Tennessee Pharmacists Association

2022 Summer Meeting

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Note: Instructions for claiming CE for the NASPA Pharmacy-Based Point-of-Care Test & Treat National Certificate Program will be emailed to participants after the meeting. 


For All Other 2022 Summer Meeting Programs:

Summer Meeting attendees (pharmacists and technicians) can earn up to 12 hours of continuing education credit. You have 60 days from the date of the program to claim your CE credit. After 60 days, you will not be able to claim credit. The deadline to claim credit is August 18, 2022.  

Please click this link in order to claim your CE credit between June 16 and August 18, 2022.

Once you access the link above and enter your information, LecturePanda will email you a link that allows you to regain access to the program to claim your CE credit, if you wish to do it at a later time. Detailed instructions for claiming your CE credit are as follows:

  • Register for the program using your name, e-mail address, DOB, and NABP number.
  • Once you are registered, the first page you see will be any available handouts for the program.
  • Select the green ‘Confirm Information’ button at the bottom of the screen.
  • Once you verify that the information is correct, select the green ‘Claim Credits’ button at the bottom of the screen.
  • Simply place a check next to the session you attended and enter the code you were given at the end of the session.
  • Fill out a speaker evaluation. This step is required to continue.
  • Once you have completed the evaluation, select the green ‘Complete Evaluations’ button at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select the green ‘Submit’ button at the bottom of the screen. Your credits will be automatically transmitted to the CPE Monitor. Please allow 24 hours for your credit to be visible in CPE Monitor.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Friday • June 17, 2022

A Chance of Awesome: How Changing the Way You See Changes Everything 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-076-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Describe tools to identify hidden limitations that are holding you back in your personal or professional life.
  2. Identify new, innovative solutions to help address their biggest challenges.
  3. Devise strategies to re-energize and reclaim your passion for doing your best work.
  4. Discuss mechanisms to help manage change and maximize new ways of thinking.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Describe tools to identify hidden limitations that are holding you back in your personal or professional life.
  2. Identify new, innovative solutions to help address their biggest challenges.
  3. Devise strategies to re-energize and reclaim your passion for doing your best work.
  4. Discuss mechanisms to help manage change and maximize new ways of thinking.

Tennessee Pharmacists Association 2022 House of Delegates and Policy Discussion 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-077-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Describe the policy process and its importance to a state pharmacy association.
  2. Describe the composition of the Tennessee Pharmacists Association House of Delegates.
  3. Describe the impact of the state legislative session as new resolutions are debated.
  4. Identify emerging trends in the profession in the country and across the state.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Describe the policy process and its importance to a state pharmacy association.
  2. Describe the composition of the Tennessee Pharmacists Association House of Delegates.
  3. Describe the impact of the state legislative session as new resolutions are debated.
  4. Identify emerging trends in the profession in the country and across the state.

Active Advocacy: A Discussion on Roles 1.5 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-078-L03-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. List various types of roles to assume when advocating for the pharmacy profession.
  2. Identify effective strategies for engaging in the process of advocacy.
  3. Discuss reputable resources to utilize to stay informed on pharmacy-related topics.
  4. Recall best practices to facilitate direct and impactful involvement in the political process.
  5. Devise a reasonable and personalized advocacy-focused plan of action.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. List various types of roles to assume when advocating for the pharmacy profession.
  2. Identify effective strategies for engaging in the process of advocacy.
  3. Discuss reputable resources to utilize to stay informed on pharmacy-related topics.
  4. Recall best practices to facilitate direct and impactful involvement in the political process.
  5. Devise a reasonable and personalized advocacy-focused plan of action.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Saturday • June 18, 2022

Public Health and Pharmacy: Alliance in Crisis 1.0 Contact Hour, Application-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-079-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Describe the necessity of a preparedness plan and important parts to include in the plan for ensuring a readied emergency or disaster response.
  2. List organizations within local communities with whom pharmacies can collaborate for optimized patient care.
  3. Describe determinations that should be made during planning that equip pharmacies for a prepared and effective response.
  4. Recall positive outcomes and lessons learned from Public Health/pharmacy collaborations during the current emergency response thus far.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Describe the necessity of a preparedness plan and important parts to include in the plan for ensuring a readied emergency or disaster response.
  2. List organizations within local communities with whom pharmacies can collaborate for optimized patient care.
  3. Describe determinations that should be made during planning that equip pharmacies for a prepared and effective response.
  4. Recall positive outcomes and lessons learned from Public Health/pharmacy collaborations during the current emergency response thus far.

