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70th Pharmacy Practice Seminar • PPS 2022


Thank You for Attending the 2022 PPS! 
 
Live session recordings are now in production.  Please check here for videos as they are completed.  Please allow until November 1 for all production to be complete.


 
 
About
 
The 2022 Pharmacy Practice Seminar (PPS) is jam packed with 20+ CE hours of useful and practical topics that are applicable to a variety of practices.  The agenda includes all TSBP requirements plus specific sessions for maintaining Immunization or Sterile Compounding certifications.  Everything you need in ONE program!  This is the page for content. Use this page for access to broadcasts and for completing CPE evaluations for credit.   For more details about the PPS, visit the 2022 PPS website.
 
 
 
Live Attendee Evaluations for CPE Credit
If you attended all or part of PPS live on Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25, you should be sure to complete the evaluations below for the sessions you attended.  Be sure to Log In.  Then click on the green "COMPLETE EVALUATION" buttons below for all the sessions you attended.  NOTE: the credits will be automatically sent to the NABP eProfile you listed when you registered.  Please double check this information in the "My Profile" link at the top right of this page. 
 
On-Demand Participation
We are currently producing videos from the live event held on Saturday and Sunday, September 24-25.  Please allow us time to complete the video production.  All sessions are expected to be completed by November 1.
 
 
 
 Additional Notes
  • All attendees have access to the prerecorded on-demand sessions for additional CE credit.
  • All attendees have access to the optional Immunization Update 3-hour live webinar on Friday evening.
  • All attendees will have access to the recorded live sessions that will be made available after the live event for home study credit.
 
 
Questions ?
 UT Continuing Pharmacy Education  UTpharmacyCE@austin.utexas.edu    
 
 

Date: Sep 23, 2022 06:00 AM - Sep 25, 2022 05:00 AM

Fee

$550.00

CE Hours

24.50

CE Units

2.450

Registration closes on Jun 20, 2023 12:00 AM

Activity Type

  • Knowledge

Target Audience(s)

  • Pharmacists
  • Pharmacy Technicians

Requirements for CE Credit

The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.
This knowledge-based activity is approved up to 24.50 CE hours as follows:  3 hours live webinar on Friday, 13 hours live Saturday/Sunday, 2 hours live optional working lunches Saturday/Sunday (available to in-person attendees only), and 6.5 hours pre-recorded home study).  In order to receive credit for each session, the participant must view the presentation/video, complete the post-test if there is one listed, and complete the online evaluation (note:  home study sessions have a brief ungraded post-test (3 questions).  After an online evaluation is submitted, CE credit is transmitted directly to CPE Monitor within one week.

It is the participant's responsibility to confirm CE credit has been awarded correctly by logging into their CPE Monitor profile.  Credit discrepancies must be reported to UT Continuing Pharmacy Education within 60 days of submitting an evaluation (CE credit cannot be awarded/corrected after 60 days have passed).  Please ensure that your NABP e-ID and DOB (MM/DD) are entered correctly in your profile prior to completing the evaluations.   

 
 

 

 

   

  • If you plan to participate in PPS virtually via Zoom webinar, view the handout down below for detailed instructions (must be logged in to view the handout).
  • You must be registered for PPS to claim credit for anything viewed in-person or via zoom (register using the green button at the bottom of the page)
  • The zoom webinar links are listed up above in the program description, for easy access on the day of the event.
  • To claim CE credit after viewing a zoom session, return to this site to complete the online evaluation (bookmark this page!).
    • Logging Back In:  select "Private/Pending Programs" in the grey menu bar at the top, log in at the prompt, then under the LIVE tab select "Pharmacy Practice Seminar".  
  • You must be registered and logged in to access the evaluation for each session.
 
Date: 09/22/22
Time: 07:00 PM - 07:00 PM
   

 

   

 
2022 Immunization Update - Part 1
LIVE Webinar Only
Friday, September 23 
 

About the Faculty

Sharon Rush, RPh
Clinical Associate Professor
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy


Presentations: 2022 Immunization Updates 

Bio:  Sharon Rush received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree in 1986. She practiced as a staff pharmacist, pharmacy manager, Central Texas Immunization Coordinator, and PGY-1 residency preceptor during her 23 years with a large community pharmacy chain. She joined the faculty of the Division of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in July 2010. She is the Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the college and the Austin/Temple/Waco Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the fourth year professional students.
 
Professor Rush has been involved with direct patient care programs for many years, such as pharmacy-based immunizations, health screenings, Medication Therapy Management, and Disease State Management. She is a certified instructor for the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate program for both pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, the APhA Medication Therapy Management certificate program, and the NACDS Point of Care certificate program. All PharmD students at UT earn their immunization and medication therapy management certificates under her instruction.
 
She provides the annual 3-hour continuing education Immunization Update for the Texas Pharmacy Association and The University of Texas College of Pharmacy Pharmacy Practice Seminar. She is a member of several national, state and local professional organizations and serves on the Texas Pharmacy Association’s Public Policy Council and Association Affairs Council. She recently was selected to serve on APhA-APPM’s Immunizing Pharmacists SIG Communications committee and the American Academy of Colleges of Pharmacy Council of Faculties Professional Identity Formation task force.

