as a Joint Provider of continuing pharmacy education by NPTA.

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