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On-line CE: DEA Final Rule for Disposal of Controlled Substances
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The release of the DEA Final Rule regarding disposal of controlled substances provides for expanded methods of controlled substance disposal for community members, patients, and long term care facility residents. The rule has significant implications for pharmacies, hospitals/clinics, long term care facilities, hospice, law enforcement, and others. This webinar provides an overview of the DEA Final Rule.

10/14/2014
When: 10/1/2014
On-line
Where: On-Demand
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The Washington State Pharmacy Association has partnered with the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin to make available an online, continuing education course on the DEA Final Rule for the Disposal of Controlled Substances. The release of the DEA Final Rule regarding disposal of controlled substances provides for expanded methods of controlled substance disposal for community members, patients, and long term care facility residents. The rule has significant implications for pharmacies, hospitals/clinics, long term care facilities, hospice, law enforcement, and others. This webinar provides an overview of the DEA Final Rule.

Target Audience
Pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, LTC facility staff and administrators, hospice program administrators, and others interested in the disposal of controlled substances

Learning Objectives
1. According to the new DEA Final Rule for the disposal of controlled substances, define "collector" and "ultimate user"
2. Outline the process for DEA registrants to modify their registration to include collection of controlled substances
3. Describe the role of law enforcement, pharmacies, hospitals/clinics, and long term care facilities in the collection of controlled substances for the purposes of disposal
4. Outline requirements for the collection of controlled substances through take-back events, mail-back programs, and collection receptacles
5. Discuss specific requirements for pharmacies, hospitals/clinics, and long term care facilities in the management of collection receptacles
6. Describe opportunities and remaining challenges in the disposal of controlled substances
 

The registration fee for this course is $95. CE for this webinar is available for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. To register for this course, click the following link http://www.pswi.org/Education/Online-CE. You will need to select the “log-in” option to create a user account in order to process your registration. Questions can be directed to info@pswi.org.
 
Those that register for this Webinar have access to the following resources:
Recorded Webinar
Written analysis of the Final Rule
Webinar slides
Links to additional resources from DEA

 

The Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians attending this webinar and passing the learning assessment with a score of at least 70% may earn 1 hour (0.1 CEU) of continuing education credit for this activity. PSW will issue CE to participants' CPE Monitor portals within 60 days. Participants must provide their birthdate (MMDD) and CPE Monitor ID in order to receive credit.Recorded Program UAN# 0175-0000-14-073-H03-P,T

 


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