CPE Monitor

Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE)
CPE Monitor is a continuing pharmacy education (CPE) tracking service developed by ACPE and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).  This system allows pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to log into a comprehensive electronic profile to access information about their completed CPE.  All ACPE-accredited providers are required to use this system. CPE Statements of Credit are no longer mailed.

All continuing education credits provided by the Nebraska Pharmacists Association will be uploaded to the CPE Monitor. Live programs will be uploaded to the CPE Monitor system no later than 45 days after the program date.  M&P CPE Quizzes are uploaded once a month. The NPA will upload (submit) all CPE credits to ACPE, which then validates the information before sending it to NABP for the CPE Monitor.  After CPE credits are processed by ACPE and NABP, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians can log into their NABP e-Profile and view all of their ACPE completed CPE.

At any time, CPE credits for the NPA M&P quizzes can be found in the Members Only section of the NPA website by clicking on My M&P CPE History to view the CPE credits which have been processed.  Official ACPE CPE transcripts can be found and printed from your NABP e-Profile at www.mycpemonitor.net.

In order to process CPE credits, please provide the NPA with your correct NABP e-Profile ID number and yur birth month and day (MMDD format).  The NABP e-Profile ID number is a 6 to 10 digit number.  It is not your license number or NPI number.  If you need to verify the number or have not yet registered for one, visit www.MyCPEMonitor.net as soon as possible.  You can store your NABP e-Profile ID number and your birthdate in your NPA member record by logging into the NPA website and clicking on My Personal Information.

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Learners Information
Learn about the Universal Activity Number (UAN), submission of ACPE continuing pharmacy education (CPE) credit, certificate programs, and how to search for CPE activities via ACPE's Pharmacy Learning Assistance Network (PLAN).