January NCPA Events for Pharmacy Teams

NCPA December 21, 2021

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Dec. 21, 2021) – The National Community Pharmacists Association is pleased to announce these upcoming events for pharmacists and pharmacy team members taking place in January:

  • Beginning Jan. 19 – Diabetes Accreditation Boot Camp. The NCPA Innovation Center is teaming up with PharmFurther to launch the Diabetes Accreditation Boot Camp, a new six-week online course that will prepare pharmacy teams to apply for Diabetes Self-Management Education accreditation. DSME is a billable, evidence-based service that allows pharmacy teams to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life for patients with diabetes. Registration closes Jan. 16. Learn more and register.
  • Jan. 29-30 – NCPA Pharmacy Ownership Workshop, sponsored by McKesson. In this virtual session, a team of experts will answer the nitty-gritty questions about the loan approval process, licensure agreements, creating a start-up checklist, writing a business plan, designing an effective store layout, and more. A can’t-miss program for new pharmacy owners, those planning to someday open their own store, and those thinking about taking the next step in the industry. Learn more and register.

Additionally, registration remains open for NCPA’s upcoming Multiple Locations Conference, which will be held Feb. 23-26, 2022, at the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach in Clearwater, Fla. According to the 2021 NCPA Digest, sponsored by Cardinal Health, 32 percent of independent community pharmacy owners have ownership in two or more pharmacies. Many others may aspire to own multiple pharmacies. NCPA’s Multiple Locations Conference is where savvy owners come to learn to manage the complexity that can come with additional stores and discover solutions and strategies to make their pharmacies thrive.

Events are subject to change. Visit www.ncpa.org for the latest information on NCPA events.


Founded in 1898, the National Community Pharmacists Association is the voice for the community pharmacist, representing nearly 19,400 pharmacies that employ approximately 215,000 individuals nationwide. Community pharmacies are rooted in the communities where they are located and are among America’s most accessible health care providers. To learn more, visit www.ncpa.org.