Disclosure:  Sharon Rush does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Identify changes or updates to the January 2021 Immunization Schedules for persons aged 0 through 18 years and adults.
  • Evaluate the most current Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations and CDC best practice guidelines.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-072-L06-P/T
Date: 09/23/22
Time: 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM

CE Hours

2.00
   

   

 
2022 Immunization Update - Part 2 
LIVE Webinar Only
Friday, September 23 
 

About the Faculty

Sharon Rush, RPh
Clinical Associate Professor
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy


Presentations: 2022 Immunization Updates 

Bio:  Sharon Rush received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree in 1986. She practiced as a staff pharmacist, pharmacy manager, Central Texas Immunization Coordinator, and PGY-1 residency preceptor during her 23 years with a large community pharmacy chain. She joined the faculty of the Division of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in July 2010. She is the Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the college and the Austin/Temple/Waco Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the fourth year professional students.
 
Professor Rush has been involved with direct patient care programs for many years, such as pharmacy-based immunizations, health screenings, Medication Therapy Management, and Disease State Management. She is a certified instructor for the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate program for both pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, the APhA Medication Therapy Management certificate program, and the NACDS Point of Care certificate program. All PharmD students at UT earn their immunization and medication therapy management certificates under her instruction.
 
She provides the annual 3-hour continuing education Immunization Update for the Texas Pharmacy Association and The University of Texas College of Pharmacy Pharmacy Practice Seminar. She is a member of several national, state and local professional organizations and serves on the Texas Pharmacy Association’s Public Policy Council and Association Affairs Council. She recently was selected to serve on APhA-APPM’s Immunizing Pharmacists SIG Communications committee and the American Academy of Colleges of Pharmacy Council of Faculties Professional Identity Formation task force.

Disclosure:  Sharon Rush does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Discuss vaccines under investigation or in the pipeline.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-059-L06-P/T
Date: 09/23/22
Time: 08:30 PM - 09:00 PM

CE Hours

0.50
   

   

 
2022 Immunization Update - Part 3
LIVE Webinar Only
Friday, September 23   
 

About the Faculty

Sharon Rush, RPh
Clinical Associate Professor
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy


Presentations: 2022 Immunization Updates 

Bio:  Sharon Rush received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree in 1986. She practiced as a staff pharmacist, pharmacy manager, Central Texas Immunization Coordinator, and PGY-1 residency preceptor during her 23 years with a large community pharmacy chain. She joined the faculty of the Division of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in July 2010. She is the Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the college and the Austin/Temple/Waco Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the fourth year professional students.
 
Professor Rush has been involved with direct patient care programs for many years, such as pharmacy-based immunizations, health screenings, Medication Therapy Management, and Disease State Management. She is a certified instructor for the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate program for both pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, the APhA Medication Therapy Management certificate program, and the NACDS Point of Care certificate program. All PharmD students at UT earn their immunization and medication therapy management certificates under her instruction.
 
She provides the annual 3-hour continuing education Immunization Update for the Texas Pharmacy Association and The University of Texas College of Pharmacy Pharmacy Practice Seminar. She is a member of several national, state and local professional organizations and serves on the Texas Pharmacy Association’s Public Policy Council and Association Affairs Council. She recently was selected to serve on APhA-APPM’s Immunizing Pharmacists SIG Communications committee and the American Academy of Colleges of Pharmacy Council of Faculties Professional Identity Formation task force.

Disclosure:  Sharon Rush does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Determine appropriate answers for the questions that commonly arise and discuss related counseling points and key considerations

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-060-L06-P/T
Date: 09/23/22
Time: 09:00 PM - 09:00 PM

CE Hours

0.50
   

 

   

 
Hormonal Contraception:  What Pharmacists Need to Know 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM
 

About the Faculty

James Karboski, PharmD

James A. Karboski, PharmD 

Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Neill B. Walsdorf Fellow in Pharmacy

The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy 

 
Presentation: Hormonal Contraception: What Pharmacists Need to Know

Bio: Dr. Karboski earned a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Washington State University and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio. He continued his training in Texas where he completed a Clinical Sciences Fellowship in Pharmacokinetics at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Karboski directed the Adult Internal Medicine Residency program in collaboration with Brackenridge Hospital for 15 years, supervised 14 residents and created a program that was nationally recognized as a superior training program for future academicians. Dr. Karboski teaches extensively in the undergraduate, Pharm.D., and graduate programs at the University of Texas with an emphasis on cardiovascular therapeutics and physical assessment. Has been a past recipient of the Texas Excellence Teaching Award, the University of Texas System Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award and he has been cited numerous times by the P4 class as a faculty member who had the highest impact on their professional development. Currently, Dr. Karboski’s interests focus on the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Disclosure: James A. Karboski does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Describe the mechanisms of action of hormonal contraception.
  • Describe the methods of how and when to start hormonal contraceptives.
  • List the methods by which hormonal contraception is delivered.
  • List the most common adverse reactions to hormonal contraception and the strategies to manage them.
  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of the various hormonalcontraception products.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-061-L01-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 08:30 AM - 09:45 AM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

