Yes, they can, under the following conditions:
Programs approved by the American Medical Association (AMA) as Category 1 Continuing Medical Education (CME) and accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education subject to the following conditions.
(A) Pharmacists may receive credit for the completion of the same CME course only once during a license period.
(B) Pharmacists who present approved CME programs may receive credit for the time expended during the actual presentation of the program. Pharmacists may receive credit for the same presentation only once during a license period.
(C) Proof of completion of a CME course shall contain the following information:
(i) name of the participant;
(ii) title and completion date of the program;
(iii) name of the approved provider sponsoring or cosponsoring the program;
(iv) number of contact hours and/or CEUs awarded; and
(v) a dated certifying signature of the approved provider.
Texas Administrative Code Title 22 (Examining Boards), Part 15 (Texas State Board of Pharmacy), Chapter 295 (Pharmacists), Rule 295.8 (Continuing Education Requirements)
Texas State Board of Pharmacy