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Tennessee Society of Student Pharmacists (TSSP) Winter Meeting
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26
SUPPORTED BY:
8:30a‑9:30aBallroom Foyer Registration
9:00a‑9:30aOutside Boone/
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Coffee & Networking
9:45a‑10:00aBoone/
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WelcomeHaley Watson, PharmD Candidate, TSSP President
10:00a‑10:45aBoone/
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Pharmacogenomics in PracticeBrad Tice, PharmD, MBA, FAPhA, CEO, RxGenomixAmy Ham, PhD, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical, Social and Administrative Sciences, Belmont University College of PharmacyLindsay Orton, PharmD, BCOP, Adult Stem Cell Transplant and Cellular Therapy Clinical Pharmacist, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
10:45a‑11:30aBoone/
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Embracing the Entrepreneurial MindsetHillary Blackburn, PharmD, MBA, Director of Pharmaceutical Services, Dispensary of Hope
11:30a‑12:00pBoone/
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TSSP President-Elect Nominations from South College School of PharmacyRegina “Gina” Dick
Caitlyn Raines
12:00p‑1:00pAtrium Lunch
1:00p‑1:30pBoone/
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Practicing in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Embrace the Dark SideKyle Swift, PharmD, Field Medical Director, Pfizer
1:30p‑2:15pBoone/
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Got Debt? Your Guide to Student Loans and Their RepaymentElisa Greene, PharmD, BCACP, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Belmont University College of PharmacyNathan Greene, CFP®, Principal, Cairn Financial Group
2:15p‑2:45pBoone/
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Pharmacy Gladiators: Conquering the Coliseum in your CommunityJay Phipps, PharmD, FAVCP, President and CEO, Phipps Pharmacy Inc.
2:45p‑3:15pBoone/
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Break and Notes to the Profession
3:15p‑4:15pBoone/
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Leadership, Advocacy, and You – Where Will You Make Your Mark?Anthony Pudlo, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Tennessee Pharmacists Association
4:15p‑5:00pBoone/
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TSSP Business and Society Meeting
5:00p‑7:00pBredesen Social/Reception
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Tennessee Society of Health-System Pharmacists (TSHP) Winter Meeting
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27
7:30a‑8:00aBallroom Foyer Registration
8:00a‑8:15aBoone/
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Welcome by TSHP PresidentChris Finch,  PharmD, FCCM, FCCP, TSHP President
8:15a‑9:15aBoone/
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Strategies for Implementation of a Pharmacist-Driven Opioid Stewardship Program and Pain Management Consult Service1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-020-L07-P/TRachel Kile, PharmD, BCPS, Market Clinical Pharmacy Manager, CHI Memorial Hospital
9:15a‑10:15aBoone/
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Let’s Focus Our Attention on Updates in ADHD Treatment!1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-021-L01-P/TTracy M. Hagemann, PharmD, FCCP, FPPA, Professor and Associate Dean, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, College of Pharmacy
10:15a‑11:15aBallroom Foyer Networking/Poster PresentationsNew practitioners, students, and pharmacy residents will present research occurring throughout the state.
• List of posters and presenters (PDF)
• Abstracts of poster presentations (PDF)
11:20a‑12:20pBoone/
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Getting the Knack of Non-Traditional NAC (N-Acetylcysteine) Dosing1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-022-L01-P/TKacie Clark, PharmD, BCCCP, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Emergency Medicine, Methodist University Hospital
12:30p‑1:30pBallroom Foyer Sponsored by Novo NordiskLunch/Product Theater – The Pharmacist’s Critical Role in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Therapy with RybelsusJonathan Marquess, PharmD, CDE, FAPhA, President/CEO,
The Institute for Wellness and Education, Inc.