 
Test-to-Treat:  Increasing Access to Health Care Services 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
 

About the Faculty

 

Rannon Ching, PharmD

Pharmacist-in-Charge

Tarrytown Pharmacy


Presentation: Test-to-Treat: Increasing Access to Health Care Services
Bio: Rannon is the Pharmacist-In-Charge at Tarrytown Pharmacy, an independent pharmacy that’s been serving the community of Austin Texas since 1941. He was born in Honolulu Hawaii, living there until his family moved to Lake Travis in Austin, Texas in 2000. Rannon completed his undergraduate pre-requisites and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. Rannon manages and operates Tarrytown Pharmacy, an Austin-based independent pharmacy, and their numerous advanced clinical services; including their PGY-1 community pharmacy residency, immunization and point-of-care testing program, 3rd and 4th year IPPE and APPE UT College of Pharmacy students, and health-care facility relations. The Texas Pharmacy Association awarded him with the 2019 Excellence in Innovation award, which recognizes an individual who has demonstrated innovative pharmacy practice resulting in improved patient care and/or advancement of the profession of pharmacy. Rannon was also honored with the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumnus Award from the UT Austin College of Pharmacy Alumni Association. He currently serves as the Speaker for the Texas Pharmacy Association’s House of Delegates. He works closely with the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, and is involved with teaching third and fourth-year pharmacy students, developing research projects, and is a member of the college’s Experiential and Admissions committee. In addition, he equips and encourages his pharmacy team to pursue new and innovative advanced clinical services for the pharmacy.
 

Disclosure: Rannon Ching is an employee of Tarrytown Pharmacy, an independent pharmacy in Austin, Texas.

 

Objectives

  • Describe the “Test to Treat” initiative, how it relates to point-of-care testing (POCT), and the potential role for pharmacists.
  • Identify pharmacies / pharmacists who are eligible to participate in point-of-care initiatives, briefly outlining requirements and any necessary training.
  • List therapeutics that are currently available to patients who test positive for COVID-19.
  • Identify resources to consult and/or share with patients, to connect them with the appropriate health care services in a timely manner.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-062-L04-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 09:45 AM - 09:45 AM

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
The Pharmacist’s Role in Optimizing Pain Management. [pain management credit]
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
 


About the Faculty

 
Daniel Arendt, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Professor – Pain Stewardship 
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy University of Cincinnati  

Presentation: The Pharmacist’s Role in Optimizing Pain Management
BIO: Dr. Arendt is an Assistant Professor at The University of Cincinnati, James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy where he specializes in pain management and opioid stewardship. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Toledo in 2018. He then went on to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency at University Hospitals: Geauga Medical Center, located near Cleveland, OH. After completing his PGY-1, he stayed at Geauga Medical Center, where he completed a combined Internal Medicine and Academia PGY-2 residency program with Northeast Ohio Medical University. Currently, Dr. Arendt serves as chair of the Pain Stewardship Committee at UC Health. In this role he works to develop innovative policies and practices that enhance pain management and substance use disorder treatment within the greater Cincinnati area. He is a firm believer in the power of harm reduction and the impact that medicine and compassion can have.  
Disclosure: Daniel Arendt does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Describe goals and expectations for patients and the management of their pain.
  • Review non-opioid treatment options for pain management.
  • Review opioid treatment options for pain management and best-practices for safe and effective use.
  • Explain the role pharmacists can play in pain management.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-063-L08-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

 
Working Lunch Discussion 
LIVE In-Person Only
Saturday, September 24
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
 

About the Session
 
Optional Lunch Session Description: Pharmacy CPE lectures focus on building knowledge though sharing update information for pharmacy practice.  Application and implementation of this new knowledge is an additional step in improving pharmacy practice. 
 
Pharmacy Practice Seminar Topic Discussion and Implementation Planning
During lunch breaks at the 70th annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar, attendees can earn up to 2.0 CPE hours of credit (1.0 hour per lunch) by participating in topic discussions based on morning presentations.  Through these table discussions with fellow pharmacy colleagues, you will be able to discuss in depth the key takeaways from morning sessions. 
 
During the discussions, pick one of the topics from the morning that you and your table friends feel is most applicable to your practice.  Use the prompts on the other side of this document as starting questions.
 
Please remember that these lunch discussion exercises are optional.  Only participate if you like.
 

