FAQs

Q. Do I have to be a registered user in order to participate in the CE courses?

A: Yes, in order to participate in our home study programs you must be a registered user and be logged in prior to viewing the course materials. You must also be logged into your account in order to register for our online meetings and symposia.

Q. How do I find out about upcoming programs?

A: Upcoming programs will be posted on the website under “Live” or “online” programs.

Q. Does the website keep a log of all of the programs that I have participated in and receive a certificate of accreditation in?

A: Yes, we keep records of all of the programs that you participate in under our “members sections”.  This section can be viewed only after you log into your account.  From here you can reprint copies of your certificates for courses completed online or participated in live.  This is a great way to manage your CE requirements throughout the year and is especially useful at license renewal time.

Q. Following a CE program, how long before I receive a statement of credit?

A: Following completion of a home study course, including a passing score on the post-test and completion of the evaluation, there will be immediate availability to the participant to print their CE statement of credit. Following participation in a live CE program, you will be given a Live Program Keyword. After the program date, come to www.TGMedEd.com, log in and enter the Members Service.  Here you can click the link for Enter Symposium Keyword. Once you enter the live program keyword, you can then complete the program evaluation for the live program. After the completion of this evaluation form there will be immediate availability to the participant to print their CE statement of credit.

Q. Can I be alerted if programs are going to take place in my region or area of clinical practice?

A: Yes, simply send an email to CustomerService@TGMedEd.com with your name, local region and/or clinical areas of interest and we will gladly add you to our mailing list.

Q. What does ACPE mean?

A: ACPE stands for the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. ACPE is the national accrediting agency for pharmacy continuing education. ACPE assures the quality of continuing pharmaceutical education programs by evaluating the providers of CE and by monitoring the quality of their educational activities. http://www.acpe-accredit.org/about/default.asp

Q. Following a CE program, how long before I receive a statement of credit?

A: Following participation in a live CE program you will be given a “Live Program Keyword”.  At your leisure, go to www.TGMedEd.com and log into your account.  After logging in, there will be a “Member Menu”.  Here you can click “Manage Symposia”, which lists all of our programs for the last two years.  Locate the program you attended and click on “Enter Keyword”. After entering the program keyword, you will be directed to the online course evaluation. After completion of the evaluation form in its entirety, a certificate of accreditation will be automatically generated for printing. A copy of this certificate will also be saved to your TGMedEd.com profile in the “Certificates” section.

Following participation in a live CE program and completion of the evaluation form, participants will receive their statements of credit via US mail approximately 6 weeks after the program.