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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I process CE for a live webinar?
The PDFs below provide thorough description of the process for obtaining CE.

What is podcasting?
Podcasting makes an audio file, typically an MP3 file, available online for downloading via an automatic "feed." You can then hear the podcast whenever you want using your computer and/or a portable media player.

What equipment do I need for podcasting?
The first thing you need is podcast subscription software ("podcast tool") to manage your podcast subscription. Your options include the latest version of Apple's iTunes or iPodder, among others (See List). In most cases the software is free.

Once you've downloaded a podcast, you can listen to it with your computer (assuming it can play MP3 audio files) or you can transfer podcasts from your computer to a portable media device.

How do I suscribe to podcasts?
To subscribe to ASHP Advantage Podcasts, and automatically receive new activities when they are published, copy the URL from the box below and paste it into your podcasting tool.

In order to receive new activities automatically, make sure the scheduling function on your podcasting tool is set to search for new podcasts automatically.

How do I access the slides and handouts?
Locate the Podcast program in the list below and click on the program title, then "right click" on the "Program Materials" link to download a PDF file, which includes the learning objectives, speaker biographies, slides, references, post-program test, and other program information.



Looking for on-demand CE to complete while you are on-the-go? ASHP Advantage CE podcasts are available on a number of topics. Podcasts also feature interviews with faculty and other pharmacy leaders about important therapeutic and practice issues.


ASHP Advantage publications provide an additional learning opportunity for pharmacists and other health care professionals. Education is provided on topics including REMS, VTE, inhaled anesthesia and more.