Join over 450 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians for our annual CPE seminar in Austin each September. The program provides tools and knowledge that can be immediately applied upon return to practice. The seminar offers up to 15 contact hours of ACPE accredited pharmacy continuing education.
This course is designed to heighten pharmacists’ and pharmacy technicians’ awareness about the effects of the opioid epidemic, to enhance their knowledge of the pharmacological and behavioral interventions used for treatment/recovery of opioid use disorder (OUD), and to increase motivation to provide access to medication-assisted recovery.
The Sterile Compounding Update is an application-based activity designed for IV-certified pharmacists and technicians, who wish to earn 2 hours of sterile compounding CE credit. The course aims to expand participants’ professional skills and expertise in areas relating to sterile compounding, while staying abreast current compounding practice trends.
The Immunization Update is a knowledge-based program designed for pharmacists who are already certified to administer immunizations and vaccinations. The goal is to provide attendees relevant practice information, in order to keep abreast of current immunization practice information. This year’s course will interactively discuss the new 2019 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations, as well as any other pertinent immunization/vaccine updates.
The interprofessional Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy Update, held each October, traditionally provides 15 hours of CE credit on current treads in mental illness treatment for pharmacists, physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, advance practice nurses, counselors, and social workers.
This 15 hour CPE seminar provides important updates relevant to clinical or hospital-based pharmacists. The HPS promotes a culture of team-based, interprofessional collaboration as a solution to providing innovative patient care.
ICD2 continues its tradition of offering an informal forum for the exchange of ideas concerning the drug discovery and drug development process. The conference, held each February, brings together national and international scientists from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, the biotechnology industry and regulatory agencies for the opportunity to learn of and discuss new initiatives for finding a better way to develop new drugs as well as to improve the quality of existing drug products.
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is a licensed instructional partner of APhA’s Delivering Medication Therapy Management Services Certificate Training Program (MTM).
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy hosts the annual Preceptor Orientation and Training Conference every August for UT Austin College of Pharmacy Preceptors. The goal of the Preceptor Orientation and Training Conference, is to introduce, update, reinforce and enhance the precepting skills of University of Texas-affiliated preceptor-faculty so that they may serve as effective teachers, mentors, and supervisors of UT pharmacy students and residents. Online versions of the live programs are also offered for on-demand preceptor CPE.