ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR PHARMACY EDUCATIONREPORT OF PROCEEDINGS – January 19-21, 2017I.Public Interest Panel Review of Professional Degree ProgramsThe ACPE Public Interest Panel met on January 11, 2017, to discuss the professional degreeprograms scheduled for review by the ACPE Board of Directors during its January 19-21, 2017,meeting. Evaluation team reports and other materials associated with the evaluation of theprofessional degree programs were duly considered, and a report of the Panel’s discussion wasprepared and presented to the ACPE Board at its January 19-21, 2017, meeting. The Boardconsidered the comments and recommendations of the Panel. Panel members who attended themeeting of the public interest panel were: Angela Cowser (via conference call), Dana Thomas,and William Michael Youngblood.II.Accreditation Actions for Professional Degree Programs, taken at the ACPE Board ofDirectors Meeting, January 19-21, 2017A list of accredited professional degree programs of colleges and schools of pharmacy, whichdesignates the respective preaccreditation and accreditation status of the programs and theacademic year for the next currently scheduled evaluation, is posted on the ACPE web site atwww.acpe-accredit.org.Accreditation ActionsOn the basis of self-studies, on-site evaluations, communications received from the institutions,ongoing annual review of North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) passingrates, entry class size, and attrition and on-time graduation rates, as well as the comments of thePublic Interest Panel, the Board of Directors determined the accreditation status of the followingprofessional programs, along with preaccreditation and accreditation terms and conditions.In order to be eligible for initial or continuing accreditation, the Doctor of Pharmacy program mustbe part of an independent College or School of Pharmacy or a College or School of Pharmacywithin a University, which is regularly incorporated and is a legally empowered postsecondaryeducational institution. The institution housing the College or School, or the independent Collegeor School, must be accredited by a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S.Department of Education or another agency acceptable to the Accreditation Council for PharmacyEducation (ACPE). Accreditation standards call for a College or School of Pharmacy as anorganizational unit and the administrative structure of the College or School of Pharmacy mustprovide for a Dean, who serves as the chief administrative and academic officer. Evaluation forpurposes of preaccreditation and initial or continued accreditation requires an invitation by thechief executive officer, or designate, of the institution.An action to “affirm” implies that a previously established accreditation term has been confirmed.An action to “continue” implies that the accreditation date has been extended. The customaryreview cycle for established accredited programs had been six years but it was extended to eightyears as programs were reviewed beginning with Board actions at the January 2012 meeting andbeyond. The customary review cycle for new programs achieving initial accreditation status is twoyears. The dates indicated in parentheses for each College or School are the academic year ofthe most recent determination of accreditation status and the academic year of the next
scheduled determination of accreditation status, and thus define the present accreditation term forthe Doctor of Pharmacy program.The accreditation actions are as follows:For Purposes of Considering Continued Accreditation StatusAlbany College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2018-2019)Standard found to be Partially Compliant: Standard No. 18Idaho State University College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)Temple University School of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)University of Arizona College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)University of Georgia College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)University of Iowa College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)Standard found to be Non-Compliant: Standard No. 12University of Pittsburgh School of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)West Virginia University School of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2024-2025)For Purposes of Considering: Continued Candidate StatusNo programs considered in this category.For Purposes of Considering: Advancement from Candidate Status to Accredited StatusNo programs considered in this category.For Purposes of Considering: Advancement from Precandidate Status to Candidate StatusNo programs considered in this category.For Purposes of Considering: Application for Precandidate StatusSUNY- Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesDoctor of Pharmacy Programs: Advanced to Precandidate status. (2016-2017; 2017-2018)2
New School Applications: For Purposes of Considering: Authorization of On-siteEvaluationsMedical College of Wisconsin School of PharmacyA comprehensive on-site evaluation was authorized to be conducted during spring 2017 so as toprovide the basis for the Board’s consideration of Precandidate status of the Doctor of Pharmacyprogram at its June 2017 meeting.University of Texas El Paso School of PharmacyA comprehensive on-site evaluation was authorized to be conducted during spring 2017 so as toprovide the basis for the Board’s consideration of Precandidate status of the Doctor of Pharmacyprogram at its June 2017 meeting.Focused On-site Evaluation VisitsFocused on-site evaluation visits are authorized when the Board is desirous of additional on-sitemonitoring to evaluate various programmatic issues. An action to “affirm” implies that a previouslyestablished accreditation term has been confirmed. An action to “continue” implies that theaccreditation date has been extended, usually to reestablish the customary eight-year cycle.California Northstate University College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2018-2019)Standard found to be Partially Compliant: Standard No. 18Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University College of Pharmacy and PharmaceuticalScienceDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status continued. (2016-2017) (2021-2022)University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences Schoolof PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status affirmed. (2016-2017) (2021-2022)Standards found to be Partially Compliant: Standards No. 8, 11, 17, and 18.Standard found to be Non-Compliant: Standard No. 23.University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status affirmed. (2016-2017) (2022-2023)Washington State University College of PharmacyDoctor of Pharmacy Program: Accredited status affirmed. (2016-2017) (2022-2023)Monitoring During the Accreditation PeriodMonitoring during the accreditation period includes review of Interim Reports and AnnualMonitoring Parameters. The Board undertook the initial review of programs’ financial data andPharmacy Curriculum Outcomes Assessment (PCOA) data. A request was made to any programwith incomplete data to ensure compliance with accreditation standards and annual monitoringparameters.Interim Reports and/or Annual Monitoring Parameters for the Doctor of Pharmacy programs of thefollowing colleges/schools were reviewed.Interim Report ReviewsCalifornia Health Sciences University College of PharmacyCampbell University College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesStandards No. 7 and 24 (Previously Standards No. 2 and 15): Compliant with Monitoring(previously found Non-Compliant)3
Standard No. 25 (Previously Standard No. 3): Compliant with Monitoring (previously foundPartially Compliant)Duquesne University Mylan School of PharmacyFerris State University College of PharmacyStandards No. 8 and 18 (Previously Standards No. 7 and 24): Compliant with Monitoring(previously found Partially Compliant)Lebanese American University School of PharmacyLong Island University Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesMCPHS University School of Pharmacy BostonStandard No. 24 (Previously Standard No. 15): Non-Compliant (previously found PartiallyCompliant)Mercer University College of PharmacyNova Southeastern University College of PharmacyOregon State University College of PharmacyPresbyterian College School of PharmacyTexas Southern University College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesStandard No. 18 (Previously Standard No. 24): Compliant with Monitoring (previouslyfound Partially Compliant)University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of PharmacyUniversity of Florida College of PharmacyUniversity of Illinois at Chicago College of PharmacyUniversity of Kansas School of PharmacyUniversity of Missouri Kansas City School of PharmacyUniversity of Oklahoma College of PharmacyUniversity of Utah College of PharmacyUniversity of Wisconsin- Madison School of PharmacyWayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesStandard No. 23 (Previously Standard No. 30): Compliant with Monitoring (previouslyfound Partially Compliant)Annual Monitoring ReviewsAppalachian College of PharmacyCreighton University Medical Center School of Pharmacy and Health ProfessionsD'Youville College School of PharmacyHarding University College of PharmacyPresbyterian College School of PharmacyRosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science College of PharmacyRutgers, the State University of New Jersey Ernest Mario School of PharmacyShenandoah University Bernard J. Dunn School of PharmacySouth University School of PharmacySouthwestern Oklahoma State University College of PharmacySt. John Fisher College Wegmans School of PharmacyThomas Jefferson University Jefferson School of PharmacyUnion University School of PharmacyUniversity of Maryland Eastern Shore School of Pharmacy and Health ProfessionsUniversity of Mississippi School of PharmacyUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City School of PharmacyUniversity of Saint Joseph School of PharmacyUniversity of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesUniversity of Wyoming School of PharmacyWingate University School of PharmacyReview of Programs with Substantive Change and other requestsAlbany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences School of Pharmacy and PharmaceuticalSciencesAppalachian College of Pharmacy4
