NPhA Racial Inequity Webinar Series - Part I: Why Are We Here? Facing the Truth of History

  • August 12, 2020
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
  • Zoom - Link will be provided to registrants
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  • The registration fee for this webinar is $10 for non-members. NPhA Members in good standing receive the webinar as a free member benefit. Please contact us at npha@npha.net for more information about becoming a member of NPhA.
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  • Current SNPhA members may attend the webinar free of charge. A code is required in order to receive the webinar as a free benefit. The code will be distributed by SNPhA to current members. Please contact SNPhA or NPhA if you are a current SNPhA member but have not received the code.

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NPhA Racial Inequity Webinar Series

Part I: Why are we here? Facing the truth of history

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

7:00 PM EDT | 6:00 PM CDT | 5:00 PM MDT | 4:00 PM PDT

Featured Speaker: 


Lakesha Butler, PharmD, NPhA President

Please Note: The registration deadline has been extended until Monday, August 10th. Instructions for accessing the webinar will be emailed to all registrants after registration has closed.

Target Audience: Pharmacists, Student Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

Free for current NPhA Members in good standing

$10 for non-members

Current SNPhA members may also receive a free registration using a code provided by SNPhA (contact us for more information)

Knowledge-Based CE Webinar

Learning Objectives

1. Define racism as a systemic dynamic of the US

2. Define structural, institutional and internalized racism

3. Describe the historical context of systemic racism

4. Understand how our racial lens is developed by past and current socializations 

ACPE #: 0215-0000-20-002-L04-P

ACPE #: 0215-0000-20-002-L04-T

Credits: 1-hour CPE for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians

Statement of Accreditation: ACPE Program

This program has been approved for 1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEU). Participants must sign in and attend the entire session. No partial credit will be issued. Participants will complete the program evaluation online within 30 days for transmission to the CPE ® Monitor System

The National Pharmaceutical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of Continuing Pharmacy Education.

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