A Long and Winding Road: Navigating Post COVID-19 Symptoms 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-080-L01-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Review the pathophysiology of COVID-19.
  2. Describe the immune response to COVID-19 from vaccination and infection and how these impact risk of reinfection.
  3. Discuss the potential complications in post-COVID patients and symptoms of “long COVID”
  4. Design a care plan for a post-COVID patient including preventative and treatment options.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. 1. Review the pathophysiology of COVID-19.
  2. Describe the immune response to COVID-19 from vaccination and infection and how these impact risk of reinfection.
  3. Discuss the potential complications in post-COVID patients and symptoms of “long COVID”
  4. Collaborate with a pharmacist to design a care plan for a post-COVID patient.

Addressing Social Determinants of Health Issues 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-081-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Define social determinants of health (SDoH).
  2. Discuss the intersection of SDoH and cultural competence.
  3. Explain how SDoH can affect the provision of optimal patient care.
  4. Propose ways to advance cultural competency among pharmacy team members to solve issues related to SDoH.
  5. Develop a list of actions pharmacy teams can implement to help address SDoH issues.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Define social determinants of health (SDoH).
  2. Discuss the intersection of SDoH and cultural competence.
  3. Explain how SDoH can affect the provision of optimal patient care.
  4. Propose ways to advance cultural competency among pharmacy team members to solve issues related to SDoH.
  5. Develop a list of actions pharmacy teams can implement to help address SDoH issues.

Pharmacy Informatics: Get the 411 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-082-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Define pharmacy informatics.
  2. Describe how technology and informatics can be integrated into pharmacy workflow.
  3. Explain how the utilization of pharmacy informatics can improve the medication distribution process.
  4. Discuss the importance of pharmacy informatics in the development of pharmacy team member skills.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Define pharmacy informatics.
  2. Describe how technology and informatics can be integrated into pharmacy workflow.
  3. Explain how the utilization of pharmacy informatics can improve the medication distribution process.
  4. Discuss the importance of pharmacy informatics in the development of pharmacy team member skills.

Community Health Workers and Pharmacy: The Perfect Pairing 1.0 Contact Hour, Application-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-083-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Explain social determinants of health and its role in the US healthcare system.
  2. Define community health workers (CHW).
  3. Describe the communication and professional skills required to be an effective CHW.
  4. List potential pathways for the successful integration of CHWs into a pharmacy team.
  5. Utilize community health-related data and evidence-based practices to identify opportunities for pharmacy teams to collaborate with community-based organizations.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Explain social determinants of health and its role in the US healthcare system.
  2. Define community health workers (CHW).
  3. Describe the communication and professional skills required to be an effective CHW.
  4. List potential pathways for the successful integration of CHWs into a pharmacy team.
  5. Utilize community health-related data and evidence-based practices to identify opportunities for pharmacy teams to collaborate with community-based organizations.

Working Together as Team: Getting Clinic Staff to Collaborate with Pharmacists 1.0 Contact Hour, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-084-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Explain what it means to embed a pharmacist within a practice
  2. Describe the process to onboard and educate staff on the different roles a pharmacist can play within a practice.
  3. Identify barriers for a practice to fully benefit from the skills and qualities a pharmacist.
  4. List ways to measure the impact of embedding a pharmacist within the practice.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Explain what it means to embed a pharmacist within a practice
  2. Describe the process to onboard and educate staff on the different roles a pharmacist can play within a practice.
  3. Identify barriers for a practice to fully benefit from the skills and qualities a pharmacist.
  4. List ways to measure the impact of embedding a pharmacist within the practice.

The Role of a Pharmacist in Functional Medicine 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-085-L01-P

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Discuss the intersection of pharmacy and functional medicine.
  2. Identify the benefits of a pharmacist embracing the practice of functional medicine.
  3. Describe the legal and regulatory oversight of functional medicine.
  4. Explain how functional medicine allows for a more personalized approach to treating patients.
  5. Create a list of opportunities for a pharmacist to collaborate with other providers to offer optimal care using the principles of functional medicine.

Opioid Epidemic: The Battle is Not Over 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-086-L08-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Recall trends in opioid misuse across the United States in recent years.
  2. Identify reliable and evidence-based tools and resources to assess the risk for opioid-induced respiratory depression.
  3. Demonstrate professionalism to decrease stigma when navigating difficult conversations with patients and caregivers related to substance use.
  4. Prioritize opportunities to offer opioid antagonist products to individuals at risk.
  5. Instruct a patient or caregiver on the steps associated with a response to an overdose emergency.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Recall trends in opioid misuse across the United States in recent years.
  2. Identify reliable and evidence-based tools and resources to assess the risk for opioid-induced respiratory depression.
  3. Demonstrate professionalism to decrease stigma when navigating difficult conversations with patients and caregivers related to substance use.
  4. Prioritize opportunities to offer opioid antagonist products to individuals at risk.
  5. Instruct a patient or caregiver on the steps associated with a response to an overdose emergency.

