BCACP 3-Year Recertification Plan

Earn 182 (minimum) Ambulatory Care Pharmacy recertification credit hours within the 3-year cycle for just $12 per month ($24 non-member).

This incredible offer makes it easy and affordable to cover all your recertification needs with a variety of highly rated programs. The plan has a rolling enrollment for your convenience. Customize your start date based on your personal recertification needs. You will be required to sign-in to complete your order and to receive the member discount. Activities are released at various times throughout the 3-year cycle. You will have access to each product as it is released. Only current products will be available to you immediately upon enrollment.

ACCP Members use code ACCP3YR23AC to enroll at the member rate.

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The following activities and assessments are included in the 3-year plan:

  • The BCACP online/home study recertification course* includes all recordings, slides (PDF), workbook (PDF), and recertification assessment.
  • Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program: A home study series that provides clinical pharmacists with pertinent therapeutic updates to enhance their practice skills and improve patient outcomes.
  • Literature Study Modules: An online program that provides Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacists (BCACP) with material on contemporary topics related to the five domains delineated by the Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) on ambulatory care pharmacy.
  • BCACP Clinical Sessions Online: Based off the live sessions held at the ACCP Annual Meeting, these activities provide recertification credit through a high-level, interactive discussion on contemporary and emerging issues in ambulatory care pharmacy.

All recertification activities provide immediate pass/fail notification and any credit earned is automatically posted to your BPS profile.

*Please note, the Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Recertification Course, as well as the Fundamentals of Biostatistics and Study Design Workshop, may only be completed for recertification credit up to two times, in nonconsecutive years, during the 7-year recertification cycle.