West Virginia Board of Pharmacy Requirements

30 hours of continuing education must be completed every 2 years. 2 hours in the subject of end-of-life care including pain management. All acceptable programs will be a minimum of two hours with time allotted evenly between palliative care and chronic pain management and symptoms management at end-of-life.  Pharmacists registered as consultants to have 3 hours of CE in the subjects of consulting practice each year. Home study must be approved by the board or ACPE. 6 live hours required.

ACPE-approved courses for Pharmacy Technicians end in the letter “T”. ACPE-approved courses pharmacists (only) end in the letter “P”.  Courses ending in the letter “P” cannot be used to meet pharmacy technician CE requirements.

For more information visit the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy