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Office of Continuing Professional Development

33rd Annual Seminar by the Sea

Northeast Regional
Continuing Pharmacy Education Conference

Advocating for our Patients: Navigating Today’s Health Care Challenges

 March 14 – March 16, 2018

Gurney’s Newport Resort and Marina (Formerly the Hyatt Regency Newport Hotel), 1 Goat Island, Newport RI 02840

 Registration is now open. Find out more here

Pre-Conference Sessions: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Compounding session cancelled; Preceptor session changed

Due to the impending storm, Wednesday’s pre-conference session Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding has been cancelled. A refund to the credit card used for program registration payment will be issued within 7-10 business days. 
 
The schedule and meeting room location for Wednesday’s pre-conference session, “Preceptor Training and Development Workshop” has been changed. See below for the new schedule

Preceptor Training and Development Workshop

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Target Audience: These continuing pharmacy education activities are intended for University of Rhode Island (URI) College of Pharmacy preceptors and those pharmacists interested in becoming a URI preceptor. The programs are designed to meet the re-licensure requirements of all registered pharmacists.

Location: Gurney’s Newport Resort & Marina, 1 Goat Island, Newport, RI, Newport Room

Preceptor Training and Development Workshop
 
12:00 PMPreceptor Networking Luncheon, Rose Island Room
1:00 PMACPE Standards - Implications for Preceptors and Students
Debra Copeland (Mahfouz), BS, PharmD, RPh, Director, Office of Experiential Education; Assistant Clinical Professor, Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
Brett Feret, PharmD, Director, Office of Experiential Education; Associate Professor, University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy
4:00 PMPreceptor Training and Development Workshop concludes

Faculty

Brett Feret, Pharm.D., Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Experiential Education, University of Rhode Island, College of Pharmacy

Debra Copeland, PharmD, Director, Office of Experiential Education and Associate Clinical Professor, Northeast University, Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Learning Objectives

Preceptor Training and Development Workshop

Upon completion of this application-based learning activity, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) standards for the professional Doctor of Pharmacy program, as they relate to the practice of a University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy preceptor
  • Interpret ACPE standards for preceptor development and propose practical elements of programming based on your practice type
  • Appraise your practice in terms of interprofessional education opportunities as defined by ACPE standards
  • Compare and contrast IPPE versus APPE learning competencies as based on ACPE standards
    ACPE UAN 0060-0000-18-006-L04-P 3.0 Contact Hours (0.30 CEUs)

 

Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Target Audience: This continuing pharmacy education activity is designed to meet the re-licensure requirements of all Registered Pharmacists. This program is NOT accredited for Pharmacy Technicians.

Location: Gurney’s Newport Resort & Marina, 1 Goat Island, Newport, RI

Schedule of Educational Activities 
Part 1Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile Compounding (5 contact hours)
7:30 - 8:00 AMRegistration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 - 9:00 AMLean Concepts for Sterile Compounding Practice
9:00 – 9:45 AMEpidemiology of Infections Related to Compounded Sterile Preparation
9:45 – 10:00 AMBreak
10:00 – 10:45 AM Costs of Room Design and Management – Who Pays?
10:45 – 11:30 AM Cleanroom Certification Is Not a Spectator Sport
Do Your Job! No Days Off!
11:30 AM – 12:15 PMFDA Guidance Documents: Complying with the FDA’s View of a 503A Pharmacy
12:15 – 1:00 PMLunch
1:00 – 1:45 PMSterile Compounding Regulatory Update: Guide to the Inspection Process
1:45 – 2:00 PM FAQs – Clinical Pearls
Part IICompounding: Implementing Best Practices for Non-Sterile Compounding (3 contact hours)
2:15 – 3:15 PMComplex Non-Sterile Compounding Regulatory Update: 247 CMR 18.00 - Review and Guide to the Inspection Process
3:15 – 3:30 PM Break
3:30 – 5:30 pm Develop a Master Formulation for a Non-Sterile Compounded Preparation
Special Considerations in Non-Sterile Veterinary Compounding
Change Control: What is it and why do we need it?

To Register:

Click on the Seminar by the Sea registration tab above. Select Register Here and Log in or create an account; at Live Program Info Menu choose: Upcoming Programs; Choose March 14, 2018 – Newport, RI Compounding: Implementing Best Practices

Registration Fee Options

$150.00 – Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile Compounding (5 contact hours)
$100.00 – Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Non-Sterile Compounding (3 contact hours)
$225.00 – Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding (8 contact hours)
Refund policy: No refunds or telephone reservations. Walk-ins accepted if space is available.