Belmont University College of PharmacyCalifornia Health Sciences University College of PharmacyChapman University School of PharmacyChicago State University College of PharmacyD'Youville College School of PharmacyFlorida Agricultural & Mechanical University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesHoward University College of PharmacyHusson University School of PharmacyKeck Graduate Institute (KGI) School of PharmacyLipscomb University College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesLoma Linda University School of PharmacyMCPHS University School of Pharmacy - BostonMCPHS University School of Pharmacy – WorcesterNorth Dakota State University College of Health Professions School of PharmacyNortheast Ohio Medical University College of PharmacyOhio Northern University College of PharmacyPresbyterian College School of PharmacyRoosevelt University College of PharmacyRoseman University of Health Sciences College of PharmacyRutgers, the State University of New Jersey Ernest Mario School of PharmacySamford University McWhorter School of PharmacyShenandoah University Bernard J. Dunn School of PharmacySouth College School of PharmacySouth Dakota State University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health ProfessionsSt. Louis College of PharmacySullivan University College of PharmacyTemple University School of PharmacyTexas Southern University College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesTexas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of PharmacyThomas Jefferson University School of PharmacyTouro New York College of PharmacyUniversity of Connecticut School of PharmacyUniversity of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of PharmacyUniversity of Kentucky College of PharmacyUniversity of Louisiana at Monroe College of Health and Pharmaceutical Sciences School of PharmacyUniversity of Maryland School of PharmacyUniversity of Michigan College of PharmacyUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City School of PharmacyUniversity of New England College of PharmacyUniversity of North Carolina Eshelman School of PharmacyUniversity of North Texas System College of PharmacyUniversity of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus School of PharmacyUniversity of Southern California School of PharmacyAdministrative term extension to January 31, 2018; focused visit fall 2017University of Texas at Austin College of PharmacyUniversity of Texas at Tyler Ben and Maytee Fisch College of PharmacyUniversity of the Incarnate Word Feik School of PharmacyUniversity of the Sciences Philadelphia College of PharmacyAdministrative term extension to January 31, 2018; focused visit fall 2017Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesWestern University of Health Sciences College of PharmacyIII.Accreditation Actions for Providers of Continuing Pharmacy EducationACPE Board of Directors accepted the report of the ACPE Continuing Pharmacy EducationCommission at the January 2017 meeting.5
A.1.2.B.184.108.40.206.C.220.127.116.11.5.D.Initial Accreditation of New ApplicationsOrganizations seeking ACPE-accredited provider status are asked to submit an Application for InitialAccreditation. This application asks questions regarding the applicant’s experience relative to areasaddressed by ACPE’s standards for continuing pharmacy education. Staff recommendations for initialaccreditation are based on an assessment of the applicant’s ability and intent to comply with ACPE’sstandards. Initial terms of accreditation are usually for a short term with a First Review in 1 year and aSecond Review in 2 years.Applicant OrganizationBaylor Scott & White HealthProvider TypeHospitals; HealthCare NetworkStateTXTermFall 2017Children’s National MedicalCenterHospitals; HealthCare NetworkDCFall 2017Continued Accreditation of First ReviewsSubmission of First Review by Applicants Accredited in Fall 2015First Review F2016Provider TypeState(Accredited in F2015)Bayfront Health St PetersburgHospitals; HealthFLCare NetworkCambridge Health AllianceHospitals; HealthMACare NetworkCleveland Clinic Abu DhabiHospitals; HealthUAECare NetworkTribune Group GmbHEducationalGermanyCompanySecond ReviewContinued Accreditation of Second ReviewsSubmission of Second Review by Applicants Accredited in Fall 2014Second Review F2016Provider TypeStateInterim(Accredited in F2014)ReportAscension Health