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Published Online: June 09, 2014
Pharmacy Credit

Instructions for Receiving Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) Credit: Testing and Grading Information

This activity is free online at www.ajmc.com/ce and at www.PharmacyTimes.org, where you will be directed to the online pre-test and posttest, activity evaluation, and request for credit. Instant online grading along with a downloadable statement of credit are also available.

Testing and Grading Directions
  1. Each participant evaluating the activity and achieving a passing grade of 70% or higher on the online posttest will be eligible to receive a CPE statement of credit.
  2. Participants receiving a failing grade on the exam will be notified and permitted to take 1 reexamination at no cost.
  3. To receive credit, go to www.ajmc.com/ce or www.pharmacytimes.org, locate this activity in the CE course list, click on the online pre- and posttest link, and complete the online activity evaluation form to receive your statement of credit.
Release Date: May 21, 2014

Expiration Date: May 21, 2016




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