Program fees are as follows:

  • Registration fees to be announced.

Refunds will be made available on a case-by-case basis if the pharmacist is unable to attend the live program.


These educational programs examine a wide variety of topics from legal requirements in pharmacy practice to regulatory risk management strategies for practitioners and educators. Programs provide either knowledge-based or application-based information which is noted for each activity.


This live activity consists of active participation and engagement during the presentations. Participants must complete the program evaluation provided at the session – and all parts of the evaluation must be turned in after the last session on Sunday July 16, 2023.  Evaluations that are not received by this time will not be honored and the participant will not receive credit.

CE credits awarded will be electronically uploaded to the CPE Monitor system within 4 weeks of the UW SOP continuing education group receiving fully completed assessments and evaluation forms.


As a provider accredited by ACPE, it is the policy of the University of Wyoming, School of Pharmacy continuing education group to ensure balance, independence, integrity, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all educational activities. A potential for bias may exist if a continuing education faculty member is affiliated with or has a financial interest in any ineligible organization(s) that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presentation or the selling, marketing, or distribution of products discussed in the presentation. Situations involving potential bias are not inherently problematic or unethical, but the prospective audience must be made aware of the affiliation or financial interest. It is intended that any potential bias be identified openly so that the audience is provided full disclosure of the facts and may form their own judgments about the continuing education activity content.

Faculty for this program have no known conflicts unless noted after the objectives for the associated program.


Once you register for a program, your personal information is collected.  However, this information is utilized for record-keeping purposes associated with verifying your participation in CE programs in accordance with our accreditation requirements.  In addition, this information is used for marketing other University of Wyoming CE programs.  Under no circumstances is your personal information shared with/sold to any other party.

You can opt out of receipt of any of our advanced program information at any time


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