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February 22: Pharmacy Technician Education Program

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Are you a technician who still needs continuing education (CE) hours before you renew your Ohio registration by March 31, 2022, or a certified technician who needs CE to re-certify? If yes, plan to attend the Spring 2022 Pharmacy Technician Education Seminar presented LIVE by the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation (OPF) on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 at the Makoy Center in Hilliard.

The Spring 2022 Pharmacy Technician Education Seminar is a great way to earn up to 7 contact hours of continuing education credit, including 1 hour of pharmacy law and 1 hour of patient safety. Additional programming includes human trafficking; pain management and implicit bias associated with sickle cell disease; COVID-19 testing accuracy, vaccine effectiveness, and current treatment; care of the transgender patient; and the role of the technician with provider status implementation.

Our secure registration system is now Smart-phone and Mobile-device friendly! This convenient online registration process is the fastest, easiest way to register, and you'll automatically receive your confirmation receipt with details via email.

This is a great opportunity to experience cutting-edge education to specifically meet the needs of pharmacy technicians and network with other pharmacy technicians across the state for only $65!

Click HERE to Register

Spring Pharmacy Technician Seminar Brochure

Spring Pharmacy Technician Seminar Learning Objectives

Your NABP e-Profile ID is needed at the time of registration. If you haven't yet obtained your NABP e-Profile ID, please go to www.nabp.pharmacy, and click on the “Technician” tab. The top article from that tab is info on CPE Monitor and explains how to obtain your NABP e-Profile ID.

Directions to Makoy Center and a listing of Hilliard Area Hotels will be included with your confirmation upon receipt of your registration. 


Note: There is no pharmacist continuing education associated with this program.

This program is presented by the Ohio Pharmacists Foundation. 

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