Faculty

Nathan Van Allen, PharmD, RPh, Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy
Omar Allibhai, PharmD, RPh, Compounding Pharmacy Fellow, Johnson Compounding and Wellness
Paul Fanikos, RPh, MPA/HA, Director of Clinical Education Programs, Alosa Health
Jane Gannon, MS, RPh, Manager-Pharmacy Education, Coram/CVS specialty infusion services
Patrick Carpenter, BSP, MS, PharmD
Brian Marquis, RPh, PharmaCerts, LLC
Timothy Fensky, RPh, FACA, Compounding Pharmacist, Sullivan’s Pharmacy
Kathleen Taylor, RPh, FACVP, Animal Pharm, LLC
Janelle Pasqualoni, CPT, Director of Quality Assurance, Johnson Compounding and Wellness
Anita Young, EdD, RPh, Director of Continuing Pharmacy Education, Northeastern University

Learning Objectives

Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Sterile Compounding

At the end of this program participants should be able to:

  • Identify the basic components and philosophy of lean
  • Choose the appropriate lean tools to incorporate into a compounding setting
  • Employ lean concepts to improve process and engage employees
  • Identify rates and types of contamination of compounded products.
  • Suggest treatment plans for infections once organism is identified.
  • Identify equipment list for sterile compounding room based on specific application needed
  • Recognize costs associated with room design, training, medication acquisition, testing and dispensing
  • Define the Minimal Required Testing Requirements for Cleanrooms
  • Describe Procedures for HEPA Leak Testing, Airborne Particle Counts, and Viable Testing
  • Identify Common Compliant and Non-Compliant Procedures
  • Identify the purpose of FDA guidance documents as they relate to 503A pharmacies and where to find them.
  • Apply examples from the covered guidances to their own 503A pharmacy activities
  • Make a decision about how to modify current 503A activities to be better suited to survive an FDA inspection.
  • Summarize the goals of a sterile compounding inspection
  • Interpret the sterile compounding inspection tool
  • Outline preparations for a sterile compounding inspection
  • Outline the inspection process including plan of correction, staff assignments and complaints
    ACPE UAN 0060-9999-18-012-L07-P (knowledge based) 5 contact hours (0.5 ceus)

Compounding: Implementing Best Practices for Non-Sterile Compounding

  • State the requirements of 247 CMR 18.00
  • Summarize the goals of a complex non-sterile compounding inspection
  • Interpret the complex non-sterile compounding inspection tool
  • Outline preparations for a complex non-sterile compounding inspection
  • Outline the inspection process including plan of correction, staff assignments and complaints
  • Break down the individual components needed for compounding record
  • Identify Appropriate Methods for Determining a BUD for a Non-Sterile Compounded Preparation
  • Determine Appropriate Quality Control Procedures for Completed Non-Sterile Preparations
  • Differentiate between medications and mechanisms of action for veterinary preparations
  • Recognize the differences in dosing guidelines for veterinary preparations
  • Identify counseling points for administration strategies and special precautions for veterinary patients
  • Define the importance of change control
  • Identify specific scenarios that require change control implementation
  • Outline change control process flow
    ACPE UAN 0060-9999-18-013-L07-P (knowledge based) 3 contact hours (0.3ceus)

Requirements for Credit

  • Program attendees can earn Continuing Pharmacy Education credits for this program electronically by logging onto the evaluation website, inserting the activity specific code number and successfully completing the activity learning assessment/evaluation form. Participant names will be checked against program attendance sheets for verification of attendance.
  • Participants have 60 days to complete evaluations. After 60 days from March 14, 2018, no credit will be available for this program.
  • Credits will be electronically transferred to the CPE Monitor System. No Statements of Credit will be issued by the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy.
  • Program participants can earn up to 8 contact hours of continuing education credits in compounding.

Evaluation:

All participants will have the opportunity to review the educational sessions and speakers and to identify future educational needs.

Statement of Disclosure:

In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Standards for Continuing Pharmacy Education 2009, University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy requires that faculty members disclose any relationship (e.g., shareholder, recipient of research grant, consultant or member of an advisory committee) that the faculty may have with commercial companies whose products or services may be mentioned in their presentations. Such disclosure will be made available on the day of the program.

Accreditation

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The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.


     


  

 

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