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Summer Meeting


The GSHP Summer meeting is July 7-9, 2017 at the beautiful Omni Amelia Island Resort in Amelia Island, FL.  The meeting consists of 15 hours of continuing education, a large exhibit program, reverse expo and student programming.


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Comments from last year's meeting

GSHP has a superior program! Well worth traveling to attend. Have attended state meetings elsewhere, and Georgia rocks! Very relevant & applicable information, excellent speakers & fun, too.

I thought the meeting was fantastic...the right mix of learning and fun!

Great facility, friendly GSHP facilitators, wonderful learning and collaborative environment

Beautiful location, very good content, will attend again next year

 


 

 Updated 6/26/2017

FRIDAY  (7 hours)

Date/Time

Topic

Speaker(s)

8:00 am

 

GSHP Golf Tournament

 

 

Register

Ocean Links Golf Course

9:00 am

 GSHP Tennis Tournament

 Register

Omni Tennis Courts

8:00-8:55 am

(1 hour)

 ASHP's Practice Advancement Initiative (PAI):  Using the tools to optimize your practice

  

Objectives:

1.        Discuss ASHP’s Practice Advancement Initiative (PAI)

2.        Describe the PAI online self-assessment tools

3.        Explain how the assessment action plans can be utilized to enhance the ambulatory and hospital practice settings

 

Panel Discussion

 

 

 

  

Urvi V. Choksi, Pharm.D., CDE

 

   

Drug Utilization Specialist, PGY1 Managed Care RPD, Kaiser Permanente

 

   

Melissa C. Frank, Pharm.D.   

 

Director of Pharmacy, Northeast Georgia Health System   

 

Amy L. Woodhouse, Pharm.D., BCPS       

Clinical Pharmacy Manager, WellStar Kennestone Hospital   

 

9:00-9:55 am

(1 hour)

Title:  Topical Treatment of Pain

 

Objectives:

 

1. Discuss the role of topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in the management of pain 

2. Discuss the role of transdermal lidocaine in the management of pain 

3. Review the evidence for compounded formulations in the management of pain

David Bookstaver Pharm.D. BCPS

Chief, Clinical Pharmacy

Eisenhower Army Medical Center

Fort Gordon,GA

 

  

 

 

10:00 am-10:15 am

Break

 

 

 

10:15 am –11:10 am

(1 hour)

The Challenge of C. difficile and Antimicrobial-Resistant Gram-negative Infections: Opportunities to Re-evaluate Current Management Approaches

1.Explain current trends in local and regional antimicrobial resistance and identify patient risk factors for infection by problematic bacterial pathogens 

Assess the role of newer antimicrobial agents as part of the armamentarium in the management of infections caused by multidrug-resistant Gram-negative bacteria and C. difficile

Evaluate the utility of novel approaches that reduce the risk of recurrent C. difficile infection in high-risk patients

Describe antimicrobial stewardship strategies that aim to minimize the burden of serious bacterial infections in healthcare institutions

 

 Richard H. Drew, PharmD, MS, FCCP 

Professor and Vice Chair of Research and Scholarship
Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Duke University School of Medicine
  Durham, NC

 

  

Kevin W. Garey, PharmD, MS, FASHP

 

   Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Translational Research   

Professor of Pharmacy Practice   

College of Pharmacy   

University of Houston      

Houston, TX

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:15 am – 11: 30 am

BREAK

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:30am – 12:40

 

 

pm

(1 hour)

Title:  Reducing Hospital Readmissions in Heart Failure:  Pharmacy’s Pivotal Role 

Objectives:

1.  Describe the high incidence and burden of heart failure, including the risk of hospitalization and the need to meet quality metrics for the reduction of readmissions in heart failure

2.   Explain the complex pathophysiology and risk factors for heart failure

3.   Integrate new classes of pharmacologic agents for heart failure into the current effective treatment paradigm

4.   Plan for the use of biomarkers and novel electronic monitoring technologies to workup, monitor treatment follow-up and medication adjustment in heart failure

Paul P. Dobesh, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS (AQ Cardiology)

Professor of Pharmacy Practice

College of Pharmacy

University of Nebraska Medical Center 

Omaha, NE 

12;45 pm – 1:40 pm

(1 hour)

TRACK A 

Title: Confronting the Rise of Cancers in the HIV Population

 

Objectives:

1. Summarize the incidence of AIDS and non-AIDS related cancer (NADC) diagnoses in HIV-infected patients

2. Review screening recommendations for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)

3. Discuss cancer treatment outcomes in PLWHA

David L. DeRemer, Pharm.D. BCOP FCCP

Clinical Associate Professor

Outpatient BMT Clinical Specialist

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

Augusta, GA

 

 

 

 

