Innovative Pharmacy Practice
Conference (Sunday Only) – Pharmacists

Innovative Pharmacy Practice <br>Conference (Sunday Only) – Pharmacists

Innovative Pharmacy Practice
Conference (Sunday Only) – Pharmacists

Sunday, September 10, 2023 (Only)

Personalized Medicine: How Personal Is It Really?
8:00-9:30am G/C

Angela M. Hill, Pharm.D., CPh, Professor & Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Project Director, WE-CARE, Taneja College of Pharmacy, University of South Florida

Pharmacist Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, pharmacists will be able to: Discuss key therapeutics areas where personalized medicine is being applied; Discuss opportunities for pharmacy practice in pharmacogenomics; Describe implications of pharmacogenomic applications with select medications.

UAN: 0675-0000-23-010-L04-P

 

Pulmonary Vaccines Updates: Staying Contemporary for the 2023-2024 Season
9:30-11:00am G/C

Paul M. Boylan, Pharm.D., BCPS, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical & Administrative Sciences, College of Pharmacy, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Pharmacist Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, pharmacists will be able to: Describe the pharmacology and immunology of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccines; Identify patients who may benefit from an RSV, influenza, COVID-19, or pneumococcal vaccine; Given a patient case, recommend appropriate pulmonary vaccine(s) for the 2023-2024 season.

UAN: 0675-0000-23-011-L06-P

 

Nutritional Therapy and Supplementation Therapy in Diabetes and Inflammatory Conditions
11:15-12:45pm G/C

Lynn Lafferty, PharmD, ND, DACBN, Endowed Professor/Clinical Assistant Professor, NOVA Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy

Pharmacist Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, pharmacists will be able to: Summarize the components of a nutritional consultation; Describe why blood glucose stability is key to preventing diabetes and inflammation; Discuss the evidence on which food ingredients may cause illness and which food components can heal tissues and biochemical abnormality; Review research on food components that cause symptoms and diseases; Identify environmental causes of symptoms; Review how to access and use literature on food research; Review medical conditions for insurance reimbursement.

UAN: 0675-0000-23-012-L01-P

 

Level Up Wellness: Exploring Your Full Potential!
12:45-2:15pm G/C

DeAnn Mullins, BPharm, RPh, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (Retired)

Pharmacist Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, pharmacists will be able to: Create an innovative model for delivering patient care; Discuss available therapies and technologies that extend life span and health span; Set an intention to explore ‘your why’ and your future in pharmacy, that your future self with thank you for.

UAN: 0675-0000-23-013-L04-P

 

Mitigation and Prevention of Medication Errors in Pharmacy Practice
2:30-4:30PM G

Norman P. Tomaka, BS Pharm, MS, CPh, FAPhA, Clinical Consultant Pharmacist, Consultant Pharmacy Services

Pharmacist Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, pharmacists will be able to: Recognize statutory responsibilities that foster ongoing pharmacy regulatory compliance; Recognize recurring medication errors; Describe quality improvement regulations for pharmacies licensed in Florida; Define elements of a proactive Continuous Quality Improvement process that promotes ongoing quality; Discuss the use of Root Cause Analysis (RCA) to enhance quality pharmacy services and prevent errors; Describe the implementation of an action plan to improve overall pharmacy practice quality and mitigate medication errors; Demonstrate enactment of procedures that promote ongoing patient safety in pharmacy practice.
UAN: 0675-0000-23-009-L05-P

 

 

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