(A) Jurisprudence continuing education programs shall:
(1) Be any A.C.P.E. law program as identified by A.C.P.E. numbering convention "03"; or
(2) If provided by an in-state provider of continuing education, be approved by the state board of pharmacy.
(B) Jurisprudence continuing education programs shall also meet the following requirements:
(2) Contain accurate information;
(3) Consist of information relevant to the practice of pharmacy in Ohio;
(4) Be presented in an unbiased manner; and
(5) If provided by an in-state provider of continuing education, not be utilized for more than two years from the date the program was approved by the state board of pharmacy. A.C.P.E. programs shall be completed within the time frame defined by the A.C.P.E. provider.
(C) If an initial jurisprudence program submission is denied by the state board of pharmacy, the approved continuing education provider may resubmit that program one time to address the problem areas outlined by the board during the review process. If the resubmitted program is not approved by the board, the provider shall not submit a program covering the same topic for a period of one year from the date of the denial.
(D) Failure to meet all of the requirements listed in paragraphs (A) and (B) of this rule shall result in the state board of pharmacy's denial to approve a submitted jurisprudence program. Repeated denials of programs or violations of rule 4729-7-06 of the Administrative Code may result in the suspension or revocation of the board approval of a continuing education provider.