'Picket Lines and Picket Signs...Oh, What's Going On?': Pharmacy Activism

 Penny Shelton Headshot

 Penny Shelton, NCAP Executive Director

Speaker Information

 

 

 

 

Tony Solari, NCAP Lobbyist

 


 Learning Objectives:

  • List the 2021 legislative wins for NC pharmacy.
  • Describe how NCAP is working with the Department of Insurance and the Division of Health and Human Services on legislation passed in 2021.
  • List the priority issues on the approved 2022 NCAP advocacy agenda.
  • Explain challenges our profession faces in passing legislation, particularly in a short session year.
  • Identify two actions that any pharmacist or pharmacy technician can take to improve our profession's influence and enhance relationships with members in the general assembly. 

 

This NCAP Sunday CE session will provide an update on what has happened and what is still happening behind the scenes regarding important legislation passed in 2021; and as we gear up for the 2022 Legislative Short Session, which is scheduled to begin May 17th, we will share important insight regarding NCAP's advocacy agenda, as well as what is in store for Pharmacy Legislative Day, in Raleigh, on May 25th. 


Members: FREE
Non-Members: $25.00


Date: Sunday, May 15
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

ACPE accredited for 1.0 hour ACPE#0088 9999 22 063 L03-P/T

 

 


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