• 2nd Annual Legal Aspects in Pharmacy Conference:

    Prescription Refusals– Pharmacy Rights & Responsibilities


ACPE logoThe University of Wyoming, School of Pharmacy, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a Provider of Continuing Pharmacy Education and designates these live knowledge or application-based activities to pharmacists who attend the program and complete an evaluation/program assessment.

Course numbers, instructors, dates, times, and learning objectives will be listed separately on the schedule page once available. 

Registration is handled through the University Of Wyoming School Of Pharmacy.
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Pharmacists who regularly face the challenge of whether and how to refuse a prescription that is either unlawful or is not in the patient’s best interests.
Technicians who support pharmacists in determining whether a prescription should be honored or declined.
Supervisors, including those who serve in the position of Pharmacist-in-Charge, and who are responsible for pharmacy regulatory compliance through the refusal of invalid or inappropriate prescriptions.
Pharmacy faculty and preceptors who teach professional responsibility subjects to pharmacy students.