This ACPE-accredited continuing education course, built and presented by Prescryptive Health, helps pharmacists evaluate patients for their appropriateness to receive COVID-19 monoclonal antibodies. This course is offered in partnership with the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) with ACPE accreditation provided by Oregon State University College of Pharmacy.

Every pharmacist is eligible to receive 1 hour of ACPE-continuing education credit at no cost once the course and short final exam are completed. This program is supported by the State of Oregon and contains open source documents intended to support pharmacists across all 50 states. 

Pharmacists on the frontline of COVID-19: From testing to treatment and prevention

About this course

COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy is authorized for both the treatment of and post-exposure prophylaxis in certain individuals. This training covers the following topics:

  • How to utilize a questionnaire, and vital signs to determine eligible patients who would benefit most from monoclonal antibodies.
  • Which COVID-19 symptoms are considered severe, and warrant referral to the emergency department.
  • Counseling on COVID-19 self-care.
  • Details of how to administer COVID-19 monoclonal antibodies, including storage, dose, preparation, and technique.
  • What to watch for when monitoring patients after administration as well as what to document and when to follow-up with patients.
This course is free to pharmacists nationwide. You will receive 1 hour of continuing education credit upon course completion. 




Teletracking is a federal requirement for all pharmacies by The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

To register, email HHS-Protect@teletracking.com and ask for a New Therapeutic Facility Template. Complete the template the best you can and e-mail back to the above address. When your facility gets added, all your users will receive an invitation e-mail to set up their own accounts. Instructions can be found at Introduction (cl-teletracking.com).

You may also call for support at 1-877-570-6903, Press 7 for COVID-19 tracking support.


Communities need pharmacies now more than ever. Your ability to safely and effectively administer monoclonal antibody treatment will help to prevent severe complications that could lead to hospitalizations.

Paige Clark, RPh

NCPA has a number of resources available to pharmacies who want to provide monoclonal antibody subQ treatment in their communities, including  continuing education.

Pharmacies must work with their state health department to be able to order the product, and each state will likely have a different process for involvement.



Oregon State University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of
continuing pharmacy education.