Continuing Education | CME Credits | CPE Credits

The ACCP Learning Management System is a great way to stay current on educational courses that benefit your professional growth and get your CME & CPE credits! With the ACCP Learning Management System, you get:

  • Single login - now you can use your ACCP login credentials to get to the Learning Management System;
  • 24/7 access to all online educational materials;
  • Events categorized by type - whether you are looking for Live or On Demand events, you can easily access events;
  • Searchable content - use keywords or event descriptions to easily search for materials;
  • Documentation - each event in which you participate and each time you earn CE credits is documented in the system. In order to receive CE credit, the learner must print the certificate. Instructions on how to print a CE certificate can be found here.

Content for the following event types is included in the Learning Management System:

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ACCP Journal CE - available monthly to earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) credits on select articles from The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology;
 ACCP Virtual Journal Club icon ACCP Virtual Journal Club* - Live events that provide unprecedented access to the author of the featured article, followed by questions and discussion; also available On Demand;
Student, Trainee and Early-stage Professional icon
ACCP Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professional Webinars* - offers courses focused on the needs of Students, Trainees and Early-stage Professionals during their journey early in their clinical pharmacology career. Each course is in a Live webinar format featuring a presentation followed by questions and discussion and will be recorded and available On Demand;
Fundamentals Tutorials
ACCP Fundamentals Tutorials - is a series of Live webinar designed to provide a "not too technical" overview of clinical pharmacology and ideal for Students & Trainees or those looking to supplement information not available in your curriculum;
clinical practice webinar
ACCP Clinical Practice Webinars - offers clinical pharmacology best practices for clinicians working with patients in a clinical setting;
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ACCP Trends in Drug Development Workshop* - is a Live event over two days that addresses cutting-edge topics in pre-clinical and clinical drug development;
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ACCP Annual Meeting On Demand Events* - as part of its commitment to providing 24/7 access to high-quality educational materials, ACCP records select Workshops & Symposia from its Annual Meeting, made available as an On Demand event;
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Other ACCP Webinars - a series of specialty events offered as Live webinars featuring a presentation followed by questions and discussion; also available On Demand.

* All Live sessions are recorded and available On Demand for up to 3 years. 

Additional information may be obtained via [email protected].

Clinical Pharmacology Education Pearls for Practice icon
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has identified critical knowledge and skills that medical students must acquire before graduating in order to be prepared to function independently at the beginning of their residency training. These are called the Core Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA) and include the ability to appropriately prescribe medications. 
The American College of Clinical Pharmacology® (ACCP) is developing a set of standards representing the core EPA in clinical pharmacology that are published as a series of papers known as the 
Clinical Pharmacology Education: Pearls for Practice® in The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. An ACCP Committee dedicated to this task has identified eight core topics within the Clinical Pharmacology Education: Pearls for Practice®including pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics, dosage adjustment in young or old age or organ impairment, medication adherence, biologics, drug-drug interactions, working in a healthcare team, utilizing online information sources and common problem drugs.