 

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-095-L04-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 12:15 PM - 01:15 PM

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
A Systems Approach to Clinician Well-Being  [mental health credit] 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
1:15 PM - 2:30 PM
 

About the Faculty

 
M. Lynn Crismon, PharmD, FCCP, DABCP, BCPP
Behrens Centennial Professor in Pharmacy
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy  

Presentation: A Systems Approach to Clinician Well-being
BIO: M. Lynn Crismon is the Behrens Centennial Professor of Pharmacy and Professor of Psychiatry at The University of Texas at Austin and past Dean and James T. Doluisio Regents Chair of the College of Pharmacy. He is board certified in psychiatric pharmacy and a Diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Pharmacology. His research has focused on improving the pharmacotherapy of severe mental disorders and mental health outcomes research. He has 268 publications and over 207 abstracts. He has supervised 39 psychiatric pharmacy residents, research fellows, or graduate students. He is a founding steering committee member and faculty member in the REACH Institute’s Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care mini-fellowship. He served as a member of the National Academy of Medicine Committee that developed Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being which received the 2021 James A. Hamilton Book Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a recipient of the ACCP Paul F. Parker Medal and the ASHP Board of Directors Distinguished Leadership Award.  
Disclosure: Lynn Crismon does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Identify symptoms of burnout and how they make affect behavior in the workplace.
  • Discuss system issues in pharmacy and healthcare that contribute to burnout.
  • Recommend changes in pharmacy and healthcare systems that would improve clinician well-being.
  • Summarize the key points in the National Academy of Medicine’s National Plan for Health Workforce Well-being.
  • Commit to at least one change that you can make in your workplace to decrease the risk of burnout and improve well-being among pharmacists and other pharmacy personnel.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-064-L05-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 01:15 PM - 02:30 PM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

 
Texas Pharmacy Law Update 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
2:30 PM - 4:15 PM
 

About the Faculty

Tim Tucker, PharmD, FAPhA
Executive Director / Secretary
Texas State Board of Pharmacy  

Presentation: 2022 Texas Pharmacy Law Update
Bio: Tim Tucker became the Executive Director/Secretary of the Texas State Board of Pharmacy on September 1st, 2021. He came to Texas from the great state of Tennessee. Tim owned City Drug Company, a small town community pharmacy, for 32 years and his family owned this business for over 54 years. Tim has served many different roles in pharmacy. He is former president of APhA, ACPE, Tennessee Pharmacists Association and the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy. Dr. Tucker and his wife Diane, an occupational therapist, are the proud parents of 3 adult sons.
Disclosure: Tim Tucker does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Identify updates to Texas pharmacy practice laws and rules.
  • Examine the impact on practice of the Texas pharmacy law updates.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-065-L03-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 02:30 PM - 04:15 PM

CE Hours

1.50
   

   

 
New Drug Update 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Saturday, September 24
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
 

About the Faculty


 
 
 
Laurajo Ryan, PharmD, MSc, BCPS, CDE
Clinical Professor
University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy UT Health San Antonio

Presentation:  2022 New Drug Update
Bio: Laurajo Ryan, PharmD, MSc, BCPS, CDE is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Pharmacotherapy Division at the University of Texas College of Pharmacy and at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio in the Department of Medicine and the Pharmacotherapy Education Research Center. She teaches extensively in the College of Pharmacy as well as the School of Medicine. She also serves as a scientific reviewer for an investigational review board (IRB). She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Texas and completed a 2-year specialty residency at the University of Maryland. She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Investigation from the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. Her primary clinical practice is on the inpatient medicine service at University Hospital where she supervises Pharm.D. interns and residents on acute care medicine. She also sees patients in the South Texas VA therapeutic drug management clinic. Her academic responsibilities include didactic teaching of Pharm.D. students, Master’s students, PhD students and residents.
Disclosure: Laurajo Ryan does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).


 
 
Justin Pedigo, Pharm.D., BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy  

Presentation:  2022 New Drug Update
Bio: Justin Pedigo is a clinical assistant professor and Regional Internship Program Director for the San Antonio region at the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, and he completed his Doctor of Pharmacy training at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy in Abilene, Texas. Dr. Pedigo completed a two-year Pharmacotherapy Residency in Lubbock, Texas with TTUHSC, and afterwards he served as a drug information clinical practice specialist with the University of Texas Medical Branch Correctional Managed Care in Huntsville, Texas. Dr. Pedigo provides drug information consultant services to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services Vendor Drug Program and University Health Systems. As a drug information pharmacist, Dr. Pedigo has provided evidence-based population health services to the state offender population including writing evidence-based treatment guidelines and algorithms, and he has provided education to a wide array of healthcare professionals.
Disclosure: Justin Pedigo does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Describe the pharmacology, adverse effects, drug interactions, therapeutic uses and dosing of selected prescription drugs recently marketed.
  • Examine the practice implications of recently marketed and emerging therapeutics.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-066-L01-P/T
Date: 09/24/22
Time: 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM

CE Hours

1.00
   

 

   

 
Vitamin D Update 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Sunday, September 25
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
 


About the Faculty

Kristin M. Janzen, PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Assistant Professor

The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

 
Presentation: Shining a Light on Migraines: A Closer Look at Treatment and Prevention
Bio: Kristin Janzen is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. After graduating from UT College of Pharmacy, she completed a combined PGY1 & 2 Pharmacotherapy residency at Butler University and Indiana UniversityHealth in Indianapolis, IN, where she stayed on faculty for a year prior to returning home to UT. She currently practices at Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas in Internal Medicine, where she precepts APPE students and residents on academic internal medicine rotations. Her research and teaching interests focus on core medicine disease states, such as pulmonology, cardiology, diabetes, and interprofessional education.
Disclosure: Kristin Janzen does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).


