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June 15, 2016, Wednesday
Meet your Pharmacy Law CE Requirement for
2015-2016 OR 2016-2017
FIRST CHANCE – LAST CHANCE PHARMACY LAW
Sue & Allen Frisk and the Capitol Pharmacy Association present:
Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Place: St. Lukes (Downtown)
130 E Bannock St
Anderson Center (5th Floor)
Registration: 7:00PM – 9:00PM Presentations
Introductory Remarks: Allen Frisk, Executive Director Capitol Pharmacy Association
And Tael’r Eason, PharmD Candidate Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy
“A Historical Review and Futuristic Look at the Pharmacy Technician:
Comparing Past, Present, and Future Roles, Training, and Regulations”
MAIN ATTRACTION: ALEX ADAMS, PharmD, Executive Director
Idaho State Board of Pharmacy
“THE 2016 First Chance-Last Chance Pharmacy Law Lecture”
Alex’s first year impressions, “Hot Off the Press” Pharmacy Law 2016-2017:
… Rules and Regulations going into effect on July 1, 2016
… Legislation being prepared for the 2017 Idaho Legislature
… You can preview the program on Idaho State Board of Pharmacy Website:
Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technician Continuing Education
“Alex Adam’s Jurisprudence Presentation”
Two (2) hours of Direct Contact non-ACPE accredited Pharmacy Law CE.
All Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians and Students welcome.
No need to RSVP. Questions? email@example.com or 939-3516
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