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CPE Monitor, a tracking service designed to authenticate and store your continuing pharmacy education (CPE) data, is now mandatory for all NHIA-provided CPE activities. Developed by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP), this online process will:

  • Save you time when renewing your license, by providing a central electronic repository for all of your CPE activity going forward.
  • Prove to be particularly helpful to the growing number of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who are licensed in multiple states, and thus may need to meet the varied CPE requirements of different state boards of pharmacy.

To receive CPE credit for INFUSION Magazine CE articles and supplements, pharmacy participants MUST enter their NABP e-profile ID and birth date when registering to complete each CPE test below.


Paper statements of pharmacy continuing education credit will no longer be issued for these activities.  The CPE Monitor System automatically authenticates your CPE with your state board of pharmacy!

Participants may be able to view updates to their NABP profile as early as 30 days following their testing date.


If you have not yet registered for an NABP e-Profile ID, please visit www.MyCPEmonitor.net to do so before proceeding with any NHIA-provided educational activity.

If you have your NABP e-Profile ID, click any of the article and supplement links below to take the related CPE test.


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July/August 2013

  • Health Literacy: An Essential Tool for Patients and Important Consideration in Patient and Caregiver Education

May/June 2013

  • Assessing Business Opportunities in Specialty Infusion

March/April 2013

  • Thinking Inside the Box: Do Compounded Sterile Preparations Maintain Refrigerated Conditions During Transit?

January/February 2013

  • Fraud and Abuse Primer: A Guide to Federal Statutes Designed to Limit Inducements and Discourage Over-Utilization of Health Care Services

November/December 2012

  • IgG Therapy for the Home-Based Patient: Administration and Delivery Method Considerations
  • Home Infusion of Inotropic Therapy for Patients with Advanced Heart Failure Improving Quality of Life and Conserving Health Care Resources

September/October 2012

  • An Evidentiary Review of Flushing Protocols in Homecare Patients with Peripherally Inserted Central Catheters

July/August 2012

  • A Case Study in Collaboration: The Delaware Cancer Center Treatment Task Force

May/June 2012

  • The 2011 United States Pharmacopeia Chapter <797> Compliance Study: Discussion of Findings and Strategies for Sterile Compounding Focus in the Alternate-Site Setting

March/April 2012

  • Vancomycin Dosing and Monitoring Guidelines Update

January/February 2012

  • The Art of Intake: Tune Up Your Processes to Avoid Downstream Problems and Maximize Profitability

November/December 2011

  • Practicing Ethical Decision-Making in Alternate-Site Infusion: A Well-Constructed Ethical Framework is the Key to Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in Business Operations and Patient Care

September/October 2011

  • Patient, Caregiver and Clinician Education Key Components to Positive Patient Outcomes in Home Infusion
  • Optimizing Immunoglobulin Therapy in the Treatment of Primary Immunodeficiency Disease

July/August 2011

  • CVAD Guidelines for Home Infusion: Creating a Resource to Address Our Unique Site of Care for Adult Patients

MayJune 2011

  • Essentials for Home Initiation of Parenteral Nutrition

March/April 2011

  • Preventing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infections in the Home-Based Patient: Crafting an Industry-Specific Dressing Change Procedure

January/February 2011

  • Building a Therapy-Focused Sales Program: Covering the Core Capabilities Before Launching A New Product or Service

November/December 2010

  • The Diagnosis and Management of Von Willebrand Disease
  • Medical Marijuana: Implications for Home Infusion Providers

September/October 2010

  • Update on the Clinical Use and Mechanisms of Action of IVIG in the Treatment of Autoimmune Neurological Disorders
  • Home Infusion and the Elderly Patient: Considerations for Safe and Effective Care

July/August 2010

  • Harnessing the Diversity and Power of Your Team! Developing and Sustaining Highly Effective Teams Ensures Your Competitive Edge

May/June 2010

  • Crossing the Cultural Divide—Cultural Competence is Critical to Safe and Effective Health Care

March/April 2010

  • Getting the Biggest Bang for Your Buck: Effective Inventory Management Helps Improve Cash Flow, Promotes Profitability

January/February 2010

  • Continuous Performance Improvement: Getting Extraordinary Results from Ordinary Data

November/December 2009

  • Foundational Elements of Strategic Planning—A Treatise

September/October 2009

  • Strong from the Foundation Up: Tips for Building a Strength Based Organization

July/August 2009

  • Exploring the Vital Role of Home-Centered Health Transformation in Health Care Reform
  • Case Management of the Challenging IgG Patient: Clinical Considerations for the Most Effective and Safe Therapy