ResourceHospitals; HealthMOand Supply ManagementCare NetworkGroup, LLCInternational PharmaceuticalOtherNetherlandsFederation (FIP)Medical Education TrainingGovernmentTXFall 2017Campus Pharmacy TechnicianAgenciesProgramScientiaCME, LLCEducationalCACompanyTennessee PharmacistsOtherTNFall 2017Consortium for EducationFall 2017Fall 2017Fall 2017Fall 2017ComprehensiveReviewFall 2020Fall 2020Fall 2020Fall 2020Fall 2020Continued Accreditation on the Basis of Comprehensive Reviews that resulted in standard term.The submitted Self-Assessment Report undergoes a CPE Commissioner review, an internal (ACPE staff)review, an external (Field reviewer) review, a review of all records including correspondence, ActivityDescription Forms (ADFs), CPE Monitor submissions, complaints (if any) and third party comments. TheComprehensive Review for Continued Accreditation provides the basis for the Council’s action to continuethe provider’s term of accreditation. The standard term of accreditation is six years with or without anupdate or Interim Report.6
zation NameProvider TypeStateInterimReportComprehensiveReviewAcademy for ContinuedHealthcare Learning, TheCenter for AccreditedHealthcare Education, TheComprehensive PharmacyServices, Inc.Cook County Health andHospitals System.Drug Information Association(DIA). Duquesne University Schoolof PharmacyGeorgia PharmacyAssociation, Inc.Innovatix, LLCKing Faisal Specialist Hospital& Research CenterMCPHS UniversityMinnesota PharmacistsAssociationNational Jewish all 2017Fall 2022NJFall 2017Fall 2022TNFall 2017Fall 2022ILFall 2017Fall 2022New Mexico PharmacistsAssociationPotomac Center for MedicalEducationTexas A&M Health ScienceCenter Coastal Bend HealthEducation CenterTexas Tech University HealthSciences Center School ofPharmacyVA Western New YorkHealthcare SystemHospitals; HealthCare NetworkNationalAssociationsCollege or SchoolState or LocalAssociationsOtherGovernmentAgenciesCollege or SchoolState or LocalAssociationsHospitals; HealthCare NetworkState or LocalAssociationsEducationalCompanyHospitals; HealthCare NetworkPAFall 2022PAFall 2017Fall 2022GAFall 2017Fall 2022NYSaudi ArabiaFall 2018Fall 2022Fall 2022MAMNFall 2017Fall 2022Fall 2022COFall 2017Fall 2022MNFall 2017Fall 2022MDFall 2022TXFall 2018Fall 2022College or SchoolTXFall 2017Fall 2022Hospitals; HealthCare NetworkNYFall 2017Fall 2022Continued Accreditation on the Basis of Comprehensive Reviews that resulted in shortened terms.Consideration for Continued Accreditation on the Basis of Comprehensive Reviews that resulted inshortened terms or one-year progress report.Organization NameProvider TypeStateProgress Report1.CME Outfitters, LLCMDFall 20172.Memorial Sloan-KetteringCancer Center Division ofPharmacy ServicesEducationalCompanyHospitals; HealthCare NetworkNYFall 20173.Texas Southern UniversityCollege of Pharmacy and HealthSciencesUniversity of Florida College ofPharmacyCollege or SchoolTXFall 2017College or SchoolFLFall 20174.7
F.18.104.22.168.G.22.214.171.124.H.1.2.Continued Accreditation on the Basis of Progress ReportsProviders who have a shortened term of accreditation of 1 year are asked to submit a Progress Report. AProgress Report addresses only those issues that remain of concern following the previous ComprehensiveReview or Interim Report. However, because the provider has been given a shortened term of accreditation,the Progress Report, like the Comprehensive Review, serves as the basis for the Council to act to continuerecognition as an accredited provider.Organization NameProvider TypeStateInterimComprehensiveReportReviewGeorge Washington UniversityHospitals; HealthDCFall 2017Fall 2020Hospital Department ofCare NetworkPharmacyLehigh Valley HospitalHospitals; HealthPAFall 2017Fall 2021Pharmacy DepartmentCare NetworkPalm Beach Atlantic UniversityCollege or SchoolFLFall 2021Society of Critical Care MedicineNationalILFall 2021AssociationsContinued Accreditation on the Basis of Progress Reports resulting in shortened termConsideration for Continued Accreditation on the Basis of Progress Reports resulting in shortened term orone-year progress report or Probation. Providers who have a shortened term of accreditation of 1 year areasked to submit a Progress Report. A Progress Report addresses only those issues that remain of concernfollowing the previous Comprehensive Review or Interim Report. However, because the provider has beengiven a shortened term of accreditation, the Progress Report, like the Comprehensive Review, serves as thebasis for the Council to act to continue recognition as an accredited provider.Organization NameProvider TypeStateProgress ReportFerris State University Collegeof PharmacySaudi Pharmaceutical Societyc/o King Saud UniversityCollege of PharmacyCollege or SchoolMIFall 2017NationalAssociationsSaudi ArabiaFall 2017University of Mississippi Schoolof PharmacyVCU School of Pharmacy,Office of Continuing EducationCollege or SchoolMSFall 2017College or SchoolVASpring 2017ProbationContinued