CE Frequently Asked Questions
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The number and type of required CE credits depend upon your discipline and state of licensure. Because these requirements are subject to change, it is best to review your licensure board’s website.
If you engage in or oversee the practice of sterile compounding in Massachusetts, you must complete 5 contact hours of sterile compounding; if you engage in or oversee complex non-sterile compounding you must 3 contact hours of complex non-sterile compounding. These can be either on-demand or live format. You can access the pharmacist continuing education requirements section on the MA Board of Registration of Pharmacy website to review requirements. Each state licensing board has different requirements for compounding related continuing education. We encourage you to check requirements with the board of licensure for each state you hold a license in.
Updates and information are posted to www.mass.gov/dph/dcp/pmp
You must complete an evaluation in order to receive credit for participation. If you are a pharmacist, your credit should appear in your NABP CPE Monitor profile within 72 hours. For all other professions, your statement of credit/participation is available in the CE Portal upon completion of the activity evaluation.
If you are a pharmacist, please log into CPE Monitor to view your transcript. You may also refer to the FAQs on the CPE Monitor website. For other disciplines, please log into mcphsce.org and click “View Account History.”
No. Per accreditation standards, credit cannot be awarded if a participant arrives more than 15 minutes after the start of a session or departs more than 15 minutes prior to the end of the session.