 

Objectives

  • Explain the physiological role of vitamin D in the body.
  • Recognize the clinical features of Vitamin D deficiency and identify which patients are at greater risk.
  • Summarize consensus guidelines and recommendations concerning the intake of Vitamin D and determine appropriate dosing for different patient populations.
  • Describe monitoring for patients taking vitamin D supplementation to ensure safe/effective treatment.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-067-L01-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

Pharmacologic Treatments for Insomnia  [mental health credit]
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Sunday, September 25
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
 

About the Faculty

Samantha Catanzano, PharmD, BCPP

Clinical Assistant Professor / Psychiatric Pharmacist

UT Austin College of Pharmacy / UT Health Austin

 
Presentation: Pharmacologic Treatments for Sleep-Wake Disorders
Bio: Samantha Catanzano (Vogel), PharmD, BCPP, is a board-certified psychiatric pharmacist in UT Health Austin’s Integrated Behavioral Health Center. She specializes in providing safe, evidence-based therapy for a variety of conditions, and her services include reviewing medication regimens, monitoring treatment efficacy, counseling, and education for patients with complex pharmacy and mental health needs. Additionally, Dr. Vogel is a clinical assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy at The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Vogel earned her pharmacy degree from The University of Texas at Austin and her bachelor’s in biological chemistry from The University of Texas at Arlington. She completed both a residency in pharmacy practice and a second residency in psychiatric pharmacy at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy and Seton Healthcare Family/Dell Medical School.
Disclosure: Sam Catanzano does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Discuss the potential impact of insomnia on quality of life.
  • Review pharmacologic treatments for insomnia.
  • Identify key differences in pharmacologic treatments for insomnia.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-068-L01-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 09:30 AM - 10:45 AM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

Deprescribing to Improve Patient Care & Quality of Life
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Sunday, September 25
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
 

About the Faculty

Sara Rogers, PharmD, BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Texas A&M University  

Presentation: Deprescribing to Improve Patient Care & Quality of Life
Bio: Sara Rogers serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Precision Medicine and Ambulatory Care at Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, Texas A&M University and Clinical Specialist at Texas A&M Physicians Clinic. She co-founded the American Society of Pharmacovigilance, where she led the Society’s clinical, research and educational initiatives. Rogers co-led the formation of the Pharmacogenomics Access and Reimbursement Coalition and collaboratively developed the Coalition’s research agenda to understand the payment and policy landscape for pharmacogenetics testing and its role in disparities in patient access. Rogers serves as an organizational member of the NIH National Human Genomics Research Institute Inter-Society Coordinating Committee and develops educational resources to help practitioners navigate coverage for pharmacogenetics testing. Her research track record reveals a long-standing goal of informing policy and practice. Dr. Rogers has served as co-investigator for a pilot study to identify ethical values and priorities related to pharmacogenomics. Her research focuses extensively on patient access to and reimbursement for pharmacogenetics testing. Rogers co-led the formation of the Standardizing Laboratory Practices in Pharmacogenomics (STRIPE) Collaborative Community, a public-private multidisciplinary initiative to develop consensus-based industry standards for pharmacogenetics testing. Prior to serving in these roles, Rogers was an Ambulatory Treatment Center pharmacist at MD Anderson Cancer Center where she led team-based research projects to optimize workflow and screening protocols throughout the division of pharmacy.
Disclosure: Sara Rogers does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Explain deprescribing and its purpose in practice.
  • Identify which patients and medications are good candidates for deprescribing.
  • Discuss the stepwise approach to safe and effective deprescribing.
  • Recommend useful resources and evidence-based algorithms as guidance for successful deprescribing practices.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-069-L04-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

 
Working Lunch Discussion 
LIVE In-Person Only
Sunday, September 25
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
 

About the Session
 
Optional Lunch Session Description: Pharmacy CPE lectures focus on building knowledge though sharing update information for pharmacy practice.  Application and implementation of this new knowledge is an additional step in improving pharmacy practice. 
 
Pharmacy Practice Seminar Topic Discussion and Implementation Planning
During lunch breaks at the 70th annual Pharmacy Practice Seminar, attendees can earn up to 2.0 CPE hours of credit (1.0 hour per lunch) by participating in topic discussions based on morning presentations.  Through these table discussions with fellow pharmacy colleagues, you will be able to discuss in depth the key takeaways from morning sessions. 
 
During the discussions, pick one of the topics from the morning that you and your table friends feel is most applicable to your practice.  Use the prompts on the other side of this document as starting questions.
 
Please remember that these lunch discussion exercises are optional.  Only participate if you like.

