Please list your administrative assistant's name and contact information (if applicable)
Remember learning objectives must be consistent with the above activity type and must be measurable. If your target audience includes both pharmacists and technicians, you must write separate objectives for both audiences that apply to their scope of practice.
(*List of Acceptable Verbs - Verbs to AVOID while writing objectives: appreciate, enjoy, really understand, be acquainted with, fully appreciate, realize, be aware of, grasp the significance of, remember, be familiar with, sympathize with, believe, know, understand, comprehend, learn)
ACPE standards require that all providers assure that all CPE activities include active participation and involvement of the audience. The methodologies employed should be determined by the CPE activity planned objectives, educational content, and the size and composition of the intended audience.
Please refer to our Active Learning Strategies Guidance Document to help determine which active learning technique(s) you plan to use for your activity.
ACPE standards require that all providers collaborate with faculty to include learning assessments in each CPE activity to allow participants to assess their achievement of the learned content. Completion of a learning assessment is required for CPE credit.
The provider may select formal and informal techniques for assessment of learning. Informal techniques typically involve participant discussions. Formal techniques, such as tests and quizzes, are typically individualized, written, and graded. The assessment should be consistent with the identified CPE activity objectives and activity type.
Please refer to our Learning Assessment Document to help determine which learning assessment type is required for your activity.
ACPE standards require providers to offer educational materials for each CPE activity that will enhance participants' understanding of the content and foster applications to pharmacy practice.
Educational materials should serve as a guide, provide additional sources of information, and include reference tools usable in practice.These should not be direct copies of your presentation.
The potential for conflicts of interest exists when an individual has the ability to control or influence the content of an educational activity and has a financial relationship with a commercial interest,* the products or services of which are pertinent to the content of the educational activity.
*Commercial interest, as defined by ACCME, ANCC and ACPE, is any entity producing, marketing, reselling, or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by or used on patients, or an entity that is owned or controlled by an entity that produces, markets, resells, or distributes healthcare goods or services consumed by or used on patients (excepting non-profits, covernment organizations or providers of clinical services directly to patients).
All individuals who have the ability to control or influence the content of an educational activity must disclose all relevant relationships** with any commercial interest, including but not limited to members of the Planning Committee, speakers, presenters, authors, and/or content reviewers. Relevant relationships must be disclosed to the learners during the time when the relationship is in effect and for 12 months afterward. All information disclosed must be shared with the participants/learners prior to the start of the educational activity.
**Relevant relationships, as defined by ANCC, ACPE and ACCME are relationships with a commercial interest if the products or services of the commercial interest are related to the content of the educational activity.