It is the mission of Auburn University’s Clinical Affairs and Outreach to develop and train a collaborative interdisciplinary team of health professions students and healthcare providers that work seamlessly to provide the highest quality medical and pharmacy services for our patients. We strive as a team to optimize the economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes of medication use and wellness interventions among all of our patients.
The Office of Alumni and Professional Affairs offers innovative, educational opportunities for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and other health care professionals, both regionally and nationally. Our office strives to meet the needs for lifelong learning through increasing knowledge in basic and applied science and enhancing skills necessary to respond to the challenges of a rapidly changing and developing profession.
Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing education; credits are recognized nationwide.
Effective January 1, 2013, the Alabama Board of Pharmacy requires every pharmacist/technician to obtain an e-Profile ID. Please visit www.nabp.pharmacy to obtain an IB by creating an NABP e-profile. All continuing education registrations will require your NABP e-profile ID number and date of birth in the mm/dd format. If you have any questions about this mandatory CE requirement, you can visit the CPE Monitor FAQ page.
No refunds for cancellations on or after 30 days prior to a program. Cancellations prior to 30 days before a program will receive a refund minus a $50 processing fee. However, learners who redeem an APhA enrollment code will be charged a fee of $175 regardless whether or not they complete any portion of the self-study. In the rare event the program is cancelled, Auburn University will give registered learners the option of rolling over their prepaid registration to a future course hosted by Auburn University.