 
 

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-096-L04-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 12:15 PM - 01:15 PM
   

   

 
COVID-19 Treatment Updates 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Sunday, September 25
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
 

About the Faculty

 
Elizabeth Oates Hand, PharmD, BCIDP
Manager, Clinical and Residency Programs
University Health, San Antonio 

Presentation: COVID-19 Treatment Updates

Bio: Elizabeth Hand is a Clinical Pharmacy and Residency Programs Manager at University Health in San Antonio, Texas. She received her PharmD from the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy and following graduation completed a PGY1 Residency and a PGY2 Infectious Disease Residency. She has worked as an ID pharmacist in various capacities over the last decade, including as Clinical Faculty at UT-Austin. She has also served as the PGY1 Residency Program Director since 2016.
Disclosure:  Elizabeth Hand does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).
 

Objectives

  • Describe the most recent guidelines for the treatment of COVID-19 in hospitalized and ambulatory patients.
  • Discuss the differences in available treatment options as well as limitations to their use.
  • Critically evaluate the evidence for the recommended treatment options provided in the guidelines.
  • List medications that are not recommended for treatment of COVID-19 due to a lack of established efficacy.

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Elizabeth O. Hand, Pharm.D., BCIDP picture

Elizabeth O. Hand, Pharm.D., BCIDP
Clinical Assistant Professor - Pediatrics, The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharm

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-070-L05-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

OTC Update:  Management of Skin Wounds 
LIVE In-Person & Webinar
Sunday, September 25
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
 

About the Faculty

 

Sharon Rush, RPh 

Clinical Associate Professor Division of Pharmacy Practice

The University of Texas College of Pharmacy


Presentation:  OTC Update - Management of Skin Wounds

Bio: Sharon Rush received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree in 1986. She practiced as a staff pharmacist, pharmacy manager, Central Texas Immunization Coordinator, and PGY-1 residency preceptor during her 23 years with a large community pharmacy chain. She joined the faculty of the Division of Pharmacy Practice at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy in July 2010. She is the Community Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the college and the Austin/Temple/Waco Community Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Coordinator for the fourth year professional students. Professor Rush has been involved with direct patient care programs for many years, such as pharmacy-based immunizations, health screenings, Medication Therapy Management, and Disease State Management. She is a certified instructor for the APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery certificate program for both pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, the APhA Medication Therapy Management certificate program, and the NACDS Point of Care certificate program. All PharmD students at UT earn their immunization and medication therapy management certificates under her instruction. She provides the annual 3-hour continuing education Immunization Update for the Texas Pharmacy Association and The University of Texas College of Pharmacy Pharmacy Practice Seminar. She is a member of several national, state and local professional organizations and serves on the Texas Pharmacy Association’s Public Policy Council and Association Affairs Council. She recently was selected to serve on APhA-APPM’s Immunizing Pharmacists SIG Communications committee and the American Academy of Colleges of Pharmacy Council of Faculties Professional Identity Formation task force.

Disclosure: Sharon Rush does not have any relevant financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies (as defined by the Standards for Integrity and Independence).

 

Objectives

  • Explain evidence-based and more effective approaches for pharmacists to apply when determining OTC recommendations.
  • Differentiate different types of skin wounds and when patients should be referred to seek medical care.
  • Identify OTC treatment and management for the different types of skin wounds, to include potential treatment barriers and counseling points for the patient.
  • Recommend types of OTC items for skin wounds that should be in every medicine cabinet.

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-071-L01-P/T
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 02:15 PM - 03:30 PM

CE Hours

1.25
   

   

Please complete the overall evaluation to help us review the program and plan for next year's program.
 
NOT eligible for CE credt.

 
Date: 09/25/22
Time: 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
   

   

Release Date: Sep 25, 2023
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

   

   

 
 
The State of Experiential Education
on-demand home study session
 
This presentation has been reviewed by the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs and has been approved as preceptor education and training for Texas Preceptors.
 
 

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-081-H04-P/T

Release Date: Aug 6, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
 
Be Prepared:  Navigating the Process of Failing a Student
on-demand home study session
 
This presentation has been reviewed by the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs and has been approved as preceptor education and training for Texas Preceptors.
 
 

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-084-H04-P/T

Release Date: Aug 6, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

Faculty 
K. Ashley Garling Pharm.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
President Capital Area Pharmacist Association
 
Disclosure: Dr. Garling has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
Kaitlin Berns, MPH, RD
Program Coordinator, Center for Health Communications
The University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communications
 
Disclosure: Ms. Berns has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
 
Thea Woodruff, PhD
Project Coordinator, Well-being in Learning Environments
Counseling and Mental Health Center, University of Texas at Austin
 
Disclosure: Dr. Woodruff has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
Trauma-Informed Practice: Evolving from "What's Wrong" to "What's Happened”   [preceptor credit]
on-demand home study session
 
This presentation has been reviewed by the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs and has been approved as preceptor education and training for Texas Preceptors.
 
