How to Obtain Your CPE Contact Hours
1. Access the APhA website and identify the conference here.
2. Login at the top right corner and enter your APhA profile log-in information.
3. If you have forgotten your log-in information, click the “Forgot” link and information will be emailed to you. If you do not have an APhA profile, you will need to create one.
Creating a profile will generate your NABP number. It can take up to 8 hours for a new number to become live, so you may need to return to complete the evaluation. Please write down your NABP number noted in your profile—you will need it at the end of the evaluation process.
4. Scroll down to ONS Connections Conference in the right menu and click on “Claim Credit.”
5. Enter the 4-digit attendance code(s) that were shown before and after each session and click “Submit.” If you cannot remember the attendance code, please see instructions under For Assistance.
6. Click the Claim Credit button located in the “Your Sessions” section.
7. Click the Evaluation button and complete the evaluation. A green check mark on the left side indicates your successful completion of each component.
8. Enter your six-digit NABP E-Profile ID, the month and day of your birth, check “Yes” to verify accuracy, and click “Claim.” If you have just requested your NABP number, you will need to wait up to 8 hours to allow it to become active in the system.
9. Check the disclaimer box.
10. Click the “Claim Credit” button.
11. Select the appropriate credit (pharmacist).
12. Print your Statement of Credit.
13. CPE credits will be transferred automatically to CPE Monitor (but not to any ONS tracking system).
14. Upon your return to this site, “My Training” located in the left navigation will maintain a history of your APhA continuing education activities.
15. All CPE credits must be claimed by 11:59 pm EST on Wednesday, December 18.
*Note. 0.1 CEU = 1.0 contact hour.
- If you misplaced an attendance code or need any assistance, please email email@example.com.
- If you need your Pharmacist.com username and password, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1-800-237-APhA, ext. 7546.
- For additional questions regarding NABP E-Profile ID creation and maintenance, as well as the reporting process to the state boards of pharmacy, please contact NABP Customer Service at 847-391-4406, Monday–Friday between 8:45 am–5 pm CST.
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Sunday, November 10,
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