Accreditation on the Basis of Interim ReportsProviders with a standard term of accreditation of 6 years are asked to submit an Interim Report, usually inone or two years. The Interim Report serves as an update on specific issues that were identified in theprovider’s Comprehensive Review. Action required to affirm status and terms and to determine additionalreporting as needed or to modify previously established terms and determine new reporting requirements.Accredited ProviderProvider TypeStateInterim Report ComprehensiveReviewAcademy of Managed CareNationalVAFall 2020PharmacyAssociationsAlabama Society of HealthState or LocalKSSpring 2019System PharmacistsAssociations3.Barnett InternationalEducationalCompanyMA4.Belmont University College ofPharmacyCollege or SchoolTN8Fall 2019Fall 2017Fall 2019
5.Connecticut PharmacistsAssociationState or LocalAssociationsCT6.CPE Consultants, LLCOH7.Drug Store NewsEducationalCompanyPublishersNYSpring 20198.Emory University HospitalDepartment ofPharmaceutical ServicesEuropean Association ofHospital Pharmacists (EAHP)Hospitals; HealthCare NetworkGAFall 2021NationalAssociationsBelgiumFlorida Association ofConsultant PharmacistsFlorida Society of HealthSystem Pharmacists, Inc.State or LocalAssociationsState or LocalAssociationsFLHarris County HospitalDistrict, Learning andResource CenterIdaho Society of HealthSystem PharmacistsInstitute for NaturalResources (INR)King's Daughters' MedicalCenterLippincott Continuing MedicalEducation Institute, Inc.Michigan PharmacistsAssociationHospitals; HealthCare NetworkTXFall 2019State or LocalAssociationsEducationalCompanyHospitals; HealthCare NetworkPublishersIDFall 2018CAFall 202018.NACDS19.National CommunityPharmacists 126.96.36.199.FLKYFall 2020Fall 2017Fall 2017Fall 2019Fall 2019Fall 2018Fall 2017Fall 2017Fall 2020Fall 2020PAFall 2019State or LocalAssociationsMIFall 2021NationalAssociationsNationalAssociationsVAFall 2017Fall 2019VAFall 2017Fall 2019Philadelphia College ofPharmacyCollege or SchoolPAFall 2017Fall 2021South Carolina PharmacyAssociationSouth Dakota State UniversityCollege of PharmacyState or LocalAssociationsCollege or SchoolSCFall 2019SDFall 2021Southeastern ContinuingMedical EducationConsultants, LLCSoutheastern MichiganSociety of Health-SystemPharmacistsSt. Vincent Hospitals andHealth Services, Departmentof PharmacySullivan University College ofPharmacyEducationalCompanySCFall 2017Fall 2020State or LocalAssociationsMIFall 2017Fall 2019Hospitals; HealthCare NetworkINFall 2018College or SchoolKYFall 2021College or SchoolPAFall 2019Temple University School ofPharmacy9
28.The Medical Letter, Inc.PublishersNY29.Union University School ofPharmacyState or LocalAssociationsTNFall 202030.University of CincinnatiCollege of PharmacyCollege or SchoolOHFall 202031.University of Georgia Collegeof PharmacyUniversity of Illinois atChicago College of PharmacyUniversity of North CarolinaEshelman School ofPharmacyUniversity of Rhode IslandCollege of PharmacyCollege or SchoolGAFall 2021College or SchoolILFall 2021College or SchoolNCFall 2019College or SchoolRIFall 2020University of the Pacific,Thomas J. Long School ofPharmacy and HealthSciencesCollege or SchoolCA188.8.131.52.I.Organization Name1.Institute for ContinuingHealthcare EducationJ.Organization NameFall 2017Fall 2017Discontinuation of Accreditation StatusProvider TypeStateEducationalCompanyPAVoluntary Withdrawal of Accreditation StatusProvider TypeState1.2.Butler UniversityChapters Health System3.Educational Concepts GroupCollege or SchoolHospital; Health CareNetworkOther4.Hawaii PharmacistsAssociation (HPhA)5.Fall 2021Fall 2021Effective Date12/31/2016Effective DateINFL6/30/201710/17/2016GA12/31/2016State or LocalAssociationsHI1/31/2017Meniscus st Healthcare Memphis HospitalsHospitals; HealthCare NetworkTN6/1/20167.Rutgers University ErnestMario School of PharmacyVital Care, Inc.College or SchoolNJ12/31/2016EducationalCompanyHospital; Health CareNetworkMS5/23/2016CO12/31/20168.9.IV.Vizient, Inc. (legacyMedAssets)Accreditation Actions for Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education Five providers received joint accreditation with a 6-year term and three providers received jointaccreditation with a 4-year term. The decisions have also been ratified by the American NursesCredentialing Center (ANCC) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education(ACCME). With these decisions, there are now 42 jointly accredited providers.10