1:30p‑2:00pBoone/
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On to Greener Pastures: Bringing Pharmacy Services to Rural Communities0.5 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-023-L01-P/TKelsea Woolfolk, PharmD, BCPS, PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Ascension Saint Thomas
2:00p‑3:00pBoone/
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The Amazing Race: Surviving and Thriving While Precepting in the Pandemic World1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-024-L04-PTennessee Alliance for Pharmacy EducationKatelyn Alexander, PharmD, Director of Experiential Education, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, East Tennessee State University Gatton College of Pharmacy—  Richard Breeden, PharmD, BCNSP, BCPS, Assistant Dean of Student Services and Experiential Education, Associate Professor, South College School of PharmacyAngela Clauson, PharmD, Director of Experiential Education, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Belmont University College of PharmacyCatherine M. Crill, PharmD, FCCP, BCNSP, Director of Experiential Learning and International Programs, Associate Professor, Departments of Clinical Pharmacy & Translational Science and Pediatrics, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of PharmacyMark Stephens, PharmD, BCPS, TTS, Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Union University College of PharmacyGreg Young, PharmD, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy
3:00p‑4:00pBoone/
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TSHP Business/Society Meeting
4:00p‑5:30pBoone/
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Innovative Practice Pearls1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-025-L01-P/TA popular session every year, six new practitioners and/or pharmacy residents will explore important and emerging topics that they have found interesting during their practice. These “pearls,” which are based on their experiences or observations, are 15-minute presentations.4:00p • Long COVID – Can We Really Help?Tuqa Alkhateeb, PharmD, MS, PhD, Critical Care Pharmacy Fellow, Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy and CIBS Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center4:15p • Chlorthalido? or Chlorthalidont? The Use of Chlorthalidone for Blood Pressure Control in CKD—  Courtney Butterfass, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident, Memphis VA Medical Center4:30p • Writing the Resident Resiliency RoadmapAzur Eckley, PharmD, BCPS, PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System VA4:45p • Go with the Flo(zin): An Overview of SGLT2 Inhibitors for HFpEFPaige Gundrum, PharmD, PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Lipscomb University5:00p • Continuous Glucose Monitoring – How Sweet It Is to Know Your NumbersJillian Morgan, PharmD, PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident, Memphis VA Medical Center5:15p • Bad and Buggie: Combating Multi-drug Resistance in the Treatment of PneumoniaDrew A. Wells, PharmD, BCPS, PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Resident, Methodist University Hospital
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Community Pharmacy Workshop
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27
7:30a‑8:15aBallroom Foyer Registration
8:00a‑8:15aBredesen Welcome
8:15a‑9:45aBredesenLearning Objectives How We Made It Work: Innovative Community Pharmacy Practices1.5 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-026-L04-P/TOn to Greener Pastures: Bringing Pharmacy Services to Rural CommunitiesKelsea Woolfolk, PharmD, BCPS, PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Resident, Ascension Saint ThomasLow-Dose Naltrexone ProgramsTraci M. Poole, PharmD, BCACP, BCGP, Director of Clinical Services, Riverside Village Pharmacy, Associate Professor, Belmont University College of PharmacyAll Things CBDBarry Walton, DPh, President, Mac’s Medicine MartRemote Patient Monitoring and Chronic Care ManagementJasmin Valentin, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist, Gibbs Pharmacy Clinical Services LLCCOVID-19 Response: Pivoting Pharmacy Operations to Meet Public Health NeedsTyler S. Dougherty, BA, PharmD, BCACP, Clinical Community Pharmacist, Clinton Drug Store, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, South College School of Pharmacy
9:45a‑10:15aBredesenLearning Objectives Optimizing Student Pharmacists to Expand Services0.5 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-027-L04-P/TJessica Robinson, PharmD, Assistant Professor, ETSU Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy
10:15a‑11:15aBallroom Foyer Networking/Poster PresentationsNew practitioners, students, and pharmacy residents will present research occurring throughout the state.
• List of posters and presenters (PDF)
• Abstracts of poster presentations (PDF)
11:20a‑12:20pBredesenLearning Objectives Enhanced Roles for Pharmacy Technicians in Community Practice: Panel Discussion1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-028-L04-P/TModerated by Jessica Robinson, PharmD, Assistant Professor, ETSU Bill Gatton College of PharmacyAmber Suthers, CPhT, MSAH, Clinical Services Director, Surgoinsville PharmacyHolly McCrorey, CPhT, MA, Clinical Services Coordinator, GIbbs PharmacyKayla Jones, CPhT, Patient Care Coordinator, NPS Pharmacy
12:30p‑1:30pMcKissack 1 Lunch
1:30p‑3:30pBredesenLearning Objectives Navigating PBM Audits During a Pandemic2.0 Contact Hours, UAN: 0575-0000-22-029-L04-P/TEric Hartkopf, PharmD, Pharmacist Analyst, PAAS National®
3:30p‑4:30pBredesen Tennessee Society of Independent Pharmacists (TSIP) Business Meeting
5:00p‑6:00pBredesen CPESN Meeting and/or Reception
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Practice Society Meetings:
TCP • TSCP • TSLTCP • TSP • TSPT

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27
4:30p‑6:00pSee meeting rooms at right.Click your society to view your meeting agenda, if available. TPA Society MeetingsJoin your fellow society members to discuss topics that are affecting your practice. During this time, you will also discuss any pending resolutions and nominate individuals to run for office to lead your society forward. (Not all practice societies are meeting at this time. Click TSHP, TSIP, or TSSP to locate their society meetings in the agenda.)