TRACK B  

Title:  Scary Drugs for Small People
A Pharmaceutical Look at Pediatric Medical Emergencies 

Objectives:

1.     Define key elements of pediatric emergency pharmacy that differ from adults

2.     Examine medications used in rapid sequence intubation in children

3.     Discuss drug choices in pediatric status epilepticus

4.     Explore pharmaceutical options in pediatric cardiac arrest and arrhythmias 

 

Matt Post, Pharm.D., BCPPS

Emergency Room Pharmacist

Children’s Hospital of Atlanta

1:45 pm – 1:55pm

(10 min)

BREAK

              

 

2:00pm-2:55 pm

(1 hour)

 

 

 

 

Track A

Management topic:   Billing- Overview of billing opportunities for pharmacists

  1.  Explain fundamental billing terminology

2.  Define basic rules to qualify for pharmacy billing

3.  Define opportunities for pharmacy compensation 

4.   Understand how to leverage triple aim to expand pharmacy services

5.  Explain the development of the business case scenario for ambulatory care pharmacy services 

Joshua B. Wyche, Pharm.D., MBA

Pharmacy Manager - Ambulatory & Oncology Services

Augusta University Health

Augusta, GA

 

Track B   

Title:  It’s no longer a death sentence: an update in HIV/AIDS 

Objectives:

1.     Describe the epidemiology of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in the United States

2.     Determine the approach to a baseline evaluation in a newly diagnosed HIV-infected patient

3.     Review differences between initial antiretroviral regimens

4.     Identify methods to promote patient adherence

5.     Discuss data supporting preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent transmission

 

Daniel B. Chastain, Pharm.D., AAHIVP

Clinical Assistant Professor

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, SWGA Clinical Campus

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Diseases

Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital

Albany, GA

 

 

 

 

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm

(45 min)

 

ASHP Update  

Explain the pharmacy profession’s efforts in pursuing provider status at the national level    

Describe important aspects of the ASHP Practice Advancement Initiative       

Describe market place information on the pharmacy workforce, growth in residency training programs and BPS credentialing and identify the future impact on health system practice       

Paul Bush

President

ASHP

 

 

 

 

3:45 pm – 5:00 pm

Officer Installation and Awards

 

 

5:00pm – 7:00pm

   

Reception/Exhibits in Exhibit Hall

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SATURDAY  (3.5 hours)

Date/Time

Topic

Speaker(s)

(730-930)

REVERSE EXPO

8:00am – 9:25am

(1.5 hours)

Title:  Biosimilars: Definitions and Impact to Health System Pharmacy

 

Objectives:

 

1.     Define “biosimilar”

2.     Differentiate between the terms biologic, biosimilar and bioequivalency

3.     Review efficacy and safety data on biosimilars in accordance with FDA guidelines

4.     Describe the role of the pharmacists regarding pharmacovigilance when reporting an adverse event involving a biosimilar

5.     List biosimilar products that pharmacists can expect to dispense in the future

 

Edward Li, PharmD, MPH, BCOP

Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice

University of New England College of Pharmacy

Portland, ME

 

TRACK B

 

Title:  Do you DOAC? Direct Oral Anticoagulation Management

           

Objectives:

1.     Discuss DOAC use and current practices

2.     Review DOAC use in subpopulations

3.     Illustrate the need for pharmacy involvement in DOAC patient care

4.     Propose strategies to expand or initiate pharmacy-driven DOAC management

Michelle McElhannon, Pharm.D. | Advanced Patient Care Pharmacist | AMS Clinic

Piedmont Athens Regional

Athens, GA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:30am – 11:00am

Exhibits/Breakfast in Exhibit Area

(1.5 hours)

 

11:00am – 11:55am

(1 hour)

 

TRACK A 

Title:  Using the Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process to Enhance Students' Experiences in the Health-Systems Setting

 

Objectives:

1. Outline the JCPP Pharmacists’ Patient Care Process

2. Identify how the various steps of the JCPP Process are  employed in the health-system setting

3. Discuss ways to make the JCPP Process real and relevant during student pharmacy practice experiences

Lindsey H. Welch, Pharm.D., APPE Director, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

 

Lori J. Duke, Pharm.D., Assistant Dean for Experience Programs, University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

 

Lindsey H. Welch, Pharm.D.