V.Certification Actions for Professional Degree Programs based outside the United States ofAmerica and its Territories:Certification ActionsOn the basis of self-studies, on-site evaluations, communications received from the institutions,as well as the comments and recommendations of the ACPE International Commission, theBoard of Directors determined the Certification status of the following professional degreeprograms, along with Certification terms and conditions.In order to be eligible for initial or continued Certification, the professional degree program inpharmacy must be part of an independent school of pharmacy or a school of pharmacy within auniversity. The school or university must be a postsecondary educational institution that isregularly incorporated, legally empowered, and authorized to award such a degree in accordancewith national and/or regional laws and regulations. The institutional environment or setting for theprofessional degree program must be equivalent to a university and include a mission thatencompasses professional education, scholarship, research, and service. The school ofpharmacy must have graduated at least one class of students from the professional degreeprogram in pharmacy for which Certification is being applied. Evaluation for purposes of initial orcontinued Certification by ACPE requires an invitation by the chief executive officer or designateof the institution.To apply for Certification, a school must submit an application, a self-study report of the program,and any additional materials specified by ACPE. After receipt of the application, self-study report,and other required materials, a preliminary review of the application is carried out to confirmeligibility for Certification and evaluate the application. The findings and conclusions from thereview are presented to the International Commission, which in turn makes a recommendation tothe Board regarding authorization of an on-site evaluation. If the Board authorizes an on-siteevaluation, it is scheduled in accord with standard evaluation and operational procedures.The customary review cycle (period between comprehensive on-site evaluation visits) forestablished Certified programs is six years. The customary term for programs granted initialCertification is two years. The customary term for programs granted Provisional Certification istwo years. The dates indicated in parentheses for each college or school are the academic year1of the most recent determination of Certification status and the academic year of the nextscheduled determination of Certification status, and thus define the present Certification term forthe professional degree program.The Certification actions are as follows:For Purposes of Considering Authorizing an On-Site Evaluation VisitThere were no pending on-site evaluation visits to be considered for authorization by the Board.For Purposes of Considering Granting of Initial Certification StatusQassim University College of Pharmacy, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia:Doctor of Pharmacy Program: Certification was granted (2016-17; 2018-19)For Purposes of Considering Continued Certification1For consistency, Certification cycles and academic years are named in accordance with the standardterminology used by ACPE for accreditation and Certification activities and reporting. Academic years runfrom July 1 to June 30.11
Al Ain University of Science and Technology College of Pharmacy, United Arab Emirates:Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Degree (2016-17; 2020-21) Focused on-site evaluation in Fall2018.Monitoring During the Certification PeriodThe interim report for the program of the following school was reviewed. If additional on-sitemonitoring has been requested through a focused on-site evaluation, it is so indicated.King Saud University College of Pharmacy, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia:Bachelor of Pharmacy (2014-15; 2018-19)Doctor of Pharmacy (2014-15; 2018-19)Review of Programs with Substantive Change and Other RequestsSubstantive change notifications from the following schools were received (action noted inparentheses):Al Ain University of Science and Technology College of Pharmacy, United Arab Emirates(monitoring was requested by the Board)King Saud University College of Pharmacy, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (monitoring wasrequested by the Board)University of Jordan School of Pharmacy, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (no additionalmonitoring was requested by the Board)Approval of Changes to Policies and ProceduresThere were no pending changes to the Policies and Procedures to be approved by the Board.Approval of Changes to Certification Quality CriteriaThere were no pending changes to the Certification Quality Criteria to be approved by the Board.VIII.Accreditation Actions for Pharmacy Technician Education and Training Programs, incollaboration with the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)The Accreditation Actions for Pharmacy Technician Education and Training Programsrecommended by the Pharmacy Technician Accreditation Commission at their October 24-25,2016 and approved by both the ACPE and ASHP boards of directors during their June meetingswill be distributed in the near future by ASHP in their publication: The Pharmacy TechnicianEducation and Training TABLET. Copies will be sent by ACPE to
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