Illinois State Opioid Antagonist Training Program Online & On-Demand webinar Accredited by the Illinois Pharmacists Association. The Illinois Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as providers of continuing pharmacy education. ACPE accredited for 1.75 hour (0.175 CEUs) 0135-0000-16-002-H04-P Initial release date: 03/11/2016 | Planned expiration date: 03/11/2019 Activity Type: Knowledge-based | Target Audience: Pharmacists in all practice settings
The Illinois State Opioid Antagonist Training Program has been approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, and the Illinois Department of Human Services and meets the requirements set forth in PA 99-0480.
ICHP Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) Mission
The Illinois Council of
Health-System Pharmacists CPE mission is to develop, maintain and enhance the
knowledge and skills of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in health-system
settings by providing adult education on important issues relevant to
contemporary pharmacy practice.
Goals of the ICHP CPE Mission
through bi-annual needs assessments and ongoing activity evaluations the
educational needs of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians as it relates to the
provision of all aspects of medication therapy in healthcare settings.
To address the educational
needs identified with 80% live and 20% home-study educational programming
annually, in an interactive format that engages learners and facilitates
improved learning, retention and application of knowledge and skills.
To provide educational
programming that includes both knowledge-based and application-based
activities, with a goal of 80% knowledge-based and 20% application-based
activities at our statewide meetings.
To provide educational programming that is fair, balanced and void of commercial influence at all times.
To promote Continuing
Professional Development (CPD) through state wide meetings and the ICHP website,
as a means by which pharmacists and pharmacy technicians may acquire and
maintain critical pharmacy practice competencies.
To establish and maintain
quality assurance training for faculty (both speakers and authors) to ensure
optimal educational activities for pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians.
Approved by Educational Affairs on 2/19/2019.
The Illinois Council of Health-System Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for
Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.