 

Objectives

  • Identify the types of trauma and the prevalence of trauma in the general population
  • Describe how trauma impacts individuals physiologically, psychologically, and emotionally
  • Recognize trauma response and indicators in patients, co-workers. And students in the healthcare setting
  • Demonstrate trauma-informed practice responses, reporting, and adaptions for accommodating trauma and trauma response

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-057-H04-P/T

Release Date: Jun 10, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
Human Trafficking for Pharmacists
on-demand home study session
** NOTE: As of July 29 2022, TSBP announced* that 1 hour of Human Trafficking will now be required each renewal period. Previously the state requirement stated credit was due by Sept 1.  As of July 29 TSBP newsletter, the rule has been adjusted to require Human Trafficking Prevention 1 hour CPE once for license renewal.  This will be an ongoing requirement for pharmacy. Read more here: https://www.pharmacy.texas.gov/licensees/ce-pharmacist-faq.asp

About the Faculty
 
Kerri Taylor, M.S., ccc-slp
Executive Director at Unbound Houston

Kerri Taylor is the Executive Director of Unbound Houston, the local chapter of Unbound, an international anti-human trafficking organization which focuses on domestic minor sex trafficking with specific emphasis on prevention efforts with at-risk youth. Unbound works to activate the community to fight human trafficking. Their prevention education program Keeping Our Students Safe was awarded a grant by the Office of the Texas Governor’s Child Sex Trafficking Team. In the Bay Area of Houston, they are dedicated to public awareness, demand reduction efforts, professional training, and providing support to survivors. In January of 2020, Unbound Houston opened their advocacy center with 4 CSEY advocates serving minor and youth survivors of sex trafficking. They have added a 5th advocate and also serve adult survivors.  In addition to being a member of the Child Sex Trafficking Team’s Advisory Council for Harris County, Kerri serves on the board of the Brazoria County United Front Coalition to Fight Human Trafficking which brings educators, advocates, business people, medical professionals, and law enforcement together to cross-train, coordinate, collaborate and create a continuum of services for survivors of human trafficking in that community. She is also a member of the No Trafficking Zone advisory board for NRG established in 2020, and serves alongside other advocates in Galveston County as a coordinated response to human trafficking is developed through the Galveston County Crisis Response Team (GCCRT). Kerri earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Baylor University where she majored in Education with a specialization in speech pathology and audiology. She subsequently earned her Master’s degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii. Throughout her career, Kerri specialized in serving the birth to three population, as well as adult rehab patients. She is a retired speech/language pathologist in private practice, where she specialized in adult neurogenic disorders. In 2019 she was named Galveston County’s woman of the year by the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce. Texas Nurse Practitioners recognized her as one of the nominees for the 2020 Texas Nurse Practitioner Visionary Award, stating she was a leader and valuable partner to the healthcare system.

Disclosure: Ms. Taylor has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
Claire A. Latiolais, PharmD, M.S.
Clinical Assistant Professor for Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
 
Dr. Claire Latiolais graduated from Purdue University with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2015. She went on to complete an ASHP accredited Health-System Pharmacy Administration residency in The Houston Program at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. Along with this program, she completed her Master’s in Pharmacy Leadership and Administration from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. She joined the faculty at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy (UTCOP) in 2018 and currently serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Pharmacy Practice. Her role includes serving as the Course Coordinator for the Institutional Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (I-IPPE).  Additionally, her responsibilities include teaching Drug Information, Applied Pharmacy Management, Clinical Skills, Hospital Pharmacy, as well as serving as the Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists (SSHP) faculty advisor. Dr. Latiolais is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) where she served on the 2019-2020 New Practitioners Forum Executive Committee, the Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP) where she serves on the Education Affairs Council, the Central Texas Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CTSHP) where she served as a Board Member, Phi Lambda Sigma, Phi Delta Chi, and Rho Chi. Her interests include experiential education, professional development of students, servant leadership, hospital operations, pharmacy management, and pediatrics.
 
Disclosure: Dr. Latoiais has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
Sarah Kubes, Pharm.D., BCPPS
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
 

Dr. Kubes was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M University in 2006 with a BS in Biomedical Sciences, then attended the University of Houston College of Pharmacy and graduated in 2011. Dr. Kubes continued her post graduate education as a PGY1 resident at Memorial Hermann Hospital in the Houston Medical Center and then a PGY2 pediatrics residency at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. Following residency, she accepted a position as a Pediatric Critical Care Clinical Specialist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. In 2014, she re-located to San Antonio and took on the role as the Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacist at The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. Dr. Kubes joined the UT group in 2018 as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Pharmacotherapy Division of the College of Pharmacy at The University of Texas at Austin, as well as an Adjoint Assistant Professor in the School of Medicine and The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. In addition to her teaching and research responsibilities within the college, Dr. Kubes is also responsible for clinical pharmacy services and caring for pediatric patients within the University Health System in San Antonio. Dr. Kubes also sits on the CTSHP board as a senior board member, has been appointed by the Texas Attorney General’s office and the Texas Health and Human Services commission as a Texas Medicaid Drug Utilization Review Board Member, serves as the Chair for the UT affiliated Residency Programs and vice chair for the general pediatrics special interest group for the Pediatric Pharmacy Association national organization. Her primary areas of research include quality improvement in pediatrics, cystic fibrosis and infectious diseases. Her clinical interests include pediatrics, infectious diseases and maternal health. In her spare time she is a mom to 3 children, an avid gardener, baker, reader and chicken/turkey/pheasant/duck/quail/bunny/piggy tender.

