Welcome and thank you for using our “CE Evaluation and Claim Credit” service! We hope you will find this process fast, easy and convenient!
- Before you begin, make sure that you have the session attendance codes that were announced at the beginning of each session. You may have recorded the codes in your syllabus.
- If you have not already set up an NABP e-Profile, go to www.MyCPEmonitor.net and register to obtain an NABP e-Profile ID. ACPE now requires all accredited CE providers to collect this ID number and the birth date (mmyy) from all CE participants prior to furnishing a statement of credit.
- There are two links in the upper right hand corner of this webpage: (a) If you are visiting this site for the first time, click on the Register link. (b) If you have already created a login and password, please click on the Login link.
Click the button below to enter your Session Attendance Codes and claim CE credit from the West Coast Pharmacy Exchange.
More than one session code can be entered at a time, separated by a comma.
California Pharmacists Association's CE Policy & Accreditation Statement
The Pharmacy Foundation of California (#0113) is approved by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of CPE.
An electronic Statement of Continuing Pharmacy Education will be provided to paid Exchange registrants who actively participate in the entire program and complete an online program evaluation by May 26, 2014 Accreditation on all courses expires three years from the date of initial presentation. All Exchange CE programs are "knowledge-based".
The Board of Registered Nursing and Pharmacy Technician Certification Board may accept ACPE accredited courses for license/certification renewal. However, it is the responsibility of nurses and pharmacy technicians to contact their respective boards to verify eligibility of any Exchange CE program.
A Note Regarding ACPE's "Target Audience Designators" (P vs. T)
ACPE-accredited providers are required to designate their CE programs with a “P” (pharmacist) or a “T” (pharmacy technician) based on the appropriateness of the content for each respective participant type. For example, if the content is at the level/scope of practice for a pharmacist, then a “P” designation will be added to the UAN, and if the content is at the level/scope of practice for a pharmacy technician, then a “T” designation will be added to the UAN. According to ACPE, Pharmacy Technicians may attend CE programs that are at the level/scope of practice for a pharmacist, and they can receive a Statement of Credit that reflects a “P” designation for such a course. However, it is the Pharmacy Technician’s responsibility to contact the appropriate re-licensure/recertification organization(s) regarding their specific policies for accepting “P vs. T” designations for credit.