Public Service Associate

Director, Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy

TRACK B

Title:  Optimizing the Digital Space in the Pharmaceutical Industry 

Objectives:

After attending this session, participants should be able to

 1.       Understand the importance of having a digital presence

2.       Identify key reasons for social media implementation

a.     Education

b.    Marketing

c.     Connectivity with Customers/ Patients

d.    Connectivity with Physicians/ Customers

e.     Clinical Trail engagement

f.     Listening and interacting

3.       Differentiate between relevant social media platforms

a.     In depth: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Blogging

4.       Analyze appropriate uses in accordance to company needs and FDA regulation.

a.     Design a company policy to fit individualized objectives

b.    Identity Standard

Tori Shober, BA

 

 

Student Leadership Session

 

12:00pm – 1:00pm

(1 hour)

 

 

 

Title: Sepsis 16: New Developments and Unsolved Mysteries

 

Objectives:

1.     Summarize the recently revised sepsis definitions and diagnostic criteria

2.     Discuss the new additions to the current guidelines

3.     Describe recommendations that lack clarity and review related evidence

 

Anthony Hawkins, PharmD, BCCCP | Clinical Assistant Professor| Critical Care Medicine

University of Georgia College of Pharmacy | Southwest GA Clinical Campus

Albany, Georgia 

 

 

 

Resident Student Forum

 

SUNDAY  (4 hours)

Date/Time

Topic

Speaker(s)

8:00am – 9:00am

(1 hour)

Title:  Diabetes Update: Literature Evaluation of Recent Publications

 

Objectives:

§  Recall primary literature to support the use of new agents used in the management of diabetes

§  Identify changes to current guidelines because of recent publications

 

Anne Misher, PharmD, CDE

Clinical Assistant Professor

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy

University of Georgia –

Southeast Georgia Campus

 

9:00am – 10:00am

(1 hour)

Title: Sticks and Stones May Break Bones, but Osteoporosis Doesn’t Have To: A review of how to manage patients diagnosed with osteoporosis

 

Objectives:

1.     Describe the pathophysiology of osteoporosis

2.     Discuss risk factors associated with osteoporosis

3.     Summarize osteoporosis preventative care recommendations

4.     List non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic agents for the management of osteoporosis

5.     Design treatment and monitoring plans for the management of osteoporosis

Sharmon P. Osae, PharmD, BCACP
Clinical Assistant Professor, SWGA Clinical Campus
University of Georgia, College of Pharmacy

Albany, GA 

 

 

 

 

10:00am – 12:00pm

(2 hour)

Controlled Substances-Best Practices for the Dispensing of Controlled Substances for the Treatment of Pain

 Pharmacist and Technician Objectives:

1.  Explain their requirements under 64B16-27.831 of the Florida Administrative Code

2. Review differences between a “valid” vs. “invalid” prescription order for opioid used in pain management

3. Describe processes that foster regulatory compliance when validating a prescription order

4. Discuss practices that foster regulatory compliance when there is suspicion of controlled substances diversion (Red Flags identification)

5. Review the operation of the FL Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) E-FORSCE

6. Outline characteristics that promote regulatory compliance in processing electronic prescription orders as per Federal Law and section 456.42(2) of the Florida Statutes

**Florida Approval Applied For**

Norman P. Tomaka, BS Pharm., MS. FAPhA

Health-System Clinical Consultant Pharmacist

Licensed Healthcare Risk Manager

Clinical Assistant Professor for Campbell University, Florida A&M, LECOM-Bradenton, NOVA, Palm Beach Atlantic, South University, USF-Tampa, and the University of Florida

  

 

 Continuing Education 


 The Georgia Society of Health-System Pharmacists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceutical education.                

  The Summer Meeting will provide an opportunity for you to earn up to 14.25 hours of continuing education credit.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos from the Summer meeting

To Exhibit

Room Reservations-The 2017 Summer Meeting will be held at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation, Amelia Island, FL. GSHP has very attractive room rates that start at $169 single/double per night for an resort view hotel room or $229 for an oceanview room at the Omni Amelia Island Inn and Beach Club. To make your reservation, click here:

Hotel Reservations

The GSHP room rate will be honored for three days prior to group arrival and three days after group departure if available.

The Plantation has a wide variety of rooms and villas and the link above can help you with any of them.

Click here for villa information, rates, etc.

If you need any assistance with rooms or need more information about the room types that are available, please contact Steve Glass at sglass@gshp.org

There is $10 daily resort service fee this year per room. The resort fee includes:

 

  • Self Parking ($10 daily value)
  • Unlimited high speed internet access in all accommodations ($9.95 daily value)
  • On-property Transportation ($4.00 daily value)
  • Unlimited use of health & fitness center ($20 daily value)
  • In Room Coffee Service ($5.00 daily service)
  • Meeting Concierge & 24 Public Safety Team
  • Local & Toll Free Phone Access

Golf Tournament

Friday, July 7, 2017 

8:00am

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Tennis Tournament

Friday, July 7, 2017 

9am

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Summer meeting cancellation policy

A full refund will be granted for refund requests received by June 1; from June 2 through June 15, a $45 administrative fee will be deducted from the registration fee; after June 15, there will be NO refunds for cancellations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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