PBI Pharmacist Courses

PBI is proud to offer continuing education and violation reduction courses for pharmacists confronting the ethical challenges of their field. We offer three pharmacy courses to fit your needs and/or requirements.

The two-day live course (PE-22) has an 8 CPE credit pre-course with a 14 CPE credit two-day live seminar, and an optional 6 and 12 month post-course follow-up for a total of 22 CPE (hours) credit. A California requirement.

Pharmacy Ethics & Professionalism
Two Day Course

The PBI PE-22 Ethics Course is 22 CPE credit seminars conducted in Irvine, California. This course combines an 8 CPE credit pre-course with a 14 CPE credit two-day live seminar and an optional 6 and 12 month post-course follow-up. This ethics course meets and exceed every State Regulatory Board's required continued education in ethics and are approved by the California Accreditation for Pharmacy Education and the California Board of Pharmacy.

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22 CPE CreditsIn Person

This course should be a requirement for new pharmacists or as a CE requirement for pharmacist license renewal.
~ Recent Graduate

Weekly Teleconference Boundaries & Ethics Seminars
MAS-12 Teleconference

This advanced course was designed for graduates of PBI courses and other ethics & boundaries courses. These hour-long teleconference seminar discussions are held weekly. Participation in these seminars provide up to 12 CME credits. These discussions focus on ethical and boundary dilemma resolution utilizing a supportive peer group format. Regular attendance enhances professional accountability.

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12 CME CreditsBy Phone

ME-15 | Live Seminars | 15 CE Credits


Medical Ethics and Professionalism

The PBI ME-15 Ethics Course is a 15 CME credit live in-person course for pharmacists. Online readings and written assignments are followed by a live seminar.

ME-15T | Teleconference Seminars | 15 CE Credits


Medical Ethics and Professionalism

The PBI ME-15T Ethics Course is a 15 CME credit teleconference course for pharmacists. Online readings and written assignments are augmented by telephonic faculty reviews and group discussions.