  • Tennessee Compounding Pharmacists Society (TCPS) – Robertson
  • Tennessee Society of Chain Pharmacists (TSCP) – Ryman 2
  • Tennessee Society of Long-Term Care Pharmacists (TSLTCP) – Donelson
  • Tennessee Society of Pharmacists (TSP) – Ryman 1
  • Tennessee Society of Pharmacy Technicians (TSPT) – Ryman 3
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Tennessee Pharmacists Association (TPA) Winter Meeting, DAY 1
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28
7:00a‑8:30aBallroom Foyer Registration
8:15a‑8:30aBoone/
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Welcome from TPA PresidentKim Jones, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP 
8:30a‑9:30aBoone/
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Moving Forward Together: Insights from Across the Healthcare Team1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-031-L04-P/TPanel, moderated by Anthony Pudlo, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Tennessee Pharmacists AssociationWill Cromer, MBA, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Tennessee Hospital AssociationRon Kirkland, MD, MBA, President, Tennessee Medical AssociationJesse Samples, MBA, Executive Director, Tennessee Health Care Association
9:30a‑10:00aBoone/
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Networking Break
10:00a‑11:00aBoone/
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2022 Overdose Trends and MAT Regulatory Updates1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-032-L08-P/TWesley Geminn, PharmD, BCCP, Chief Pharmacist, State Opioid Treatment Authority, Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
11:05a‑12:05pBoone/
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Winter 2022 Tennessee Board of Pharmacy Update1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-033-L03-P/TTerry Grinder, DPh, Interim Executive Director (Pharmacist Investigator), Tennessee Board of Pharmacy
Lucy Shell, PharmD, Executive Director, Tennessee Board of Pharmacy
12:05p‑1:45pAtrium Lunch and Exhibit HallOur meetings would not be possible without the support of our exhibitors! Please stop by their tables to see how their products and services can benefit you.
1:45p‑2:45pBoone/
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2022 TennCare Update1.0 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-034-L04-P/TRay McIntire, DPh, Director, Pharmacy Operations, Division of TennCare
2:45p‑3:15pBoone/
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Networking Break
3:15p‑4:45pBoone/
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State of the State – TPA Edition1.5 Contact Hour, UAN: 0575-0000-22-035-L03-P/TMeagan Frazier, Esq., Partner, Harris Frazier Government RelationsAnthony Pudlo, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Tennessee Pharmacists Association
6:00p‑8:00pSheraton Grand Nashville Downtown, 623 Union St., Skye Lounge (28th Floor)  2022 TPA Legislative Reception
Sponsored by Pharmacy PlusTPA’s 2022 Legislative Reception will take place in the Skye Lounge on the 28th floor of the Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown. Don’t miss this invaluable opportunity for pharmacy professionals to socialize with state Representatives and Senators and discuss legislative issues face-to-face in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.A 25-person bus will shuttle between the two hotels as needed, 5:30-10:30p.
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Tennessee Pharmacists Association (TPA) Winter Meeting, DAY 2
TUESDAY, MARCH 1
7:00a‑9:00aBallroom Foyer Registration
7:30a‑8:30aArmstrong PharmPAC BreakfastSponsored by APCI
Antonio Ciaccia, President, 3 Axis Advisors
Ticket required; $100 ticket price goes to TPA Advocacy Fund
8:45a‑9:00aBoone/
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Welcome from TPA PresidentKim Jones, PharmD, BCPS, FASHP 
9:00a‑10:30aBoone/
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TPA House of DelegatesDuring the biannual meeting of the TPA House of Delegates, attendees will receive important updates on the state of the organization. Delegates will also discuss and vote on resolutions that will help shape the priorities and position of the Association.
10:30a‑11:00aBoone/
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Final Legislative BriefingMeagan Frazier, Esq., Partner, Harris Frazier Government RelationsAnthony Pudlo, PharmD, MBA, Executive Director, Tennessee Pharmacists Association
11:00aCapitol Hill
Nashville, TN 37219
Adjourn for “Pharmacy Day on the Hill”Reminder: Hotel checkout is 12 noon. Sponsored by APCIJoin your colleagues at 11:00 a.m. on Capitol Hill in Nashville. Pharmacy Day on the Hill is an opportunity for pharmacists, student pharmacists, and pharmacy technicians to educate legislators on their value as health care professionals. This important outreach showcases the value of pharmacy to our elected officials. Wear your white coat! Even if you are unable to attend the TPA Winter Meeting, please join us for Pharmacy Day on the Hill. For attendees who prefer not to walk, a 25-person bus will shuttle between the Hilton lobby and the steps of the Capitol from 10:30a to 3:30p, as needed.
11:30a Group Photo on the Steps of the Capitol
12:00p‑2:30p Meetings with Legislators
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SAVE THE DATES!
2023 TPA WINTER MEETINGS
February 25-28, 2023
Hilton Nashville Downtown
Nashville, Tennessee