ACCP's educational mission is to provide innovative leadership and interprofessional Continuing Education that will enable the generation, integration and translation of scientific knowledge to optimize research, development and utilization of medications to benefit patients. The purpose/goal of ACCP's continuing professional educational program is to enhance the knowledge, skills and professional practice of physicians, scientists, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals who are involved in the evaluation and/or treatment of patients. The educational program is designed to help physicians, scientists, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals focus on quality improvement and practice evidence-based medicine in the development and evaluation of pharmaceuticals and biologics and the delivery of patient-centered care.
ACCP is currently an accredited provider of Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) credits. ACCP was reaccredited by the ACCME in March, 2015 for a four-year period. ACCP was reaccredited by the ACPE in January, 2013 for a six-year term. ACCP offers programs focused on quality improvement in both basic and clinical pharmacology. Activities cover a range of topics including, but not limited to:
- Clinical pharmacology in the
outpatient and inpatient settings
- Disease drug trials
- Drug development
- Drug safety
- Pharmacokinetics (ADME)
Continuing Education activities are available in a wide variety of formats including:
Live Meetings: ACCP Annual Meeting
Webinars: Virtual Journal Club and Fundamentals Tutorials.
Online Activities: JCP Monthly CE Articles, and Annual Meeting Recorded Events, Poster Presentation Skills and Utilizing CER/PCOR on the Effects of Health Care Interventions.
CME or CPE credit is available for many of the College's¬†Continuing Education activities. Receipt of credit requires Registration. CE Certificates are available after the learner scores 75% or better on the activity post-event test. CPE data is uploaded into the CPE Monitor.
Additional information may be obtained via CE@ACCP1.org