Disclosure: Dr. Kubes has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.

Objectives

  • Describe different types of human trafficking and their local, statewide and international prevalence
  • Identify potential signs of human trafficking in victims who present for care in a medical setting
  • Discuss immediate healthcare needs of identified victims and develop ability for trauma-informed response
  • Describe available resources for victims’ services and aftercare

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-052-H04-P/T

Release Date: Jun 11, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.50
   

   

 
Sterile Compounding Calculations:  When Good Intentions are Not Enough  [sterile compounding credit]
on-demand home study session
 

About the Faculty
 
Holli Temple, Pharm.D.
Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Dr. Holli Temple is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice Division. She is a Course Coordinator for Introduction to Patient Care and the associated Care and Respect for the Elderly (CARE) Program. Additionally, she is the Inpatient Coordinator for Advanced Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice Experiences, Austin/Temple/Waco region.  Previously, Dr. Temple practiced pharmacy at North Austin Medical Center (NAMC) from 1995 – 2011.  Her responsibilities at NAMC focused on implementing and managing Clinical Pharmacy Services. In addition, she facilitated the Medication Safety Group and served as the NAMC representative to the Austin Multi-Institutional Review Board.   From 2000-2011, Dr. Temple precepted students on Adult Medicine and Institutional Pharmacy rotations and served the UT College of Pharmacy as the Institutional Coordinator for the Austin/Temple/Waco region. She has contributed to ASHP’s PharmPrep publication as an author and continues to be a section editor for the Renal Disorders chapter.  Academically, Holli completed her B.S. in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University in 1992, her B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of Texas in 1994, and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Texas in 1999. Dr. Temple has received the following honors and awards associated with her pharmacy practice: recipient of the 2004 Caregiver of the Year award from North Austin Medical Center, named to the 2003 Rho Chi Alumni Honor Roll, and recipient of the 2002 Wm. Arlyn Kloesel Outstanding Preceptor Award.

Disclosure: Dr. Temple has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.


Objectives

  • Review select drug calculations
  • Calculate medication doses and volumes given medication orders
  • Illustrate calculation errors associated with said medication orders
  • Discuss methods to prevent and/or catch calculation errors

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-053-H07-P/T

Release Date: Jun 12, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
Sterile Compounding:   Is 2021 the ONE?  USP <797> Updates  [sterile compounding credit]
on-demand home study session
 

About the Faculty
 
Holli Temple, Pharm.D.
Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Dr. Holli Temple is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice Division. She is a Course Coordinator for Introduction to Patient Care and the associated Care and Respect for the Elderly (CARE) Program. Additionally, she is the Inpatient Coordinator for Advanced Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice Experiences, Austin/Temple/Waco region.  Previously, Dr. Temple practiced pharmacy at North Austin Medical Center (NAMC) from 1995 – 2011.  Her responsibilities at NAMC focused on implementing and managing Clinical Pharmacy Services. In addition, she facilitated the Medication Safety Group and served as the NAMC representative to the Austin Multi-Institutional Review Board.   From 2000-2011, Dr. Temple precepted students on Adult Medicine and Institutional Pharmacy rotations and served the UT College of Pharmacy as the Institutional Coordinator for the Austin/Temple/Waco region. She has contributed to ASHP’s PharmPrep publication as an author and continues to be a section editor for the Renal Disorders chapter.  Academically, Holli completed her B.S. in Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University in 1992, her B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of Texas in 1994, and her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Texas in 1999. Dr. Temple has received the following honors and awards associated with her pharmacy practice: recipient of the 2004 Caregiver of the Year award from North Austin Medical Center, named to the 2003 Rho Chi Alumni Honor Roll, and recipient of the 2002 Wm. Arlyn Kloesel Outstanding Preceptor Award.

Disclosure: Dr. Temple has no relevant financial relationship(s), potential or perceived, with commercial or conflicts of interest to disclose.


Objectives

  • Discuss proposed revisions to USP <797>
  • Compare and contrast USP <797> 2008, 2019, and 2021

Activity Number

0067-0000-22-054-H07-P/T

Release Date: Jun 11, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00
   

   

 
Counseling Smarter:  Patient-Centric Counseling
on-demand home study session
 

About the Faculty
K. Ashley Garling Pharm.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
President Capital Area Pharmacist Association
 
Disclosure: Dr. Garling has no financial relationship(s) to disclose.
 
 

Speaker(s)/Author(s)

Ashley Garling

Release Date: Sep 25, 2022
Credit Expiration Date: Sep 25, 2023

CE Hours

1.00