Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Patients and their Providers

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020 (1:00PM - 2:00PM EDT)

*Pre-registration is required to participate and claim CPE credit.  This live webinar is available exclusively to APhA members.*

Activity Preview

The psychological impact of COVID-19, both immediate and repercussive, cannot be overstated. Deaths, economic downturns, healthcare burden, and job losses are just a few of the struggles that we as healthcare providers must grapple with in a post COVID-19. However, what does this all mean to pharmacists who are at the frontline at time of pandemic? How can they overcome the extra psychological burden the patients present themselves with? To get the answers to the many concerns you have at time of pandemic, register for this webinar. An expert in the field will discuss the potential psychological impact of COVID-19 using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and provide recommendations to meet the needs of your patients.

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this knowledge-based activity, pharmacists will be able to:

  1. Explain the psychological impact of COVID-19 using Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
  2. Discuss the impact of psychological burden of COVID-19 on healthcare providers.
  3. Identify effective strategies that pharmacists at frontline can use to assist patients overcome the burden associated with COVID-19.

Activity type: Knowledge-based
Target Audience:
Learning Level: 2

Accreditation Information


The American Pharmacists Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. The following webinar is approved for 1.0 contact hour of CPE credit (0.1 CEU). The ACPE Universal Activity Number for this activity is 0202-0000-20-243-L04-P.

To obtain credit for completing Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Patients and Their Providers, participants will need to complete the 2-step registration process, attend the live webinar, complete the evaluation questions, and then CLAIM credit. An attendance code and detailed instructions on how to claim credit will be provided during the webinar. Participants need to have a valid username and password to claim credit. After credit has been claimed, please visit CPE monitor for your transcript. 

Initial release date: September 16, 2020
Expiration date to claim credit for LIVE webinar: November 15 at 11:59PM EDT, 2020 


Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Patients and Their Providers is a live continuing education activity for pharmacists developed by the American Pharmacists Association. ©2020 by the American Pharmacists Association.


Jeff Gold, PharmD, BCPP and APhA’s editorial staff declare no conflicts of interest or financial interests in any product or service mentioned in this activity, including grants, employment, gifts, stock holdings, and honoraria. For a complete list of APhA staff disclosures, visit the APhA website at

Conflicts of interest have been resolved through content review by Helen Sairany, BA, PharmD, MBA, BCACP, Director of Content Development & Partnership at the American Pharmacists Association. 


There is no fee associated with this member-only activity. 

*This webinar will be archived and made available as an online learning activity (home study) within 1 week after the live offering has been presented. The home study will be available exclusively to APhA members as a free member benefit during the first 30 days after release. Thereafter, nonmembers may purchase the home study at a cost of $129.

System Requirements

Computer and internet access are required to complete this activity.  Please visit our website to view the Technology System Requirements in order to have a positive learning experience.

Psychological Impact of COVID-19

Date 9/16/2020 1:00:00 PM
Address 2215 Constitution Ave, NW
City Washington State District of Columbia Zip Code 20037