COVID-19 Vaccinations: Best Practices Moving Forward 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-087-L06-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Identify key steps associated with efficient and accurate assessment of need for COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters.
  2. Paraphrase best practice procedures to utilize during vaccination delivery to ensure pharmacy team members properly document all activities and interactions.
  3. Explain the importance of retaining thorough and accessible vaccination records to improve COVID-19 vaccination rates.
  4. Develop appropriate roles for each member of the pharmacy team in vaccination procedures.
  5. Create a list of three, essential action items each pharmacy practice site should incorporate into workflow procedures to promote vaccinations.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Identify key steps associated with efficient and accurate assessment of need for COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters.
  2. Paraphrase best practice procedures to utilize during vaccination delivery to ensure pharmacy team members properly document all activities and interactions.
  3. Explain the importance of retaining thorough and accessible vaccination records to improve COVID-19 vaccination rates.
  4. Develop appropriate roles for each member of the pharmacy team in vaccination procedures.
  5. Create a list of three, essential action items each pharmacy practice site should incorporate into workflow procedures to promote vaccinations.

Ready or Not, Social Media is Here to Stay 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-088-L04-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Identify commonly utilized social media platforms.
  2. List procedures to implement to ensure communication is professional and appropriate for your audience.
  3. Discuss examples of communicating with patients using social media to build brand awareness, loyalty, and trust.
  4. Recall strategies for boosting engagement on social media platforms.
  5. Develop a social media strategy to achieve pharmacy communication goals.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Identify commonly utilized social media platforms.
  2. List procedures to implement to ensure communication is professional and appropriate for your audience.
  3. Discuss examples of communicating with patients using social media to build brand awareness, loyalty, and trust.
  4. Recall strategies for boosting engagement on social media platforms.
  5. Develop a social media strategy to achieve pharmacy communication goals.

Sweet Updates in Diabetes Management Technology 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-089-L01-P

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. List examples of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) systems currently available.
  2. Recall general approaches to interpret the glycemic control data received from CGM systems.
  3. Differentiate between automated insulin delivery devices and connected insulin pens currently available for use.
  4. Evaluate the benefits of utilizing automated insulin delivery devices to improve diabetes management.
  5. Develop an individualized diabetes management care plan including the utilization of continuous glucose monitoring systems, automated insulin delivery devices, and/or connected insulin pens.

Utilize Pharmacy Assets: Advanced Certified Pharmacy Technicians 1.25 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-090-L03-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. List possible roles for an Advanced Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT-Adv).
  2. Discuss opportunities for expanding pharmacy technician roles and responsibilities.
  3. Describe the impact that expanded pharmacy technician roles can have on workflow and patient outcomes.
  4. Summarize the current regulatory landscape affecting pharmacy technicians􀂶􀀃training and responsibilities.
  5. Create a list of action items to explore the expansion of pharmacy technician roles within a pharmacy practice setting.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. List possible roles for an Advanced Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT-Adv).
  2. Discuss opportunities for expanding pharmacy technician roles and responsibilities.
  3. Describe the impact that expanded pharmacy technician roles can have on workflow and patient outcomes.
  4. Summarize the current regulatory landscape affecting pharmacy technicians􀂶􀀃training and responsibilities.
  5. Create a list of action items to explore the expansion of pharmacy technician roles within a pharmacy practice setting..
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Sunday • June 19, 2022

New Drug Update 2.0 Contact Hours, Knowledge-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-091-L01-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Summarize therapeutic indications of medications recently approved by the FDA.
  2. Explain pharmacological properties of medications recently approved by the FDA.
  3. List side effects, warnings, precautions, and significant drug interactions associated with medications recently approved by the FDA.
  4. Identify the normal dose and dosage forms of medications recently approved by the FDA.
  5. Describe barriers to implementing recently FDA-approved medications into clinical practice.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Summarize therapeutic indications of medications recently approved by the FDA.
  2. Identify the normal dose and dosage forms of medications recently approved by the FDA.
  3. Describe barriers to implementing recently FDA-approved medications into clinical practice.

Utilizing Quality Measures to Affect Outcomes: Getting Back to Our Roots 1.0 Contact Hour, Application-Based Activity, UAN: 0575-0000-22-092-L05-P/T

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACISTS will be able to:

  1. Describe a measurement system and its effects on achieving pharmacy goals in community and health system settings.
  2. Discuss how the collection and utilization of patient-related data can improve safety.
  3. List key components of a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program.
  4. Propose a plan to implement a CQI Program to mitigate and prevent pharmacy errors.
  5. Develop a list of action items to assist with pharmacy process improvement.

At the completion of this activity, PHARMACY TECHNICIANS will be able to:

  1. Describe a measurement system and its effects on achieving pharmacy goals in community and health system settings.
  2. Discuss how the collection and utilization of patient-related data can improve safety.
  3. List key components of a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Program.
  4. Propose a plan to implement a CQI Program to mitigate and prevent pharmacy errors.
  5. Develop a list of action items to assist with pharmacy process improvement.

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