The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Monthly Journal CE ActivitiesACCP Journal CE

For more than 50 years, The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology (JCP), ACCP’s flagship journal, has focused on exceptional, peer-reviewed articles that span the breadth of research and drug development to clinical care and include original research, educational series and editorials. ACCP now offers online Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) credits for select JCP articles each month. The JCP CME and CPE activities are available for free for Members and $75/calendar year for Non-members.

A listing of recent articles that offer CE credit is below. Click on the article title to register for the activity. Each activity includes a copy of the article, a post-event test and an evaluation. 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.

JCP Journal CE articles are priced in packages of Jan - Dec for each year. Packages are available at no cost to ACCP Members and $75/calendar year to Non-members. Once you register, you have access to all of the articles for the calendar year.

If you have an ACCP profile, make sure you have signed in to the ACCP website and then Register. If you do not have an ACCP profile, one must be created before you can Register for Journal CE articles. If you do not know if you have a profile, please contact for further information to avoid creating duplicate profiles. Once you have registered, you can access articles under the "Article" tab.  

Journal CEs from 2020
Expires 12/31/2022

January, 2020 -
Randomized Population Pharmacokinetic Analysis and Safety of Intravenous Acetaminophen for Acute Postoperative Pain in Neonates and Infants

Register & Access Journal CEs from 2019

Expires 12/31/2021

December, 2019 -
Optimizing Vancomycin Use Through 2-Point AUC-Based Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Pediatric Patients
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

November, 2019 - Metamizole (Dipyrone) and the Liver: A Review of the Literature
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

October, 2019 - Is Moxifloxacin a Treatment Option for Pancreatic Infections? A Pharmacometric Analysis of Serum and Pancreatic Juice
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

September, 2019 - Loperamide: A Readily Available but Dangerous Opioid Substitute
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

August, 2019 - Drug-Drug Interaction Studies of Methadone and Antiviral Drugs: Lessons Learned
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

July, 2019 - The Effectiveness of a Vancomycin Dosing Guideline in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for Achieving Goal Therapeutic Trough Concentrations
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

June, 2019 - Treatment and Prevention of CMV Disease in Transplant Recipients:Current Knowledge and Future Perspectives
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

May, 2019 - Accurate Prediction of Initial Busulfan Exposure Using a Test Dose With 2- and 6-Hour Blood Sampling in Adult Patients Receiving a Twice-Daily Intravenous Busulfan-Based Conditioning Regimen
CE Credits: 1 CME or CPE credit

April, 2019 - The Safety Profile of Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Are TNF Inhibitors Safer Than We Thought?
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

March, 2019 - Population Pharmacokinetics of Tacrolimus in Transplant Recipients:What Did We Learn About Sources of Interindividual Variabilities?
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

February, 2019 - Chronic Kidney Disease and Third-Generation P2Y12 Inhibitors Use in Patients With Acute Coronary Syndrome: Impact on the Prognosis at 1 Year
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

January, 2019 - Inhibition of CYP2E1 With Propylene Glycol Does Not Protect Against Hepatocellular Injury in Human Acetaminophen Daily-dosing Model
CE Credits: 1 CME or 1 CPE credit

Register & Access Journal CEs from 2018 
Expires 12/31/2020

Register & Access Journal CEs from 2017
Expires 12/31/2019