Register now to attend the 2023 HSPS. Whether you attend in person or online, we recommend you bookmark the registration page – that’s where you’ll find course information during the seminar, tune into the live broadcast and have access to all content after the seminar.
2023 HSPS live in-person and live broadcast: $395
Registration fee includes CE credit, and access to all content – either in-person or via online broadcast – with additional on-demand content and downloadable handouts. In-person participants will receive breakfast, lunch and snacks each day with a Friday night reception. All content will be recorded and available later online for on-demand viewing.
University of Texas Employees (UT System-wide)
May receive $25 off of the posted rate. Use the coupon code: UT23HSPS
Veteran Affairs (System-wide)
May receive $25 off of the posted rate. Use the coupon code: VA23HSPS
UT Austin College of Pharmacy Students and Residents and Pharmacy Technicians
May receive a reduced rate of $50. Use the coupon code: p423HSPS
Cancellations and Refunds
- An 80% refund will be issued for a cancellation if the participant contacts the UT Continuing Pharmacy Education prior to 11:59 p.m. on June 9 at UTpharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu
- Starting June 10, registration fees are final (although transfers to another attendee are allowed). Refunds are available only for specific circumstances including inability to access online content. Once a credit is claimed, we are unable to provide any refund or transfer. In-person registrants who can no longer attend in person still have access to the live broadcast and all video content for up to one year.
- Live CE Credit: If you need to claim live CE credit, be sure to complete the online evaluations within 7 days after attending in-person or viewing the virtual live broadcast. After 7 days have passed, live sessions are transitioned to on-demand, which only awards homestudy credit.
- Registrants authorize UT Austin College of Pharmacy CE to record and include them in the recordings of the sessions and related materials in name, likeness and/or voice.
- Attendee lists will be shared upon request. Only attendee names and places of employment – if entered in the registration information – will be included. Please note that as a state-operated program, FERPA is in place and participation in this program means your Category I information may be shared upon request. This may include confirmation of attendance, name, address and contact information.
COVID-19 Protocols Agreement
- If you are experiencing symptoms, have COVID-19 or think you may have been exposed, you agree to stay home. We will transfer your registration to the live webcast for no additional fee – or you can watch the recorded sessions on your own time (available to all attendees within 4-6 weeks).
System Requirements for Live Online Broadcast and On-demand Sessions
Please ensure the computer system you plan to use meets the following minimum requirements:
- Operating System: Windows 7 or higher, macOS Sierra (10.12) or higher
- Internet Browser: Chrome 30 or higher, Firefox 27 or higher, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge, Safari 9 or higher
- Internet connection: Cable, High-speed DSL, and any other medium that is internet accessible
- Peripherals: Computer speakers or headphones
- Media Viewing Requirements: Adobe Reader, HTML5
- Zoom account – Free version works
- For optimal viewing of live broadcasts, download the Zoom application: Download Zoom
The authors of this continuing education activity have made reasonable efforts to ensure that all information contained herein is accurate in accordance with the latest available scientific evidence at the time of publication. However, because information regarding medications, treatment guidelines, and other healthcare information is subject to constant change, the participant is advised to always confirm practice resources before applying any learned information in practice. Activities produced by Texas Pharmacy’s Center for Continuing Professional Development are intended solely for purposes of supplementing health care professionals’ knowledge. The opinions expressed in this educational activity are those of the faculty and do not necessarily represent the views of The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy.