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The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy faculty are working to develop a variety of online continuing pharmacy education (CPE) activies focused on Diabetes. Please check this website for new courses.

Next Live Program:

Living with Diabetes
Friday, September 12 • DoubleTree North Hotel
10:00 AM - 3:45 PM

About: This course is designed to sharpen pharmacists' diabetes management skills, so they can improve the level of care they provide diabetics - one of the nation's largest patient populations.  As the number of Americans with diabetes continues to grow, so does the opportunity for pharmacists to improve patient outcomes.

Agenda/Objectives/CPE Credit: View Living with Diabetes course details here.

Diabetes Fees

Before August 22

After August 22

Pharmacist

$135

$160

UT Preceptor*

$120

$145

Register:   NOTE: payment of the registration fee will be a separate/additional transaction from PPS registration.  Please remember to have your NABP E-Profile ID in order to complete your registration.

*UT Preceptor Discount: This discount is valid for current UT Austin College of Pharmacy Preceptors. To receive the discount, while on the registration page, put the coupon code "2014utpreceptor" in the coupon box and press "apply coupon". Your fee will be adjusted.

Pharmacy Practice Seminar Pre-Program: Note, this event is a pre-program of our annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar (PPS). Registration for Living with Diabetes is completely seperate from PPS. You do not need to attend PPS to be able to register and attend this diabetes program.


If you would like to receive an email on upcoming diabetes related CPE activties, please email the UT CPE office at: UTPharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu

 

 

Last Reviewed: June 26, 2014

ACPE The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
Comments to: UTPharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu
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